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Old 28 Jun 2007, 01:47 pm
highkm
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Default Transmission Seal

Hi.

Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
transmission casing where the two halves join.

Thanks.

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Old 28 Jun 2007, 02:09 pm
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highkm wrote:
> Hi.
>
> Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
> gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
> transmission casing where the two halves join.
>
> Thanks.
>

what color is the liquid?
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Old 28 Jun 2007, 07:51 pm
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highkm wrote:
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> Hi.
>
> Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
> gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
> transmission casing where the two halves join.


That depends on the model and year. On the manual transmission in many
models there is no gasket between the two halves of the transmission case.

Eric
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Old 29 Jun 2007, 08:30 am
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Default Re: Transmission Seal

On Jun 28, 3:09 pm, jim beam <spamvor...@bad.example.net> wrote:
> highkm wrote:
> > Hi.

>
> > Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
> > gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
> > transmission casing where the two halves join.

>
> > Thanks.

>
> what color is the liquid?


The color is red. It is a 2003 Accord 4 cyl Auto. There are no
mechanical complaints i.e. it shifts as it did when it was new. I am
expecting a bit of leakage since the car is over 300,000Km. The leak
is begining to develop at the lowest part of the transmission casing.
This is not major. I am just don't want it to begin dripping on my
driveway.

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Old 29 Jun 2007, 08:31 am
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Default Re: Transmission Seal

On Jun 28, 8:51 pm, Eric <say...@spam.now> wrote:
> highkm wrote:
>
> > Hi.

>
> > Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
> > gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
> > transmission casing where the two halves join.

>
> That depends on the model and year. On the manual transmission in many
> models there is no gasket between the two halves of the transmission case.
>
> Eric


It's a 2003 Accord , 4 cyl auto in excess of 300,000Km.

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Old 29 Jun 2007, 09:18 am
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highkm wrote:
> On Jun 28, 3:09 pm, jim beam <spamvor...@bad.example.net> wrote:
>> highkm wrote:
>>> Hi.
>>> Does anyone have suggestions how to stop or reduce a transmission
>>> gasket leakage? I have noticed some leaking at the bottom of the
>>> transmission casing where the two halves join.
>>> Thanks.

>> what color is the liquid?

>
> The color is red. It is a 2003 Accord 4 cyl Auto. There are no
> mechanical complaints i.e. it shifts as it did when it was new. I am
> expecting a bit of leakage since the car is over 300,000Km. The leak
> is begining to develop at the lowest part of the transmission casing.
> This is not major. I am just don't want it to begin dripping on my
> driveway.
>

you can try changing the output seals, but i doubt they're the culprit.
if so, not much you can do short of a rebuild.

avoid the so-called sealing additives. just keep the fluid topped up
and fresh.
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