Originally Posted by MARTINSR
Ok, I found that the motor did have a bunch of fluid in it. But it was pretty funky looking so I don't think it's from after I re-sealed it. I turned it up on it's side to drain it out completely before I continue. But I came up with the idea to tape a little piece of paper towel on the underside at all the seams to figure this out. I know it sounds like I am just wasting time, pull it apart and reseal it or what ever I am sure you are saying. Yeah that makes since except I already did that! The fluid is so thin it finds it's way all over and it's hard to nail it down. But I am narrowing it down. I hope to get that rear seat and top well all in there this weekend.
How about a good spray down of the inside of the motor with electrical parts cleaner and then let it drain out ? Just a thought .