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ITS A 97 CHEVY SUBURBAN IT LEAKS TRANSMISSION FLUID THE SEAL KEEPS COMING LOOSE

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  • satiahsdaddy May 18, 2009

    i have replaced the front seal three times but it keeps coming loose and leaking fluid what can i do email me at satiahsdaddy@yahoo.com

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Transmission is not venting properly and building pressure causing seal to leak prematurely, GM has a service bulletin on this issue.

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