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Loosing transmission fluid

I have a 1988 ford ranger, 2.9 V6 with a 4speed automatic that is loosing fluid. I say loosing because there are no signs of a leak, no puddles or spots on the driveway, not wet on the underside of the truck, no signs!!! please help!

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