Ford Mustang Service Manual: Assembly

Disassembly

Main Control Valve Body - Disassembled View

 


 



1. Remove the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid and the shift solenoid.


1. Remove the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid and the shift solenoid.

1. Remove the bolt.

2. Remove the shift solenoid.

3. Remove the TCC solenoid.

2. Remove the two reinforcement plates.


2. Remove the two reinforcement plates.

1. Remove the bolts.

2. Remove the plates.

3. Remove the separator plate and discard the gaskets.


3. Remove the separator plate and discard the gaskets.

4. NOTE: Note the location of the eight coasting booster valve shuttle


4. NOTE: Note the location of the eight coasting booster valve shuttle balls for assembly.

Remove the eight coasting booster valve shuttle balls.

5. Remove the converter drain back valve and solenoid pressure supply screen.


5. Remove the converter drain back valve and solenoid pressure supply screen.

6. Remove the main control valve body cover plate.


6. Remove the main control valve body cover plate.

1. Remove the 13 bolts.

2. Remove the valve body cover plate and gasket.

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