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Automatic Transmission/Transaxle: Service and Repair
Transaxle Removal - 3.0L

Special Tool(s)



1. Remove the battery and the battery tray.

2. Remove the air cleaner as an assembly.
(1) Disconnect the breather tube.
(2) Disconnect the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor electrical connector.
(3) Remove the air intake tube.
(4) Remove the air cleaner assembly retaining bolt.
(5) Remove the air cleaner assembly.


3. Disconnect the Transmission Range (TR) sensor.


4. Disconnect the transaxle harness connector, remove the wire harness bracket nut and position the harness bracket aside.


5. Remove the main control cover vent tube.


6. Disconnect the EVAP and Power Takeoff (PTO) vent hoses from the transmission filler tube.


7. Disconnect the wire harness from the battery tray hold-down bracket.


8. Disconnect the shift cable from the manual lever.


9. Remove the 2 retaining bolts from the shift cable bracket, and position the cable and bracket aside.


10. Disconnect the starter motor harness connector.


11. Disconnect the ground wire.


12. Remove the 2 starter bolts and remove the starter motor.


13. Install the special tools.


14. Remove and disconnect both electrical connectors from the upper intake to gain access to the engine for installing the lifting bracket.


15. Install the special tools.


16. Install the special tools.


17. Remove the upper transaxle retaining bolts.


18. Loosen, but do not remove, the 4 retaining nuts holding the bracket to the transaxle case. Remove the LH upper transaxle mount bolt.


19. Remove the RH upper engine mount bolt.


20. NOTE: It is necessary to raise the engine a couple of inches in order to remove the transaxle.
Using the special tool, raise the front of the engine.


21. Remove the 7 retainers and the LH splash shield.


22. Remove the 7 retainers and the RH splash shield.


23. If transaxle disassembly is necessary, remove the drain plug and drain the transmission fluid. After the fluid has drained, install the drain plug.


24. Disconnect the LH suspension.
(1) Disconnect the sway bar link.
(2) Remove the tie rod end nut cotter pin.
(3) Remove the tie rod end retaining nut.
(4) Remove the lower knuckle bolt.


25. Disconnect the RH suspension.
(1) Disconnect the sway bar link.
(2) Remove the tie rod end nut cotter pin.
(3) Remove the tie rod end retaining nut.
(4) Remove the lower control arm knuckle bolt.


26. Using the special tool, disconnect the LH and RH tie rod end from the steering knuckle.


27. Carefully pry down on the LH and RH lower control arms and disconnect the steering knuckle from the lower ball joint and position the steering knuckle aside.

28. Using the special tool, remove the RH outer halfshaft.


29. Using a pry bar between the transaxle case and the LH axle shaft, carefully disconnect the halfshaft from the transaxle case.

30. Remove the retaining screw for the generator shield.


31. Remove the retaining bolt for the generator shield and remove the shield.


32. Disconnect the H02S sensor connector and remove the 2 clips from the oil pan bolt studs.


33. Remove the 2 intermediate shaft retaining nuts.


34. Remove the intermediate shaft.


35. Remove the cross brace.


36. Disconnect the exhaust pipe.
(1) Remove the rubber hanger.
(2) Remove the nuts and disconnect the pipe.


37. Disconnect the front exhaust pipe flange.


38. Disconnect the rear exhaust pipe flange and remove the exhaust pipe.


39. For vehicles equipped with a PTO, remove the rear driveshaft.


40. Position the driveshaft aside.

41. Vehicles equipped with a PTO, remove the RH exhaust manifold to gain access to the PTO bracket.


42. Remove the bolts and the bracket.


43. Remove the bolt for the mount and the 2 bolts for the cross brace.


44. Remove the rear nut and the cross brace.


45. Remove the electrical connectors from the lower mount bracket.


46. Vehicles not equipped with a PTO, remove the dampener.

47. Remove the bolts from the transfer case unit.


48. Remove the transfer case bolt and remove the transfer case unit.


49. Remove the center bolt from the rear transaxle mount.


50. NOTE: It is necessary to lower the transaxle in order to clear the subframe to remove the transaxle.
Lower the transaxle enough to clear the frame.


