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Transmission leak in pan but it's not the gastet, pan or seals

I have a transmission pan leak. It's been in the shop multiple times and had the gasket, seals, brackets, driver axil and driver sprocket replaced. I was told my transmission and differential are excellent. None of these things have fixed the pan leak. Any ideas?

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Does it have a dip stick ? i had same thing on a chrysler 180 and was the o ring seal for the transmission oil dip stick

Posted on Mar 26, 2014

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    Connie Thompson Mar 26, 2014

    That's probably one thing they haven't check or they may and not have told me. I will defiantely mention it to them when I take my car back to them.

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You should just unblot it and drop the pan. Expect a mess comming your way. While your pan is off is a great time to chnage your tranny filter for just another 5 bucks or so.

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sounds like you are looking at the big BELL HOUSING on the front where the trandmission bolts up to the engine
If the bolts were loose then it may ave ben repaired previously
there is a seal for the front pump for the trans in there & will ned replacing
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SOURCE: Okay, so the oil pan

Okay, so the oil pan gasket on my dads topaz was leaking, and beings that ive replaced the tranny pan gasket, the starter, the solenoid, the pcv valve, the battery and a whole load of other stuff, i figured i could easily enough replace the oil pan. Well, I pulled the starter, disconnected the radiator hose, drained the radiator, drained the oil, undid all the bolts (that i could find) etc. Well Basically, the pan gasket is stuck toot he transmission somehow, i can move it around, by any attempts too pull it out result in me cursing because the darn thing wont move, it swings an inch too each side, a good half inch up and down, but it just wont come out. So If any of you can help me with this that'd be great, cuz I need this car running again so my dad can get too work tomorrow morning. Not too mention the potential consequences if I wrecked his car, even though i was following his order too fix it................not lookin so good eh? :/

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