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Hey all! So I have a 1967 C20 to work on, may even get to buy it :)

 

I believe it has a turbo 400 trans in it, and wondering if there is a notorious leak spot? Definitely good drip, but underside is so filthy hard to pinpoint, thought I would check before I go to power wash the underside ha.

 

Some pics, if helps...thank you!

 

 

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Speedo connection. Manual shift lever seal. Rear seal. Front Seal. Pan gasket

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Speedo connection. Manual shift lever seal. Rear seal. Front Seal. Pan gasket

This.

:happysad:

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lol all the things!?

 

Speedo seal looks like more constant leak to me yeah?

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You wanted to know "notorious" leak spots...................

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My son has a '69 with the same problem....not sure what he's gonna do though.Like you said clean it up and run it to see where the leak is.

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Sometimes the seals will quit leaking by just driving it once in while.

 

 

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So its definitely the speedo gear and housing. Pulled it out tonight finally, seals destroyed, housing has crack, yeah. Initially I brake-cleaned the whole area, then saw drips forming out of the cable lol.

 

Now, where the heck can I find a complete assembly? Housing, gear, and all o-rings/seals. LMC and rockauto have nothing that I can find.

 

I know it is 45 tooth gear, and housing is labeled 40,41,42, and 43.

 

Thank you!

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