So I had the same issue with oil leaking out of the clutch slave cylinder last year. I rebuilt the clutch slave cylinder and replaced the pushrod seal inside of the output gear case. Noticed wear grooves on the pushrod likely from it spinning. Everything stopped leaking as badly. Still was a leak out of the oil pressure sensor and I replaced that. Now there is another leak, below the clutch slave cylinder, and to the rear of the oil pressure sensor, and I think it is again coming from the pushrod seal in the output gear case. Is the bearing out that keeps the pushrod from spinning, and then the spinning pushrod wears out the oil seal? Or is all the leaking a sign that the piston rings are gone and so the pressure from the cylinder is pushing down past the rings and into the crankcase? I am ordering the parts that I think will fix the issue, but I was looking for any advice.
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