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Ventura 1976 350 5.7L - What is this ?

melsg5

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are you checking the fluid level with a warm engine after shifting through all gears and the shifter in park?
 

Ventura76

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Thank you guys!

Yes before driving the beast, I shift (foot on the brake) from reverse to all the Gears a few times with a hot engine. I had a good level after 7 quarter of ATF. I drove 25 miles today and no leak.

Doug, I hope to get a 10 point at the local snow mug and rust show ;-) next winter

I will open a new thread for the hoses and plugs unplugged

Happy 4th of July!
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Ventura76

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I spent a lot of time trying to live in the USA but unfortunately it was not legally possible for me so here I am, 6 months of the year under 5 feet of snow just to be next to you guys ;-)
 

92 Sunbird LE

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I sent out a help on the HBody forums for your vacumn guide/pic.

Some of the guys work at GM dealerships so I may be able to find something.

LOL on the snow , thats why I left NY. It snowed one time in June and that was the final straw :mad:............. I still have the old coal shovel I found in my first house there ........I keep it as a "snow memory". ;)

Doug in P.R.:cool:
 
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