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My 1992 Nissan Stanza has transmission leak.

Car has 119,000 miles on it. Without noticeable cause, the transmission started to leak as detected by drops of fluid on the street every several feet. Is a stop leak treatment added to the transmission fluid recommedded?

If it works, O.K. If it does not stop the leak, what's the next best
action I should take?

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The stop leak treatment may help the seals to seal better but I would get the car to a good transmission shop since it has that many miles on it. The fluid probably needs flushed out and changed by this time.

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