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2001 isuzu rodeo transmission leaking

Right above the transfer case on the passenger side there is a 2" circle that looks like can on the inside of the tranny that's where the leak is

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That is a common problem on this transmission. You can get one from a transmission parts supply company. It is held in with a snap-ring and it has a big spring pushing it out towards the snap-ring. It must be pressed in while the snap-ring is removed. Its best you get someone that has done this before. It is a servo cover, looks like a small hockey puck. Replace and fill fluid and drive on.

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