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Identifying undercarriage part

I have a 1995 Mazda B3000 4WD, and I am trying to identify the assembly directly to the rear of the oil pan. My books aren't being very helpful.
I have some idea, but I want to be sure.

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  • actionlynx May 04, 2010

    It looks to be part of the transmission, but I'm not used to such being located in this position. The part in question is butted up against the oil pan, just right of center underneath the cab. It blew out fluid which looks like either transmission fluid or DOT3.

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That is the transmission bell housing, inside that is the engines flywheel.

Posted on May 05, 2010

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I could help you with this but I need to know if you are talking about suspension or transmission...

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