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How do you separate the check/fill transmission tube on 4.0L 4WDrive Auto Trans?

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R Iooking to take the transmission tube out? If so u will ND to first chk where the tube & Trans meet if there is not a set screw or a small tactics weld you ND to move it back n forth it should come out good luck

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Testimonial: "There was no set screw, so I moved it back and forth and it separated from the upper half of the tube just as Bigwhite Mullary said it would. Thanks!!"

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