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TH350 Tranny burps out ATF from the dipstick when vehical is turned off. But while truck is running fluids will remain fine and able to drive all day. Only happens when started cold and drove short distant then turned off, is when the problem occurs.

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Is the fluid level over full? Did this just start happening out of the blue?

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