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Leaking a little trany fluid out of 91 f150 - 1991 Ford F150

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Well, it could be the pan leaking, or the tail seal, or the front pump seal. Those are your main culprits. You need to determine which one it is. Just one more place to check. Make sure the dipstick tube is not loose. There is usually a bolt that secures the tube in place. If the bolt has fallen out it may be leaking where it enters the pan.

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