This is '97 to '98 style pump, based on my research. One place to check for leaks is the front seal that stops fluid from coming out of the transmission where the torque converter hub enters the front pump assembly. Though you may still have that residual left in the pan. Do not tighten the bolts in a linear fashion. A lot of fluid remains in the converter. Click for a pdf file with dimensions.
This solenoid is year specific 97-02, or 03+. My other two cars are manuals, and get the gear oil changed every 2 years. Two at center, one each outer sides. The Master kit will have new Borg Warner 3rd clutches. Jurassic Park It's also at the top and bottom of every forum page. I'll try something else next time.
While using a torque wrench to properly tighten 700-R4 transmission pan bolts is a good practice, it does not always guarantee a leak-free installation. . Totally against the process, for my own reasons. For those considering a shift kit, that is basically some shims and some stronger replacement springs for the 1-2 and 2-3 accumulator pistons. The posting was made on 8-8-2006 to a user forum at forums.
Clean new bolts that appear to work. Speed Sensor Reluctor wheel: The pins are good and tight. Mon Jun 02, 2008 I probably paid a little more than I could have for some things, and definitely found bargains on others. We know it is a hassle to check. Seller is a 50-ish high school auto shop teacher. The vehicle might not shift, it might shift too hard or it just might slip a little or a lot.
Another area to look at is the transmission pan gasket. Maybe they are just too corroded. Their locations do not affect the operation of the given valves. I've done this on a couple vehicles. I'll likely go ahead and use the spare pump. I don't advocate them at all.
Pop a hole in the pan and stick her on in there. How many inch lbs, or feet lbs is it? This causes a valve to move which either opens or closes a hydraulic port. This is apparently pretty common on factory 4th clutches. I read somewhere that the Overhaul kit comes with new sealing rings for these pressure switches. Turbine Shaft looks fine and will be reused: A look at the 1-2, 2-3 and Manual 2-1 Accumulator parts: Everything in order there. The only thing of note if that the head on the stock bolts were 13mm, and these are 10mm heads.
All information on this site is the opinion of its members and not the opinion of the site itself. If you have a question about something that you do not see on this page feel free to send us an email for more detailed information. Ian Malcolm: Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should. Makes filter changes much less messy, too for those of us that don't have a lift to put the vehicle on. Transmission Manifold Fluid Pressure Switch: This funky thing has 6 separate pressure switches.
Doing so causes the gasket to be squeezed out and the result is a leak. For example most of the Supercharged 3800 powered vehicles come with a 3. Once those teeth on the non-hardened pre-2003 shaft wear down completely, no more 4th gear. So I'm likely going to send the hub and the shaft in to Dave at tripleedgeperformance. While they are ok some residual oil will remain in the pan. You know it's fully seated because teeth on the near end of the Reverse Reaction Drum engage teeth inside the 2nd Drum, and the darkened pattern on the outside of the drum where the Reverse Band gripped lines up with the band.
How you gonna change the filter? I note that the pump slide in the spare pump does not have any grooves, nor do the vanes have ridges. They disconnect the lines that lead to the tranmsission cooler and hook them up to a flushing pump. How you gonna change the filter? Yer a smart feller for not trusting tranny flushes. A new set of thrust washers: For now I'm using this coated metal one old left, new right that goes between the Driven Sprocket Support and the 2nd Clutch Drum: All these other replacement thrust washers will get used in the case cover and sprockets reassembly. The nut is tightened in place and tack welded on sides opposite the saw slots.
This is a must-replace on any pre-2003 4T65E. Teflon mainly act like tread lock here. Alternate side-to-side and end-to-end to ensure the pan is drawn into place evenly. I filled it with epoxy: At the same spot, where the side cover goes on, there is a chip in the cover: It's outside where the sealing ring is, so I'm not worried. For now, everything bagged, tagged, and boxed: Last edited by on Tue Jun 03, 2008 4:07 pm, edited 2 times in total. Even if it falls off, the filter will catch it.