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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-11-2005, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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help needed with 4r70w need spring locations!

i tried to put a factory tech plate mod kit in my 04 f150 with a 4r70w tranny, with no luck. clunking into 1st gear, slipping in and out of OD... felt like engine braking when coasting.

so i'm trying to return it to stock.

i have 4, yes 4 springs from the stock accumulator setups... i need to know where the hell they go back. i really need help FAST. truck i s dismantled in driveway.

iif anyone knows anyone that can help, and that can call my, my number is 325-277-6053. i really need help fast. only vehicle is dismantled in driveway!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-11-2005, 11:24 PM
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Does this help at all?


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So there is only 1 spring for the 1-2 accumulator? I thought there were an upper and lower?

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There is an upper spring in the stock setup on the 1-2 accumulator.

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Well, the truck may be different... I was just trying to shed some light on it.
The stock 1-2 accumulator in my '96 had two springs, but I left the bottom spring out when I replaced the old piston. The tires bark on the 1-2 shift now if it's WOT.


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There is an upper spring in the stock setup on the 1-2 accumulator.
Not always. I have seen many v6 cars with no upper 1-2. Man do they shift soft.
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Not always. I have seen many v6 cars with no upper 1-2. Man do they shift soft.
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I was talking about his truck, goofball.

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