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  • I’m new to this forum. I’ve been looking for solutions to a leak on my 2001 dodge Dakota 3.9 with a 42RE transmission. It’s leaking transmission fluid from where the transmission connects to the bell housing. It’s a continuous drip. Not sure how to go about this one. Any advice?
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    There a three (3) possible leak points 1) the input shaft seal, 2) the pump seals and or gasket 3) the transmission vent which is at top of the pump assembly all three of these are under that case bell housing...........make sure the transmission is not just overfilled.
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