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Removed the valve body from a chrysler 46re transmission. The rod that attaches to the top of the valve body (park rod?) came out of the transmisson. How do I re install it?

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2wd? If you remove the tailshaft you will be removing the whole overdrive assembly. I would try pulling the driveshaft and seal. Then see if you can remove and install a new bushing. It is quit a bit of work to reinstall the overdrive unit.

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I think you may be fighting the shift interlock with the brake pedal. Remember, to shift out of Park you need to step on the brake.
You might need someone to hold down the brake pedal while you try to realign the rod from underneath.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: removing the valve body on a transmission on a 1998 plymouth neon

Check for DETENT CABLE this is Normally what hangs one Up at this Point of Disassemble of VB.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Needs to relearn shift stratagies. May need scan tool help If trans shop did work take it back. Don't forget to use the right fluid. Even trans shops don't care.



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U GOING TO NEED A FRAME SPREDDER REMOE THE DRIVE SHAFTS . REMOVE THE T CASE , REMOVE TOR CONVERTOR BOLTS AND REMOVE ALL THE BOLTS FROM TRANNY PS MAKE SURE U DONT BRKE THE CRANK SENSOR ON THE BACK OFF THE MOTOR

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