Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Glen Alpine, NC, USA
Sorry man, not yet. I got side tracked with exterior visual confirmation of various seal leaks and they are being replaced at this time.
Since I did have a main seal leak without clutch damage, it appears the drain/inspection hole thing may be overkill. It looks like periodic close inspection of the clutch housing seams will show indications of leaks in plenty of time. My slave cylinder is being drilled at this time also, that is still the quickest way to verify any leaks in that area.
FWIW, if you just want a drain hole, right at the bottom of the clutch housing in the center, where I had that red dot in a previous post, will miss the stiffening flanges and about 3/4" fwd of the tranny seam would be good. There is quite a bit of room inside the housing, but I would still wrap some tape on a drill bit to act as a drill stop. Leave about 3/16" of drill protruding beyond the tape. Masking tape works well.
2004 - LT - Anthracite