Name that part!

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  1. MikeG

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    Gasket for sure, I can’t see why the cover would need replacing unless it was damaged. I’ve never had a problem reusing the cover. Sounds like another way for the shops to rob more $ out of you.
     
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    Ok, so I found it in my Transmission PAN. Sorry. I have both pans dropped. Sorry...
     
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    Ok, so to back track. This started out as oil pump failure, had to pull oil pan, much easier to deal with pick up gasket incase it was that. Since it wasn't, then pulled timing cover. Was putting timing over back on when it cracked. Since I was waiting for new timing cover, dropped the tranny pan. That is where the spring came from. Make sense?
     
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    nope :rofl:


    Is your rig shifting like it should? I would suck if the Xmsn needed to be rebuilt do to a broken spring.
     

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