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You have a 73 dodge charger with a 904 auto transmission have replaced front and rear seals it is still leaking tranny fluid it looks like it is coming from the linkage is there a way to correct this?

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2006-01-02 18:22:10
2006-01-02 18:22:10

if the fluid is seeping from the linkage area at the trans case ,there may be a seal where the linkage go's through the case ,check your factory repair manual ,also check the trans lines where they connect to the trans case (they may be seeping)

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