hello I recently bought a 92 Mustang GT 5speed wrecked to do a 5 speed swap on my 89 lx car has sat 10years do you think this would of hurt the internals of the tranny? Thank you!! -joe

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As long as there wasn't any moisture inside it should be good.

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this car sat outside for quite a while with no drive shaft in it I just didn't know if the hot and cold temperatures over the years with true condensation inside of it? maybe I should change the fluid and try it!! Thanks alot-joe

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Change the lubricant in the transmission and give it a try.

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