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1995 ford f150 4x4 automatic trans i found a plunger in the bottom of the pan

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If its the plastic piece its nothing, on the assembly line that is in there to stop anything from going into the trans, its a plug they use until the dipstick is installed

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It is real important to be as clean as possible. No contaminants in the trans. If you can, pressure wash the area first and stay operating room clean!
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