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How many miles on your W124?

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Leak - automatic transmisssion
TC260
I need to replace the seal ring placed around the pin holding the pressure control lever in my 722.3 gearbox. Transmission oil is leaking out of the transmission in this place - see attached photos.

I do not know how to remove the pin and replace the seal ring, though. It is not obvious how the pin is fixed and the end of the pin - inside the gearbox - is not visible.

Can somebody tell me how to perform this operation?

Do you just prise out the pin with a screwdriver or do you need to dismantle the gearbox further to get to the other end of the pin?

Hope that you can help.
TC260 attached the following images:
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