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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes these seals can be replaced. You can purchase the seals separatly or as a seal kit. You have to have a pitman arm puller, long nose snap ring pliers and some specaily shapped pics or seal pullers. It is a messy job if done in the vehicle, but it is not difficult to remove the box and repair it. Make sure the bearing is good before replacing the seals. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
i have a stratus that did th same thang it is the tcm thats the transmission control module see the trans is just trans fluid but when the tcm go out alot of people thanks its the tranmission but its not.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Disconnect the shift linkage at the transmission and see if you can move the transmission lever into park manually. If you can't, then the internal trans linkage has a problem and pan will need to come down to find out why. If you can do this, then re-connect and adjust the linkage.Check any bushings on linkage pivot cranks...If a bushing is gone it may not be allowing linkage to move all the way to where it needs to go.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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