Figure 7-32. - Removing the pump assembly.
Figure 7-34. - Removing the direct clutch assembly.
this must be done before the valve body may be removed. Unbolt the control valve assembly and carefully lift it to free the governor pipes from the transmission case (fig. 7-26). Do not bend the governor pipes. Remove the rear servo assembly by taking out the six screws that attach it to the transmission body (fig. 7-27). Next, remove the pressure switch/detent solenoid by unclipping the wires and unbolting the device (fig. 7-28). (This varies to application.) Next, lift the control valve spacer away from the transmission body (fig. 7-29). Notice the position of the six check balls located in the transmission case (fig. 7-30); remove these with a magnet and retain them in a safe place for reinstallation during reassembly. Remove the front servo piston and servo piston spring from the case (fig. 7-31). If this item appears to be in satisfactory condition, do not disassemble it. After removing the bolts that retain the oil pump, use two slide hammers to remove the oil pump from the transmission housing (fig. 7-32). Set the pump aside for later attention. Next, grasp the turbine shaft and remove the forward clutch assembly from the transmission case (fig. 7-33). Figure 7-34 shows the direct clutch being removed from the transmission housing followed by the removal of the front band (fig. 7-35). Unclip the snap ring retaining the intermediate
Figure 7-33. - Removing the forward clutch assembly.
Figure 7-35. - Removing the front band.Continue Reading