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so i bought the corvette servo, with longer pin off ebay, bcz the guys at aamaco trans. told me my servo was going bad , they said they dont even hafta pull the tranny to install the servo, so was wondering if its diy possible, anybody ever done it???
 

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Did they tell you to buy it? Or did you just buy it yourself? Servos are hard parts, I've never heard of one breaking. You may have a leak in the seals though. You can replace the seals yourself, but it's a sucky job with the trans in the car. You'll need to remove the passenger side catalytic converter and trim the heat shield to get it out. You'll need a replacement servo o-ring set from any trans parts vendor.
 

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they told me, my servo was going bad, they were ganna charge like 90 bucks to replace it, i bought one myself on ebay, and figured if they could do it in the car i could..
 

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they told me, my servo was going bad, they were ganna charge like 90 bucks to replace it, i bought one myself on ebay, and figured if they could do it in the car i could..
If your car has the LT1 you already have/had the Corvette servo.

I have never heard of one going bad either, just the rare servo o-ring failure...
 
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