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Hey mick, with out knowing where about the leak is coming from (front back or top of the gearbox ect.) there isn\'t a sure way of telling you what is wrong, it may be your rear main it could be the rear seal at the back of the transmission, they are something like $40 to replace.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU carnt have a transmission oil leak from the front axle on a Falcon as they are Rear wheel drive but could be the hose going to the radiator over the front end leaking But the rear end of G/Box should be only the OIL SEAL.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
the headers are heating up the starter best bet is to install a heat deflector between the starter and the headers, common problem
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
SOURCE: 1988 F350 EFI 351 4-spd
If you examine the exhaust system you should be able to find the leak. Look for any cracks in the manifolds themselves. Then from there I would check the joint between the manifolds and the down pipe. Usually it will be somewhere in there. If you don't have to put it through emissions then a straight pipe with a muffler all the way back is a fairly cheap investment. For the second problem being that its EFI it doesn't sound like a starter problem but more like a sensor problem if it is having an issue with hot starts.
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
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