51. Remove the access cover.


52. Remove and discard the 4 torque converter nuts.


53. Remove the fluid cooler tube.
(1) Disconnect the Output Shaft Speed (OSS) sensor.
(2) Disconnect the Turbine Shaft Speed (TSS) sensor (white connector).
(3) Remove the bolt.
(4) Remove the fluid cooler tube and position it aside.


54. Remove the OSS sensor.


55. Remove the fluid cooler tube.


56. Support the transaxle with a high-lift jack.

57. Remove the bolts.


58. Remove the bolt.


59. Remove the bolt.


60. CAUTION: The torque converter is heavy. Install the special tool before lowering the transaxle.
Move the transaxle back far enough to install the special tool.


61. Lower the transaxle from the engine compartment.


62. If installing a new or remanufactured transaxle, remove the transaxle mount bracket.
 

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Automatic Transmission/Transaxle: Service and Repair
Transaxle Installation - 3.0L
Special Tool(s)



1. If installing a new or remanufactured transaxle, transfer the mount bracket.
^ Tighten to 90 Nm (66 ft. lbs.).


2. Lubricate the torque converter pilot hub with crease.


3. Install the special tool.


4. Position the transaxle in place.


5. Once the transaxle is in place, prior to bolting it to the engine, remove the special tool.


6. Move the transaxle assembly toward the engine assembly and install the bolt.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).


7. Install the transaxle retaining bolt.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).


8. Install the lower transaxle retaining bolts.
^ Tighten to 48 Nm (35 ft. lbs.).


9. Install 4 new torque converter nuts.
^ Tighten to 37 Nm (27 ft. lbs.).


10. Install the access cover.


11. Install the transmission fluid cooler tube.
^ Tighten to 23 Nm (17 ft. lbs.).


12. Install the Output Shaft Speed (OSS) sensor.
^ Tighten to 13 Nm (10 ft. lbs.).


13. Install the fluid cooler tube.
(1) Connect the OSS sensor.
(2) Connect the Turbine Shaft Speed (TSS) sensor (white connector).
(3) Install the fluid cooler tube.
^ Tighten to 23 Nm (17 ft. lbs.).
(4) Install the fluid cooler bolt.
^ Tighten to 13 Nm (10 ft. lbs.).


14. Raise the transaxle enough to install the lower cross brace.


15. Install the rear transaxle mount bolt.
^ Tighten to 115 Nm (85 ft. lbs.).


16. Vehicles not equipped with a Power Takeoff (PTO), install the dampener.

17. Install the rear transaxle mount and install 1 bolt.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).


18. Install the PTO bolts.
^ Tighten to 45 Nm (33 ft. lbs.).


19. Connect the electrical connectors to the lower mount bracket.


20. Install the cross brace and the rear nut.
^ Tighten to 150 Nm (111 ft. lbs.).


21. Install the 2 bolts for the brace.
^ Tighten to 90 Nm (66 ft. lbs.).


22. Install the bolt for the mount.
^ Tighten to 115 Nm (85 ft. lbs.).


23. Install the bracket.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).


24. Install the RH exhaust manifold.

25. For vehicles equipped with a PTO, install the rear driveshaft.
^ Tighten to 37 Nm (27 ft. lbs.).


26. Install the exhaust pipe and connect the exhaust pipe flange.
^ Tighten to 29 Nm (21 ft. lbs.).


27. Connect the front flange.
^ Tighten to 29 Nm (21 ft. lbs.).


28. Install the exhaust pipe.
(1) Install the rubber hanger.
(2) Install the exhaust pipe and install the bolts.
^ Tighten to 29 Nm (21 ft. lbs.).


29. Install the cross brace.
^ Tighten to 48 Nm (35 ft. lbs.).


30. Install the intermediate shaft.


31. Install the intermediate shaft retaining nuts.
^ Tighten to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).


32. Reconnect the HO2S sensor wire to the oil pan bolt studs and connect the connector.


33. Install the generator shield and install the bolt.
^ Tighten to 10 Nm (89 inch lbs.).


34. Install the retainer for the generator shield.


35. Install the LH and RH halfshafts in the transaxle.

36. Connect the LH suspension.
(1) Install the lower ball joint into the knuckle and install the bolt.
^ Tighten to 70 Nm (52 ft. lbs.).
(2) Install the tie rod end retaining nut.
^ Tighten to 55 Nm (52 ft. lbs.).
(3) Install a new tie rod end nut cotter pin.
(4) Connect the sway bar link.
^ Tighten to 43 Nm (32 ft. lbs.).


