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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-10-2019, 07:07 AM Thread Starter
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Need transmission help ASAP!

My truck keeps dripping Tranny fluid . I believe it’s the pan gasket so I posted a picture to see if you guys agree. Also think it might be coming from the little circle spot in the second picture. What do you guys think ? What’s this part even called?
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My truck keeps dripping Tranny fluid . I believe itís the pan gasket so I posted a picture to see if you guys agree. Also think it might be coming from the little circle spot in the second picture. What do you guys think ? Whatís this part even called?
Where at on the pan is it most noticeable?

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My truck keeps dripping Tranny fluid . I believe it’s the pan gasket so I posted a picture to see if you guys agree. Also think it might be coming from the little circle spot in the second picture. What do you guys think ? What’s this part even called?
Where at on the pan is it most noticeable?

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The corner on the driver side , closest to back of truck

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I think that circle piece is called a shift linking Seal? How can I tell If it’s that piece leaking or the pan gAsket ? Where do I even buy a seal like that ? Is there a special tool for it?

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The corner on the driver side , closest to back of truck
Have you check to see if you have fluid coming through the main wire harness that is on the passenger side of the trans. Could possibly be coming from there and running around the xorner to the driverside.

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The corner on the driver side , closest to back of truck
Have you check to see if you have fluid coming through the main wire harness that is on the passenger side of the trans. Could possibly be coming from there and running around the xorner to the driverside.

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Checked there , that side is completely dry

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