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Old 04-04-2012, 09:09 PM
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I dropped off my truck for the door handle recall, and told them I was getting the leaking from the bulkhead seal in my transmission (mentioned TSB 11-03-25). They called back and confirmed the seal was bad, mentioned it was on national back-order but that they were able to get one from another dealer, and that the work would all be covered by the 5/60k powertrain warranty (my truck has almost 57,000 miles on it. All went well. Make sure you check your tranny if you are getting close to 60k. After the warranty runs out, you have to pay for it yourself, per Ford. Good luck.
I just had the same experience as KRanch09. My 2009 Lariat started leaking last Friday and it was the first time I had noticed it. I too have just over 57k miles. Took dealer two days to get the part but got truck back today and its done. Was covered under 5/60k Powertrain warranty as mentioned previously. I did opt to have them put in a new filter which makes sense. Hopefully, this will not occur again down the road.
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I also had this tranny leak after long trip and then truck sitting for a couple of days.The first time it happened the Ford dealership changed the tranny pan gasket and said some of the tranny bolts were not tight.2nd time it happened looked here for people with same problem and sure enough it found out about the leaky connector TSB 11-03-25.Called the dealership and told them what I had found on the Forms and gave them the TSB # I took the tuck back to have leak checked out again and they did confirm that the connector was leaking.I told the mechanic to change the tranny filter while the pan was off,I didn't realize that they would charge me $101.?? and some change.The service manager was not there when I paid the bill so I did not feel like arguing with them after sitting more than 3 hours my back was killing me and I couldn't wait to get home.This was done on Wednesday May 31/12 and truck was not used until Saturday June 2/12 and only drove approx. 60 miles since this service.Went to back out of parking space the truck started bucking put it in drive and seemed ok but while driving along at about 60mph the truck stared to lose power and fortunately I was able to take a exit ramp to get off main highway.The truck stalled right out and I had pulled onto shoulder of off ramp,oh before I forget,I could smell like something was burnt?When I started the truck back up and put it into drive it didn't seem to have any power to pull itself.I called CAA and had the truck hauled home as the Dealerships were closed as it was after 6:00 pm on a Saturday,I guess I will have to get towed to Dealership Monday.
Does anybody have a clue what might be going on,I'm thinking it is tranny problems??

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wow my 09 Fx4 5.4 with 65,000 just did this to me today and dealer hasn't called back yet so hopefully it's a recall issue so they have to pay! Ridiculous!
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Im new to this forum, glad I found it. I'm having the same issue, I noticed reddish liquid on the crossmembers and under on the concrete below. It seems like there should be a recall on this part.... Does anyone know if this causes any damage or concern to the actual transmission? I plan on taking it in to the dealer tomorrow, I don't know how long it's been doing this though, so I'm concerned.

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Hey All!!

Im new to this forum, glad I found it. I'm having the same issue, I noticed reddish liquid on the crossmembers and under on the concrete below. It seems like there should be a recall on this part.... Does anyone know if this causes any damage or concern to the actual transmission? I plan on taking it in to the dealer tomorrow, I don't know how long it's been doing this though, so I'm concerned.

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Welcome to FTE! Get it in right away! Unfortunately Ford has taken away our top mounted dipsticks so we can easily check the fluid level. Hopefully it hasn't been leaking for long and you didn't lose too much fluid.
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wow my 09 Fx4 5.4 with 65,000 just did this to me today and dealer hasn't called back yet so hopefully it's a recall issue so they have to pay! Ridiculous!
It is not a safety issue so it will not be a recall. Very very few things get recalled unless safety related. This is why they try to sell you an extended warranty when you purchase a vehicle.
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Update: took it in, they told me what they have told several other people on here. They replaced the bulkhead sleeve per TSB 11-03-25. They said it seems to be a common issue. It was covered under warranty so that was good!!
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Check out TSB 11-3-25 "Transmission bulkhead connector sleeve leaking"

What some may be experiencing is covered in TSB 11-3-25. I just experienced this problem and my 2010 F150 is at the dealer now. They have confirmed that my problem is the leaking electrical bulkhead connector sleeve..... to the tune of > $500.00!
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Was gone to the mountains for 4 days. Came back home to a puddle of tranny fluid under my truck. I guess it leaked out while I was gone when it turned cold. Truck has 60,750 miles on it so I guess I'm buying.
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Was gone to the mountains for 4 days. Came back home to a puddle of tranny fluid under my truck. I guess it leaked out while I was gone when it turned cold. Truck has 60,750 miles on it so I guess I'm buying.
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I had the same problem with mine. It turned out the be the transmission bulk head connector. While mine was in warranty and the repair was no charge, I also paid the dealer to install a new filter kit. I figured since they were dropping the pan and all that old transmission fluid, I might was well give them the extra $65 for the filter kit, and turn it into a transmission service at the same time. that was around a year ago and there has been no problems since.
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I have a leak seems like around the gasket, mostly rear. Will check if bulk head is leaking. Anyways I need a xmission fluid change. It is grey not red. 38,000 miles.
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It is wet around the bulk head connector.
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