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Old 05-07-2012, 09:38 PM
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Hello I'm rebuilding a th350 when I Air check my direct crutch pack I have to plug another hole in the pump housing for it to work is this normal?

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The photo below is from Jakeshoe's thread on the TH350. It shows the forward and direct drums on the pump (there's a hole in the bench for the pump to fit through) w/all the sealing rings and thrust washers, etc. assembled as it would be in a completed tranny.



You sure you don't have any damaged, missing or broken rings/seals or cracked piston, etc.?
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Seal rings are new and not leaking i took the drum apart again all the piston seals are good i cant find any cracks anywhere the air comes out the reverse port if i plug the hole with my finger it will work....
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Took it apart again inspected everything again now it applys with out pluging the reverse port but still leaks past the reverse port.
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Transmission is in and works great
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