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[help] Rubber Pieces inside Clutch inspection cover

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  1. SnakeBoostE85

    SnakeBoostE85 whipped and korned Established Member

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    This has me pretty concerned. Can anyone identify what this rubber piece is? I found it all chewed up inside my clutch inspection cover.

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    P49Y-CY selfie deaths ftw Established Member

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    that top pic looks like it's part of the rubber plug that goes in the hole in the block (driver side) to remove automatic transmissions. is that still there?
     
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    SnakeBoostE85 whipped and korned Established Member

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    bump…
     
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    SnakeBoostE85 whipped and korned Established Member

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    Certainly possible… I noticed a tiny ford logo on one of the pieces… So if it came off the block, I won't be able to see it. Is this a problem if that rubber plug is missing?
     
  5. SnakeBoostE85

    SnakeBoostE85 whipped and korned Established Member

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    OK confirmed…. its the rubber plug that goes into the block in front of the flywheel… was even able to match a piece of the part number from one of the chewed up pieces. Thanks for the tip P49Y-CY, you nailed it and lowered my blood pressure. :)

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