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Transmission dip stick leak on my 1998 S10 Blazer.

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You can replace the seal. some use an o ring some use a grommet. either way pull the tube out. have to remove the bellhousing bolt that holds tube. and change out seal. remember when you remove the tube fluid is going to pour out so have a pan underneath.

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