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76 chevy impala leaks tranny fluid close to ffront seal, seal replaced already

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Take the box out again and check the torque converter for bad serface as if rough will stuff seal in 2 miles..
or the seal housing gasket wasent replaced,,In put shaft running out of true when fitted to coverter,,or converter loose on the crank plate check out all these problem and you will find it.

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