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Old 03-23-2007, 12:55 PM
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How to ID GM transmission oil pans

I once had and lost a page showing all the gm transmission pans. It showed the drawing of all the diff. pans. Can someone direct me to a page like that. I searched "all forums" here and it did not come up. I know there is a web page with this, I printed it out one time. Thanks.

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Go to tciauto.com. they have all the info you'll need,,I gave the wrong web page, this one will work,
My computer is in the shop for a overhaul,so I've been using a rental and don't have my list of favorites,, so sorry,

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This might help:
http://www.technicalvideos.com/ident...smission.phtml
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