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Need help with tranny?

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by fury, January 26, 2005.

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  1. fury

    fury Active Member

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    ok heres my story. for a week or so i have noticed that my tranny seems to leak a little fluid from the front part of the bell housing. nothing to worry about really as it seems not to leak enough to make a difference really. i think
    the problem is the last two mornings when i start my ex to let it warm up i looked underneth and saw that my tranny was leaking fluid to the point where is was a thin like waterfall from my tranny to the ground for about a couple a seconds and then stop. :eek: is the first thing that came to my mind. checked the fliud level and its looks ok. i want to take it and get it looked at but would like to get some advice on my situation if anyone out there might have any ideas on what the problem might be. i have a 99 ex with a 5r55e tranny if it helps any.
    thanks
     
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  3. Glacier991

    Glacier991 EF Tranny Guru Moderator Emeritus

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    Sounds like either a front seal leak or a torque convertor leak.
     

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