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Leaks leak tranny fluid

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If you just see it leaking, then it could be from:

Where the dipstick tube goes into the transmission: Easy fix, probably an O-ring.

The tranny pan gasket: Easy fix.

The rear shaft: Little more difficult. Take it to a shop.

The front main seal: Get out your wallet. Time for a tranny remove and reinstall.

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