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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-25-2005 07:54 PM
Gassman I installed the seal and oring Sat. All went well but you were right. I removed the front part of the valve body but I couldn't hardly hold everything to line it all up at once. Thanks for the reply.
04-24-2005 11:05 AM
Crosley remove the valve body.

the transfer tubes simply pull out. It is not an easy task since under the vehicle you need 3-4 hands to line stuff up
04-23-2005 11:31 PM Maybe these guys can answer your question.
04-19-2005 06:27 PM
69 Fmx

I need to replace the seal for the shifter shaft in a 69 FMX, do I have to remove the valve body first. I think I can get the shaft out by removing the front part of the valve body. Do the steel lines just pull out of the body. I think the part I am talking about is the pressure regulator.

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