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I have replaced the torque converter and front pump seal. It starts dumping fluid from bell housing area when it gets to operating temperature. What else could cause this?

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Crankshaft seal would be my starting point

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Either the input shaft seals are leaking or
A failed throwout bearing/slave cylinder could leak brake fluid into that area, and a leaking crankshaft seal would let engine oil in there.

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ou may need to remove the front pump and replace the seal on the pump and the converter seal as well

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