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Old 06-26-2012, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by cobalt327
There's a chance that replacing the valve stem seals will help matters. The cost is low, but it's labor intensive.
It seems the most expensive parts are the tools: a good spring compressor and a valve holder.




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Originally Posted by cobalt327
I there has to be YouTube videos of how to do them.
Yes, there are a few. This one seems to be the most detailed, covering everything from the beginning to the end.






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Originally Posted by 123pugsy
Check the vac hose coming up from the tranny to see if its wet inside. Take you a couple minutes, tops.
Ok, will check that first thing when I get home tonight or tomorrow morning, and then report back. What does it mean if it turns out to be wet?

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