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The torque converter seal is likely leaking on the input shaft of the transmission. To repair this leak requires the transmission be removed from the car.

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The Drive Shaft?! If it is the Drive Shaft it is an Easy Fix. You will need to Remove the Drive Shaft and Replace the Seal that is at the Very Rear of the Tranny. Check the Tranny Fluid. Tranny fluid should be your Leak. The Fluid is Red Right?

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have to remove it

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