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Transmission fluid coming from the front of my trans

Pull up to my house looked back saw trans fluid leaking from the front of my transmission

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If its dripping from the Torque converter cover it probably needs a new front seal on the transmission. Gotta pull the tranny to replace the seal. Just make sure its not coming from above like where the tranny lines go into the transmission. sometimes a leak above will settle and drip at the lowest point.

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there is aseal around that tranny shop has to be done from inside tell fixya bouy me ok

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