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I hit something in the road and then smoke started coming out of the car then I lost momentum like I give it gas and it dosn't go . I found lots of transmission fluid on ground .I think the pan has a hole in it.Is it hard to get the pan off and is it something I could try myself. 2002 mercury grand marquis

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Maybe jack it up and look at it. That might be a good start. And no it is not a difficult task to change if you are have mechanical abilities. And a few tools. 

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