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From: Hank Dozier
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Date: October 20, 2002
Tina...Look at your shift cable coming out of the trans. This is a typical leakage point, and can sometimes be repaired by placing a length of rubber fuel line of correct ID over the cable against where it goes into the trans. Clean the cable with brake cleaner, put some RTV on the cable, slide the hosplit hose over it and then place a hose clamp on it. Another spot is the trans filler tube flare nut fitting. Make sure that is tight. If those are not the problem, and the fluid is coming out of the bellhousing, then you most likely have a leaking T/C reactor seal on the input shaft. That means R&R, unfortunately.