It leaks trans fluid from the torque seal and i have replaced it 5 times altogether with its boshing, but same problem still excisted. Also looked at the flywheel but didnt see anything wrong with it. Where can i fine a flywheel for this vehical ??Thanks and best regards.
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If its dripping from the Torque converter cover it probably needs a new front seal on the transmission. Gotta pull the tranny to replace the seal. Just make sure its not coming from above like where the tranny lines go into the transmission. sometimes a leak above will settle and drip at the lowest point.
Sounds to be the front pump seal on the trans. Yes, the seal can be replaced but the trans must come out, engine stays.. Remove the torque converter with the trans. and make sure they are properly coupled when reinstalling. Good Luck Ned. I Live in Mira Loma if you neeed coacjhing.
Your question is not complete but I assume u have a front seal leak on the transmission? this is the torque converter seal and it requires the removal of the trans to fix it/replace it, if the torque converter has a grove worn in the area where the seal rides you will also have to replace the torque converter. There are trans leak seal sweller chemicals out there, they will slow down or stop the leak for awhile, but in most cases this is a short term fix, also throughly clean the trans first (car wash works great) before any work and make double sure the leak is not from the trans pan gasket.
You have to remove the transmission, remove the torque converter to access the seal. Most likely the bushing behind the seal is worn out allowing fluid to leak past the seal. After the trans. is out, take it to a trans. shop. It requires a special tool to change the bushing. Seems like a bunch of work for $10.00 in parts. The rear main seal requires pulling the pan to access it. When the trans. is out, this is the time to replace the rear main seal on the engine.