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Awd 5spd trans leak

I replaced the clutch 8 weeks ago had no issues with the R&R but getting the fluid level right has been a MAJOR problem, recently i checked the gearbox fluid level and had none left. I refilled it and cleaned the transmission to check for leaks, the only place fluid is leaking is at the filler tube. maybe the vent tube is plugged or someone else has a better idea

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  • sublime117 Dec 12, 2008

    hmm not making sense... try overheating.... has no vent tube...

  • sublime117 Dec 15, 2008

    fried awd trans anyone>?<

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A manual trans builds pressure inside of it the filler tube is not sealing right

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  • Bryan Howald Dec 12, 2008

    they do not have vent tubes!

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