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  • YellowRose
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    Sam, congratulations on getting back in place again! Glad to hear that!

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  • RotarySam
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    I did get it installed today back correctly today. I never would have seen that recessed hole if I didn’t know where to look. Thanks again.
    Sam

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  • jopizz
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    It's a pain to get in especially from underneath. No matter which end you put in first you have to use some force to get the other end in. If it's not put in correctly it will just fall out again.

    John

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  • RotarySam
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    Thanks! That helps a lot.

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  • Tbird1044
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    I think the attached picture will show where the tube goes. They are usually just a slight interference fit into the valve body.
    Nyles DSCN3649.JPG

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  • RotarySam
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    Loose tube after dropping transmission pan

    I started a transmission fluid change on my 59. As soon as I dropped the pan, I noticed a loose tube in the bottom of the pan, and I don’t know where it goes. It doesn’t have fittings on it and doesn’t look broken. Can someone help me out? It’s just on jack stands so I don’t have much room. Thank you.
    Sam
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