[DML] Re: Found a new tranny leak
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[DML] Re: Found a new tranny leak



Manual or automatic? 

If it's an automatic, they all seem to leak at the cable entry.

If it's a manual that would involve removing the back cover of the 
trans (can be done in the car) and driving out a couple of rollpins 
to take the linkage apart to replace the shaft seal. It also involves 
wrestling with the detent ball and spring. That's a pretty strange 
leak since it's way above the static level of the oil in the 
transmission. Are you sure it isn't overfilled? 

At any rate - if it's not leaving huge puddles on the floor it's 
probably not worth the effort. 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Nathan Sobieralski" 
<valleyrat12@...> wrote:
>
> I noticed a drop of tranny fluid on the shift lever in front of the 
> transmission. I am assuming that this is coming from the seal where 
> the sifter mechanism enters the tranny case. Is there a way to fix 
> this easily or am I better advised to live with it for now?
> 
> Nathan
> 2277
>









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