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Old 08-15-2008, 09:32 PM
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1988 Grand Wagoneer 727 Valve Body

Does anyone have an exploded diagram of the valve body for the Torqueflight 727? I'm rebuilding my trans and I'm starting to get paranoid about valve reassembly. Many of the diagrams I've seen will not match my year. BTW, it's a non lock up type.

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I believe that the guts are the same as a chrysler 727 so in theory, so should the valve body. Some of the guys on the mopar forum some have a couple kicking around.
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Old 08-23-2008, 08:32 AM
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Does anyone have an exploded diagram of the valve body for the Torqueflight 727? I'm rebuilding my trans and I'm starting to get paranoid about valve reassembly. Many of the diagrams I've seen will not match my year. BTW, it's a non lock up type.

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If you're just rebuilding it, then lay out a large piece of white paper (butcher-paper or freezer-paper works well), outline the VB on it with a Sharpie, then take one valve apart at a time and lay it out on the paper and draw a box around it with a list of parts and their sequence.

Then clean the valves one-by-one, and then finally clean out the valve-body itself, and begin reassembling the valves into the VB one at a time with fresh ATF.

It takes a little longer than just dumping all parts into one basket in a parts-washer, but it does avoid mixups.
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