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ATF leak

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Old 05-09-2012, 10:26 AM
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2005 grand voyager
2.8 crd
Automatic stow n go


Nov 2011 I had a automatic failure which resulted in me getting my box completely overhauled, it's now starting too leak from the seas, 1st seal I replaced was the driveshaft seal now with more leaks my mechanic (not the gearbox place) says the seal behind the torque converter is leaking, he thinks maybe a bearing has failed putting extra strain on the seal.

Tomorrow I will be contacting the AUTOBOX specialist too see if their is any parts warranty as he only give me a 3 month gearbox warranty, but after 2k on the rebuild seal shouldn't be going

Any thoughts or helps suggestions would be appreciated
 
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Old 05-29-2012, 11:22 AM
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UPDATE

Automatic specialist recommended that I change the driveshaft seals, this was done but didnt fix the problem

Now I've just replace the torque converter seal and a seal behind the torque , which was an expensive fix as gearbox had too be removed but this hasn't fixed my leak,

Im baffled has anyone any ideas what cold be causing the leak, box looked fine when it was out and torque had no damage to it.

Thanks
 
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Old 07-11-2012, 04:05 PM
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I had an ATF leaking problem on my Chrysler voyager. This was noticed due to the low level of the ATF in the gear-box indicated on the dip-stick. I took it to my mechanic workshop. The I was told that the leakages is from the pan covers beneath the gear-box. This was removed and re-sealed back. But the leakages did not stop.

The following day a check was carried out looking in another direction, this time it was confirmed that the leakages come from the seal on the drive shaft on the gear box. It was removed and replaced with another one.
This eventually put a stop to the ATF leakages.
 
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