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Trans seal leaks after replacing seals three times and output shafts twice. Originally the cv shaft boot had went bad. I replaced shaft only and did a 3X3 fluid change. Two to three weeks later noticed fliud leaking from seal area. Changed seal that was torn. One or two weeks later noticed fluid again. Have replaced seal two more times and another new shaft, and still have fliud that apears to be coming from seal. Any help would be Greatly Appreciated.

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I want to say, you should of done your homwork better. You transmission is going bad, must of been a rebuilt. Check your transmision fluid if they are up to level, if it is leveled... and that is the correct color of the transmission fluid. There are no filter for transmission flud, vacumm leakers would make your car surge or harder starts, or lost of h.p. At this point it is your transmission. It's going to totally break down soon.

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If this is automatic you can be leaking at the banjo bolts,for manual the oil fill plug or oil drain plug,lift up the front wheels put the E brake on,do this all safetly,run the vehicle in gear wait and watch

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SOURCE: 2003 RSX Manual: Slave cylander has been replaced twice. Still leaking fluid until transmission freezes. Mechanic can't find source of leak. Any ideas?

Do you understand the location of the slave cylinder and the master cylinder The master is the one on the clucth pedal the slave is in the bell houseing between the engine and transmission Like reynaldo said look for oil inside the cabin near the clucth pedal. The clucth system is a sealed hydrlic system like the break system . If air is getting in then oil is getting out To me it sounds like the master cylinder because you say the transmission frezzes and you can't shift the vehicle so the slave must be working at some point until enough air gets into the system to make it stop workinkg .Also make sure the master for the brakes is not to supply for the clutch some times it is not offten but check it

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