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Old 05-27-2012, 11:46 PM
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700r4 3/4 accumulater

hi i am new here but could someone tell me is there a spring for the 3/4 accumulator in a 700r4 and a diagram of how it goes in ,just pulled mine apart to put a constant presser valve body in and there is no spring.. there is a spring in the 1/2 but not the 3/4.. gearbox is supposed to have been built in a professional shop thanks Carl

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on the 3 -4 i use washer to brinng the piston flush for a more postive 3-4 shift on any 700 or 4l60e use the washers first then piston tabs facing down the dimples up check for wear at the pins as far as the 1-2 i keep the stock spring
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I didnt put a piston or a spring in the 3-4 acumulator.It was most likely built that way on purpose.
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ive seen some people tap the feed hole and leave out but i stick with using the pison and washers
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thanks for the reply guys
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