|08-13-2006 08:18 PM|
|red_rider52||If the seal is not new I would change it. Very cheap and easy to do, and go from there.|
|08-13-2006 03:14 PM|
|Jmark||It could be the rear seal. Was the new trans rebuilt or a used one? Was the rear extension housing bushing changed too? along with the seal?|
|08-13-2006 11:05 AM|
|EazyDuzIt102||Well I had a Th400 in my car and the tranny went out.So I bought another th400.The tranny I put in is identical to the old one.So you think its the rear seal?|
|08-13-2006 12:53 AM|
The seal may be damaged ...
I always put a little transmission fluid on the seal before installing the drive shaft.
ALSO ... did you use the same transmission rear extension ? They come is two different sizes ... at least.
I put a large seal housing on a small housing drive shaft and had a leak ...
|08-13-2006 12:26 AM|
|EazyDuzIt102||Anyone have any suggestions ?|
|08-12-2006 05:45 PM|
I just installed a new TH400 Tranny on my 65 Impala.I noticed that there is a slow drip of tranny fluid where the driveshaft goes into the tranny.Did I do something wrong?Any help is appreciated.Thanks,