How to correctly remove front seal behind the torque converter on the transmission input shaft on my A-727. .

Asked by Jul 13, 2013 at 04:26 PM about the 1968 Plymouth GTX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have removed the torque converter from the transmission input shaft and want to replace the old seal. How do you remove it without messing up the shaft? Tried to use a
screwdriver to pry it out but it wont budge. Is there a special type of puller I can get?
68' GTX 440 with A-727 torqueflite.

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I would put the trans. In a truck or trunk of a car and take to a transmission repair place for them to do it. Probably take them 2 minutes as they have the tools and the experience . How much could they charge you? Call first so you can get it done while you wait.

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