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Username Post: Replacing Kickdown Cable        (Topic#367028)
carolinakid 
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Loc: Erwin NC
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11-23-21 01:56 PM - Post#2831338    

Have TH350 Transmission in my 56. Kick down cable casing has developed a crack and is leaking Trans Fluid. Can Cable be replace with out dropping transmission? Believe the cable has a hock on it and hooks on to something in transmission. Was wondering if dropping the pan would help attaching it internally. Thanks



 


GreatNorthWoods 
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11-24-21 04:15 AM - Post#2831370    
    In response to carolinakid

You definitely should not have to drop the transmission. It's been a few years but as I remember, if the linkage is still sticking up out of the hole where the cable bolts then you can just hook the new kickdown cable to it but if the linkage has fallen down into the pan it may require removing the pan.



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carolinakid 
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11-24-21 10:02 AM - Post#2831393    
    In response to GreatNorthWoods

Thank you much, memory refreshed!



 


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