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Transmission oil leaking at main input seal do not have specs on transmission oil to put right oil in Please help will also need frount and rear seals or transmission seal+gasket set

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Standard TQF transmission oil if an auto ,EP90 if a manual gearbox ,do not attempt to change seals yourself as this is extremely complicated ,try putting in a tin of transmission leak stopper if an auto as the front seal on the gearbox/torque converter is the main culprit ,but it could also be the torque converter itself where the vanes are welded in although this is a rare occurance ,now only place that sell the seals is the honda dealer and they dont sell them only a complete exchange gearbox so if you do remove the gearbox to change this seal then go to a auto factor where they will measure the old seal and find you a new one the same size ,i cannot get auto gearbox spàres hardly at all here in spain for any make of car .

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