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About CJPayne

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  • Birthday December 28

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    Auburn, IN
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    Cars, golf
  1. I left a paper towel under the leak for a few days. I can not find my inspection mirror so I need to go buy one. My plan is to eliminate one leak at a time. I plan to start with the transmission as it is the larger leak. Thanks for all the help so far.
  2. I do think there is also a motor oil leak as well, so I think you may be right 1969_Mach1. So maybe the front seal on the tranny and the rear seal on the engine?
  3. I will also check the shift shaft seal as barnett468 suggested. I had the shifter out replacing the bushings that were totally gone. Can you see the top plate with the shifter out?
  4. Thanks for all the suggestions so far. What is leaking has a red tint. I took a clean pair towel and wiped what had leaked since Saturday and took a picture of it. Does this change any opinions of the leak? I will get some foot powder soon. I will clean everything with brake cleaner first. I will also warm up the ca for 20 minutes and check the transmission for overfill.
  5. I have owned my Mustang for a month and have noticed some transmission oil on the garage floor. I took some pictures. Oil is dripping from the bell housing and looks like the pan may also be leaking. I was looking on the forum last night and read that there is a top cover I need to check? Any ideas would be appreciated. I should note that I am mechanically inclined and I do have the 1969 shop manuals. I have a stock 351w and FMX.
  6. I have all my insurance with State Farm and the agreed upon value for my ‘69 ‘vert for $32,000 is less than $200 per year.
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