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TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE
TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XX.  MAINTENANCE OF Transmission Assembly Para. Para. General 4-155 Transmission Shift Control Lever Transmission Assembly Maintenance ......................... 4-156 Replacement .....................................................4-157 4-155.  GENERAL. This section contains information on the maintenance of the transmission assembly that are maintainable at the Organizational level. 4-156.  TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE. This task covers:  a.  Removal b.  Replacement c.  Service Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Hoist Sling Materials/Parts Transmission (23014313) Transmission Oil (Appendix D,  Item 38) General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Batteries disconnected. REMOVAL a.  Drain the oil from the transmission before removal from the   vehicle.      For   better   drainage,      the   transmission should be warm. b.      Make   sure   all   linkages,      controls,      cooler   lines, modulator   actuator   cable,      temperature   connection, input and output couplings,  oil filler tube, parking brake linkage,  mounting bolts,  etc.,  are disconnected before transmission   removal.      Oil   lines   should   be   carefully placed   out   of   the   way   of   damage   and   all   openings covered to keep out dirt. When  lifting  an  object,    make  sure  the  hoist  and sling   are   fastened   securely.      Be   sure   the   item being  lifted  does  not  exceed  the  capacity  of  the lifting device. c.      Position  hoist  sling  relative  to  transmission  center  of gravity. d.  The torque converter is free to move forward when the transmission is disconnected from the engine. Be sure the torque converter is not allowed to separate    from    the    transmission    while    the transmission is being removed. e.  Install a retaining strap to hold the converter in place as soon as the transmission is clear of its mountings. 4-168

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