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How do you replace the transmission bushing on a

How do you replace the transmission bushing ?

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    johnny rico May 11, 2010

    which bushing, you have to be more specific on the bushing.. is the trans a 700r tans...

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Are you referring to the rear output bushing or the tourque converter bushing do you have a leak in between the motor and trans need more info please

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