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Old 07-13-2013, 08:16 PM
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On page 5-13 on troubleshooting . It states fluid leak on the left side of case . Also fluid on the right side of the case. Is the left side of the case considered the drivers side or not. This is out of the 1962 manual troubleshooting the transmission Thanks Larry
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Yes, the left side is considered the driver side.

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Thanks John as usually Larry
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Larry, all references to location of any parts on the car are always from a drivers seat position. Left from drivers side and right from the drivers seat position. Ian (REMEMBER NOT ALL BIRDS FLY SOUTH)
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Thank you Ian. Larry
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