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Re: transmission leak



By front, do you mean the converter housing? A worn pump seal along with the converter drain back after sitting could cause this. Has the concentricity of the crankshaft centerline been checked against the transmission pump recess concentricity? Too much difference between the two and seal/pump bushing wear increases.

Mike

On 9/24/2020 9:17 AM, Jimmy Peavy wrote:
probably shift cable o-rings

On 9/24/20, 'Paul L.   http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.org/ml-le' via
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After it sits for awhile my automatic transmission leaks a copious amount
of fluid.  The transmission was rebuilt by a good mopar guy a few years ago

including a new torque converter.  So I think that should rule out a leaky
front seal.  But the front is definitely where it's coming from.  I vaguely

remember this topic coming up before.  But I also recall the consensus
being, well they just do that.  But there has to be a solution.

Paul L.

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