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AntecK7
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Anyone have any reccommendations? Seems like a lot of the old shops have closed down.

The Clutch reservoir ran low, so have Air in the system. Its on a 05 GTO.

1/22/2019 11:08:01 AM

Dr Pepper
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Are you just bleeding the hydraulics, then?

1/22/2019 12:49:37 PM

Air
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You don't need a transmission shop to do that work.

I have two shops who I would recommend
Epic Auto off of capital/greshams lake. Tech there has a GTO so he knows what to do
GMP in Apex, three GM master techs there also.


You could just bleed it. If its like the F-body, its a pain but possible to do. That doesnt fix the leak though.

Pretty much need to remove the trans and replace the slave cylinder. Might as well put a remote bleeder and replace the line while you are there. If you have the funds, do the clutch at the same time.

1/22/2019 3:19:32 PM

GrimReap3r
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is the GTO stock? do you have any need to have the T-56 rebuilt?

1/22/2019 8:17:01 PM

AntecK7
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Its not pushing things, its about 375 to the wheels and 75k.

I figure it is the slave, hence the desire to take it too a shop that knows what the fuck they are doing. I'm considering a LS7 clutch installed instead of the LS2.

1/23/2019 12:17:53 AM

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