Since the trans shifts fine, and the flare is cured, the pressure riser apparently wasn't necessary in my case. Pull down your transmission pan 1:22 3. I will print the diary and rebuild it here in the house. We do not make money on freight. Our mission to provide customers a superior buying experience combined with our ability to deliver orders quickly and accurately, at an affordable price, makes Global Transmission Parts a leader in the online automatic transmission parts retail market. That was my problem a 1-2 flare , and I went in the other direction with the Ford blow-off kit plus adding the Superior shift kit.
We make every effort to make the delivery of large parts to your home or business affordable. Then torque the bolts to 80 inch lbs and then to 115 inch pounds. In this case, the high duty cycle of use wears down the bore reducing clutch and servo pressures. Return Policy We accept returns and will refund the purchase price within 14 days of shipment. Don, were you experiencing the shifting flare, to cause you to install the TransGo kit? Don't have a manual for a rebuild. If they are then you have an inexpensive rewarding fix.
Fantastic write up, absolutely perfect in every regard. All that is left is to remove some parts for some reason which ford did not specify. Solenoids are fairly inexpensive as far as replacement parts go and are also fairly easy to replace. Leaks rob you of pressure you are going to need. That decision is ultimately yours, as you forecast how long a marginal bore may last. Torquing of the valve body is critical. Oh yes there are still some of the old style, but this is a new idea.
When installing the new valve you can slick it up with petroleum jelly. They usually work or not. There was a huge chunk of old gasket stuck in one of the galleries of my transmission. The magnet should be cleaned and have no gunk on it. I just find it hard to believe that it exhibits all the signs of the valve body gasket but am being told it needs a new tranny. I probably will not touch it again until the weekend but I have a good feeling about this in that it will solve my problem. Once you are on the work bench you can remove the three bolts that hold the separator gasket on.
I want to offer a word of advice here. The bolts that hold the transmission pan on are 10 foot lbs. They give you a rivet to plug up a hole in the separator plate. The ceramic housing also points to it being a resistor. Make sure to clean the pan really well before putting it back on. Overall I would rate this project a 7 out of 10 10 being really hard.
I received a notice on Monday morning saying it was shipped. They don't recommend my other Superior kit parts though that are left for pulling the tranny. Flow will increase from an average of 1. Re-manufactured transmissions are the same or better than a new transmission at a fraction of the cost. There is no obligation on your part at all and this does not create one. Should I pick it up and just dig in and check the valve body for giggles??? Uniquely designed Sonnax parts target the root cause of valve body complaints and stop critical circuit pressure losses in the most common problem areas of the transmission. This problem is more common to the mid to late 90s models.
Transgo gives you a replacement of aluminum, as they do for all the fibre pucks in their kits. Remove valve body 3:42 5. You can throw these parts away. Then the light came on again according to my wife so I picked it up and it was showing all the signs of the blown gasket but no light. There are only three things for our trans to fix these that I know of.
I will check for a list of parts to replace in the diary. Sonnax has come out with some new stuff, not included in the diary and I am hoping to get my hands on it first of the year. I have also circled the gear selector valve and how it attaches. Never had any harsh use. But is it due to converter, seal or insufficient apply pressure? Get out your ohm meter and check the resistance of the solenoid. The ceramic housing also points to it being a resistor.
Just trying to get a feel from others who may have done this mod or have purchased it from this seller. A fantastic comparison lies therein. Will it show them in the Superior instructions? These are just a couple of most common problems seen on these transmissions, but not all these problems may have this problem. Let me know if you discover anything else. Get out your ohm meter and check the resistance of the solenoid.
Thanks for the info Don. I still think I will get everything and do a side by side and see what shakes out. Pull the wires straight down off of them. They usually work or not. Anyone have any thoughts on it? Should I pick it up and just dig in and check the valve body for giggles??? What did the shop say was actually bad on the transmission? I always like collaborative threads.