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Torque converter clutch leak? saturn 95 sc2

I have a 1995 saturn sc2 manual trans axle. i did a self test to see what code was making the check engin light come on and it says "TCC may be leaking at the seal ring on the input shaft" where is this and how can i fix it.

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Trans mission has to be removed from engine !
the front pump seal will need to be replaced!
its a big job & cn be messy !
just get a good transmission specialist to do it !
as it will neeed a service aswell!
Cheers Rob

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