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high Oil level in transmission - powerflite may be a problem!

From: tim
Email: tim@signsbyknight.com.au
Remote Name: 144.137.97.134
Date: September 28, 2003

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After a successful drive on the weekend. minus reverse and not driving over 50 The car performed faultlessly. Thanks to Hank for the info about the noise. Gave me a bit of confindence delivering the bride on time and not breaking down on the way!! Its was the star of a wedding on Friday night No one knew what it was. Ford? Chev? They saw the plymouth badge and said " Ford Plymouth maybe?" NO, Hell NO. Plymouth is a car in its own right! mother company is Chrysler. ( Correct me if i'm incorrect here please. I'm not completely sure how to explain it to people. Anyway. When Checking the trans oil level in neutral running its fine. But when switched off and left for a while the oil level is right up on the dipstick. Is that Right? i'm guessing here but it would be a least 3 times the original mark in height if that makes senses. Thanks tim

 


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