hometheaterman wrote:Radare, that was my first thought as well. That's why I replaced the shift shift seal the last time I replaced this gasket. One question though, I noticed that this seal was a lot thinner than the oem one. I saw you also mentioned this, but said you seated it flush with the housing. I tapped mine in all the way? Do I have it seated too deep? What's the proper way to seat this seal?
I don't think it's what's leaking. Originally Joy could see it covered in fluid. This time I don't see any fluid on the range mode sensor or the transmission case in that area. I also don't see fluid on the gasket on that side. It's mostly the front of the transmission pan and the opposite side.
When you guys have had the sensor drip down does fluid go all the way around the pan gasket, or just look like it's leaking on that side?
For you guys the have used rtv on the pan are you using it in addition to a gasket or in place of a gasket? What brand gasket are you guys using that are using a standard gasket?
hometheaterman wrote:I'm going to work on it again some more this week. When you are seeing leaks from one of these, don't you generally see fluid around that part and dripping down the side of the case as well, or do you generally only see it on the gasket?
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