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A904 torqueflite automatic transmission valvebody ballbearing locations? I DROPPED ONE and don't know were it goes. please HELP

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Exchange it. If you don't know where is goes, then you probably did not know how important it is to not contaminate the valve body. For example, you can't even use a cloth shop towel. It leave invisible lint. I doubt it would be any good already. A valve body is not normally taken apart on a transmission overhaul, and an exchange is always recommended.
They are not expensive. This racing parts link has them for less than $200.

http://www.campbellenterprises.com/automatic-transmission-parts/valve-body-transmission-brakes/manual-valve-body.php

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