<VV> 1964 powerglide transmission still leaks a little, where? / Belts
ivaldes at hal-pc.org
Sat Apr 7 17:38:04 EDT 2018
Now that the motor is out, what can I do to buy or build a waist-high
engine stand to re-work the engine?
The parts list so far:
Engine grommet set
Engine gasket least complete set
2 choke upper rods 1 choke lower rod
Transaxle gasket set.
Shifter cable grommet.
Fuel Line set
#10 x 1/2 sheet metal screws Home store
#10 x 32 from Clarks qty 10 or 12.
15/16 head nuts 12 grade 8 with washers
Tom Knoblauch San Antonio for machining the heads.
Differential gasket set
Transmission gasket set
Powder coater on Jones rd in Houston to do shrouds.
On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 4:33 PM, Ignacio Valdes <ivaldes at hal-pc.org> wrote:
> Thanks. With the help of Corvair Houston members today we decided to just
> take the whole motor out. See attached pictures. Multiple problems were
> found including a blown head gasket, blocked air passages, caked fan belt
> powder everywhere, and multiple leaks. The plan is to get the removed heads
> to Tom Knoblauch for machining, gasket sets from Clark's and while we are
> at it all the shrouds and fan and visible bay parts are going to be taken
> for cleaning and powder coating. It is all apart right now. We hope to
> have another weekend session to have it all back together sometime in May.
> -- IV
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 10:33 PM, Joel McGregor <joel at joelsplace.com>
>> Just to summarize leak locations:
>> 1) TV o-ring
>> 2) Governor o-ring
>> 3) Shift cable o-ring
>> 4) Shift cable housing cracks
>> 5) Pan gasket
>> 6) Dipstick tube connection
>> 7) Front pump o-ring/gasket/bolts
>> 8) Rear seal
>> 9) Stator shaft o-ring in differential
>> 10) Modulator gasket
>> 2 seals and one pinion adjuster o-ring sealing transmission fluid from
>> As suggested yours is probably 1, 2, 3 or 4
>> Joel McGregor
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