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Old 06-26-2012, 04:09 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.

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.

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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