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Old 06-26-2007, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default Just installed TCI SSF

Hey guys, I just put in my new TCI Super Street Fighter 4l60E in my 95 Z28. I have a 3.5" Moser D/S and I noticed on the front slip yoke there is a small hole at the end near the u-joint and ATF is pouring out of it. Does this mean I over filled the trans and the tailshaft is full of ATF and that is an exit for it? It didn't do it on my other trans.
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If you remove the tail from you old trans you will likley see what looks like a small tin can with and oring in it , that oring keeps that from happening but I havent noted cars having that, But have seen it many times on trucks, If it is there you can swap it over.but replace the oring , If its not some one likley changed the yoke at sometime and used silicone to seal the hole, Which I have also seen a few times. Seems to work ok well until you take the yoke back off the trans .
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4l60e, gm, oring, tailshaft, transmission

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