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Ok my poor old truck has 169000 mile on it. I just noticed the other day that i have a small tranny leak. I think its from the front seal. its wet on the dust cover and a little drip from there. Is it really hard to change it?? Or can I use stop leak to fix?? The transmission shifts great. I pull and a old metal stock trailer with 2 to 5 horses in it alot. The truck is in great shape so i dont wanna ruin it. thanks for the help. Oh ya its a 1999 Dodge ram slt extended cab 5.2 liter and auto tranny
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not so much hard but a real pain. a pain that will last for a few hours if you don't have anyone to help you out. i read over the tranny removal instructions and said screw that and let the tranny guy take it out to save myself a headache.
Airgap. HS 1.7s. 50mm DIY TB. SC 3815. 14x2. 4.10 Yukons. Detroit Truetrac-both axles. Front hitch. Rear hitch lights with skid plates. 4 100w off road lights in brush guard. 2 55w lights in front bumper. Westin brush guard/nerf bars. 33" Treadwrights.
I have a very similar problem, except mine is literally pouring out of the bell housing/dust cover area. Definitely not at all drivable. Sorry to raise a thread from the dead but is it possible that it is just a blown seal or cracked TC. The tranny shifts fine when driving, yeah it has a ATF fountain underneath, but on my way home it shifted fine. Let me know what you guys think?? It started flowing after it got hot while mudding. I think I need to change my gears. 3:55 with 33s not the best match but I cruise a 2000rpm doing 75.