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****** pours out fluid out of bell housing 04 e250

****** pours out fluid out of bell housing and we pulled pump and installed new pump seal still leaks

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Then the seals are not installed with the correct seal installation tool or they are damaged from improper installation, a common mistake.

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SOURCE: 95 ford escort transmission leak

Dont waste your time and money trying to use a transmission stop leak product, they don't work on large leaks, you say the leak is excessive in this case the you must remove the transmission to access and remove the torque converter, after you have removed the torque converter carefully inspect the torque convert imput shaft for wear and also you will need to visually inspect the transmission front pump bushing for wear also, I have seen it all to often people just replace the seal thinking it was just a seal failure, well more times than not there is a reason for seal more than just the age of the seal, excessive wear on trans pump bushing and torque converter imput shaft is usaully the cause, check and repair those as good practice during this repair unless you just like to do the repair over again for free... also check the torque converter run out, sometime when they are repaired they are welded back together somewhat crooked which will cause it to spin off of a true center, this will cause immediate damage to transmission. Check also your engines crankshaft end play for looseness this can cause wobble which will transfer to transmission causing this problem as well... do the repair thouroughly and who ever does it for you have them check all that I listed and you should get a good repair which will last without issues.... please rate my help thanks...

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1988 xj6 transmission front pump seal

The two seals should be fairly cheap. the seal itself shouldnt cost more than 5-10 dollars for each one. its a little round ring looking piece of metal with a rubber lining. to fix the front pump seal you'll have to drop the whole transmission and remove the torque converter which (will slide off without complications). the seal will be right behind the torque converter attached to the transmission... it should just pop out and the new one should just pop in. Fro the rear seal all you have to do is take out the drive shaft from the transmission and the seal will be on the end of the transmission.. it should also pop out and the new one should pop right in also. However, if the transmission was drivin with little or no tranny fluid and would not go into gear ..( meaning it would just go into high rpms and not move) your gears are probably shot. If it hasnt been drivin an easier way to tell if this may be the case is to look at the tranny fluid and see how dark it is. if it looks like motor oil instead of transmission oil its probably burnt up... if thats the case it will also smell burnt.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: '04 Dodge 3500 4x4 deisel - transmission leak

Is it automatic or manual? If manual check level of fluid in clutch master cylinder. If it is low, refill it will proper fluid and have slave cylinder checked by your local dealership. There are also seals where the shaft come out of the transmission that can leak. If the leak has been present for any amount of time your gears could be damaged. You should check you fluid lever via the proper bolts on the side of the transmission. If it is automatic I really cant help. Merry Christmas.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Transmission fluid leaking from bell housing when in gear.

If you have never done this before,it may be best to take the truck to a shop or have some one with experience help you. You will need the truck up far enough to take out the transmission. The linkage and drive shaft has to be removed,then unbolt the transmission from the bell housing.Special tools may be needed to pull and replace the seal.
Transmission fluid needs to be changed since it is a brownish color.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: 04 f150 transmission leaks from bell housing,took

u need to change the converter seal

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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