62 inside oil leak - what could it be? (1 Viewer)

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On my 62 I am having a slight oil drip on the inside of the cabin. Initially thought maybe master cylinder. But they are all fine.

Haven't been able to track it down, but looks like behind insturment cluster. Are the oil pressure line behind the cluster the culprit?

Any ideas?
 

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You don't have a clutch so maybe your speedo cable is puking? What else could it be?
 
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You don't have a clutch so maybe your speedo cable is puking? What else could it be?
Exactly no clutch. Speedo cable would be puking like that?

My first reaction was the oil presssure...but I will look at speedo cable.
 

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Exactly no clutch. Speedo cable would be puking like that?

My first reaction was the oil presssure...but I will look at speedo cable.
Oil pressure is electronic. I did have a hydraulic gauge that leaked but...
 
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Place a container under the xfer case, and remove the fill plug (not drain plug) of your xfer case first, and see if a quart or two of ATF (or ATF mixed with gear oil) comes out. If so, this will help you understand the problem.
 

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I don't believe the Speedo Cable for 62s is available aftermarket. Toyota only, FAIK

The O-ring is available, too.

 
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I don't believe the Speedo Cable for 62s is available aftermarket. Toyota only, FAIK

The O-ring is available, too.

Thank you kindly
Will order tomorrow

I gotta work on the clutch cylinder on the 60 tomorrow
 

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