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TM5-4210-229-14&P 6.15 TRANSMISSION REPAIR (Continued) j. Transmission housing repair. (1)   Disassembly. (a) Remove oil seal (311) from the bore in the housing, using selector shaft seal remover.    Screw  remover  into  seal.    Hold the    remover    housing    and    tighten    the remover screw against the shaft,  draw-ing the seal out. (b) To   remove   manual   detent   lever   (312), remove  shaft  retainer  pin  (313)  and  nut( 314).    Hold  the  detent  lever  (312)  in  one hand,  and remove the shaft (315) (file the burred  detent lever side of the shaft first), carefully  pulling  it  through  the  oil  seal  in the   housing.      Remove   the   detent   lever (312). (c) If   replacement   of   the   breather   (316)   is necessary,  use  an  open  end  wrench  and rotate the breather counterclockwise. Remove the breather (316). (d) Remove the 3/4-16 plug (317) and washer (318) and the two 1/8 inch plugs(319) only if necessary for cleaning internal passages. (e) Remove two bolts (320) that retain the lubrication   valve   adapter   (321).      Remove   the adapter (321) and discard the gasket (322). (f) Transmission assembly has lubrication regulator valve  (323),    spring  (324)  and  valve  guide  tube (325) pressed into housing (326) as an assembly (327).      Do   not   remove   this   assembly   (327) unless    parts    replacement    is    necessary.        If necessary   remove   the   tube   with   lube   valve spring  guide  tool.    The  spring(324)  and  valve (323) will also come out. (g) Remove  the  1/8  inch  plugs  (328  and329)  from the right side of the transmission housing (326). 6-82

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