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The transmission pan on my 96 s10 blazer leaks but it is a new gasket it this a common accurance with these madels?

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No its not that common.It can happen but look for a dent or disturtion if pan is bent it will leak or it cuuld be leaking in fromt of the pan and getting blowen back on to the pan making the pan apear to be leaking. Its more common for the 4.3 to have engine oil leaks transmission oil is red if the oil isn't red its likely engine oil and the air flow under the truck pushing it back there. You are the one that can see it so you will make the call good luck

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Only if you over tighten them.

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