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does my TH350 trans have a output shaft seal?

I've got the driveshaft out now, doing some upgrades and I thought if there was a seal for the transmission output shaft yoke that this would be a good time to replace it.

is there one? what's it called? is it similar to replacing a axle bearing seal where you pry it out with a big screwdriver or prybar, then pound the new one in with a large socket or similar?

thanks.

lee

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More like a harmonic balancer seal, but yes....Its right at the end of the tail housing.
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does my TH350 trans have a output shaft seal?


is there one? what's it called? is it similar to replacing a axle bearing seal where you pry it out with a big screwdriver or prybar, then pound the new one in with a large socket or similar?

thanks.

lee
Yes it does have a seal. It's called an output shaft seal like you guessed. Yes it pries out and new one installed with same techniques as any other seal of thie type.
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