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Thread: Aloha from Hawaii! Just bought a P.O.S. 89 Ram 50 2.6L.

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    Unhappy Aloha from Hawaii! Just bought a P.O.S. 89 Ram 50 2.6L.

    Got myself an old beat to hell Ram 50 to haul my dirtbike on the weekends for $650. Driving home went well until I parked on my uphill driveway. Found a nice puddle of tranny oil on the ground about an hour later. Currently trying to see if I can find a seal in a local shop. Stand by for many more trouble shooting posts!

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    Welcome chrisk45

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    Hi and welcome to mightyram. A rear seal is no biggie but you are on the island so that can make things tricky. Hopefully that's all that's causing the leak.
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    try RockAuto if you can't find it on the island, although that seal seems to be used in a lot of different vehicles...
    Pennyman1
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