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PLS 
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05-03-19 07:35 PM - Post#2765675    
    In response to Gene_Schneider

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Hey Gene, I was going to make a copy of the low band instructions from the 58 shop manual but my computer and printer aren’t talking to each other right now so I will just type it.... "Tighten low servo adjusting screw, to 5 to 7 ft. lbs. (I will go the inch pound route). The input and output shaft must be rotated simultaneously to properly center the low band on the clutch drum. Then back-off three complete turn if servo piston is first design (without cushion spring) or four complete turns if “cushion spring” (second design) low servo piston is used. Then tighten lock nut securely and install adjusting screw cover. CAUTION: The amount of back-off is not an approximate figure; it must be exactly as specified for the applicable low servo piston". There is a problem if it has to be exact because I have no clue which design my trans is. Help again. I went on line to check on adjusting the low band and there were some links to the chevytalk forum: https://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showtopic.php?t...
https://www.camaros.net/forums/27-transmissio n-dri...
https://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showtopic.php?t...


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