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Old January 4th, 2009, 06:48
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Vibration/Noise issue solved!

I have to post this because there has to be someone else out there as dumb as me that would do this. I installed a new TC with a SYE. After that I still had a weird noise/vibration issue. 4-LO also would not stay in. Been like this for months. I discovered that I put the transmission mount with the 4 bolts coming out on backwards. See in the following picture how the bolts are closer to one side. So when I stuck the cross member back on and bolted it up everything was pulled to the side by about 1.25". This moved my shift linkage up against the wall and made it crooked. It also caused my drive shafts to be shifted to the side and not lined up with the diffs. I never noticed this. Although I do remember fighting the crossmember to line up.
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