|12-04-2006 10:19 PM|
I should have included that the kickdown cable is not used since this tranny is full manual and the cable is actually cut off several inches from the case.
|12-04-2006 09:29 PM|
IF your trans detent cable or the filler tube have the rubber sealing sleeve ( NOT the O-ring)
It is best to install the rubber sleeve into the tranny case first , then the cable end or filler tube.
|12-04-2006 09:26 PM|
|poncho62||Check your dipstick also.....the leak may be there....its right next to the kickdown cable.|
|12-04-2006 09:10 PM|
You may be able to remove cable from carb to gain enough slack to unhook cable from trans.Saves you the trouble of pulling the pan.
|12-04-2006 09:02 PM|
|Jmark||Ck the cable to make sure it's not cracked where it goes into the case. If it's ok, all you need to do is drop the pan, un-hook the kickdown cable then remove the cable from the trans, 7/16" bolt I think. Change the 0-ring and put it back together. RTV will most likely NOT work since it's oily.|
|12-04-2006 08:11 PM|
I just had my trans rebuilt (TH350) and it is leaking around the kickdown cable area where it goes into the case. Before I had the trans rebuilt it leaked there and I indicated it to the bozo that did the work. Is this an easy fix or am I going to have to pull the tranny out for this one? Or can I just put some black rtv silicone around it and solve the problem? Thanks for any help you can provide.