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Old 07-26-2007, 11:14 PM
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700r4 question

Hey guys I've got an 1988 700r4 and I can't get the apply piston out of the bottom of the case. My spring compressor keeps popping out of the luggs in the case. I can push the spring retainer down just a little bit but compressor pops loose if I go any further. This is my first tranny rebuild and from what I've heard I picked a good one. Any suggestions or tips will be GREATLY appreciated

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Is your tool damaged, not correct?

You don't have to move it much, just release the tension on the retaining snap ring.
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Now that I know that the reatainer goes down very little, I know that I'm going in the right direction. It just does lossen the tension. Also, I'm having a tough time getting the snap ring out. I can't find the pair with the bent tips anywhere. Is there anything else that I can use?
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often the revers piston spring retainer inner hole is too tight to slide over the case . this can make it difficult to remove and install this retainer..

i slightly grind the ID of the retainer to gain clearance


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