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Oil leak out of tranfer case now transmision is out of oil why did this happen on my freind 1998 ford f150

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The oil leaked, either through an oil seal or where the case is joined, also indicating a leak on where either a gasket or gasket sealer should be applied.

refill the oil, drive it and check for where the oil is leaking from.

Replace the oil seal or redo the transmission assembly and ensure that proper gasket sealant is used where needed.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010


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