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3.4 L gasket replaced then trans oil leak

I had Pontiac change the head gaskets on my 01 3.4 and found to my surprise a very large trans fluid leak somewhere in front of the trans pan. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    leaking tran. fluid & front vibrate

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    front vibrate when going up hill or when accelerating

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FYI-the trans pan gasket should be replaced as tho go too! have you done the lower intake manifold gasket yet? if not you will be.....

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