Question about 2002 GMC Sierra
2002 GMC Sierra 1500 w/6cyl has a fluid leak around and from the starter. Started to intermittently clunk when turning over today. Sounds like drive gear teeth may be missing. I am going to drop the started to inspect but have concern for the oil, any ideas?
It may be a rear crank seal, or oil from the torque converter (automatic) or the input seal on the transmission. Check your fluid levels in your engine and trans. A visual inspection will help also. you could remove the inspection panel on the bottom of the trans bell housing. As for the clunk I would be leaning towards more of a starter issue for that.
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