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Old 06-11-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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So i had to replace the 4th gear clutch shaft and i for some dumb reason pulled the valve body appart and in the process 2 of the balls fell out and Im not exactly sure where they go. So does someone have a pic of where these things belong?
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Please add your year and model to your signature in the future. It would help greatly had you mentioned which you have to determine the correct transmission.

Although..you are replacing the 4th clutch shaft which typically does not wear out in the 4T60, and does in the 4T65

Here'* the valve body checkball location from the FSM
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I know there'* more on another side. Here'* a link to a friends rebuild thread where everything is labeled and mentioned.
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You have a 99 bonneville SE? Might want to put that in your sig to make it easier for others to help you.

EDIT: Nevermind, forgot to hit enter while I was searching for a picture.
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thanks for the help there. sorry about the whole sig thing i thought i had set that up.
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It'* not a big deal when you gave us enough into to get it done.

Just had to read and know the common issue to know the right trans. Other thing is..the 60 and 65 are "probably" the same locations and probably nearly the same VB design.
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