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Thank you, RR. After cleaning the bellhousing out...

Thank you, RR. After cleaning the bellhousing out a little yesterday, I noticed the bolt ring. Looks easy enough to access.
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Oil in Bellhousing 91 GMC Sierra

I'm currently replacing the clutch (clutch disc, pressure plate, release bearing, etc.) in my 91 GMC Sierra 4.3 liter 5 speed manual. When I dropped the transmission, there was oil inside the...
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I decided to stick with the bronze bushing after...

I decided to stick with the bronze bushing after reading up on the bearings. However, I ordered a new one since I scarred to other one trying to get it out.
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That is amazing. I would never have guessed that...

That is amazing. I would never have guessed that was going to work. Saw online where someone used a Craftsman 3/8 extension, turned it around to use to compress the grease. The extension fit...
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Would you replace this bushing with the a roller...

Would you replace this bushing with the a roller bearing? I'm going to trying your suggestion, but if I still can't get it out, is there anything wrong with keeping the bushing? I guess it was just...
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I'm not sure how I posted the image twice. I'm...

I'm not sure how I posted the image twice. I'm concerned I've perhaps jacked this up now trying to remove it. There's no way this ever had roller pins. Now going to the task of removing this one,...
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https://www.doityourself.com/forum/attachment.php?...

https://www.doityourself.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=105083&stc=1&d=1558304419
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Existing Clutch/Flywheel Pilot Bearing - No Roller Pins

I'm trying to remove my old pilot bearing and can't get it out, but that's not my question. My existing pilot bearing does not have roller pins like my new one. I'm fairly sure they're never were...
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VIN Decoder

Anyone know of a good online VIN decoder? I don't mind paying a few dollars to get a good one. I used one a few months ago, but can't remember what I did with the report or the website. The data was...
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Thanks again for the posts. I was able to...

Thanks again for the posts. I was able to manipulate the transmission over the exhaust pipes. It wasn't easy, but we got it out. Putting it back in will be fun, LOL.
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Thanks for the reply. After removing more of the...

Thanks for the reply. After removing more of the shifter assembly, I think we can move the transmission back enough to clear the exhaust pipes (instead of dropping straight down where the exhaust...
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Exhaust pipes blocking transmission removal

I'm looking for some suggestions. I'm replacing the clutch in my 91 GMC Sierra. Drive shaft removed, now going to remove some of the exhaust that's in the way. Problem is, this stuff is old as dirt....
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Not sure what exactly isn't working. I'll take it...

Not sure what exactly isn't working. I'll take it apart this weekend and go from there. I'm guessing the piston sticking in the bore.
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I usually do it myself (had a repair shop do it...

I usually do it myself (had a repair shop do it once while I was on the road, out-of-state). I'm already looking for better parts (OEM) to my next repair. I talk about selling it, but I couldn't do...
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I very much enjoy my Jeep, but this is driving me...

I very much enjoy my Jeep, but this is driving me to the point of considering selling it. It seems to be down more than it's up and running. Luckily I have a spare vehicle, one that doesn't need the...
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Jeep calipers sticking

I have a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK. I barely have 40K miles on it. I have replaced, different calipers, 5-6 times over the 40K miles. What the heck is going on? I just changed the right front only 10...
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Found the problem, it WAS a dimmer, a remotely...

Found the problem, it WAS a dimmer, a remotely controlled dimmer. I took the fan down just to check out the wiring, etc. I forgot I installed a receiver in the circuit several years ago. It was...
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Bulbs are good, tried a couple of them in...

Bulbs are good, tried a couple of them in different fixtures and they work properly.

There's no dimmer switch for the fan. The smart bulbs don't require a dimmer switch. The ability to dim is...
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The fan can be turned off by a switch on the wall...

The fan can be turned off by a switch on the wall (toggle switch). We installed the smart bulbs in order to adjust the light bulb intensity, schedule on/off or just to be lazy at the couch and tell...
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Thank you for the response. I apologize as I'm...

Thank you for the response. I apologize as I'm not sure what you mean by device. It's a Hunter ceiling fan with 5 chandelier-type fixtures. There's a chain at the fan to turn the lights on/off and a...
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Posted By WilliamH4

Phantom Voltage

I installed 5 Philips Hue white smart bulbs last night in a ceiling fan. The lights will still flicker and/or have some very slight illumination even after turning them off. Reading through some...
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There's a Jiffy Lube less than 2 miles from my...

There's a Jiffy Lube less than 2 miles from my home. I figured I would just take it there for an oil change in the morning. Unless even going a couple miles is a bad idea. No warranty. It's still a...
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Accidentally added a quart of ATF to oil

I accidentally added a quart of ATF to my van's oil. I haven't overfilled, just added enough but added ATF. Do I need to drain the oil now? If there's even the slightest chance I'll mess something...
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If the oil is low in the transmission, I'm going...

If the oil is low in the transmission, I'm going to feel like a total moron. I have never checked the fluid level in the transmission. No dipstick up top made it easy to forget.
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