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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: 2-6 Clutch Piston Installation (6T30)

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2-6 Clutch Piston Installation

Callout

Component Name

1

2?E Clutch Piston Assembly

Note:

  • Position the 2?E piston air bleed and large slot toward the top of the case.
  • DT-48271 seal protector prevents the piston seal lip from damage during installation. Apply a thin coat of ATF to the I.D. of the DT-48271 seal protector to ease installation of the piston.

Special Tool

DT-48271 Seal Protector

For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools.

2

2?E Clutch Spring

3

2?E Clutch Spring Retainer

Caution:

Regulate the air pressure to 276 kPa (40 psi) maximum. High pressure could cause the piston to over travel and damage the piston seals.

Note:

  • Place the retainer on the 2-6 clutch spring and align the retainer opening with the largest gap in the case splines toward the bottom of the case. The retainer opening should be supported by a spline tooth of the case.
  • Apply shop air to the clutch fluid feed hole in the case to verify proper piston operation.
Special Tools

  • DT-48272 Spring Installer
  • DT-48056 Spring Compressor Bridge

For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools.

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