transmission leaks 2006 ranger xlt 4x4

Asked by Happyface22 Jul 09, 2019 at 04:07 PM about the Ford Ranger

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fluid drip from bell housing to engine connection, very very slow drip truck has
172,250 miles auto trans  4.0 engine

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I suppose it might be the front seal but you will have to remove the transmission to fix it. At those miles you may want to live with it instead of fixing it.

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