Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
ATSG (Automatic Transmission Service Group ) makes the best manuals IMO.
The typical manual is 80 to 120 pages long and in addition to detailed tear down and assembly instructions will include valuable information such as road test procedures, diagnostic information, oil pressure and range reference charts, wiring and hydraulic diagrams, checkball and thrust washer locations, torque and end play specifications, electronic controls and operations, special tools and updates.
Just an exploded view is not a good idea, as it will not contain what you need to determine serviceability of the hard parts and lack of clearance specifications for the end thrust, bearing races, clutch pack clearances, runout's and many other critical specifications... not to mention the updates and fixes. Might want to think about that.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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