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My toyota is leaking oil from where the engine meets with the transmission what can I do to repair this problem

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The oil could be transmission or engine, put some cardboard under and see what colour it is, auto trans will be reddish, manual will be cleanish and smell like tom cat ****, engine will be black. To fix you have to remove the trans, get back to me when you work out what is leaking, dont run out of oil though

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