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having trouble with a turbo 350 leaking badly out the front seal behind the torque. now wear do i start looking for the problem.
i had this transmission out 3 times changed the front seal thinking it was that at first , checked the converter for cracks and groves all is good there.
the last time i had it running it started leaking in about 2 min and pushed about 1 gallon of fluid. so i,m thinking now a relief valve but don't know transmissions that well. could anyone help.

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Hi Guys
having trouble with a turbo 350 leaking badly out the front seal behind the torque. now wear do i start looking for the problem.
i had this transmission out 3 times changed the front seal thinking it was that at first , checked the converter for cracks and groves all is good there.
the last time i had it running it started leaking in about 2 min and pushed about 1 gallon of fluid. so i,m thinking now a relief valve but don't know transmissions that well. could anyone help.
check the pump bushing. odds are its "walked" out and is too close to the pump seal.
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check the pump bushing. odds are its "walked" out and is too close to the pump seal.

OR, perhaps the pump halves are'nt perfectly aligned.
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