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Question Is this where my trans probe goes?

My trucks a six speed and i didnt think they had a place for the trans probe but i was under the truck yesterday and noticed this bolt. is this it??



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Don't believe so, isn't that just behind the starter on the bellhousing? Could be wrong on both.

I think most drill and tap a hole in the PTO cover on the driver's side.

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hmm, anybody else know what it might be? Its on the transmission itself. Passenger side near the front?


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On an auto the instructions say drivers side, its a copper color........ Ya probably not any help

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Sorry, if you meant that plastic piece sticking out, that's the back side of the clutch fork pivot bushing. Drilling or pushing that piece out will be a job to replace.

Drill and tap the PTO cover on the driver's side below the fill plug height is what I would do.

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