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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need to know the torque settings
put some locktight on the flywheel bolts and make sure they are tight by using a impact gun or jam a screwdriver into ringear and a bellhousing bolt as fulcrum and then pull bolts up with a big snap on knuckle bar and go round twice 1/2 inch drive---clutch use a 3/8 socket set and dont over tighten go round at least 3 times and dont forget to put copper grease on the spigot shaft splines .And remember to top the gearbox oil up with EP90 ,and lightly grease the new rear end oil seal you have obviously changed .
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: I am putting a 99
The torque converter is not all the way in the transmission. Pull the transmission back out(unfortunately) and you will need to shake and wiggle while lightly pushing the torque converter into the transmission. Once it goes over the splines for the pump, you will know and the space between it and the transmission housing will be minimal.
Posted on May 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you for responding. I ended that conversation because I was already in the middle of another. I did make sure the torque converter was all the way in. I could have come out while i was installing the tranny."
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