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Tranny pucking under pressure

96 F250 7.3 Powerstroke. Pulling a 24ft trailer up hill and the transmision blows out fluid at the front of the torque converter. I let it cool down, refilled and was on my way. On my way home it did it again. It resealed itself. Any ideas for a fix?

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didnt know trannys played hockey, but seriously where is the fluid coming out?

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it is leaking at the front of the torque converter. It has resealed itself but what is causing this?
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maybe the vent line is plugged

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Crack in the converter..?
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if the converter was cracked it would always leak

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A very small crack can be a very minor drip and may not be noticed but once it gets hot can open up..and leak much more..rare but has happened. But I like your idea of the vent pluged!
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i talked to the guy that owns the tranny shop across from where i work and he had an 04 6.0 in that was backing up a heavy boat up a steep driveway and cooked the front seal out by overheating the converter. so i guess that is the likely cause.

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