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Section XIII. TRANSMISSION
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Section XIV. PROPELLER SHAFT
c. Removal. Refer to figure 3-45 and remove the
transmission oil filter as follows:
(1) Remove seat. Disconnect inlet and outlet oil
hoses from fittings in filter base.
(2) Refer to b above and remove transmission oil
filter from base.
(3) Remove tw screws, two spacers, and filter
base from frame.
d. Installation. Refer to figure 3-45 and install
transmission oil filter as follows:
(1) Install filter base and two spacers on frame
and secure with two screws.
(2) Refer to b above and install oil filter on filter
base.
(3) Connect inlet and outlet oil lines to fittings
in filter base.
(4) Check level of oil in transmission on oil level
gage (fig. 3-461 and add oil if necessary.
3-54. Transmission Oil Cooler Lines
a. General. The transmission oil is cooled by flow-
ing through tubes in a cooler mounted below the
radiator. The oil flows from the transmission con-
verter through the oil cooler. From the oil cooler
it flows through the filter back to the transmission.
b. Removal Remove floor plate. Refer to figure
3-47 and remove oil cooler lines as follows:
Figure 3-45. Transmission oil filter,
(1) Disconnect hose assembly (6) from the filter
installed view.
and transmission. Remove hose assembly.
(4) Check oil level in transmission at trans-
(2) Disconnect hose assembly (8) from oil filter.
mission oil gage (fig. 3-46). Add oil if necessary.
Remove clamps (8 and 9) and disconnect hose
assembly from elbow (12) at oil cooler. Remove hose
assembly.
(3) Disconnect line assembly (13) from trans-
mission and from elbow (10) at oil cooler and remove
line assembly.
c. Inspection
(1) Inspect hose and line assemblies for deteriora-
tion, signs of leakage, and damage. Inspect tube for
cracks and bends.
(2) Inspect threads on hose and line assemblies
and in fittings for stripped threads and other
damage.
d. Installation. Refer to figure 3-47 and install
the transmission oil cooler lines as follows:
(1) Connect lines assembly (13) to elbow (10)
at radiator and to fittings at transmission.
(2) Connect hose assembly (8) to elbow (12) on
radiator. Extend hose up along left side of radiator
and secure with clamp (9). Connect hose into elbow
(1) in filter base.
(3) Connect hose assembly (6) to elbow (5) on
filter base and to adapter (11) at transmission.
(4) Check level of oil in transmission and add
oil if necessary.
Figure 3-46. Transmission oil level gage.
(5) Install floor plate on truck.
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