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not a wanksta
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
i put in a new (well new to me) trans yesterday and it has a drip leak where the shift rod goes into the tranny. in this hole;



am i missing a seal here? there is about a 1/2 inch space around the rod where it goes into the trans. it drip leaks but by the time a few hours go, it's a puddle. please help! transzex im sure you'd know this one. there must be some kind of seal that goes here and i cant look at the old trans, i gave it away to a fellow d-series member right when i pulled it. thanks
 

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not a wanksta
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Discussion Starter #2 (Edited)
okay after further searching it looks like i have a bad shift shaft seal.. anyone know where i can get the part # for this or where i can buy it? no one seems to know how i can get it. thanks... transzex, i know you've done this. where did you get the part?
 

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not a wanksta
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God bless you transzex, God bless you.... ever done one while trans is still mounted? i dont have 2 jacks and dont think fun of pulling it again. you should see me lift and align that sucker with my brute :rolleyes: strength, it's pretty sad. im not as young as once was... hahaha.
 

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Brokedick Millionaire
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can be done on car with ease, make sure to drain the tranny first.......

I'd do it as part of a oil change service.........

I think a 9/16" deep well socket is what is needed to install the seal.
 

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okay, i'll just try to pull that sucker out with a hooked awl or something. and thanks, no one freakin knows what that thing is called.
 
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