1. Stoffauge

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    Good morning,

    my trans is leaking and I was just wondering if it´s easy to replace the gasket there and especially whats THE NAME OF IT Unbenannt.JPG that I know what i am looking for.

    Just did Oil change and filter change and after I fired it up it´s leaking there (marked on the picture, not my trans, just for showing). Hope its just a gasket and I can fix it while trans IN the car.

    Thanks
     
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    Ultra Nice! That’s was I was looking for! Thanks Luigi164✌
     
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    I've done it in the car, it's tight, but doable
     
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    The higher you can get the car the better! Good Luck
     
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    Also, there is a seal on the little shaft, going into the big shaft
     
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    And this isn’t included in these kits with the tools ?
     
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    What tools? Just need pick, small screwdriver and socket set, no special tools I'm aware of
     
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    I think he meant advice?
     
  10. Stoffauge

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    The tool kit the creator bought at eBay with the cylinder that screws in the seal and lifts it up with the thread . To change the seal without removing pan and/or valve body
     
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