A scraped friction will measure about 0. What do they normally change when they make them full manual? The late retainers will work in a transmission that originally used the early type retainer, but not vice versa. There are thicker intermediate steel plates available if need to tighten up the clutch pack clearance. Forward clutch pack clearances can be tighter than usual; however it must have some clearance. Most shift kits come with upgraded separator plate gaskets right. Check the bore in the case for scratches or other damage if the spring was found broken.
Step 6: Install the governor cover retainer by hooking the straight end into the hole in the upper part of the case. The piston is about 0. It is bolted to the back of the engine; the starter motor turns the large gear welded to its outer edge. Ensure the lugs of the direct drum are engaged with the sun shell. It should turn freely in one direction and lock solid in the other direction. If you can find instructions for installing that type of manual valve body, it will tell you what was modified. Tighten a couple of the bolts gently to keep the valve body in position.
Step 3: The case bushing is driven in from the front. Removing the wave plate will cause harsh forward engagement. Step 2: Install the spring cage over the apply piston. Then install the 3-tang thrust washer onto the top ring gear. Step 8: Put a new pump gasket in place; slide it down carefully over the alignment studs. Refer to build manual for locations Drums installed in the transmission case.
All transbrake applications will require dual feed of the direct clutch, possibly as well as manual valve bodies. Minor scratches are okay, but deep grooves here are not acceptable. Step 10: Tap the pump gently into place with a wooden-handled hammer or dead blow hammer. You can see both the valley and peak designs below. I will replace dipstick and kick down cable o-rings today. Thread repairs are covered in Chapter 2 and need to be done before you begin reassembly. Note the location of the retaining spring in the case.
It removes the bushing without gouging the case. You need to clean the case well enough to locate any cracks prior to assembly. The head of the bolt can be slotted so a screwdrive can be used. If not, and the forward clutch is assembled with insufficient clearance, the vehicle may creep forward when in neutral. Check the output shaft for proper rotation, there will be some drag, especially in one direction.
The installation of an aftermarket shift kit usually requires that some of the valves be removed and the springs be replaced. I address each part individually as I proceed with the assembly. Truth is; I'm kinda wienie-ing about cannibalizing my other trans. If you drill the holes too big the shifts become too harsh at light throttle openings. Does the manual valve body keeps higher pressure gauge shows 35psi - 40 psi at all times? Sun Gear Bushings Removal and Installation Step 1: Use a sharp punch to drive out the upper bushing inside the sun gear. Output Shaft Front Bushing Removal and Replacement Step 1: Clamp the output shaft in a vise with soft jaws.
Could just be the valve body sticking from sitting so long. I always thought that the non band apply was so that you didn't scatter pieces when you screwed up. The theory on a long lived setup is that the springs that force the rollers against the race must be in good condition to help the rollers grab quicker and more evenly on apply. Step 2: Install new seals on the apply piston, lips facing down, and install the apply piston in the drum. Step 6: Install the snap ring and release the spring compressor. Bushings are critical in that they allow the rotating parts to ride true on center, and for the lube to make it to the rear of the trans. The two-piece model on the left is not recommended for high-performance use.
Next day, right side completely dry but since left side was sitting lower it started to leak. Notice how the retaining spring also loads the center support against the case lugs, and how much clearance is present. Step 6: Install the case to tail housing seal as shown. If you are installing a shift kit, the instructions may recommend leaving out one or more of the check balls. The trans works great as far as shifting goes.
If the trans was assembled per the valve body instructions, it wont have an intermediate band or governer, and you wont be able to just swap valve bodies, you will either a need to tear the trans down, or b swap trans, in your situation, probably the best bet. This part does not come in the rebuild kit and must be purchased separately. I usually block th 2-3 accumulator. May consider use of teflon bushing, only a lubrication passage, no pressure, no lateral loading. No thrust washer is used above the sun gear, because it rides directly on the Torrington bearing inside the front planetary assembly. The increase in pressure will cause the fluid to move faster and shifts to be firmer.