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I took off the transmission fluid pan and a plastic yellow object

With a black ring around it popped off the car.

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Is it ruber on an auto tranny? it should go around the part of the transmision filter that plugs in to the bottom of the tranny, sorry very veige details here, so hope this is what kinda of tranny or what the ring was made of or looked like. let me know if you have more details.

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