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I have a leak. Can you tell me how much it will cost to repair it?

There are numerous places that a transmission can leak.  They include: the pump, shift lever seal/s, kickdown seal, electrical connection/s, governor cover, speedometer, rear output seal or axle seals, servo cover/s, filler tube, throttle cable, pan, side cover, cooler lines, and differential cover.

The real question is:  What is/are the source/s of the leak/s.  Most people can only see the bottom of the unit, and therefore conclude that the bottom pan gasket is leaking when, in reality, the leak is from above and running down and around the pan. Therefore, it is imperative that the unit be visually inspected to evaluate the leak situation!

So, the answer to the question is:  No, without seeing the vehicle.

 

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