Re: [DML] Transmission Clearance
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Re: [DML] Transmission Clearance



The only one of the three plates around the bellhousing that is 
critical is the one that goes under the starter. It sets the gear depth 
spacing between the starter and the housing. The other two are water 
shields, a big deal when this trans is turned around in a front-drive 
car, not a big deal in the DMC. It's common practice to throw away the 
one that goes under the trans (just over the frame), but the other one 
normally gets put back on, often with only one screw but with the wire 
removed. The wire is an inductive pickup that goes to the diagnostic 
connector but isn't used anywhere. 

Dave S


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Darkstar" <darkstarmedia@xxxx> wrote:
>
> I did it in the garage on 4 3 ton jack stands all the way up... 
mostly by my
> self. 

  I ended up destroying both
> plates and most of the bolts but have had no adverse issued due to 
their
> absence.
> 
> Darkstar









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