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Transmission leaking slowly ,not a seal maybe 1 qt

Transmission leaking slowly ,not a seal. Maybe leaks 1 qt to 600 miles

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Check all your lines from the trans to the radiator for leaks ...if that looks good add a bottle of trans fluid sealer and conditioner..that shoud take care of it

Posted on May 27, 2010

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