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Broke off a piece of my transmission, what's it for?

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65kcode Ivan Schlutz
Longmont, CO, USA   USA
Hi everyone

I have been reading lots of great information, helping build one G60 out of the two I have. One I bought years ago from an insurance yard, it only has 4100 miles on it, the other one is the body I am transfering everything into.

The question I have is about the transmission. When I was cleaning it up and getting to install I noticed a small piece broken off it. I dont think I need that piece on there for anything, but I thought I bette I ask you guys first. I attached two photos one of the broken piece and one of the piece on a picture I took from the net.

I want to thank everyone for all the great information on the site, I dont know if this build would have been possible without it.

thank you

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-12-30 08:45 PM by Skye.

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65kcode Ivan Schlutz
Longmont, CO, USA   USA
I meant to say "My first first post" for the subject.

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Skye Webmaster Skye Nott
Vancouver, BC, Canada   CAN
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I'd go check my G60 but it's in storage for winter and I can't get to it... from the first photo it looks like some kind of mount hole?

I seem to remember there's a tab on the intercooler down pipe for bolting somewhere, maybe that's what it was for.

Hopefully someone that can actually go look under their hood can chime in with a more definitive answer grinning smiley


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