Thanks for the help.
I will go to the ford dealer and ask for the new seal. I will replace
it. My next question is the procedure to do this. I have the basic
mechanic tools (socket set, impact screwdriver, and torque gauge)
because I work on motorbikes. So I do have somewhat "mechanic
experience," but never have done this on a Ford Aspire. I was told I
had to be careful, because if I push the seal in too far, it can fall
into the trany!
Any information on the process, would the Chilton's Ford Aspire,
1994-97 repair manual describe it because the local library has it.