Siekkenen is one and I can't recall the other--I would Hate to think the cost! I think I'll open also the valve body as a project and check for chips. The clearance can be measured and if the band is not worn too greatly, adjustments can be made for compensation by installing longer thrust pins. This kit comes with a new piston and seal. Do not use cloths with fluff; leather cloths are particularly good to use. The source of the failure must be found and fixed. Project 2 will be the rebuilding of the damaged transmission and this will be the real deal and challenge for me as soon as the car is on the road again and i have some piece of mind for focusing on the total rebuilding. There was a guy on Hevosovoima who reckoned it was possible to use 722.
If this is your first attempt, do it in pieces so you keep track of whats what. I have dial gauge, calipers micrometers etc. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Precision Thanks 97 Is there a difference between Precision and Transmaxx brand? Will examine the fluid with a magnet. Proper installation will stabilize shifts of this unit. I decided to rebuild the transmission myself, want to be brave. Thanks, Martin Damage in my old transmission: I had difficulties in the last half year.
Rebuild the trans in sections, don't just take everything apart at once. I would also suggest you to buy some bench buddies brushes to clean the valvebody bores, they are fantastic for this job as they polish the bore just enough to allow the valve to drop in smoothly under its own weight. This is summit I think we'll need to learn together! It was epic and much of the time was spent with filthy hands and the last thing i wanted to do was waste time playing with my camera. There are places in Finland that wil supply fully modded box. Many years ago, I uprated an old Borg-Warner 35 transmission--with that, it was really quite easy, you remove a spacer from the clutches and add more clutch-plates, in each of the two clutches! Well, my reasoning still stands. He has a very good reputation. .
In the W126 is much more space. Traffic is slow in the diesel performance section eh. It was a 12 hour day starting out with re-assembling the transmission with several new parts then installing it. And would this be too much of resistance for the system? The 400E seems tight down there. Meaning the fuel filter is too much of a resistor.
A wide variety of 722. I probably won't get mine upgraded until I get a modded pump. Ive asked about exactly What they do, but the answers are shall we say, Vague. The cookie settings on this website are adjusted to allow all cookies so that you have the very best experience. I got the donor transmission rel.
This was retrofitted sometime later. Brand: Trade-Alley Manufacturer Part Number: 722. Alternative frictions would be Borg Warner, still aftermarket but seemingly more expensive but also better? Additional changes to the B2 include a white plastic bushing that replaces the old metal bushing which would cause the piston to bind and get stuck. I'll get the LubeGard Koolerclean. Or can the converter be opened and cleaned? There is some talk about tolerances in a transmission during rebuilding but the only option probably will be the size of the friction and steel plate 'packages'. It can really flush out junk.
Or are there means and methods to control plays inside like shims and such? Any other play I guess I need to live with like roller bearings etc? If you take the valve body apart, be sure to work out some sort of tray to keep the parts inline, there are usually valves that can go in both ways but will only work properly in one direction. My W124 400E transmission gave up, it acted up and I found lots of metal chips in the pan. There should not much resistance added. Some early stuff still had a rear pump and a spring can come apart causing the gear to shear off leaving you with 1st gear only so there is some chance it came from there and go through. Personally, I doubt that any internal parts would be compatable. I suspect that these will fall under that category As for more clutch packs, its probably a matter of ripping one open and looking.
See the seller's listing for full details. Do a search of the forum, there are step by step instructions somewhere. The idea is : I 'll install another used transmission that I bought on ebay and then I will rebuild the failing transmission. As far as the fluid goes, some boxes you can raise the overall pressure, and everything follows suit and works fine, others you have to raise each individual drive section separately, because an overall change will mess with shifting, etc. Look at a cut open converter and you will see lots of places for junk to hide. You can get filters specifically made for trans cooler lines.