If you're doing the OD servo: When you remove the Valvebody, clean it up and do the drilling first while you let the rest drain and drip off. All the checkballs are the same size, just make sure you dont lose them.
When you're ready to remove the servo, take the rooster comb spring (it'll be held in by one bolt, it engages the shift linkage) and find the pocket just to the left of the servo where you can see the band. Use the spring to test the band to see what it should feel like when it's tight. Once you remove the servo, you'll see the small hole the spring fits into in the band, and youll notice the band being much looser. When you reinstall the servo, you must use the spring to push up the band. If you put the servo in, and the band still flops around like when you had the servo out, remove the servo and try again. It's not that hard to do, but it is very important. If you don't get it right, you will find you have no 4th gear. The rest is a cinch.
96 Mustang GT 5spd. w/ 248A Option (GTS). Stock for now until I get the Roush on.
97 Thunderbird 4.6L LX /w Sport Package
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