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Old 02-23-2007, 10:56 PM   #1
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I'm putting in a transmission in my 95 se ... The unit has 78K. What all gaskets and seals would you replace on the trans???

Part numbers would be great ...

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Buy the master rebuild kit. There are HUNDREDS of part numbers.

If you've never rebuilt a FWD trans, good luck.
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I bought a haynes repair manual for gm automatic transmission overhaul for $20 from autozone. I have rebuilt several transmissions using only that book and no other schooling other then what I learn from the teardown. all of the transmissions have worked great for some time now, and I am now getting jobs from other people to rebuild them. I found the book to be great, it is full of step by step pictures and descriptions.
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Buy the master rebuild kit. There are HUNDREDS of part numbers.

If you've never rebuilt a FWD trans, good luck.
Boss, you might want to elaborate on the different kits that are available.
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Whoa, gentlemen. I don't think (could be wrong) that he said he needed to rebuild the trans. Just swapping one in and wants to know what seals to change before doing that. If so, Lefty, see my previous answer and link to you on that same question.
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