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Help!! Taking out motor

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    Help!! Taking out motor

    Is it necessary to drain the tranny fluid when you pull the engine off the tranny?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD_Z28
    Is it necessary to drain the tranny fluid when you pull the engine off the tranny?
    No you don't have to.

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    only if your pulling the tranny with it because of the angle it tilts at will lower your output shaft and you will lose it from the rear. well thats if your pulling it out from the top.

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