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I have transmission oil leaking between the engine and transmission what could be the cause?

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Front pump gasket or front pump seal either way tranny will have to come out to rectify and would need to figure out what caused leakage like cracked flywheel causing torque convertor wobble could be loose torque convertor bolts but you should be able to tell that it would cause a rapping noise

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