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th350 pukes fluid when sits over night..

Hey folks... I have an issue and need some help... I have an 86 scottsdale with a th350 cranny that I had some prior issues with... Finally got it shifting after swapping out the separator plate for some reason I that plate will not work with that transmission... Any how I did a lot of swapping of things to try to make it work and found out that issue but now it works, but when it sits over night it leaks fluid... It seems to be comming from between the pump and the torque converter... I don't know if its the pump seal or the converter seal... I really don't wanna split the trans and transfer case again to put a new pump seal in... So with it only leaking when it sits over night... Would that be the easy converter seal or the whole afternoon pump seal? Thanks guys!

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Hey folks... I have an issue and need some help... I have an 86 scottsdale with a th350 cranny that I had some prior issues with... Finally got it shifting after swapping out the separator plate for some reason I that plate will not work with that transmission... Any how I did a lot of swapping of things to try to make it work and found out that issue but now it works, but when it sits over night it leaks fluid... It seems to be comming from between the pump and the torque converter... I don't know if its the pump seal or the converter seal... I really don't wanna split the trans and transfer case again to put a new pump seal in... So with it only leaking when it sits over night... Would that be the easy converter seal or the whole afternoon pump seal? Thanks guys!
You should be able to remove the dust shield and see if it's the front seal or something else. JMO
I hope it is the front seal and not the pump seal


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I don't run a dust shield... But along with that I can't exactly tell either its the seal or the pump...
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Unless you pull it out I cant see how you would be able to tell.
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Unless you pull it out I cant see how you would be able to tell.
He won't on the pump anyway, but i have lifted my car up and could shine a light and tell if it was the front seal. but you mayu not be able to do it on them all i really don't know Chet IMHO







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