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  1. Thank you for the responses everyone. Wildcat465, I have reached out the technical advisor you recommended, thank you for the tip! As far the car and transmission goes, before pulling the engine, the car had barely over 115,000 miles, without ever being breached. While the engine sat before starting the rebuild of the engine, I didn't notice any leaks of any kind from the transmission. The engine was another story, but as the car sat for quite some time before without being started, deteriorated seals were to be expected. Upon cleaning the engine and transmission it was seen that some orange R
  2. Hello Everyone, I have a few questions about the 325-4L transmission. How dependable are these transmissions as far as general usability? Are there any warning signs to look out for as far as signs of condition deterioration? I'm in the process of restoring an '83 Buick Riviera and it's come down to whether or not the transmission needs to be rebuilt along with the engine. The last time the car was in a driving condition (if you would call it that) by all accounts the transmission appeared to be shifting and acting accordingly. I'm now approaching the end of the engine rebuild, which consisted
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