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Old August 4th, 2011, 03:42 PM   #1
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I have to replace the seal where the shifter go's into the trans, and was told i have t drop the valve body. Any tips or advice that will help?

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Old August 6th, 2011, 12:36 AM   #2
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Dont drop it. You'll lose the check balls. Remove the pan, the filter, and the bolts that hold the vb in. real easy.no tricks.
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Old August 6th, 2011, 03:18 PM   #3
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Well i need help asap everything was going good then this ball and spring flew out im thinking it gos where the spring is now???? any help would be great.

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That's the ball dtent. Goes to the rooster comb. It locks the gear selector in place....you are correct it goes on the spring. Spring just keeps pressure on the ball to require force to move. Sry if I can't type. Im on the shitter and phone
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That's the ball dtent. Goes to the rooster comb. It locks the gear selector in place....you are correct it goes on the spring. Spring just keeps pressure on the ball to require force to move. Sry if I can't type. Im on the shitter and phone
Hahaha thanks for your efforts yeah i was able to find this diagram that helped (same thing you said).

http://www.amccf.com/tech/AT/AT_TF72...e_assembly.jpg
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Old August 6th, 2011, 08:26 PM   #6
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Alright i got a new problem got it allback together and when i go to put it in park it still rolls. Any idea what the problem could be? It doesnt have fluid in it yet that wouldnt be the problem would it?
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Sounds like the roster comb is misadjusted anf its not fully in park. Did you clean all that grit off before you reassrmbled the valve body? I
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prolly a dumb question but how can it be mis adjusted? and yeah i cleaned it off
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I would assume it has a rod type linkage from the column to the trans. If you took the seal out you would have had to remove the linkage and disturb the proper range of movement, right? Try disconecting the linkage nearest the trans and moving it into park by hand.
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I would assume it has a rod type linkage from the column to the trans. If you took the seal out you would have had to remove the linkage and disturb the proper range of movement, right? Try disconecting the linkage nearest the trans and moving it into park by hand.
It has a b&m shifter on it and i did disconnect it and put it in park and it still rolled. on my next off day im gona pull it apart again and see if anything is disconnected or something, just wondering what specifically to look for.
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