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Transmission leaking nearfront changed front seal still leaking transmission fluid

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Most transissions front leak is the front seal but it can also be the pump gasket over flow expelling fluid.To save money you should first change the filter. Them if it still leaks pull the trany and pull the front pump and change the gaskets and seals. If this does not fix it then you should seek professional help.

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