37. Connect the RH suspension.
(1) Install the lower ball joint into the knuckle and install the bolt.
^ Tighten to 70 Nm (52 ft. lbs.).
(2) Install the tie rod end retaining nut.
^ Tighten to 55 Nm (52 ft. lbs.).
(3) Install a new tie rod end nut cotter pin.
(4) Connect the sway bar link.
^ Tighten to 43 Nm (32 ft. lbs.).


38. Install the LH splash shield and the 7 retainers.


39. Install the RH splash shield and the 7 retainers.


40. Lower the engine onto the RH engine mount.


41. Install the bolt for the RH engine mount.
^ Tighten to 120 Nm (89 ft. lbs.).


42. Install the LH upper transaxle mount assembly.
(1) Install the 4 nuts for the bracket.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).
(2) Install the through bolt.
^ Tighten to 103 Nm (76 ft. lbs.).


43. Install the upper transaxle retaining bolts.
^ Tighten to 40 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).


44. Remove the special tools.


45. Remove the special tools.


46. Remove the special tools.


47. Connect the electrical connectors together and then connect them to the upper intake manifold.


48. Install the starter motor and install the bolts.
^ Tighten to 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.).


49. Install the ground cable.
^ Tighten to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).


50. Install the starter motor harness connector.
(1) Install the large nut.
^ Tighten to 10 Nm (89 ft. lbs.).
(2) Install the small nut.
^ Tighten to 7 Nm (62 ft. lbs.).


51. Install the shift cable and the bracket.
^ Tighten to 19 Nm (14 ft. lbs.).


52. Connect the shift cable to the manual lever.


53. Connect the wire harness to the battery hold-down bracket.


54. Connect the EVAP and PTO vent hose to the transmission filler tube bracket.


55. Install the main control cover vent tube.


56. Position the bracket in place and install the nut. Connect the transaxle harness connector.
^ Tighten to 10 Nm (89 inch lbs.).


57. Connect the Transmission Range (TR) sensor.


58. NOTE: If installing an exchange transaxle, the digital TR sensor must be aligned.
Using the special tool, align the digital TR sensor.
^ Tighten to 10 Nm (89 inch lbs.).


59. Install the air cleaner as an assembly.
(1) Install the air cleaner assembly.
(2) Connect the air intake tube.
(3) Install the retaining bolt.
^ Tighten to 10 Nm (89 inch lbs.).
(4) Install the breather tube.
(5) Connect the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor electrical connector.


60. NOTE: Before installing the battery tray, check the vent tube hose for any obstructions, kinks or incorrect routing position.
Install the battery tray.

61. Fill the transaxle with clean automatic transmission fluid.

62. Check the fluid level and correct as necessary.

Parts
OEM Part
Price (Q1 2009)
Transaxle
To 9/2/045L8Z-7000-T
0.00​
From 9/2/048L8Z-7000-B
2633.96​
Order By Code.
Labor
Diagnose/Test
Skill Level
Mfg. Warr.
Std.
Oil Leak, Diagnosis
B​
0.0​
0.5​
Includes: Clean And Dry Outside of Case and Operate Unit To Determine Point Of Leakage.
Transaxle, Diagnosis
A​
0.0​
1.8​
Includes: Time to Hook-Up and Disconnect Test Equipment. Checking System for Fault Codes, Road Test and Hydraulic Pressure Test as Required.
Replace
Complete Assembly Without Transfer of Parts
B​
7.1​
8.6​
NOTE
To R&R Driveplate, Add
B​
0.0​
0.2​
To R&R Torque Converter, Add
B​
0.0​
0.2​
Complete Assembly With Transfer of Parts
B​
0.0​
9.2​
To Flush Cooler, Add
B​
0.0​
0.6​
To R&R Driveplate, Add
B​
0.0​
0.2​
To R&R Torque Converter, Add
B​
0.0​
0.2​
Overhaul/Rebuild
B​
13.5​
17.4​
Includes: R*I Transaxle.
NOTE
To Overhaul Differential, Add
B​
0.2​
0.3​
To Overhaul Valve Body, Add
B​
1.2​
1.6​
To Fluch Cooler Lines, Add
B​
0.0​
0.6​
 

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Torque Converter: Testing and Inspection
Torque Converter Diagnosis

Prior to installing a new or remanufactured torque converter, all diagnostic procedures must be followed. This is to prevent the unnecessary installation of new or remanufactured torque converters. Only after a complete diagnostic evaluation can the decision be made to install a new or remanufactured torque converter.

