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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Low and Reverse and 1-2-3-4 Clutch Housing Cleaning and Inspection Automatic Transmission Unit Automatic Clutches

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Low and Reverse and 1-2-3-4 Clutch Housing Cleaning and Inspection Automatic Transmission Unit Automatic Clutches

Low and Reverse and 1-2-3-4 Clutch Housing Cleaning and Inspection

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Caution:After cleaning the transmission components, allow to air dry.Do not use cloth or paper towels in order to dry any transmissioncomponents. Lint from the towels can cause componentfailure.

Caution:Do not reuse cleaning solvents. Previously used solvents maydeposit sediment which may damage the component.

Preliminary ProceduresThoroughly clean the housing with clean solvent.Inspect the piston bores and retainer ring grooves for wear,damage or porosity.

1

1–2–3–4 Clutch Spring RetainerGroove

2

1–2–3–4 Clutch PistonBore

3

Low and Reverse Clutch Spring Retainer Groove

4

Low and Reverse Clutch Piston Bore

5

Clutch Oil Passages

6

Air Bleed Passages

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Lead/Pull Description Wheels
At a constant highway speed on a typical straight road,lead/pull is the amount of effort required at the steering wheel tomaintain the vehicle's straight path.Important:Vehicles will tend to lead/pull in the direction of the roadslope as part of normal operation.Lead/pull is usually caused by the fo ...

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