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Old 04-30-2006, 12:48 PM
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TH-350 problem?

My turbo-350 shifts fine but when I went to adjust the modulator valve for more pressure oil was in the vacume line going to it. I have this line going to a tee fitting on my manifold behind my carb. The oil is dark like motor oil but how can it be getting into the vacume line from the intake? I don't know what my problem could be? The engine is a fresh rebuilt 355 with vortec heads and a performance products intake if that makes any differance.

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i dont have a clue of how that could have happen. but if your trans work fine dont worry about it.
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My turbo-350 shifts fine but when I went to adjust the modulator valve for more pressure oil was in the vacume line going to it. I have this line going to a tee fitting on my manifold behind my carb. The oil is dark like motor oil but how can it be getting into the vacume line from the intake? I don't know what my problem could be? The engine is a fresh rebuilt 355 with vortec heads and a performance products intake if that makes any differance.

if the oil is coming from the vacuum modulator nipple where the vacuum hose is plugged onto..... the modulator may be bad and the vacuum is pulling tranny fluid from the tranny

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