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Oil leaking oil is pouring out of the motor. between the bell housing and the engine block.

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Umm well frcs i agree with you on most things but the tranny facing engine seal is the rear seal but still your right other then the direction

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You have front seal leak (broken seal).
get it to a repair shop.

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