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There are 3 seals on the transmission that can leak. One is the front seal on the input shaft. Another is on the output shaft. The third one is on the side where the shift lever connects to the linkage. Another source of a leak can be the cooler lines that go from the transmission up to the radiator. Once you determine the source of the leak you can then find out the cost of repairs.

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