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Im leaking transmission fluid from the bell housing

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Front seal is probably done for. Get a seal conditioning product from your local auto parts store. It may help .. but don't expect a fix and don't expect a big, long term improvement. The fix is drop the transmission and replace the seal. $1.50 for parts, $299.99 labor, I am guessing.

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