its a very easy doable job for a somewhat experienced person all your really doing is lowering the tranny pan pulling the valve body, updating the 1-2 and 2-3 shift accumilators and drilling a couple holes in the valve body bigger and bang your done also if the fluid is still original i would highly suggest unless your tbird is really high milage switching to mercon V tranny fluid
As long as it's in March, I'll definately be able to come. Hopefully I'll have my damn seat motors fixed so I can actually bolt them in (they stuck all the way forward and won't go back...new AND old seats).
The entire month of April is booked up for me due to our refueling outage. Six 12 hour days a week...
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