TRANSMISSION CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY - CONTINUED
For more information on how to clean parts, go to General Maintenance Instructions (page 2-46).
Solvent burns easily. Solvent fumes can explode. Do not smoke or allow open flame nearby when using solvent.
Failure to observe these precautions could cause serious injury or death.
Be sure to wear safety goggles or lenses when using compressed air. Compressed air and particles moved by
compressed air can cause damage to your eyes.
All metal parts
a. Clean in drycleaning solvent.
b. Clean bores by flushing with dryclean-
c. Dry parts with compressed air.
For more information on how to inspect parts, go to General Maintenance Instructions (page 2-46).
All machined sur-
a. Look for wear, scratches, grooves, and
faces and parts
dirt in bores.
b. Look for nicks, burrs, and scratches on
c. Remove minor scratches with crocus
cloth or soft stone.
If scratches are deep, replace the
Before assembling parts in bores, check shape of valves and plugs and make sure they are in correct position. Be sure right springs
are being used in bore.
Valves should move freely in their bores of their own weight. If they do not, look for burrs on valve or in bore, and remove them with