Re: [DML] Re: Clunk, clunk, clunk
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Re: [DML] Re: Clunk, clunk, clunk

Thank you David,
Although I would have preferred other news that what you told me, lol.  This car is my daily driver and has been running flawlessly since my engine rebuild last year.  I shoulda did more research on that trans leak before I replaced the O-ring however.  I learned after the fact, you don't need to remove the adjustment nut to fix the leak.  Well, I still have the leak and now a transmsmission that's about to be ruined.  I guess my next step is to try to locate somebody locally (Memphis, TN) that is brave enough or good enough to tackle this problem.
How much money do you think I would have to shell out to get this fixed?  Verses finding a new/used tansmission... and would a local shop even be able to fix this problem?  

Lingo #2034


 ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Teitelbaum 
  Subject: [DML] Re: Clunk, clunk, clunk
  This is not the kind of adjustment you can do properly by trial and
  error. You will damage the ring and pinion and possibly the bearings.

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