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Old September 19th, 2013, 10:22 AM   #1
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Default TH350 Servo sealing rings?

Can the servo on the RH side of the trans be removed and the seals replaced while still in the vehicle? I have not had a trans apart in a loooong time. My concern is that I remove the cover and when the servo comes out that gravity affects an internal component alignment.

Only issue is leaking around seals to outside of trans.

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Ive never had an issue doing that.


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Ive never had an issue doing that.


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Thanks! That's what I thought, but memory just aint what it used to be!
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