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Username Post: Slipping rebuilt th350        (Topic#349570)
Marcus 
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Loc: San Diego, California
Reg: 02-19-01
02-08-18 09:18 PM - Post#2723833    

Ok, did a high performance rebuild on my th350 and on initial test drive I had virtually no reverse...slipped badly. Also drive slipped but low gear was solid. I didn't drive it further to test how it shifted for fear of burning up some clutches. I had used a b & m shift kit so I removed the valve body and discovered the separator plates were really loose and not torqued properly. After I reinstalled it reverse magically worked now and low worked as before, however drive still slips. What should I check...I'm thinking of checking transmission pressure etc. Any ideas?



 




Shepherd 
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Posts: 1259

Loc: Lake George, NY
Reg: 11-11-15
02-09-18 01:16 PM - Post#2723890    
    In response to Marcus

Ok, so you didn't have this issue before rebuilding the trans? Manual low is ok, drive is not? You should pressure test it in drive, but I think something may be wrong in the valve body, or a broken sealing ring. No quick answer here, a number of things can cause this.



 
Marcus 
Senior Member
Posts: 394

Loc: San Diego, California
Reg: 02-19-01
02-09-18 11:47 PM - Post#2723922    
    In response to Shepherd

Suspect you are correct about the valve body...however I will pressure test it in drive and go from there thx



 




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