The 440-T4 was originally slated to be used with downsized C-Body cars for 1984. Its not a major problem in 1st though. This is what I found in the oil pan of the 3t40. Have you all fried the 1-2 band? Not enough cluchpack or weak cluch metal. Note: There have been many engineering changes in this transmission since its introduction. I don't know how many people here have experience rebuilding an auto-trans, but any advice would be appreciated! Amen to that Yea I am dying to utilize these 36 injectors.
I'll have to use the flimzy 60 unit. Seems like 150 hp at most still but cltuches won't stick,strip hub. Look forward to more info. If even one hair gets inside the valve body Or dirt it can cause the valves to stick. The five multiple-disc clutches are applied hydraulically and released by several small coil springs. For example, the direct clutch drum had 5 steels in it, but the kit only came with 4. They are taller than the 3t40 units.
Those E trannies have different setups it's hard to tell what they have. The 4L60 is a fully automatic transmission consisting of two planetary gearsets, five multiple-disc clutches, one sprag clutch, one roller clutch, and a band. When are you going to get to the input sprag. Heres the Vs the 3t40 The input planets are closer together and the reaction planets are away form each other. The 200, 200C, 200-4R, 325, and 325-4L are light- to medium- duty transmissions. I had originally confuesed it for a channel plate acucmulator.
The turbine shaft of the torque converter in a 325 and 425 transmission is splined to a drive sprocket. I don't know what is going on here because everything else in the kit has been spot on exactly the same. The 4th clutch steels interchange on both units. Except input was beeign eaten away on the teeth by the sprag. The 4th clutch steels interchange on both units. The band tends to drag sometimes in 3rd. When can I bring my transmission over.
Refer to the clutch and band application chart below for more details. Or 1-2 roller clutch over run. Input on left, reaction on right. A sprag is a Dog bone type clutch. I think that is a problem with the sprag. I've been able to use the 440 reaction carrier drum with the 65-e planets.
This feature makes it very easy for a do-it-yourself mechanic to adjust the transmission shift points with minimum effect on the shift feel. Only when cold or up in temp. Input on left, reaction on right. I am experiencing some confusion in pin pointing the exact tranny I have and the proper rebuild kit to look for. The pump shaft seal is torn from bad installment.
They are both the same thickness so I don't know what the deal is. They jam up one way as they try to roll and free wheel the other way via the springs holding them from rolling. It has to do with the different metal hardness and the shell expanding when under load. I havn't got any gear grinding. Part 1: Removal from Vehicle.
Input pack and 3rd looked good. This is a much heavier duty unit and runs cooler. Left is the 60s and right is the 65s. Most General Motor's transmissions and transaxles are fitted with gear-type oil pumps. First time this car went over 100 was at the drag strip.