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Transmission fluid leaking from cv joint - 1996 Plymouth Breeze

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SOURCE: 1992 voyager driver side cv joint

with a pry bar or pry between the trany and cv or put the pry bar on the cv and hit it with hammerits just a little c clip holding it good luck pierre

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You need your trans rebuilt or replaced. There is a clip inside that holds the gears from moving back and forth. This clip has broked and will need replacement. The casing will have to be repaired or replaced as well as the gear(s) that ground its way through the casing.

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seal at converter

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