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3RD ACCUMULATOR RETAINER WITH BALL REPLACEMENT

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Fig. 255: Extracting Third Accumulator Retainer And Ball Assembly Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 1. Remove the third accumulator retainer and ball assembly, using a 6.3 mm (0.25 in) #4 screw extractor. —a—► Fig. 256: Scribing Mark On Rod For Gaging Proper Depth Of Third Accumulator Retainer And Ball Assembly Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. […]

LOW AND REVERSE CLUTCH PISTON REMOVAL

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Tools Required • J 23327-1 Forward Clutch Spring Compressor (Bridge). See Special Tools. • J 34627 Snap Ring Remover and Installer. See Special Tools. • J-42628 Plate. See Special Tools. Removal Procedure Fig. 245: Installing J 23327-1 & J 42628 Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. Fig. 246: View Of Low And Reverse Clutch Spring Assembly […]

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE REMOVAL

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Fig. 242: Inspecting Inner Manual Linkage Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 1. Remove the following parts: 1. Hex head nut (90) 2. Manual valve link (89) 3. Detent lever (88) 4. Parking lock actuator assembly (85) 5. Manual shaft retainer (83) 6. Manual shaft (84) Fig. 243: Removing Manual Shaft Seal Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS […]

REACTION GEAR SET REMOVAL

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Fig. 229: View Of Output Shaft To Input Carrier Retainer Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. IMPORTANT: The output shaft retainer ring (661) can not be reused, it must be replaced. TT 1 4 11————————————————————————- ,_____ r 1 4 Fig. 230: Identifying Input Carrier Assembly Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. IMPORTANT: The carrier assembly (662) can […]

CONTROL VALVE BODY AND WIRING HARNESS REMOVAL

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4 Fig. 204: Valve Body & Wiring Harness Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 1. Remove all electrical connectors (1-6) from the electrical components. Fig. 205: Removing TCC/PWM Solenoid & Clip Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 2. Remove the torque converter clutch pulse width modulation (TCC/PWM) retainer clip (395). 3. Remove the TCC/PWM solenoid (396). Fig. […]

TRANSMISSION FLUID PAN AND FILTER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

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Fig. 201: View Of Transmission Oil Pan & Gasket Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 1. Remove the transmission oil pan screws (76). 2. Remove the transmission oil pan (75) and the transmission oil pan gasket (73). Fig. 202: Identifying Transmission Oil Filter Assembly Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 3. Remove the transmission oil filter assembly […]

SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

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SPECIAL TOOLS Special Tools Illustration Tool Number/Description EN 44217-45 Timing Chain Retention Tool EN 45680-400 Cylinder Sleeve Removal and Installation Kit EN 46547 Flywheel Holding Tool EN 47701 Piston Ring Compressor EN 47702 Bolt Extractor Kit J 7872 Magnetic Base Indicator Set J 8001 Dial Indicator Set J 8062 Valve Spring Compressor (Head-Off) J 8087 […]

USE OF ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING (RTV) AND ANAEROBIC SEALER Sealant Types

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IMPORTANT: The correct sealant and amount of sealant must be used in the proper location to prevent oil leaks, coolant leaks, or the loosening of the fasteners. DO NOT interchange the sealants. Use only the sealant (or equivalent) as specified in the service procedure. The following 2 major types of sealant are commonly used in […]

TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

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CAUTION: The torque converter weighs approximately 65 lbs. Personal injury may result if you lift the torque converter improperly. Fig. 191: Removing Torque Converter Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. DRAIN OIL Fig. 192: Draining Transmission Oil Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. Rotate the transmission so that the converter housing is up. Allow the transmission fluid […]