Check and see if it had one from the factory first. Many transmission pans don't use a gasket. They use ATF-rated RTV isntead. Don't use just any RTV; the extra detergents and stuff in ATF will eat through regular RTV.Yeah it definitely needs that. The old one is full on sticking out in the rusted corner
...That would explain why my search for the part is going so poorly lmaoCheck and see if it had one from the factory first. Many transmission pans don't use a gasket. They use ATF-rated RTV isntead. Don't use just any RTV; the extra detergents and stuff in ATF will eat through regular RTV.
It's never occurred to me that that's why "car keys" is in plural.You also forgot the fun American car characteristic of having the doors and the ignition keyed differently - hence "car keys" (plural) being common rather than the singular.
Yes.Does "Gold Key" mean you actually got a gold plated key? I'm guessing it was stamped from the same recycled oil barrels as the other GM keys of the era.
This is amazing.My Acclaim has the most keys of any car I've had. One for the driver's door (passenger side barrel mechanism is missing), one for the ignition and one for the boot, the fuel filler flap is a screwdriver special because I snapped the door key in it within 30mins of buying the car...
Apparently it's supposed to be one key for everything but the missing/broken locks, cracked ignition surrounding and taped up ignition wires suggest the car has been broken into and hotwired at least once.