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    I believe?? The connectors are there

    I believe?? The connectors are there
  2. It would be nice to know, however, it is fixed,...

    It would be nice to know, however, it is fixed, that is the important issue.

    If you parked it overnight or longer, would it grind all the time at start-up?
  3. That sort of makes sense, but, is it possible new...

    That sort of makes sense, but, is it possible new fluid and bleeding fixed the problem
  4. There are many confusing comments in this thread:...

    There are many confusing comments in this thread:

    1. I have a hard time understanding how a bad master cylinder affects 1st gear, but, not "on the track" .shifting. Did I mis-interpret that...
  5. Were your brakes affected?

    Were your brakes affected?
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    George - a little support: I had both a Gen1...

    George - a little support:

    I had both a Gen1 and a Gen2 and loved both of them, but:

    1. The Gen1's had the head gasket issue where virtually all the cars eventually had them replaced.

    2. The...
  7. Could it be as simple as the fluid is old, has...

    Could it be as simple as the fluid is old, has absorbed moisture and boils at the slave.
  8. Why would you think it is the slave. I could get...

    Why would you think it is the slave. I could get you a slave if you do not have one.
  9. Another trick, leave the trans in neutral, you...

    Another trick, leave the trans in neutral, you can still turn the input shaft by turning the tail shaft stub by hand.
  10. Nice write-up, for future reference, rotating the...

    Nice write-up, for future reference, rotating the rear wheels/diff stub will allow an unobstructed access to the universal joint bolts with a ratchet/extension. there are also multiple references...
  11. And it is cheap

    And it is cheap
  12. My point was, if you are not the original owner,...

    My point was, if you are not the original owner, the wrong (heavier when cold) fluid could have been used. There is a lot of misinformation on the correct trans fluid.
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    John is still very active. He also has a custom...

    John is still very active. He also has a custom molded shipping container, pull the trans, have him send you the container for shipment.
  14. I would change the fluid and stay with the mopar...

    I would change the fluid and stay with the mopar fluid. What you are describing could be the wrong fluid.
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    At least talk with John Donato, he was the...

    At least talk with John Donato, he was the driveline engineer for the Gen1 and Gen2. Very few, if any know the Tremec's better than John. No matter who you pick, make sure they do the trans in-house.
  16. Thread: Gen V Battery

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    i have had the DSE battery in for over a year, I...

    i have had the DSE battery in for over a year, I think it actually starts faster than the oem battery, less 25 lbs.
  17. A plastic doughnut would be pretty easy to...

    A plastic doughnut would be pretty easy to machine.
  18. My guess is the oem bushing is a delrin type...

    My guess is the oem bushing is a delrin type plastic which is close to the durability of metal.
  19. Some up dates, some very interesting. 1. Most...

    Some up dates, some very interesting.

    1. Most of the after-market bushings (ebay/amazon) are not a Tremec/oem product.

    2. I have a plastic bushing and a brass bushing from a company called Amp....
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    I believe the recall started with a dealer...

    I believe the recall started with a dealer inspection, therefore, a quasi/gray recall.
  21. That seller had an "Out of Stock" notice. I put...

    That seller had an "Out of Stock" notice. I put his PN in the Ebay search box and another seller showed up.
  22. I decided to go with the metallic bushing, the...

    I decided to go with the metallic bushing, the pin holding the bushing's metal cup came out fairly easy after a couple of taps. I also decided to remove the skip shift solenoid and plug the hole.
  23. The most interesting point about removing the...

    The most interesting point about removing the trans plate is how much easier it makes the trans removal. The G5 tunnel is unique in how close the trans plate is to the top and left side of the...
  24. I pulled the trans yesterday and forgot to try...

    I pulled the trans yesterday and forgot to try and punch the pin out with the trans in the car. It may be possible while in the car, at a minimum I will post a pic with the plate off and the trans in...
  25. 1. I forgot to mention, your install post is the...

    1. I forgot to mention, your install post is the Mona Lisa of posts, what a great write up, I had not seen it previously.

    2. I am also trying to decide whether to replace the plastic bushing with...
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