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Front Seal on Tranny is dripping pretty good.
Any simple fix?
Maybe Lucas Trans Fix?
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No. Time to pull it and repair. Seal is fairly simple to replace. However if the seal is leaking chances are the converter bushing is worn out and causing the leak.
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I waited on fixing an Olds I had and on the way to work, the seal suddenly blew out and sprayed the highway with trans fluid. Had to get a tow which I couldn't afford. I traded some tools for the repair.
It took a seal and front pump bushing to repair......then it was just fine.
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