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I have a 99 jeep cherokee the trans is leaking fluid out the front and I think the torque converter is clanking and pinging does , do you think it is the front seal and the torqu converter?

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The noise may be flywheel bolts loose. What color is the fluid?
Red is trans= front seal in trans leak
Black is oil= rear main seal on engine

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