The Master kit will have Borg Warner clutches and new steels. Sorry to hear about your plight, but is, unfortunately, very common. Wear marks on the outside of the Support versus some case protrusions told me exactly how to rotate the Support into it's original orientation. We do have customers making over this power level on the stock style Gemini dual chain sets, but these are street tire cars and that offers a bit of cushion. Well I finished my 4T65E rebuild of my Pontiac and it shifts fine. Anyway, same day as the wheel bearing, got hit by a lady going to fast in the snow. I note that the pump slide in the spare pump does not have any grooves, nor do the vanes have ridges.
Sorry to hear about your situation, but many of us have been through it. Regulator valve looks good and the bore is fine. This shop is not local to me so they are not even an option. If you have some basic and specialty tools that can be easily bought , then you can rebuild your transmission yourself and save a few thousand dollars. Any part that does not meet our strict guidelines will be completely disassembled and gone through until our quality requirements have been restored. Oil filter: No alarms; see previous post s.
Maybe they are just too corroded. All these clutches and steels will come with the Master Kit. The torque coverter is slipping more and more. Good luck and keep us posted. Like the 2nd piston, this one has a bonded seal and must be replaced comes with the Master kit.
As you've probably read, the main culprits are the converter relief valve and stock seals. You're also making the smart move by replacing the transmission. I thought some would be able to use it for rebuilding. Line Boost Valve and Pressure Regulator Valve: The line boost valve and reverse boost valve ride inside the boost valve bushing: The inner bore of the aluminum bushing is clearly worn, and these valves are rattling around inside too freely. The additional cost may be higher than installing a reman or rebuilt transmission--not to mention the extra downtime.
Donated the engine to the shop class for tear-down, and let the kids take home whatever parts they wanted yes, the M90 was gone. So while The only other… With the hood open remove the 2 two headlamp assembly bolts from the upper fascia support. I think that if you install the long shaft with the snap ring on it first with that slinger ring in place, then install all the other pieces over it. Got the car back yesterday, and its fun to drive again. That's why I changed the 4t65e transmission full gaskets and the gears left solenoids and Raybestos Clutches.
Sorry I did not get a pic of the the 2nd Clutch Drum I installed next; it had to be rotated like the sprag to get it's clutch plates to line up one-by one and drop the drum into place; though this one only took a minute. The 4T65 was built at Warren Transmission in Warren, Michigan. I'm really glad the warranty company stepped up to the plate on this. Inspection of the pump shows no grooves or abnormal wear, everything is nice and smooth. I've now inspected everything I can at least until the sprag retaining ring arrives. Regulator valve looks good and the bore is fine. The shift solenoids on these are troublesome and not cheap to replace either.
Installing a shift improver kit can also help cure this problem. It started out where it would hesitate when you would accelerate from a stop and then shudder hard shifting between gears. The next limitation after that is the stock gear set, which is good until around 350whp. So I'm likely going to send the hub and the shaft in to Dave at tripleedgeperformance. I don't want to end up paying a lot of money for something I don't need. If a decision has to be made to replace the transmission, I highly recommend you consider a as your first choice. The 4T65E was used in cars weighing up to 6500 pounds and with motors that made up to a max of 280 ft.
Unfortunately due to supplier issues and a few other reasons we stopped offering this as a readily available option around Spring 2013. They gave me a brand new transmission and said that it also included a 100k, 6 year warranty transmission only. Pan Gasket in excellent shape after cleaning, and can be reused. Last edited by on Tue Jun 03, 2008 4:14 pm, edited 1 time in total. There are also aftermarket beefed-up output shafts, half axles, etc. Chevy found leak at final drive assembly; bushing cracked on final drive assembly; worn bearing in case extension.
There's a lot more info on this site about transmission issues, and I invite you to do your own research. For about what you would pay for a failure-prone stock reman, you can get a built transmission that has all of the flaws corrected so that you never run into this problem again. Please view our Custom Order Info page before contacting us for an order, Thank You! This is a must-replace on any pre-2003 4T65E. The main issue is that the remanufactured trans you get from the dealer will have the same flaws as the one being replaced, so it is quite likely you'll have the same or other issues eventually. About the same time Sonnax released their new billet aluminum oversized 3rd clutch apply piston kit so we have been using these since then and the results have been good and is also a readily available part from our normal parts supplier and is also a great drop-in upgrade. The whine is supposedly caused from the pump struggling to move fluid through the filter since it is clogged with debris.
If I manually shifted to 2nd it would go away. He's also replacing Rad and adding external cooler. I continued to ask why do the 07-09 impala ss cars have a 100,000 mile warranty but the 06, its first year produced only have a 36,000. What do you guys think? If your shop balks at the idea, explain to them that this will lower their warranty costs on your deal, as they won't have to go through this another time. Because these transmissions are built to order, they are considered a Custom Order, and are non-refundable once work has began on rebuilding it.