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I have a transmission fluid leak on my 1995 ford F150, 4x4. What are the possible places it could be leaking from?

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  • ssweet2323 Jun 22, 2009

    Replaced Pan Gasket, Not the dip stick either.

    The fluid is on the Cross member.



    Thinking Rear Seal, coolant Line or Transfere Case Gasket, but when I checked for Transfere Case Gasket...the auto part story says its not applicable to my 95?



    Any more Ideas?

  • ssweet2323 Jun 22, 2009

    Will be checking these tonight! Will update you on what I find tomorrow. Thanks

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Front seal, rear seal, lines, connections, gaskets, dip stick tube.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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    Dar Jun 22, 2009

    Call ford, and see what the story is. Sometimes the parts stores don't have the right info in their computer.

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It could be leaking from the pan, the dipstick where it goes into the transmission, or the front or rear seals on the transmission.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

  • Matthew Boulden Jun 22, 2009

    It is not that they do not have the right info, it is they do not carry it. If it is leaking onto the crossmember I would think it is the rear seal, but I would check the trans cooler if your truck is equipped with one.

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