Transmision leak between motor and transmision of a 2000 ford expedition eddie bauer

Asked by Sep 16, 2016 at 07:44 PM about the 2000 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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leaking from the bellhousing probably the front transmission seal

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UGGH the dreaded front pump seal on the tranny. The transmission has to be moved back far enough to remove the torque converter and get to the pump seal and replace it, then check the torque converter for any scouring or a groove worn it, it not too bad then a speedy sleeve can be used to save the torque converter, and while your this far most of us would replace the rear main seal on the engine, put it all back together, top off the fluids and your done.

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By the way this hard to do laying on the ground for a big boy. Last one I did this way was back in 1994. I also put in a new torque converter and rebuilt the trans and put in a shift kit. Nothing like having a 200 pound trans on your stomach while you get your strength again to heave it up into position 3 or 4 tries later to finally get a bolt started doing this all by yourself with no floor jack and very little other tools in less than a foot and a half of space to hit your head on. Thats when I started using IQ & good tools instead of muscle. But I did what I had to in a pinch to get my car back up and going.

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