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Leak from the bell housing

2003 nissan murano awd leaks trannny fluid from the bellhousing only when running

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Chances are its the front pump seal.

Posted on Jul 12, 2013

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SOURCE: clutch fluid leaking from bottom of crankcase/bell housing

The slave cylinder will have to be replaced and air bled from the system to make this repair.
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Does this vehicle have a transmission pan? If so, is there a gasket betwixt pan and motor? Bad gasket? Or is the leak out the side/back of the tranny where the seals are?

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SOURCE: 2003 SL Nissan Murano 150,000 miles. After driving

most likely it is the transfer case leaking. known problem on the AWD models. they leak right down on the exhaust and causes the burning smell. have it checked out again.

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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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