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Control Valve Body Assembly, Inspection, Repair And Assembly (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-34_323
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Converter    Housing    Removal,    Inspection    And Repair Of Charge Oil Pump (cont)
TM 5-4210-220-34 3-7. TRANSMISSION - Continued (60)  Install low shift valve, low clutch trimmer valve and lockup cutoff valve assemblies to control valve assembly with original mounting bolts.  Tighten the bolts to 12 ft lb (16 Nm). (61)  Complete valve assembly is ready for final assembly. q. Converter    Housing    Removal,    Inspection    And Repair Of Charge Oil Pump. (1)     Remove  the  two  screws  (2)  and  washers (3)    retaining    the    pitot    tube    from    inside    the converter housing. (2)     Remove  seven  bolts  (4)  and  washers  (5) from inside the converter housing. (3)     Remove nine bolts (7) and lockwashers (8) retaining    the    converter    housing    to        the transmission   housing   (two   bolts   removed when holding fixture was installed). (4)     Attach  a  three  strand  lifting  sling  (1)   and remove   the   converter   housing.      Remove pitot tube (6). (5)     Place the converter housing front downward.    Remove  and  discard  the  two front  support  hub  seal  rings  (9).    Remove thrust  bearings  (2)  and  race  (11)  from  the front support hub. (6)     Insert  a  piece  of  2  X    4  wood    through  the converter   housing   access   opening,   about 14 in.  (356 mm) into the housing.  Remove four   of   the   six   bolts   ’A’   retaining   the   oil pump assembly.  Loosen the remaining two bolts  ’B’,  leaving  about  four  turns  of  thread engaged. (7)     Press  on  the  wood  2  X  4  (51  X  102  mm) and  tap  alternately  on  the  two  loose  bolts. This  will  dislodge  the  oil  pump.    Remove the    two    remaining    bolts,    and    allow    the pump    to    drop    onto    the    wood    support. Remove the pump assembly.  Remove the seal  ring  from the  outer circumference of the pump. (8)     Remove   the   screw   (12)   that   retains   the cover    (13)    to    the    oil    pump    body    (14). Remove the cover, seal ring (15) and the oil pump  body  containing  the  drive  gear  and driven  gears  (2  of).    If  any  of  the  3/4  in. plugs  in  the  oil  pump  body  are  damaged, replace them with new plugs. (9)     Remove  the  roller  bearing  (16)  from  each driven  gear  (17),  and  the  oil  seal  (18)  from  the pump assembly, if replacement is necessary. 3-32

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