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AT Transmission leackage

It leaks trans fluid from the torque seal and i have replaced it 5 times altogether with its boshing, but same problem still excisted. Also looked at the flywheel but didnt see anything wrong with it. Where can i fine a flywheel for this vehical ??Thanks and best regards.

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Thanks to FIXYA.com for helping me ,i have replaced the ECU and it's running very good now.

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