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Transmission oil flowing out of the bell housing when hot on my sanderson forklift

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Its over full working too hard or the front seal has let go

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So if its leaking fluid does that mean i need to replace transmission


It depends on what fluid and where abouts in the transmission its coming from. If its coming from the bell housing end it might be engine oil from the crank shaft seal inside the bell housing in which case you will be loosing engine oil and not transmission oil - gearbox off and replace the seal. If its coming from a plug or seam on the transmission then it probably wants a re build to cure it but a local garage should be consulted before spending any money.

Nov 22, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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1987 Nissan civillian diesel 4cyl clutch slips when hot gears hard to change power gear changes ok leaks oil from bell housing drain hole when hot what could be wrong (clutch and pressure plate .?


it is hard to diagnose with so many listed faults
first up slipping when hot indicates a weak pressure plate tension but the reasons o slipping when hot may start at a bad clutch master cylinder not fully allowing the brake fluid back to the reservoir ( blocked compensating port)
that creates a catch 22 situation where the pressure place is not fully engaged and so it slips marginally and that builds up friction heat which in tern cause what is called brake fade . In other words the friction surface ( clutch plate facing) cannot absorb any more heat and so it slips
moving on , the slippage can be from excessive oil on the linings but if that is the case it will slip or grab ( shudder) on take off
The oil will most likely be from from a front input shaft seal and that may be from failing oil seal or overfull transmission or blocked breather for the transmission
seal generally will produce a oil mist in the bell housing after time but adding to your statement of hard to get/change gears I suspect that the oil leak could be from a failing front shaft bearing of the transmission not allowing the seal to work properly
To sum up , the transmission will have to come out and the clutch kit and throwout bearing replaced
from the slippage I would recommend that the flywheel clutch face be machine to remove high hot spots and that combination will give a smooth clutch operation at this point if there are signs of a rear main seal leaking , replace it before the flywheel is refitted
remove the extension housing that the throw bearing slides on and the seal is in that housing
that front bearing can be checked also and if in doubt , overhaul the bearings in the transmission
(visible damage to the bearing cage will be evident here indicating a failing bearing)
when finished replace the clutch master cylinder if more than 5 years old since replacement
sorry not good news and it will amount to a costly exercise but there are no short cuts to a good reliable jib

Jun 06, 2017 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Smoke coming from bell housing


Clutch or automatic? The rear engine crank seal is most likely leaking. Oil on the clutch will ruin it completely, even the metal parts, so replace the whole thing. If it's an automatic, the oil is dripping on the flywheel which gets hot normally. No damage . Use a solvent to clean the oil from inside the bell housing after you replace the seal.

Sep 24, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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1996 buick centry transmission removal


place the car on a hoist .--- remove the tail shaft.-- support the rear of the engine .--- remove the inspection plate under bell housing--remove battery positive lead-- place a jack or other mobile support under the transmission-- undo the rear engine mount cross member.--- disconnect all wires and connections--If manual remove the gear lever and turret from inside the car or disconnect linkages to the box------ if auto remove the bolts holding the converter to the flex plate and push the converter back towards the gear box. use a piece of thin wire to hole it there by tying a bolt hole back to the bell housing inspection bolt hole. IF manual and auto ---remove the bell housing bolts and pull gear box straight back . watch for transmission oil coming out of the rear of the transmission. Installation is reverse process.

Dec 31, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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The transmission dumped all the oil out the front of the bell housing.


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It likely overheated and pushed fluid out of the dipstick tube and or vent tube on the transmission.

220 degrees is as hot as it should get. If towing behind an RV, you need to start engine every 200 miles to move the hot trans fluid through the trans cooler in the radiator.

Aug 02, 2011 | Ford E-250 Cars & Trucks

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When you add tran fluid it makes your oil level go up


If you mean engine oil level, impossible! If the transmission oil seal or the torque converter were leaking the oil would run out of the bell housing. There is no way it could force its way into the engine, it would have to half fill the bell housing and then get through the rear crankshaft seal.

Apr 01, 2011 | Buick Park Avenue Cars & Trucks

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I have 1995 toyota camry with 2.2 liter engine.I installed a new oil pan gasket,and valve cover gasket,cause there was alot of oil leaking from that area.All the work was done about two months ago.there...


I have the same car and the same problem. I can see the oil shooting out at the (upside down) rear, right side of the oil pan. This side of the oil pan is covered by a piece of plastic foam. There are no bolts on this side of the pan. Toyota recommends grey Formagaskit to seal the pan. The natural flow for this leak is all over the bell housing. The piece of plastic foam is attached to bell housing inspection cover. Good Luck!!!

Feb 13, 2010 | 1995 Toyota Camry

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Falcon does not change out of first gear until the oil gets hot.


if the oil was black this indicates major issues in the transmission, transmission fluid should be a bright beautiful red color you need to get your transmission repaired soon as possible.
unless they drained the engine oil>>>>>>?

May 02, 2009 | Ford Fairmont Cars & Trucks

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Water in my transmission oil


replace the rad but it may be too late sorry about the bad news.

Mar 24, 2009 | 1990 Volkswagen Jetta

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