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Re: tranny leak

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Ken N Tx

08-22-2013 03:44:26

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R Geiger said: (quoted from post at 21:37:32 08/21/13) Do you have a picture of the offending bolt that leaks?

Ditto...Need more info on what "Tranny leak" you are talking about..
This post was edited by Ken N Tx at 03:45:25 08/22/13.

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08-22-2013 17:19:25

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 Re: tranny leak in reply to Ken N Tx, 08-22-2013 03:44:26  
By "tranny leak" I mean the cover under the transmission (where the shifter is) is leaking fluid from around one of the bolts holding the pan in place. The bolt is located about mid-way of the transmission,
on the right side. Hopefully that makes my problem a little clearer.

Thanks, Joe

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Greg 2N (TX)

08-22-2013 19:54:23

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 Re: tranny leak in reply to JoeN'Mo, 08-22-2013 17:19:25  
That would be the pump itself right?

Try tightening the bolts to see if they need re-torquing first. Then if still bad leak then yes, by all means pull the pto shaft, drop the pump and change the pump gasket unless there is something else we need to know like a crack or something (hope not).
Gotta tear into it at some point and find out what's causing it..



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