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post #21 of 28 Old June 29th, 2018, 01:49 PM
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Thanks man! Iíll definitely give that a try.
Get it fixed?
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Get it fixed?
Haven't yet. Ill have an oil change done soon so Ill take a look at it then.
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LMR carries the gasket.
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I pulled the crossmember and its not leaking anywhere above it. It has to be where 2 parts of the trans meet up and sealed with RTV as that is where it drips from. I don't see how to fix that without pulling the trans. I filled it back up, only took 1 pump of fluid so it doesn't leak bad.
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I pulled the crossmember and its not leaking anywhere above it. It has to be where 2 parts of the trans meet up and sealed with RTV as that is where it drips from. I don't see how to fix that without pulling the trans. I filled it back up, only took 1 pump of fluid so it doesn't leak bad.
Damn you donít see tail housing leaks to often.

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Damn you donít see tail housing leaks to often.

Good luck man
Maybe I can convince the wife the only fix is to upgrade to a T56.
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I pulled the crossmember and its not leaking anywhere above it. It has to be where 2 parts of the trans meet up and sealed with RTV as that is where it drips from. I don't see how to fix that without pulling the trans. I filled it back up, only took 1 pump of fluid so it doesn't leak bad.
I have the same problem with my TR3650. As another mentioned, your trans mount bushing is probably melted and needs to be replaced. I just have my trans fluid topped off around 1 time per year.

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I replaced my transmission cross member. Mine was a bit worn but not in bad shape.
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