INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 266: Locating Parking Brake Pawl & Return Spring Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

1. Install the parking lock bracket (86).

NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice.

2. Install the parking lock bracket bolt (87).

Tighten: Tighten the bolt to 31 N. m (23 lb ft).

3. Inspect the following items:

• The parking brake pawl (81) for damage or cracks

• The parking pawl return spring (80) for being broken or missing

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 267: View Of Manual Shaft, Parking Lock Actuator Assembly, Inside Detent

Lever & Components

Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

4. Inspect the following items:

• The manual shaft retainer (83) for damage or cracks

• The manual shaft (84) for damage or burrs

• The parking lock actuator assembly (85) for damage

• The inside detent lever (88) for damage or cracks

• The manual valve link (89) for damage

• The hex head nut (90) for damage or stripped threads

5. Install the following items:

• The inside detent lever (88)

• The parking lock actuator assembly (85)

• The manual shaft (84) (model dependent)

• The manual shaft retainer (83)

• The hex head nut (90)

• The manual valve link (89)

Tighten: Tighten the nut to 31 N. m (23 lb ft). REACTION GEAR AND CARRIER INSPECTION

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 268: Inspecting Areas Of Reaction Carrier/Support Thrust Bearing Assembly Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

1. Inspect the reaction carrier/support thrust bearing assembly (683) for wear or damage.

2. Inspect the reaction gear support to case bearing (692) for wear or damage.

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 269: View Of Reaction Gear And Carrier Inspection Areas Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

3. Inspect the internal reaction gear (684) and the internal reaction gear support (685) for proper assembly, stripped splines, cracks, teeth and lug damage.

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 270: Checking Reaction Carrier Pinion End Play With Feeler Gage Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

IMPORTANT: Inspect all pinions, either 4 or 5 depending on model.

4. Check the reaction carrier pinion end play. The end play must not exceed 0.61 mm (0.024 in).

Inspect the reaction carrier for the following conditions:

• Pinion gear damage

• Proper pinion staking

• Excessive pinion washer wear

• Keystoned pinion gears

5. Ensure that the pinions turn freely.

INNER MANUAL LINKAGE INSTALLATION

Fig. 271: Illustrating Proper Inspection Of Reaction Carrier Captive Thrust Bearing Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

6. Inspect the reaction carrier captive thrust bearing for wear or damage.

1. Without touching the pinion gears, place a bushing or an output shaft sleeve (690) onto the bearing race and turn it with the palm of your hand.

2. Any imperfections will be felt through the bushing.

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