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|Sean in PA
Are you talking about the hydraulic pump? It actually mounts to the engine at the flywheel, but most of the body of the pump is rearward of the mounting point so it looks like it is mounted on the transmission. The original part number for that gasket is E4NN911AA, which shows as no longer available, but Messick's shows that it was superseded by part number 83948101, and it shows that they have 4 of the newer part number in stock for $6.38 a piece.
What's leaking there hopefully isn't hydraulic oil, it should be engine oil. If hydraulic oil is leaking there, then there's another leak inside the pump itself, and your crankcase oil is probably contaminated as well.
This post was edited by Sean in PA at 07:11:01 08/21/12.
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