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Leaking transmission fluid in front of eng on excelleration what do i look for thanks dan

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Inspect your transmission line to the radiator, the transmission line may be damaged or the O rings have failed and leaking from the radiator cooler.
Keep and eye on the transmission fluid to make sure you don't run low. Low transmission fluid level will cause the transmission to burn up costing you to replace the transmission.
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