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Showing content with the highest reputation on 07/14/2020 in Posts

  1. Hey Mike, just swap it to an NSAOD. (Not So Automatic OD) It NEEDS 3 pedals!
    3 points
  2. I did the Tremec 5 speed conversion with the kit from MDL about two years ago. No holes had to be drilled and I was able use the OEM shifter boot once I found a round shifter from Hurst that looked just like the OEM. My car was originally a 4 speed car so the conversion was easy. The only thing I had to send out was getting the driveshaft shortened (I forget how much). The kit is vary complete and includes: transmission, bell housing, clutch, flywheel, cross member, speedo-cable, clutch lever, slip yoke, shifter handle and knob plus all the hardware and brackets required. It was the detai
    1 point
  3. I've actually thought about getting a 5 speed manual but the main reason I haven't is the availability of parts. I can't find a manual trans (or even an auto one for that matter) easily. I could buy one in the US and have it shipped at high costs plus import taxes or buy from a shop in Europe .... who'd have bought it the US and had it shipped at high costs plus import..... you get the drift. I tell you, that AOD swap was the biggest mistake I've ever made..... I'm only keeping it because of the sunk cost fallacy.....
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  4. Yes, it's possible. If the PCV isn't functioning properly, you could build up pressure in the crankcase. It has to go somewhere, so it finds the path of least resistance. I had an '01 Audi A6 that I got for a song since it leaked like a sieve and the owner was quoted $3k to reseal the engine by the dealer. A little Google searching turned up the fact that the crankcase ventilation systems on the 3.0 V6 were known to plug up with coke and cause oil leaks. I spent about two hours with carb clean, engine brushes and pressurized air to clean it out. After I was done, it never leaked a drop.
    1 point
  5. I would check the fluid and filter, is there any metal shavings in it. Does the fluid smell burnt and check color.
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