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che57vy
    
Automatic Transmission with water in it, when should I drain out the water??
I recently bought a Turbo 350 transmission core for rebuilding, and I think it has water in it. I don't plan to use it right away, but I was wondering if I should drain the water / fluid remains, or just let it soak in the watery fluid and drain it when it is time for rebuild ?? Thanks.
posted: April 21, 2011
 
    
 
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txbuckeyebandit
    
Drain water and oil,so it don't do any more damage to the valve body, then put in new fluids till ready to rebuild, don't forget the torke-converter
posted:  April 22, 2011
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