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12-03-2004 06:41 AM
k-star
thanks guys

Sorry about the expert word........

I always tell people that i am a life student in the school of hard knocks!!!

Keith
12-02-2004 07:44 PM
M&M CUSTOM I've self titled myself as a "po' dumb schmuck in a pick'em-up truck" before.
12-02-2004 07:39 PM
Crosley I have wondered for years when I became a transmission technician.

I still tell people I am just a dumb mechanic that works on cars for some reason
12-02-2004 04:58 PM
willys36@aol.com Hmmm . . . I always heard it as "ex" is old-tech and "xpret" is a spurt. Thus "expert" is a 'has-been drip under pressure'.
12-02-2004 04:46 PM
stu aaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyuuuuup.
That be the place.
Don't care for this expert tag though.

X is an unknown factor and a spurt is a drip under pressure.
But then you could be right.
12-02-2004 01:16 PM
k-star
C6 experts

Ok i did a stupid human trick.... When i took the valve body apart I got the converter check valve assembly spring. And the throttle pressure check ball spring seperated from the correct spot. I think the longer with more coils spring belongs in the converter check valve assembly,,, Is this correct???? My tech book does not show a clear answer to this......

thanks , Keith

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