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post #1 of 11 Old 09-07-2013, 08:46 PM Thread Starter
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Need help with a part

Hi folks,

Was hoping that someone could tell me a part number for the seal on the back of the transmission for ax-5 on a '95.
Been getting some oil out lately from where the tc bolts to the back of the tranny and its definitely the tranny oil leaking.

Been searching but no luck so far. Any help appreciated!

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post #2 of 11 Old 09-07-2013, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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The seal in black on the pic.

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Here she is. Replaced mine back when I first got the Jeep.



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93 and 95 will be the same.


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Awesome! Thank you both!
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So far so good. Just came back from autozone and thank you so much for giving me the right p/n.. They were gonna give something totally different.

That top left nut is a b'ch to reach!

Appears i am missing a stud but seems like it is from factory. At first i thought i was gonna have to deal with it but appears like a plastic "plug" of sorts threaded in there..


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So far so good. Just came back from autozone and thank you so much for giving me the right p/n.. They were gonna give something totally different.

That top left nut is a b'ch to reach!

Appears i am missing a stud but seems like it is from factory. At first i thought i was gonna have to deal with it but appears like a plastic "plug" of sorts threaded in there..
Yeah, for some reason they are all like that. I took the plastic out and found it had threads in the so I just put a stud in like all the other ones. Who knows.....


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post #9 of 11 Old 09-08-2013, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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I left it in. I don't have a stud to place in it but soon i'll be taking the tranny out for some synchro replacement (and god knows what else heh) so i'll get back to it at that time.

Felt a groove on the tc input shaft so i am crossing my fingers it won't leak again. Putting the tc back was also a pain lol but somehow managed without draining either the tc or transmission. Anyway, i am a newb and took about 5 hrs by myself and various lifts, jacks i had laying around. Again thanks for the valuable help guys!

Been thinking, the leak i've had for years got pretty bad after i installed the lowering kit with the left. Was curious, do i still fill the tranny like before (till it comes out of the fill hole) now that the it is lowered?
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post #10 of 11 Old 09-08-2013, 07:20 PM
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I fill them with the skid plate off, here in the shop, it's just easier. If the Jeep has a TC drop, I jack the drivetrain up to it's original location to fill the transmissions & transfer cases.

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Thanks Max!Appreciate the tip.
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