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Old 02-28-2015, 05:01 PM   #1
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Has anyone replaced a 6R80 tailhousing bushing?

Had a shop take a look at the driveline to check out some vibration/noise issues since having my gears done (to fix a botched dealer install). Looks like everything was OK; the old gears and bearings were so noisy they were masking all the normal noise.

The shop did notice some extra play at the transmission yoke and a slight fluid leak. They suggested a new bushing in the future, but didn't feel it needed to be done now. Having trouble finding part numbers and more info; has anyone done this on the V6 autos?

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Finally think I found a good exploded view...looks like they may use a needle bearing instead of a bushing. Can anyone confirm?
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