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Leaking tranny fluid from the front of tranny just below the input shaft. Looks like some sort of cover or freeze plug.

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    its the front pump seal and i cant get the torque converter off!

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My 1999 chevy's transmission hits hard when it goes into first gear. does fine in all other gears. is this the transmission.

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How do i remove torque converter

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It's leaking front the front pump or converter seal the transmission will have to come out

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