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Old 04-08-2009, 20:00   #1 (permalink)
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AOD blows fluid past front seal at 65 mph, overfull to go in gear

My 1990 F-150 4x4 pickup is having issues with a fairly freshly rebuilt AOD. If the fluid is at the full mark on the stick, it won't go in gear at idle until I rev the engine and hold it. If I overfill the tranny, it goes into gear just fine at idle. When I get to about 65 mph it blows fluid past the front seal and burns on the hot exhaust pipe. Shifting between 3rd and OD also causes it to blow fluid. I used a gauge to adjust the TV cable pressure setting, the tranny doesn't slip and shifts fine, and no sign of fluid being burnt or discolored. Any ideas on what is wrong, or advice would be greatly appreciated. Kev
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