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Old 07-03-2012, 02:11 PM
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Hi kultulz.


Hi again

It says in my service manual under transmission section for my 62 thunderbird . Saying if theres to much fluid in the tranny it would come out the vent tube. According to the big illistration of the tranny section I dont see any vent tube anywhere in that section. Where would this tube there referring to be. Also if I wanted to purge out a little fluid is there just one bolt I can untighten to do this. Thank you again Larry. Happy July 4th to you and your own.
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Old 07-03-2012, 03:12 PM
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The actual vent is at the front pump (front of case) and vents into the bell-housing.

Does the manual you have describe how to properly check the trans fluid level? If too high, either a hand suction pump or loosening the fluid pan.
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