TR 3650 02 Mustang GT standard transmission rebuild overview

An in between footage of rebuilding this 5-speed out of my 02 Mustang GT. I just finished putting it back together and should have it in the car by noon tomorrow. It was hard to put the large snap ring back on at the end. Edit: now the transmission is in the car and works really well. Just like new actually.

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