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TM 10-3930-632-34
distortion, and other damage; replace damaged parts.
14-2.
Removal and Disassembly
c.
Inspect the pillow block for a cracked mounting
bracket, and for rough, catching, or sticking operation;
Remove and disassemble the control lever and
replace a damaged pillow block.
linkage by referring to figure 14-1 and following the order
d.
Inspect the control rod for bends and for
of indexing depicted therein.
damaged threads; replace a damaged control rod.
e.
Inspect the bracket for cracks, worn or
WARNING
damaged threads, and for worn or scored bushings. If
the bushings are damaged, drive them out and drive in
Dry cleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean
new bushings.
parts is potentially dangerous to personnel and
property.  Avoid repeated and prolonged skin
14-4.
Reassembly and Installation
contact.
Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100 F.
Refer to figure 14-1 and reassemble and install the
- 138 F. (39 C. - 59 C.).
transmission control lever and linkage.
14-5.
Adjustment
14-3.
Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair
Adjust the transmission control linkage (TM 10-3930-
a.
Clean all parts with cleaning solvent P-D-680
632-12).
and dry thoroughly.
b.
Inspect the shift lever and shift rod for cracks,
Section II. TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL
woodruff key (33). Pull brake drum (3) and oil seal (4)
14-6.
General
from shaft. Remove and discard preformed packing (5).
The torque converter, mounted on the engine
c.
Attach a suitable puller and pull front bearing
flywheel, is directly coupled to the transmission main
(6) from shaft. Remove retainer ring (7) and shim (8).
drive gear.
Power flows through the transmission
d.
Slide gear spacer (9) and thrust washer (10)
directional selectors and gears to provide driving torque
from shaft. Pull gear (11) and bearing spacer (12).
for the front drive wheels.
e.
Remove reverse clutch pack (13) and forward
clutch pack (14). Lay aside for disassembly.
14-7.
Removal
f.
Remove locating ring (35) and rear bearing
Remove transmission as outlined in paragraph 2-9b.
(34).
g.
Remove capscrews (20) and lockwashers
14-8.
Disassembly
(21). Pull bearing caps (22) from housing. Remove and
a.
Remove the transmission control valve (29,
discard gaskets (23) and sealing rings (24).
b.
Remove cotter pins (1). Remove nut (2) and
14-3

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