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hello, i have a 94 mustang gt 5speed manual transmission. recently i just replaced the rear transmission seal, and put fluid in the trans. the trans was pretty dry when i replaced the seal. would i need to take tranny out to get fluid into the torque converter? because now when i ease off the clutch (from a stop) in first gear my whole car shakes really bad. its never done this before. and it also does it when i shift into 2nd and sometimes i can feel it alittle in 3rd gear. if you have any info for me please help..
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project, i was just told by a buddy that i had one lol. i am not a mech at all just know a little here and there. but i replaced the seal were the drive shaft and tranny meet. i pulled the drive shaft off and then pried off the old seal, which has that rubber cone looking peice on it. put knew seal back on. then i added 2qts of fluid. which i know i need a little bit more, because i can barely feel the fluid in the tranny as it is. but like i said before it was pretty low when i got to replacing the old seal.
interesting, shows how much i know about manual transmission, from what i quickly looked up there should be a plug on the transmission that when opened transmission fluid should come out if over filled. if this is the case then i would open plug, fill tranny till fluid comes out of plug, close plug and call it a day.
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