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Hello
I dropped the pan on my 92 Sport,and there was this yellowish white
plastic part laying in the pan. It sort of looks like a thimble with
a spike on one end and an 'O'ring at the base. For the life of me I
can't find where it goes. The Haynes manual doesn't mention it and there are no pictures that show anything like it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Rich



 

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Maybe the Plastic Plunger A-Train was talking about?

STEP #5: Remove the transmission pan by loosening the 14, 10mm pan bolts. By draining the transmission through the cooler lines, the pan will therefore have less than a quart of ATF in it. Drop the pan carefully to avoid spilling any remaining ATF. Remove the filter assembly and verify the filter seal was removed from the bore. Drop the filter into the pan. Discard the plastic plunger that may be floating in the pan. It was used to plug the dip stick hole during the factory assembly. Allow the transmission to drip thoroughly before removing the main controls (valve body).
 
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