My bottom drivers side bellhousing broke while torquing it down. The trans appears flat. Any thoughts on what could cause it? I may get the car running before replacing. Many issues have happened. All tranny/ flexplate/starter related
It was tough lining it up, it was maybe 1/16 of an inch from the block becaus it keep leaning back some, but essentially no. I do have mid motorplates. BeforeI buy a new bell Ill replace the dowels....I do you think maybe a dowel caught just a little? I'm wondering if a reweld is cost effective? I'm tired of pulling everything in and out
Greg, another question. All of the problems i have had come from this tranny. 1st a spacing issue with the converter, then a pawl, next starter/fp issues. Do you think I could have a warped main body or just bad luck with it?
No, I didn't realize they sold longer ones. It does appear the dowel caught, better lighting now and I see a very small gap there, but any gap would do. Do you recommend welding while attached to an engine block? Seems it would be flatter.
My car a 69 Mustang 302 has a hotter cam. The shift point is original from 2-3 about at 4000 rpm. The Engine has potentzial for moore power. How can I change the shift points for higher rpm`s shift points ?
I recently purchased a c4 torque converter for my case fill c4 transmission. It is a used one the part numbers say it is a dynamic tct torque converter. When i installed it my trans will not engage and car will not move. I made sure multiple times that it was fully engaged in transmission. i...
I nave a 66 mustang w/ c4. It started real bad running leak at the bellhousing while driving on freeway. took out trans and replaced the front seal and the pump gasket. reinstalled the trans and it still has the running AT fluid out of the bottom of the bellhousing. Any help would be...