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Re: Back end and transmission fluid - Ford 2000 3-cyl gas 4-

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FiddlinFarmer

05-21-2014 08:39:34
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So if you are saying that the transmission has a separate sump, I need to make sure I am looking at the correct parts. Please see the image and let me know if I have things right or not.



It is the transmission that is under the plate that the shift stick is mounted to, right? The 1/4" hole I mentioned goes between that section and the rear section where the PTO engage and the 3-pt lift mechanics are located. Or is the actual "transmission sump" located elsewhere? (I have very little experience in this arena and I can't say 'thank you' enough for everyone's willingness to help me understand)

Since the rubber boot at the base of the shift lever is very weathered, I suspect it is the most likely source of the water contamination. I have already ordered a new boot from the YT store. Are there any other likely suspects I should check?

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FiddlinFarmer

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soundguy

05-21-2014 10:25:36
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 Re: Back end and transmission fluid - Ford 2000 3-cyl gas 4- in reply to FiddlinFarmer, 05-21-2014 08:39:34  
ditto what sean said.

seperate sumps.

where did you see the hole?



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