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 Old 11-25-2012, 06:43 PM   #1
 
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Default Help with a leak between the transmission and PTO

I recently replaced the clutch in my MS6. After that I've found that I'm leaking transmission fluid. It seemed to be coming out between the transmission and the PTO. I now have the PTO off the car and I'm trying to see where the problem might be.

The only visible issue I can see is this rubber ring where the PTO and transmission meet.



It's not easy to see from the picture but it has some cracks in it. Does anyone know if the rubber piece is able to be replaced? I have all the seals between the PTO and transmission from the engine part list thread and none of them are correct.
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I just ordered and received all of the trans and pto seals listed in my part number thread, they are supposed to be correct but reading those part diagrams can be really confusing. If a seal isnt correct post the part number, even if you don't know the right one. Hopefully we can get them all sorted out.

That seal can be replaced.

Edit: I think some of the seals may be ms3 seals, there is no easy way to tell a ms3 and ms6 trans diagram apart and that seal should be different between the two cars, the drivers seal should be the same.
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I've been staring at parts diagrams all night and the best thing I can come up with is
A61027397. I should have it in hand by the weekend, if it's the right part I'll let you
know so you can add it to the list.

Thanks for the help!
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Originally Posted by Amnesiac View Post
I've been staring at parts diagrams all night and the best thing I can come up with is
A61027397. I should have it in hand by the weekend, if it's the right part I'll let you
know so you can add it to the list.

Thanks for the help!
I concur with that part# - A610-27-397 - it's the only one between the pto and trans from the PTO diagram, and the trans diagram doesn't show it.
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Default how much it cost to replace this seal any idea

how much does it cost to replace the seal on MS6, my ms6 leaking after replacing clutch.
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If it's the same problem that was mentioned in this thread onlinemazdaparts.com has it listed at $23.21, and your dealer should have it for $29.75.

I never came back to this thread but this did fix the leak I had.
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Did the gear oil leak inside your transmission bell housing and ruin your clutch?
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Did the gear oil leak inside your transmission bell housing and ruin your clutch?
Nope, leaked onto the ground if I recall. Definitely didn't ruin the clutch, that worked until I sold the car ~5 months ago.
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It was a small crack in the bell housing that caused the leak. Right where the little black dot is on that raised up area. I bought a used trans to fix it.
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