For those who are interested, we’ll hit the high points of the repair. Basically, you drill out the damaged threads, tap new threads for the insert, and install the insert and roll pin that holds it in place. I was able to do the entire job with the engine still in the car over a couple of days. This tool cuts a seat for the thread insert to rest on. The red stuff is TransJel transmission assembly lube I spread on to catch some of the aluminum shavings.