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What is the main failure when re-installing an automatic transmission

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Lining up the flex place so the bolt pattern is correct is the hardest part when re-installing.

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IN-VEHICLE REPAIR Transmission Range (TR) Sensor Removal
  1. Disconnect the transmission range (TR) sensor electrical connector and the selector lever cable.
  1. NOTE: Failure to hold the shift lever while loosening or tightening the manual shaft lever will transmit rotational torque to the TR switch and shift mechanism.
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