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07-15-2006 06:57 PM
Originally Posted by kain13
pull the dust cover and look to see were its leaking
Hey hey heyyy!!! ... Don't state the obvious Take off the 3/8" or 10mm bolts that hold the cover on and look for yourself to see where the leak's coming from, hopefully not the front seal.. If it's a light drip, it's not worth pulling the entire tranny out just to replace a $1 seal.
07-15-2006 05:20 PM
kain13 pull the dust cover and look to see were its leaking
07-15-2006 05:02 PM
Chevy 400 turbo tranny (leak)

I have a Chevy 400 turbo tranny on my street rod. I have tranny fluid leaking from the bottom of my torque converter dust cover. I noticed this when my street rod is parked and sits for a while. Drips quite a bit, then stops. The tranny is working great. Any ideas? I want to address this even if it requires pulling the tranny in order to save it from failure and damage. Thanks! Bob

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