TRANSMISSION (IN-VEHICLE) REPLACEMENT (Contd)
Keep rear of transmission tilted slightly downward to prevent
converter from separating from transmission and causing injury
to personnel or damage to equipment.
Check that converter has not moved forward before and after installing
retaining brackets. Measure distance from flat on converter to lip on
transmission housing. Distance cannot be more than 1.5 in. (38 mm).
Install two retaining brackets (4), one at 4 o'clock position and one at 8 o'clock position, on
transmission (1) and converter (7) with four washers (3) and (5) and screws (2) and (6).
Assistant will help with steps 2 through 15.
Position transmission (1) under vehicle.
Install transmission lifting fixture on transmission (1) with two screws (9) and screw (8), and
connect sling in number two front hole and rear hole of transmission lifting fixture. Install sling to
Adjust sling to lift transmision (1), with front end of transmission tilted downward.
All personnel must be clear from under transmission during
lifting, moving, and lowering operations. A snapped cable strap,
chain, or shifting load may cause injury to personnel.
Lift up transmission (1) using transmission lifting fixture, sling, and lifting device into position.
No personnel shall be under transmission until transmission jack
has been installed. Failure to do so may cause injury to personnel.
a. Adjust sling to lift up rear of transmission (1) first, and lift up rear of transmission (1) between
flywheel housing (12) and rear braces (10) and (11).
Do not place fingers or hands between transmission and flywheel
housing or between rear braces at rear of transmission when
moving transmission forward or lowering transmission. Doing so
may cause injury to personnel.
b. Adjust sling and move rear of transmission (1) slightly right to clear brace (10) as front of
transmission (1) is moved slightly left to clear converter (7) from flywheel housing (12) and lift
c. Move transmission (1) rearward and adjust sling to align transmission (1) with flywheel