Begin with the normal diagnostic procedures as follows:

1. Preliminary Inspection. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection/Preliminary Inspection

2. Know and Understand the Customers Concern.

3. Verify the Concern-Carry out the Torque Converter Operation Test. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests/Torque Converter Diagnosis

4. Carry out Diagnostic Procedures.
^ Carry out On-Board Diagnostics. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Displaying & Reading Trouble Codes
^ Repair all non-transmission DTCs first.
^ Repair all transmission DTCs.
^ Rerun on-board diagnostics to verify repair.
^ Carry out Line Pressure Test. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests/Line Pressure Test
^ Carry out Stall Speed Test. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests/Stall Speed Test
^ Carry out Diagnosis by Symptom Routines. Refer to Diagnosis By Symptom. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and
Inspection/Diagnosis By Symptom
^ Use the index to locate the appropriate routine that best describes the symptom(s). The routine will list all possible components that may cause or contribute to the symptom. Check each component listed, diagnose, and repair as required, before repairing the torque converter.

Torque Converter Clutch Operation Test
This test verifies that the torque converter clutch control system and the torque converter are operating correctly. Carry out the test as follows:

1. Carry out On-Board Diagnostic Test. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Displaying & Reading Trouble Codes Refer to Computers and Control Systems.

2. Connect a tachometer to the engine.

3. Bring engine to normal operating temperature by driving the vehicle at highway speeds for approximately 15 minutes in (D) position.

4. After normal operating temperatures are reached, maintain a constant vehicle speed of about 80 km/h (50 mph) and tap the brake pedal with the left foot.

5. Engine rpm should increase when the brake pedal is tapped, and should decrease about 5 seconds after the brake pedal is released. If this does not occur, refer to Torque Converter Operation Concerns. See: Transmission Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Diagnosis By Symptom/Torque Converter Operation Concerns. If the vehicle is at a stop and stalls in (D) at idle, move the transaxle range selector lever to the manual 1 position.

Transmission Control Systems: Testing and Inspection
Preliminary Inspection

The following items must be checked before proceeding:

Know and Understand the Concern
In order to correctly diagnose a concern, first understand the customer complaint or condition. Customer contact may be required in order to begin to verify the concern. Understand the conditions as to when the concern occurs. For example:
^ Hot or cold vehicle temperature.
^ Hot or cold ambient temperature.
^ Vehicle driving conditions.
^ Vehicle loaded or unloaded. After understanding when and how the concern occurs, proceed to verifying the concern.

Verification of Condition
This provides information which must be used in both determining the actual cause of customer concerns and carrying out the appropriate repair procedures. The following procedures must be used when verifying customer concerns for the transaxle:

Determine Customer Concerns
NOTE
: If noise/VIBRATION, check for dependencies: rpm, vehicle speed, shift, gear, range or temperature.

NOTE: Some transaxle conditions may cause engine concerns.

The torque converter clutch not disengaging will stall the engine.
^ Hot or cold vehicle operating temperature.
^ Hot or cold ambient temperature.
^ Type of terrain.
^ Vehicle loaded/unloaded.
^ City/highway driving.
^ Upshift.
^ Downshift.
^ Coasting.
^ Engagement.
^ Noise/Vibration. Check for dependencies, either rpm dependent, vehicle speed dependent, shift dependent, gear dependent, range dependent, or temperature dependent.

Transmission Control Systems: Testing and Inspection
Line Pressure Test

CAUTION
: Carry out Line Pressure Test before carrying out Stall Speed Test. If line pressure is low at stall, do not carry out stall test or further transaxle damage can occur. Do not maintain WOT in any gear range for more than 5 seconds.

CAUTION: The Transmission Tester must be removed from the transaxle and the vehicle harness connected to verify these pressures.

The Line Pressure Test verifies that the line pressure Is within specifications
1. Connect pressure gauge to line pressure tap.


