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1956 chevy powerglide trans leakink from the shift linkages , if i pull the plate off will anything else come apart inside ? i was looking for a breakdown of this area before i pulled it apart

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OK, THE POWER GLIDES USED AN O-RING TO SEAL THE SHIFT ROD, NO THERE ARE NO PARTS THAT WILL FALL OUT BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE SHAFT TO REPLACE THE O-RING

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