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Since it looks like I have no flow in my tranny, and the pump is the culprit... how hard is it to swap one out? What steps are involved, and what's the parts list needed (seals, gaskets, etc).

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Pull the tranny out. Take the converter off. Sit the tranny up on end. Take all the pump bolts out. Pull the pump out. You will need a speacial puller to pull the pump out. You will need another pump gasket. A new or rebuilt pump is usually around $200
 

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Pull the tranny out. Take the converter off. Sit the tranny up on end. Take all the pump bolts out. Pull the pump out. You will need a special puller to pull the pump out. You will need another pump gasket. A new or rebuilt pump is usually around $200

Thanks. Just like I thought it would be like. Although, I like wrenchturner05's price quote better...

"sounds like you guys have bad front pumps, try checking your fluid pressure, if you don't have any, or if it's low, get a new one from w.i.t. it's about $30"

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