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1991 volvo 240 leaks transmition fluid at a rate of 2 quarts every 50 miles. Is there a seal you can relace or do you need a new transmition?

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Check your transmission line's, also look under your car if leaking between engine and transmission more then likely it's going to be your front transmission pump seal, transmission will have to come out to replace front seal.Don't let it run low on transmission fluid or you will have to replace or overhaul your transmission, not cheap.

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