Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Central, Minnesota
It's more than likely the guide plug that's your problem. Do a search for "Guide plug" here on the forum and you'll wee what I'm talking about (been there, done that, got the t-shirt)
Once you figure out where it is, you have to get at it, which is not hard with the correct tools. It's tricky to remove it, but if it's leaking, it's probably already lose. It is supposed to be held in with the cover that goes over it and held in place with a small tang that sticks our from it and goes against the cover. Once it turns, it can losen up and come out enough to let oil run out.
Once you get it out, replace the o-ring. I took my old o-ring to the hardware store and matched it up with a new one (buy a couple just incase, they're CHEAP)
Use a good RTV sealant (or Goop as I did) to seal it and keep it from turning lose again. That's it! Put everything back together and your back in business. I replaced any other seals as long as I had it apart (shift shaft seal and clutch slave-rod seal) so you may want to do that too?