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The leak is at the seal to the front transfer case. I believe its at the bottom of that seal. I'm told no one can get a gasket for that. The transmission is fine other than that. What a shame. What a service policy from Porsche... Thanks.
Sorry, the car is a 2001 TT 996 with 69K miles. I've owned it for 5 years since 31K miles.
I saw some fluid in my garage and the dealer says its a small leak at the seal to the transfer case. Dealer says the only option is to replace the transmission for $13,000. Porsche doesn't sell gaskets or seals for the 2001 Tiptronic transmission. Any ideas out there as with this kind of service policy this may be my last Porsche. Even a used transmission is $5,000 plus install, etc. Please help if you can. Thanks.