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|Item||Part #||Quantity||Amount||Status||Tracking Number||Ship Date|
|Under Cover||5144112140||1||$40.95||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Radiator Assembly Lower Bracket||1653511030||2||$56.58||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Bolt W Washer||9011906334||2||$2.66||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Under Cover Bolt||9008011262||3||$2.55||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Under Cover Bolt||9015960323||1||$1.04||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Rocker Molding Grommet||9018906006||1||$1.29||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
|Lighter Assembly||8550012240||1||$32.16||Shipped||Local Pickup||Mar 15, 2021|
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|Eng Info Label||1129116080||1||$3.72||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Rocker Molding Grommet||9018906006||1||$1.29||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Under Cover Bolt||9015960323||1||$1.04||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Pan Gasket||3516832010||1||$14.06||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Under Cover Bolt||9008011262||5||$4.25||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Protector Wiring Ha||828171a070||1||$14.12||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Bolt W Washer||9011906334||4||$5.32||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Bolt W Washer||9011908813||2||$2.66||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Bolt Union||9040112097||1||$3.92||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Bolt W Washer||9165160625||2||$1.88||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Plug Transmission C||9034118002||1||$4.89||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Plug Sub-Assembly W Hea||9034118021||1||$3.10||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Transfer Case Shift Shaft Seal||9043018008||3||$4.56||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Drain Plug||9034118016||1||$2.46||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Engine Valve Cover Grommet||9021006010||4||$4.88||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Nut Cap||9017606028||4||$4.88||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|By-Pass Hose Clamp||9613551300||4||$11.60||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Cowl Grille Clip||904670704522||4||$6.08||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Trans Pan Bolt||9008011496||15||$11.70||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Clip||9046814033||1||$1.22||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Transmission Filter||3533020012||1||$31.20||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Bolt W Washer||9011906398||2||$2.08||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Distributor O-Ring||9009914127||1||$4.27||Shipped||Apr 1, 2021|
|Filler Pipe Upper Bracket||77218-12030||1||$12.85||-|
|Filler Pipe Lower Bracket||77216-02010||1||$10.99||-|
|Bolt W Washer||90119-06398||2||$2.08||-|
|Spare Carrier Bolt||90119-10252||1||$1.96||-|
|Connector Hose Clamp||90460-46005||2||$15.98||-|
|Connector Hose Clamp||90460-22001||2||$12.58||-|
|Tube Fuel Main||77251-12560||1||$44.56||-|
|Tube Fuel Return||77255-12500||1||$35.65||-|
|Bolt W Washer||91651-60625||2||$1.88||-|
|Mount Strap Bolt||90080-11267||2||$2.44||-|
|Lower Pipe Gasket||77178-20030||1||$1.48||-|
|Screw W Washer||90159-A0057||5||$3.15||-|
I've been checking the carFax records going back as far as 1998 with detailed services starting in early 2000 at 36k milesI'm not sure how common the rear oil seal leak is. It would require separating the engine and transmission, so removing the engine/transmission or possibly just the transmission. My 1990 with 4A-FE engine and A131L transmission has a lot of oil around that area. I'm not sure if it's just the oil pan leaking or the rear seal, and it's not worth pulling the engine/transmission to fix, but I would consider removing the oil pan and resealing it.
It looks like you got the parts to drop the transmission pan and replace the filter. I did this last year on my 1990 and I'm going to have to do it again to remove the valve body. The transmission stopped locking up the torque converter at 45 MPH, and I'm hoping I'll find something wrong with one of the valves. I posted a few pictures of dropping the pan and replacing the filter in my thread about the lock-up problem.
I'm guessing that the PS fluid is darker because it travels through more rubber hose than the transmission fluid does.
Those clips may be under the protective strips so you can't see them. Something should be holding the pipes. Maybe you are missing just a few of them.The diagram is mildly confusing with the numbered boxes at the bottom, which don't seem to apply to this car unless they are missing underneath from that brake line job many years ago
I took off one clip from the channel to peek, tried the 2nd clip and it broke and pried the channel a bit more and could not see any holders under there yet and put the protective channel back togetherThose clips may be under the protective strips so you can't see them. Something should be holding the pipes. Maybe you are missing just a few of them.
now i am wondering if the car HAS to be on a relative level surface (and not tilted too high on one side) to properly drain the differential, like i do for the engine oil change, jack the car up to reach the drain plug from the front, then lower the jack so all 4 wheels on the ground.It looks like you got the parts to drop the transmission pan and replace the filter. I did this last year on my 1990 and I'm going to have to do it again to remove the valve body. The transmission stopped locking up the torque converter at 45 MPH, and I'm hoping I'll find something wrong with one of the valves. I posted a few pictures of dropping the pan and replacing the filter in my thread about the lock-up problem.
i would not have any clue how to get the shoulders underneath if it was not elevated!You probably want the front elevated, to get the best draining action from the differential.