7-4. TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT/REPAIR (CONT)
Install preformed packing (74) onto shaft
Use care when installing assembled
piston to prevent damage to
preformed packing and outer piston
Install assembled piston (73) into shaft
assembly (59). Ensure that piston aligns
with locating pins in shaft assembly.
Install thrust washer (72), four
springs (71), and retainer (69).
Springs are under tension. Always wear safety glasses when working on compressed
springs. Carefully handle spring in compressed form. Failure to follow this precaution
could cause personal injury.
Place shaft assembly (59) in a press. Install a spring compressor tool.
Ensure that retainer ring is secure in groove before spring compressor tool is removed
from retainer to prevent springs from flying out. Failure to follow this precaution could
cause personal injury.
Press down on spring compressor tool and retainer (69) to allow installation of retainer
ring (70). Slowly remove spring compressor tool.
Carefully handle clutch plates so graphite coating doesn't flake off. Failure to follow this
precaution could cause equipment damage.
The separator plates have external teeth and clutch plates have internal teeth. The
plates do not have a right or wrong side for installation.
Install six separator plates (68) and six clutch plates (67) into shaft assembly (59). Begin with
a separator plate and then a clutch plate. Continue by alternating plates. The last plate must
be a clutch plate.