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Have on 4r75w I can't find where it goes it's yellow plastic with half a ball on one end and a oring on it and a 1'' pin on the end of it about 3/16 in diameter looks like It was in th trans pan

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Throw it away

Was used on the assy line to
plug the trans case hole

Posted on May 22, 2011

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