I need to R&R the rear tranny seal. Is there any special procedure or surprises on 2002 Chevrolet Camaro

to watch out for?

by in Newburgh, IN on March 07, 2012
1 answer 6 comments
ANSWER by on March 07, 2012
remove the driveshaft and the seal is there. the problem is that in most cases, the rear bushing in the trans is the real reason for the seal failure. if you replace it and it still leaks, then you will need to take it to a shop for further repairs. Roy
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
The application is for my 2002 Camaro SS. Is the bushing a pressed fit?
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
yes, pressed into the output housing. Roy
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
Are there any special procedures to R&R the rear output shaft housing?
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
remove the crossmember, bullet for the speedometer and then the 4 bolts for the housing. Roy
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
Thanks. The old teflon bushing was shot.
COMMENT by on March 07, 2012
just what i thought good job Roy