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Re: leaky automatic transmission questions



I like his idea of switching to the torque-limiting silicone gasket and apparently he understands that that newer style gasket doesn’t seal properly with the traditional stamped pan with the grooves in the sealing surface. I learned that the hard way once and just spent the bucks for a deep aluminum pan which of course has the flat flange surface. Had to get the billet filter extension with two holes to match the early filter too. 

On Jan 12, 2021, at 12:26 PM, Richard Adcock <richadcock70@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Gary,

Make sure to tell him with the pan and pan gasket, unless there is an obvious leak between the bolt holes, he has to use RTV around the bolt holes being careful not to use too much so as to make excess go inside the housing. Also, with the tail shaft, there is two (2) seals. See the attached diagram.

V/R,

Richard Adcock
5803 Goldfield St
El Paso, TX. 79938
915-491-0909


On Tue, Jan 12, 2021 at 9:41 AM <62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi all,

I was contacted by a man who just bought a 1962 Plymouth: lucky guy! He had some PB 727 transmission leak
questions about the  common leaks in PB transmissions and I know at least several of you here have dealt with fixing.
Any suggestions I can pass along to him? From his email:

> My two biggest leaks at this time are:
 1) the pan gasket. Replaced the filter and gasket and the fluid seeps right around the pan. The previous owner told me
he had issues with trans fluid leaks also. I was thinking of buying a Dorman replacement pan for a 518 trans and the
reusable MOPAR gasket, any thoughts? > Don't get me wrong, the cables are somewhat wet also.

> 2) A leak is inside of the driveshaft flange (that the driveshaft  bolts on to.). It's not leaking around the tail shaft flange
seal).  But with the driveshaft removed I see a large nut and a large serrated washer behind the the large nut . (I have
not taken anything apart  yet/ just removed the driveshaft.). I can watch fluid seep around the  bottom of the serrated
washer. Is there a seal that is behind that  serrated washer? or another large flat washer that acts as a seal. I could
understand if it were the outer shaft seal. But not leaking  from  around the nut and serrated washer that holds the
output flange on  to   the transmission output splined shaft.

Thanks,
Gary H.



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