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Leak from transmission at sensor plug on trans bottom 1998 dodge durango

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Pull the sensor see if oil pours out if not then buy a tube of blue lock tite from a auto parts store and add a few drops to the sensor screw in and let it set up then hook up it should then not leak anymore.

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