2. Start engine and check line pressures.

3. If line pressure is not within specifications, carry out on-board diagnostics and pinpoint test, air pressure check and repair main control system or pump as required. See: Displaying & Reading Trouble Codes See: Pinpoint Tests
Gear
Line Pressure at Idle
Line Pressure at Stall
kPa
psi
kPa
psi
P/N
441-524​
64-76​
-​
-​
R
441-524​
64-76​
1786-2027​
259-294​
D
324-372​
47-54​
1158-1269​
168-184​
2
324-372​
47-54​
1158-1269​
168-184​
1
324-372​
47-54​
1158-1269​
168-184​
Line Pressure Diagnosis
If the line pressure is low at idle in all ranges check the following items:
^ Low fluid level
^ Restricted inlet filter
^ Loose main body
^ Solenoid body or accumulator body to case bolts
^ Excessive leakage in pump
^ Case
^ Control bodies
^ Sticking main regulator valve or damaged inlet tube seal on inlet filter
^ Damaged gaskets or separator plate

If the line pressure is high at idle in all ranges then check the following items:
^ Main regular valve
^ Solenoid body and wiring harness
^ Run Quick Test referred to in Electrical Diagnosis.

Transmission Control Systems: Testing and Inspection
Stall Speed Test

The Stall Speed Test checks the operation of the following items:
^ Torque converter one-way clutch
^ Forward clutch
^ Low/reverse one-way clutch
^ Reverse clutch
^ Forward one-way clutch
^ Engine driveability concerns

1. WARNING: Apply the service and parking brakes firmly while carrying out each stall test. Failure to set brakes can result in death or bodily injury.

CAUTION
: Carry out Line Pressure Test before carrying out the stall test. See: Line Pressure Test If line pressure is low at stall, do not carry out stall test or further transaxle damage can occur.

NOTE: The stall test should only be carried out with the engine and transaxle at normal operating temperatures.

Connect a tachometer to the engine.

2. CAUTION: Do not maintain Wide Open Throttle (WOT) in any gear range for more than 5 seconds.

CAUTION: If engine rpm recorded by the tachometer exceeds maximum specified rpm, release accelerator pedal immediately. Clutch or band slippage is indicated.

Press accelerator pedal to floor (WOT) in each range. Record rpm reached in each range. Stall speeds should be in appropriate range.
Engine
RPM
3.0L​
2451-2870​
2.3L​
2095-2467​
After testing DRIVE (D) and REVERSE, move transaxle range selector lever to NEUTRAL (N) and run engine for about 15 seconds to allow torque converter to cool before testing next range.

