You should never have a shifting stick which slips if your transmission valve body is fully functional. This can sometimes save you some money, especially for some higher end cars. It is recommended that you get a professional auto mechanic to replace the transmission valve body because one tiny mistake could cause more mechanical problems. With a slipping transmission, your vehicle may try to up-shift but then quickly falls into a lower gear. Some hold the valve body on to the gearbox, and some hold the valve body together. Here is the lower front section with its front removed.
In my next dispatch I will describe how to remove the little rubber washers, however first I must figure out how to do it myself. Shifted from 1-6 just fine once i got out. This will increase idle speed and ensure that oil passages in the transmission are filled with fluid. After you remove the pan and filter, about ten torx screws hold it in. Our managers proceed your order the same day. Ensure it is correctly positioned inside its hole in the transmission.
Without taking these out, the gearsets cannot be removed. There are also no warning lights on dash. For example, the valve body has a 2-3 shift valve which is responsible for up shifting from 2nd gear to 3rd gear. The lower rear section is next. Types of Valve Body There are two main types of valve body. One more problem occurred that while driving normally at various speeds there would be a sudden jerk as if the transmission changed gears or a fuel supply issue occurred.
I used the combination of a trolley jack and 4 axle stands. I have done 3 fluid changes where I changed filter, adapter plate and O-Ring and nothing changed. Place one of the large plastic tubs under the transmission and undo the drain plug with a 5mm allen key. The top side of the completed valve body. In my case I had to remove the 30mm nut on the back of the output flange. Warren, thanks for the info, yes definitely looks like there are a few possibilities available once the correct type of box is resting in the garage! The right diagnosis is the key for your success.
The controller of the transmission can monitor the throttle position, vehicle speed, anti-lock braking system, and the engine speed. This didn't appear to be a problem to me; just proceed slowly and carefully. Put two bolts in to hold it in place. Had trans fluids all re checked and all good there. If necessary, use eightofthem's technique of tapping the box downwards onto a lump of wood, but be careful! When all sections have been completely cleaned up and reassembled put them in a safe place and take a break. Bellhousing With Intermediate Plate and Pump 2. Prepare you work area well, have plenty of space and a comfortable work position.
Work your way from the centre outwards in a spiraling pattern. Planetary Set With Web Shaft And Brakes C', C and D 2. The orange arrows show the location of the 3 that hold the filter in place, the red show the remaining 13 that mate the valve body to the transmission proper. Be careful when you do this, there are lots of small pieces inside the lower front section that may fall out if it is not correctly orientated when you seperate it from the rest of the valve body. They called me up and said that the valve body is going bad and needs to be replaced. Place the gasket and main plate over the top of the channel plate.
Replace vs Rebuild Some transmission repair shops might offer the option of rebuilding your current valve body instead of replacing with a brand new or remanufactured one. Fit the lower rear section, and hand tighten the four bolts indicated by the red arrows. Better to be safe than autonomously and unexpectedly engaging reverse at 200kph on the Autobahn. When extracting them be aware that the springs are compressed, and if you are not careful you will have circlips describing graceful arcs over your head and vanishing into the dark corners of your garage, from which they shall never return. Your options are either to replace or rebuild it. Give your pan one last inspection for debris and then screw in the drain plug with a 5mm allen key.
Clean everything with a good bath in degreaser. Brutal I can do, but I will have to go and buy a scribe. I use a shoebox to keep track of which bolt comes from where. Because I intend to inspect and, if necessary, replace the clutch packs in my donor box, the next step involves removing the gearsets. I was under the mistaken impression that there was a method of getting them out intact.