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transmission parts identification

my first post. 2003 f250 6.0 leaking from several places. I cant find anything that identifys a certain part. its attached to transmission housing on the right side below block heater there looks to be a solenoid and then something that loos like an old vw starter motor. i have pics if i could figure out how to upload them. frustrated beyond belief with all my leaks.
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if it looks like a starter it probably is a starter. you just described its exact location

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normally i would feel stupid, but ive spent so much time under the hood this week im losing focus. First leak i fixed this week was the fuel pressure blue spring upgrade as the skeleton key gasket was leaking. Then I thought my poweer steering pump was leaking but after pressure washing it i havent found it. WHile looking under truck i found the bottom bolt of the starter leaking an oily fluid.
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now on to the egr blue hose upgrade as the orange oem hose is leaking
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