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10-12-2008 07:12 PM
1BLKJP Looks like the seal on the rear tail housing let go. It probably is coming too much lift on your stock driveshaft. I would also just wait until you do your SYE since you'll be replacing all of that anyway.
10-12-2008 04:56 PM
nicolas-eric
TC Fluid Leak

Hello.

Today I found out that my TC has a small leak.
I cleaned everything up and drove 30 miles home. Then I saw that about 3-5 drops came out of the leak. The leak is higher than teh TC fluid level. It only leaks when the TC is in use.

What could cause the leak? A too big driveshaft angle? How can I fix it?
Is there a risk to drive with this leak for some months?
After chrismas Ill install a SYE and I dont want to seal this up when I replace this rear housing some months later. Im too lazy for that.

Thanks for your halp.
nicolas-eric


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