Disassembly Of Transmission

SEPARATE BASIC SUBASSEMBLY 1. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR

Supra Transmission Speed Sensor Wire

2. REMOVE SPEED SENSOR

(a) Disconnect the wiring connector.

(b) Remove the speed sensor.

Speed Sensor Supra

3. REMOVE SHIFT HANDLE

4. REMOVE NEUTRAL START SWITCH

Sst 09610 20012

5. REMOVE OIL PUMP

(a) Remove the seven bolts.

(b) Position SST on the shaft in back of the spline. SST 09610-20012

CAUTION: Do not damage the shaft bushing surface. Turn the end bolt of SST to free the pump.

(c) Grasp the front pump stator shaft and pull the pump from the case.

Corolla Auto Gearbox Schematics

6. WATCH FOR BEARING BEHIND OIL PUMP

Remove Oil Pump Toyota Avalon
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7. REMOVE CONVERTER HOUSING

(a) Remove the two 12-mm bolts and four 10-mm bolts.

(b) Hold the input shaft while removing the convert* housing.

8. REMOVE EXTENSION HOUSING AND GASKET

9. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR

(a) Remove the snap ring.

(b) Remove the drive gear and the steel ball.

10. REMOVE SENSOR ROTOR, KEY AND SNAP RING FROM OUTPUT SHAFT

11. REMOVE PAN AND GASKET

(a) Remove the fourteen bolts.

(b) Remove the pan by lifting the transmission case.

NOTE: Do not turn the transmission over as this will contaminate the valve body with foreign materials in the bottom of the pan.

12. EXAMINE PARTICLES IN PAN

Remove the magnet and use it to collect any steel Look carefully at the chips and particles in the pan the magnet to anticipate what type of wear you will in the transmission:

Steel (magnetic) - bearing, gear and clutch plate wear.

Brass (nonmagnetic) « bushing wear.

Toyota Celica Pop 1992

13. TURN TRANSMISSION OVER AND REMOVE TUBES

Pry up both tube ends with a large screwdriver and remove the four tubes.

14. REMOVE SOLENOID WIRING

(a) Disconnect connector from the No. 1 and 2 solenoid and the No. 3 solenoid.

(b) Remove the grommet from the transmission case.

(c) Pull the wiring out of the transmission case.

15. REMOVE STRAINER

16. REMOVE VALVE BODY

(a) Remove the fifteen bolts.

(b) Remove the B2 and C2 accumulator piston springs.

(c) Disconnect the throttle cable from the cam and remove the valve body.

17. REMOVE THROTTLE CABLE AND RETAINER

Using a 10-mm socket, push the plastic throttle cable retainer out of the transmission case.

18. COVER PISTON WITH A RAG AND REMOVE ACCUMULATOR PISTONS AND SPRINGS WARNING: Keep face away to avoid injury.

Position a rag to catch each piston. Using low-pressure compressed air (1 kg/cm2, 14 psi or 98 kPa, max.), pop each piston into the rag. Force air into the holes shown, and remove the pistons and springs.

19. REMOVE PARKING LOCK ROD

20. REMOVE SPRING, PIVOT PIN AND PARKING LOCK PAWl

21. IF NECESSARY, REMOVE MANUAL LEVER SHAFT

(a) Using a hammer and screwdriver, pry and shift the collar.

(b) Using a hammer and punch, drive out the pin.

(c) Slide the shaft out case and remove the detent plate.

22. PLACE TRANSMISSION CASE ON CYLINDER

Place the transmission on a cylindrical stand for more efficient work.

CAUTION: Place shop rags between the case and stand to avoid damaging the case.

23. MEASURE DISTANCE BETWEEN TOP OF CASE AND CLUTCH DRUM

Set SST on the case as shown in the figure. SST 09350-20013 (09370-12010) Make a note of the finding for reassembly.

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