Figure 6-22. VALVE SECTION O-RINGS
2. Position each section on a flat work bench in correct order. Feed the four (4) tie bolts thru all valve
sections and screw bolts thru treads in outlet section, draw bolts snug. With a rubber or plastic mallet, tap
center of each valve section to make sure sections are aligned and flat on bench.
3. Torque the four (4) tie bolts to 25 ft-lbs. of torque. Retap top of each section for alignment; complete
torquing of the tie bolts to maximum of 55 ft-lbs. Add sufficient amount of oil to all open ports to ensure
sufficient oil in each spool to prevent spool from sticking. Replace plastic caps in all ports to prevent
leakage of oil. Check valve bank assembly with Figure 6-18.
NOTE: Pressure setting for inlet valve to be 1450 P.S.I.
6-4. FUNK TRANSMISSION SERVICE AND REPAIR
A. Service Instruction for Torque Converter The torque converter consists of three major components: a turbine
assembly, an impeller (or pump) assembly, and a stator and sprag (or one way clutch) assembly. In this
installation, the assembled converter is bolted to a front cover assembly.
The principle cause of faulty operation is leakage due to failure of oil seal rings. As this type is of bolted
construction, it can be disassembled and repaired.