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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    700R ?

    I accidently overfilled my tranny and drove it for about 30 miles.

    Could the overfill damage the trans?

    It seems fine, but just wanted to know the issues if any of overfilling it.

    Drained it down to the proper level.

    Just got in a hurry and didn't heat it up properly before I checked it.
    I have a tiny leak at the speedo cable and need to replace the o-ring in it.


    TIA

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    Most of the time it will blow it out of the vent tube ..i do not think you hurt anything..

    i have done this myself before with NO collateral damage.

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    i think the most it will do is blow the front or rear seal. im sure there is someone that will correct me if im wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lookingaround
    i think the most it will do is blow the front or rear seal. im sure there is someone that will correct me if im wrong.
    No thats just ice cream :shock: :P :P :P


    Seriously, thanks guys... :wink:

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    Re: 700R ?

    Quote Originally Posted by chevguy65
    I accidently overfilled my tranny and drove it for about 30 miles.

    Could the overfill damage the trans?

    It seems fine, but just wanted to know the issues if any of overfilling it.

    Drained it down to the proper level.

    Just got in a hurry and didn't heat it up properly before I checked it.
    I have a tiny leak at the speedo cable and need to replace the o-ring in it.


    TIA
    A 700R either runs fine, or it's screwed up. If it runs fine, your tranny is fine. Make sure the throttle valve cable adjustment is correct. That's the #1 killer of 'em, after heat.

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