Replace the bushing in this planet. Using snap ring pliers, remove the snap ring. You may have to push each roller in slightly to get it started. Almost any driver larger than the seal works for this purpose. Step 4: Install the support plate bolts; carefully line up all of the gaskets, separator plate bolt, and oil holes. Payment is expected within 3 days of purchase or you can email me with the reason within those three days I am very lenient so I am willing to listen.
Governor Installation Step 1: Locate the governor, governor housing, and retainer. A power washer removes heavy deposits from the case. I talked to the owner and told him what I was going to use my car for. Endplay should be no more than. It has good pictures, a lot of good info, but has some outdated info. Intermediate piston installed Sealing rings on the pump stator. Be sure to also check the case very closely for cracks.
Eventually, that crud will be pumped out into the new transmission. It can be difficult to get a good grip on it; the outer snap ring and clutch and steel plates can be removed if needed left. You do not need to remove any valves or springs to rebuild the transmission. He sold me a couple, and just swapped for a couple of others. Forward Clutch Disassembly Step 1: You are now ready to rebuild and install the forward clutch assembly. Step 4: On the left is the aftermarket bolt-in center support and stronger roller clutch assembly as used on the 1987 and later 4L60 and 4L60E transmissions. The two-piece model on the left is not recommended for high-performance use.
. Not proper intake-manifold vacumn to modulator 3. One method to air check clutch drums in the pump shown. Step 12: Tighten the pump bolts with a spin-handle or ratchet and socket and torque to 15 ft-lbs. Retain the cushion spring and do not block the circuit. Shown below is the passage that must be blocked. Step 5: Lubricate the shaft end of the speedometer driven gear and push it into the housing and through the new seal.
Build yours yourself, with help! Install the washer and pin as shown. Step 4: Use a long heavy metal rod to drive in the case bushing. Damaged or dirty Torrington bearings are not serviceable and must be replaced. Also, these are high quality clutches. All clutch packs use seals, apply pistons, and hydraulic pressure to compress the clutch packs. Step 2: Remove Manual Shaft Remove manual shaft from the case Step 3: Remove Manual Shaft Seal Important! Accumulator Removal and Replacement Step 1: Using large channel lock pliers, or another suitable compressor, compress the 2-3 accumulator and remove the retaining clip.
Drilling them bigger allows a faster apply. Step 3: The rear Torrington bearing is installed as shown. Most handles on bushing driver sets are far too short. Most higher end rebuild kits will include a new shift kit as well. Check the bore in the case for scratches or other damage if the spring was found broken. I do my own internal mods and valve body mods that achieve better results than any of the packaged kits.
This transmission was designed to work in vehicles with a front mounted engine and a rear wheel drive configuration, although it can also be used in four wheel drive applications in conjunction with a bolt on transfer case. It will work with less, but no less than 0. Step 4: Use a suitable spring compressor to remove the snap ring, spring cage, and apply piston from the drum. Set it in the drum, and it will force the lip seal into the drum without using a tool around the entire circumference. This may involve some extra effort to remove paint or old undercoating that may be covering up troubled areas. Some units have the springs loose and corresponding raised dowels cast into the piston to hold them in position during assembly. Manual Shaft Installation Step 1: Locate and clean the parts for the manual shaft installation.
I figured I'd do the transmission too. Now is the time to air check the low clutches. You may however need to work the exposed part of the seal into the drum with the feeler gauge or seal tool. Inspect the inner and outer race surfaces closely. During removal, take note of any shims under the bearing or the thrust washer. Nobody guarantees a rebuild when using an old converter.