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Old 05 Jul 2012, 07:56 pm
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Sorry I can't seem to include this pic , but it's an attachment at any rate.
This housing is behind the drivers front wheel, and the gasket is leaking... What housing is it ? Can any one tell? Sorry I haven't had it on a hoist yet .
I was quoted for a valve cover gasket some time ago, but this sure isn't a valve cover down here.. the fluid sure looks like oil, not atf or otherwise, and it's clean... I just did my oil last week.
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Old 05 Jul 2012, 09:24 pm
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Trans gear cover. Is the fluid red?
If its not red then it must be oil.
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Old 05 Jul 2012, 09:38 pm
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Thanks, I'd be certain it's oil... I'm gonna lay white paper down... that will say for sure.
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