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Transmission fluid leak

I thought I had an oil leak. Didn't really investigate when I saw drops forming on the oil pan. I took her to the dealer yesterday and it seems it is transmission fluid coming from the front of the transmission. They couldn't do the work yesterday, so I have to bring her back to them next week.
Maybe it will just be the forward seal.

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Hmmm...been busy and haven't had time to post the results. Anyway, they replaced the converter seal and the forward pump seal. Everything is good, so far.

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Hello everyone don,t you worried just they replaced the converter seal and the forward pump seal. Everything is good.
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Hello everyone don,t you worried just they replaced the converter seal and the forward pump seal. Everything is good.
Huh? I don't understand.

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Recognize the color of the leaking liquid. A transmitting liquid leak is usually red.If it's about time for the liquid to be changed.Identify where the leaking liquid is leaking from. Transmission liquid leaking around the top side and center of the carIdentify where the leaking liquid is leaking from. Transmission liquid leaking around the top side and center of the car
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