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Changed tranny gasket why is it still leaking

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TAKE IT APART AGAIN AND CHECK THAT THE PAN IS NOT BENT,ALSO SOME GASKETS HAVE METAL COLLARS IN THE GASKET AT THE BOLT HOLES,MAYBE YOU HAVE ONE THAT STUCK TO THE PAN

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