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I was going to ask the same thing. I don't have any problem with your current repair. I would rather not do things that way, but it IS just an old, seeping gasket. If that cover is just a cover, and you can get it off without removing the tranny, why not get some proper anaerobic sealant, take it off, and reseal to finish up a very admirable effort?
Mine leaks similarly. Can any of you guys confirm that I can remove that cover in situ, and replace that end cap gasket without disturbing the innards of the transmission? I understand I will lose fluid. And mine is a MANUAL, if that matters.
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