kenneeds Posted July 2, 2005 Report Share Posted July 2, 2005 I have replaced the shift soldenoids in my 94 Eldorado, and as this my first effort inside a tranny, I need some help. The valve body has 4 steel ball bearings that I assume are check valves. 3 of them were easy to identify where they should be placed, into the ports next to the small relief holes in the bottom of the valve body. However the 4th one near the shift solenoids is not as clear, as the valve body lower piece does not have a good reference point to install the ball valve. In inspecting the top of the body, I see 4 milled locations that look indentical, that align perfectly with the 3 obvious locations in the bottom of the body. The 4th location that looks milled for one of the balls is very near the shift solenoids. So I did is bass ackwards, and installed the balls in the milled locations in the valve body top, with the top laying flat, and turned up, then installed the bottom of the valve body onto the top, aligned it, compressed it with my hands, and turned it all over for the installation of the bolts that hold the top and bottom together. Since I have not reinstalled the valve body yet, can someone tell me if this sounds correct. I hope someone who has experienced this can help me. Thanks, Ken Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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