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1995 Toyota Celica - Transmission oil on ground

Power cleaned motor and raised the car to search for leak. On passenger side, back side of the motor, to the right of the Knock Sensor the is a component (???). Above the component is the exhaust manifold. The bolts of the manifold have transmission on on them. I'm not able to find the source.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    have florescent dye put in the trans and then have it checked with a black light.

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