Minor leak at bottom of transmission
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    Minor leak at bottom of transmission

    Alright guys, what does this look like? Nothing dripping yet. 75K miles 2007 Odyssey.

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    Is that the rear main seal cover? If it is, you can take off that cover and see what's going on within.
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    That is the cover to access the flexplate bolts inside the bell housing. It looks like a rear main seal leak but could also be ATF leaking from the front seal inside the transmission
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    Ugh... not gonna deal with rear main seal. Anyone have any experience with rear main seal leak additives?
    Thanks for diagnosis.

    Edit: Some older posts are suggesting checking PCV valve. Will check that first and then consider ATP AT-205.
    Last edited by taz1004; 04-13-2019 at 07:10 PM.

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    PCV indeed is clogged. Will replace it and see.

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    I had an almost identical leak and changed the PCV. The leak stopped and that was a little over 1 year ago.
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