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Old 04-07-2007
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Dude, you should NOT have removed that! It's the band adjuster for the 2nd gear band. That is NOT where I showed to put it.

When replaced, it has to be put at a very specific torque to make the transmisstion work right. That nut around it is the locknut to keep the adjuster from moving.

Heh, whoops lol. I put it back in to the exact same spot as when I pulled it out, luckily I marked the position of them before I removed them! I got it in right and everything, I should have payed more attention thought. Thanks again for the help, transmission seems just the same as before.
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I'm not sure what it is on a '94, but if you want, I can look up exactly how to adjust that. You'll need a low range torque wrench that measures very low foot pounds, or an inch-pound one. If you can find one of those to use, I can talk you through the adjustment. I have a manual for a '94 here somewhere...
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I know this is a bit late and all n3elz but I was wondering if you still had the manual? It's been really rough since then and pretty much whip-lash into 2nd, if you could let me know it'd really appreciate it, thanks ahead of time!!
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Good luck getting a hold of John, He has deserted us....:( If you view his public profile, he hasn't been on since 5-22-07.
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He'll be back eventually, it's probably just going to be a while Kyle...
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Aww that stinks. Hope he is alright, seems like a great and helpful guy!
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I know this thread has been restarted a bunch but could somebody repost the picture of which bolt your supposed to replace with the sensor. I'v got an 03 and i was just under there but i cant figure out which bolt it is..
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