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Old 06-28-2007, 01:51 PM
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Just picked up a rebuilt 700r4 for my car yesterday. While maneuvering it into place for a test fit, the hose attached to the plastic vent at the top must of got yanked and the plastic vent broke off. No problem I thought there was still a little of it sticking out. Grabbed it with a pair of pointed nose pliers and tried to pull the rest out.Broke what little was sticking out off. So now what??? It doesn't look like it could be easily drilled out, and I'd be concerned about stuff falling inside. I can't be the first this has happened to so whats the solution? Can it just be left that way?? Thanks

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The rest of the vent can not hurt anything, it can't go anywhere to hurt anything.

Just take it easy with those pliers will you.
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Thanks, but how do I get the rest out? If I just left it would dust and dirt get into the trans?
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No. Unless you off road this thing and or like to submerge it in deep muddy puddles of water, it will be fine.
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