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Old 09-17-2000, 10:42 PM
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Mr. Bill

I'm not a pro and I'm sure those who are will correct me if I'm wrong.

It's my understanding that one sign of a faulty B2 tranny piston is a car that will not engage forward gears, but still operates in reverse. The reverse gear works; the forward gears do not.

Not sure I follow the clutch material helping clutch to function with existing brown tranny fluid? I'd change the tranny fluid and filter a couple of times. It might clear things up. My 2 cents.

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Mike Murrell
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