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Old 04-01-2009, 08:00 AM
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Getting the Pump out of a 4r100?

Anyone know of a way to get the pump out of a 4r100 transmission without using 2 slide hammers? I don't own a slide hammer and I really don't relish the idea of having to go buy two of them.

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Old 04-01-2009, 08:04 AM
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The twighlight zone rents them. I don't know of any other way unless you rig your own up.
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slide hammer is your friend.
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yeah I know that autozone rents them, as luck would have it I have to go by an autozone later today, so that covers one that I can rent, and I suppose I'll have to buy a 2nd one at harbor freight.

I've never really had a need for one till now, but it looks like I am stuck till I get two and some bolts to get this pump out.

Course now I have to decide if I should order up a rebuild kit for the tranny while I have it apart, or if I should just install the shift kit, install the new pump seal and converter seal, and put it back in the truck. Thereby automatically starting my BTS fund.

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Old 04-01-2009, 08:16 AM
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A single slide should work.
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make sure your filter is out or it will be hangin you up. pump should come out fairly easy with some light tugging or thread those 2 bolts in and pull on those
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I used a gear puller and an exhaust pipe clamp on the pump drive shaft, as recomended by suncoast when I put a shift kit in mine.
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