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My 2003 hd ultra classic is leaking trans. fluid at the top of the trans. what do i do?

My 2003 ultra classic is leaking transmission fluid at the top of the transmission. It sems to be coming from the top cover. but not sure, What do i do?

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I'd clean the area real well and watch for where the leak is coming from, if it's coming from around the bolt through the top then you probably have a bad gasket, if it's coming from around the speed sensor then it's probably the O-Ring.

Posted on May 27, 2014

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First spray it all clean with brake parts cleaner, careful not to spray on starter. then start it up go around the block and verify where the leak is, if its the top cover get a gasket replace easy fix five bolts. now if your leak is coming from the nipple or short hose thats on the left side of top cover thats a vent and this indicates the tranny is over filled with fluid.

Posted on May 18, 2014

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