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Trans keeps filling with fluid,don't know where its coming from any idea transfer case is new

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Hi,it sounds to me like this is a internal falt a internal seal falt.

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New transfer case lubricant must be installed any time the transfer case has been submerged in water. Also, transfer case failure CAN result if the correct fill procedures are not followed.

NOTE: The transfer case is lubricated for life and is not to be checked unless a leak is suspected or a repair is necessary.
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