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Old 01-07-2013, 11:19 AM
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Found another leak!

I knew the first leak wasn't a big deal. It was just the front diff breather hose. This one is bothering me and I googled but couldn't find anything but O-ring replacement on the electrical socket. I don't think this is it. I'm not sure where it is coming from.

I don't think it is the gasket because fluid is up high. Any ideas? This is passenger side.

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There is a vent on top of the trans, if it was overfilled, it'll come out through there. If the O-ring at the connector was leaking, you'd have a puddle under your Jeep.
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Thanks bro.... I did just have service work done to my Trans. I will keep an eye out on it.


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^^ I checked. It is coming from the top down. The O-ring connector is on my driver side and is dry as a bone. They just fixed some transmission lines and topped it off. I'm sure they overfilled. Idiots. I knew there was a vent tube on top. I just did not think it would weep.


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