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Broke the trans temp sender...now what?? :( HELP!!!!!!!

Stupid me over-tightened the trans temp sender in the test port on the side of the transmission and it broke..... My question is, what now? It is leaking fluid when running now of course... Have a few ideas but I want to see what you all have to say about it. 99 7.3 auto. Help me!!!! I hate life right now.



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Stock pan? if it is and I were you JB weld it and call it good get a new sender and save up for a Mag Hytec pan.

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Stock pan yes, but the test port is on the tranny itself. Was thinking about dropping the pan and trying to tap it out again at the same size? Or punching it out then praying the threads aren't effed up. Thoughts?



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Or...could i weld it and tap the stock pan to hold the sender?



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Sorry assuption is you know what just thought it was the pan SOOO on sencond thought yes if you can remove pan drill and use a ez out if you can get then up in there. Can you get a right angle drill up in there?

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