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Oil leaking from crack in houseing attached to back end of gearbo

There is a crack in the houseing attached to the back end of the gearbox just below the driveshaft and it has lost all the oil from this sump? on my isuzu 175 sitec truck. I heard a noise like I had run over a plastic bottle on the road and on checking the truck found this oil leaking from the housing described above.The truck still drives OK and there are no unusual noises and all gears seem io be working ok. Can you please help with diagnosis. The fracture seems to have been caused by something inside and not from the outside, thanks
PS I couldnt find a revelant product catagory but it is a 6 ton truck 6 speed gearbox

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If you can see the crack plainly, you will need to have a transmission shop fix it for you or your isuzu dealer, good luck.
but it may have just the rear seal on the transmission started leaking, and where the castings come together, looks like a crack, and just replace the seal.
good luck;)

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