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Old 03-30-2012, 11:12 AM
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Re: Changing valve seals

Looks good Frank! I have been debating weather or not to replace the TRS/Solenoid because of some of the problems i have had, but everything seems ok for now.... How difficult was it to replace, and how long did it take?
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Re: Changing valve seals

Not a difficult thing to do at all Aaron. If the tranny pan is of already and the inlet filter is removed, you only need to disconnect the big connector on the LH side of the tranny and remove 6 bolts which holds the valve body housing to the tranny. When iīm not wrong the TRS/Solenoid assy is hold to the valve body by 15 TorqX -25 screws. When installing the TRS/Solenoid assy to the valve body, fasten first the 2 screws marked with a pointer (on the valve body) and then the rest. Not sure about the reason for that, but its mentioned in the manual. I also received a new selector plate, but couldnīt discover any differences between the old and the new one. Since i had the new one, i used it.
I think it takes you one hour to remove the valve body, change the TRS/Solenoid assy and put it back in place. From start to finish (removing tranny pan until filling it up again) it takes maximum 3 hrs.
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