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I think you have to pull the trans to get to it. ):
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L-conversion/Kenne Bell upgrade blower at 16PSI/BTS,4R100 tranny/100 shot nitrous.
594HP/620TQ Without the Nitrous 1.68 60' time/11.76 @ 116.17 with the 100 shot.
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Also you may want to take the plug out of the bottom of the bellhousing and inspect to make sure it is the rear seal and not the oil pan. I have been a mechanic for a long time and 95% of the time when somebody thinks their rear seal is out it is just the oil pan gasket. Most of the time a bad rear main will get oil all over the back side of the flywheel/flexplate. I would make sure if i was you before you start tearing into it.
Clutch, Transmission, Differential, Axle & Transfer Case
05-15-2003 08:45 AM
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