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torq bind and the duty c sol.


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#1 bilbobagginz

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Posted 07 May 2012 - 05:11 AM

good morning all, i have a couple of tips to add to the walk through on the duty c sol change out. when doing this procedure there is a small plastic screen/strainer filter under the C solinoid that should be checked and cleaned. it goes in with the spring side down. i got some good pics. next it is much easyer to reinstall the tail housing if you remove the transfer clutch pack and install this on the output shaft of the tranny. doing it this way makes it easyer to line up the clutch disc's and slide it onto the shaft and know that it is seated properly. it also makes the housing lighter hence less fatiging holding up for install. finished this procedure yesterday and the differance in driving was immediate, like a differant car! very pleased.




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