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Old 09-26-2013, 09:24 PM   #41
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Hmmm, I don't ever recall having to make any special tools to put mine back together.

Now, if you can make a tool for the spring clip on the output shaft of the 4L60-E, you'd be a millionaire.
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You must have more talented fingers than I do to push down the spring plate and clip the snap ring back on the drum. I asked my son to help me but he just puts the clip in his mouth. He is 16mo old he should start figuring this stuff out!
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LOL, darn right he should be.
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Transmission is in and it has worked fine for the past three days!
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Well Dad came and picked up the Buick today and it made it back to Oregon. I told him it had the 50/50 warranty, if it breaks in half he gets to keep both halfs! I'm glad to have my truck back.
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I like that warranty. Hopefully this is the last time you work on it.
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Guess it'* the least I could do for them. If it weren't for them I wouldn't be here but man anything that could go wrong went wrong with this deal.
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William,

Sorry about the problems with the tranny, thanks for taking the time to share what happened. A lot of very good information here.
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Thanks Michael, what was to be a quick, easy and cheap fix turned into a long, hard, and expensive project! If I had a time machine the transmission would have a SERTA sticker on the side of it!
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