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Leak between the automatc transmission and Engine. The Bottom isolator is soaked with oil and dripping, especially when under torque condition? Landcruiser 90 1999 Diesel 3 litre

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The rear seal could be leaking.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

  • gxr 2003 Sep 26, 2013

    landcruiser oil leak,,after pouring transmission oil ,, all oil from on dipstick vanishes after 4 minutes

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