'83 700r4

Chuck

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#17
I did as you said and made sure everything went in straight and even put a new o ring on the cover just in case and as soon as the motor caught it started pouring out the 3 o'clock position again.
 

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yes once you pop out the lock ring the cover should move to were you can get to the o ring with a small pick get behind the oring and pull it out some while rotating the cover and it should pop right out
I just thought about this. Could a partial blockage in one of the cooling lines be causing too much back pressure and forcing fluid through that o ring?
 

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#19
maybe but not likely i would check the return line fitting to make sure its not cracked at the case i have seen that also and in makes it look like its the servo it sits right above it at the 3 o clock position
 

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#24
I fiundon't a kink in the return line. So I found one in a junk yard and replaced it. So far no leaks. Gonna replace the lost fluid and see if it returns. Fingers crossed