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Old 12-28-2007, 11:48 AM
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4R100 Check Balls?

Does anyone know where a diagram of the 4R100 valve body can be found?
A buddy is rebuilding one, but can't find the info through his usual channels, guess they don't work on these much at Freightliner dealerships. He just needs to know where the check ***** are, etc. Thanks.
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If nobody answers, I can scan in my TransGo instruction sheet with that info when I get home. I suspect somebody will have it for you before then, though...
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That would be cool - thats exactly what he was looking for; this is the same dude that did my tugger. Just can't find that sheet now.
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Stupid rubber checkballs.......pffft. WTF were they thinking?
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Okay -- I'll scan it in this evening if nobody answered by then...
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I appreciate it, thanks.
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Sorry for the delay -- I almost forgot about it... I uploaded them to my webserver. Let me know when you have them and I'll remove them since they're kind of big...

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Got 'em, thanks.
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Rep points given Joe. Those diagrams looks like a biotch to follow. Have you done yours yet? Tugger right?
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Rep points given Joe. Those diagrams looks like a biotch to follow. Have you done yours yet? Tugger right?
lol... Thanks. That's just two out of the six pages. It looks better when you read all of them. I haven't gotten to it yet. I really want to put the whole thing in, which means I'm pulling the tranny. One of these days I'll get some time off enough to get it done. I really wish I would've done it when I had access to the base shop with a lift down at Tyndall, but I didn't know then that I'd be looking at this. I have a buddy with a lift bay here in Dallas, but I hate bugging him. We did my Ranger clutch in about an hour and a half (yeah, I know -- Ranger tranny). This one will probably take a bit longer.
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I'd highly recommend getting a good E40D/4R100 book in addition to the manual. I did mine with the help of a friend who's a professional (ok, I was actually helping him), and it was the first time either of us had seen the inside of one of these. They aren't built like other trannys. There's a couple special tools that you're supposed to have, but we got by with just the tools in the back of my truck, and a couple from his shop.
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