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Old 11-13-2011, 03:44 PM
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suspect my C-4 needs a reseal

Hi ALL, my C-4 trans tried to puke it self to death when I put it in reverse after a cold start. It appears the front seal is gone and don't know what else or the cause of it all. Anyone with knowledge of C-4s it's an '82 out of a firemont wagon that was gone thru before I got it. Will gladly accept any info that will help. Thanks C.C.

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slow shifts on a C4 usually mean the seals inside of the trans are hard and causes slow shifts when cold.As the oil and trans warms up,it gets a little better.Sounds like you need a overhaul there.Some of the Fairmonts and Mustang II's had C-3 transmissions as well,with same results.
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