If the stall speeds were too high, refer to the following Stall Speed Diagnosis Chart. If the stall speeds were too low, first check engine tune-up. If engine is OK, remove torque converter and check torque converter one-way clutch for slippage.
Range
Possible Source
D, 2, 1​
Forward Clutch
Forward One-Way Clutch
Low One-Way Clutch
R​
Reverse Clutch
Low/Reverse Clutch
Parts
OEM Part
Price (Q1 2009)
4 - Fluid FilterF3RZ-7A098-AA
30.40​
Accumulator Body
Serviced in Valve Body
Valve Body
Serviced in Valve Body
1 - Valve Body Main Control3L8Z-7A100-BB
657.55​
2 - Valve Body, SolenoidXS7Z-7G391-AA
274.91​
19 - Front PumpF7RZ-7A103-AA
337.22​
1 - Transaxle Housing3L8Z-7005-EA
737.18​
1 - Converter HousingXS7Z-7005-DA
1009.55​
2 - Case, Side Cover3L8Z-7G004-AA
42.43​
Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Gasket & Seal KitF7RZ-7153-AA
62.55​
Low & Reverse Clutch
33 - PistonF3RZ-7D402-A
63.65​
38 - Clutch DiscF3RZ-7B164-C
10.06​
37 - Clutch PlateF3RZ-7B442-B
9.68​
32 - SealF3RZ-7D404-A
7.48​
34 - SealF3RZ-7D403-A
7.14​
40 - SpringF3RZ-7B070-A
13.55​
39 - Pressure PlateF3RZ-7B066-D
16.60​
Order by Thickness.
42 - Pressure PlateF3RZ-7B066-B
13.23​
36 - Snap RingF3RZ-7D483-J
13.99​
43 - Snap RingF3RZ-7D483-A
4.99​
41 - One-Way Clutch5L8Z-7A089-AB
160.31​
35 - Return Spring2S7Z-7Z527-AA
11.43​
44 - Planet Carrier Assembly3L8Z-7D006-AA
287.27​
45 - BearingF3RZ-7H029-A
7.50​
48 - BearingF3RZ-7H032-A
7.97​
46 - Thrust BearingF3RZ-7F240-A
15.90​
47 - Ring GearF3RZ-7Z153-C
143.90​
49 - Thrust WasherF3RZ-7G099-A
4.58​
Order by Thickness.
Coast Clutch
18 - Pressure PlateF8RZ-7B066-AA
11.47​
19 - SpringF8RZ-7E085-AA
21.50​
20 - Clutch PlateF3RZ-7B442-C
8.19​
21 - Clutch DiscF3RZ-7B164-B
6.63​
Forward Clutch
14 - Forward Clutch PistonF8RZ-7A262-AB
117.73​
24 - One-Way Clutch3L8Z-7A089-AA
292.46​
25 - Shaft & Bushing KitF6RZ-7F213-BA
170.25​
27 - Planet Carrier Assembly3L8Z-7A398-AA
267.43​
29 - Ring GearF3RZ-7A153-B
245.55​
26 - Thrust BearingF3RZ-7H027-A
8.68​
28 - Thrust BearingF3RZ-7H028-A
10.83​
23 - Snap RingYS2Z-7D483-AA
27.05​
Order by Thickness.
22 - Forward Clutch Pressure PlateF8RZ-7B066-BA
24.43​
17 - Clutch DiscF7RZ-7B164-AA
7.74​
16 - Clutch PlateF3RZ-7B442-D
6.39​
15 - RetainerXS2Z-7G299-AA
23.70​
30 - Bearing & RaceF3RZ-7G178-AA
9.85​
31 - DrumF3RZ-7A626-A
144.60​
Direct & Coast Clutch
1 - Snap RingYS2Z-7D483-AA
27.05​
Order by Thickness.
6 - Snap RingF3RZ-7C122-A
13.49​
2 - Pressure PlateF3RZ-7B477-A
23.72​
3 - Clutch PlateF3RZ-7B442-E
7.24​
4 - Clutch DiscF6RZ-7B164-A
5.96​
5 - Thrust WasherF3RZ-7G116-A
4.58​
7 - RetainerF4RZ-7F235-A
6.55​
8 - SealF3RZ-7F225-A
3.89​
10 - SealF3RZ-7A548-B
3.89​
12 - InnerF3RZ-7A548-C
4.28​
12 - OuterF3RZ-7A548-A
5.94​
9 - PistonF3RZ-7A262-A
115.87​
11 - Cylinder2S7Z-7G120-BB
142.67​
13 - Clutch PistonF8RZ-7A262-BA
14.50​
Reverse Clutch
50 - Thrust BearingF3RZ-7H241-A
9.50​
51 - Clutch Hub AssemblyF3RZ-7D391-A
88.32​
52 - Snap RingF3RZ-7D483-B
10.98​
Order by Thickness.
53 - Pressure PlateF3RZ-7D408-A
19.70​
54 - Clutch PlateF3RZ-7B442-A
15.20​
55 - Clutch DiscF3RZ-7B164-A
6.31​
56 - Retaining RingF3RZ-7H225-A
7.86​
57 - Support & SpringF3RZ-7G335-A
11.03​
58 - PistonF3RZ-7E079-A
21.67​
59 - Reverse Clutch Drum3L8Z-7D044-AA
157.48​
60 - ShellF4RZ-7D064-A
69.00​
Labor
Replace
Skill Level
Mfg. Warr.
Std.
Fluid Filter
B​
0.0​
2.2​
Valve Body
B​
2.7​
4.0​
NOTE
To Overhaul Valve Body, Add
B​
1.2​
1.6​
Oil Pump
B​
7.5​
9.1​
Includes: R&I Transaxle.
Case, Side Cover
B​
2.0​
2.7​
 

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:lol: 40 minutes might get you to step 25, on a good day.
 
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