This task covers:
All vehicles except: M997A2, M1025A2,
M1035A2, M1043A2, M1045A2, M1097A2,
General mechanic's tool kit:
Transmission disassembled into
General Safety Instructions
Air pressure must not exceed 50 psi (345 kPa)
when air checking clutch piston.
Work area should be well ventilated, clean, and free from blowing
dirt and dust.
Remove snapring (1), sprag retainer (2), outer race (3), bushing (4), sprag (5), and bushing (4) from
direct clutch housing (6).
Remove snapring (7), backing plate (8), six clutch disks (10), and steel clutch plates (9) from clutch
housing (6). Discard clutch disks (10).
Using press, clutch spring compressor, and clutch spring compressor adapter, compress spring
Remove snapring (11) securing spring retainer (12) to clutch housing (6).
Keep direct clutch release springs separate from forward clutch
Remove spring retainer (12), fourteen release springs (13), and clutch piston (15) from clutch
Remove air seal (16) and center seal (17) from clutch piston (15). Discard seals (16) and (17).
Remove outer seal (18) from clutch housing (6). Discard seal (18).
Remove clutch piston apply ring (14) from clutch piston (15).
Clean all direct clutch and intermediate sprag components in accordance with para. 2-13.
For general inspection instructions, refer to para. 2-14.
Inspect clutch backing plate (8) and six steel clutch plates (9) for signs of burning, scoring, or
cracks. Replace any plate if burnt, scored, or cracked.