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Transmission fluid loss

I own a 1992 ford explorer. Its been using about a litre of trany fluid every approx 700 km. Its not leaking the fluid. My friend thinks its the modulator valve, the vacuum lines are swollen up and wet. Any idea?

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Sounds like either the torque convertor or the Modulator valveto me. Steve in the UK

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