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How do you drop the valve body on a 2000 grand cherokee laredo? It's a 42re transmisson. I've got it all the way a part and I can't get the shifting linkage apart. I've taken the screws out, I just don't know how to remove the linkage part that's holding the valve body in place.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-06-2018

Answers :

Hello nukeme,
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\015\012There is a pinch bolt holding the attachment to the shaft that needs to be removed, because the shaft IS going to come out with the valve body.
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\015\012Thanks for trying Fixya.com
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\015\012Mike...
\015\012The solenoid pack isn't hard to replace, but you do have to drop the valve body out. You have to drop the pan, remove the shift linkage, disconnect the electrical connector and drop the valve body. There will be an accumulator on the right side with a couple springs that will fall down with the body. Once it's down you can remove the solenoid from it. You'll need a t-25 torx screwdriver or socket. You'll need an in lb torque wrench to put the valve body back up, torque it to 100 in lbs. Make sure to hold the body up and then tighten the bolts, don't use the bolts to draw it up or you'll warp it.This is two solenoids in one. One solenoid controls the tcc (torque converter clutch), the other side controls the 3-4 shift (overdrive).The t-25 Torx screws hold the filter to the valve body and hold the solenoid to the valve body.There are about 10 or 11 bolts that hold the valve body to the case. They are the 7/16" head bolts. The accumulator is a plastic piston on the right side of the trans, held up by the valve body. It will have one or two springs that will fall out with it, a large and a small. There is no way to get the piston or the springs back in wrong. You'll put them on the valve body when you put it back up and make sure the piston gets in the hole ok without knocking the seals off, then push the valve body the rest of the way up. The best way to clean the valve body is brake cleaner. You can spray anything you like, the electronic parts won't get hurt. Besides the solenoids you'll be replacing there is the governor solenoid and transducer, that's it.
\015\012Number 7 is the c clip that holds the rod to the rooster comb. It's a gold c clip.
\015\012 If you bring the rod out with the valve body it will come all the way out like that. You'll have to drop it down and forward at the same time to get it to clear. It will be a little harder to put back in that way. If you bring it out that way you can take the rod off once it's on the bench, put the rod back in the case, and then put the valve body back in seperate.
\015\012Valve Body Replacement
Removal Procedure
Tools Required
• J 28467-A Engine Support Fixture
• J 28467-90 Engine Support Adapter
• J 36462 Engine Support Adapter Leg Set

Disconnect the battery ground (negative) cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnect/Connect Procedure in Engine Electrical.
Remove the throttle body air inlet duct. Refer to Air Cleaner Assembly Replacement in Engine Controls.
Install the J 28467-A .
Install the J 28467-90 .
Install the J 36462 .
Remove the engine mount struts. Refer to Engine Mount Strut Replacement and Engine Mount Strut Replacement in Engine Mechanical.
Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information.
Remove the left front wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Tires and Wheels.
Remove the left engine splash shield. Refer to Splash Shield Replacement - Engine Body Front End.
Remove the stabilizer shaft brackets from the lower control arms. Refer to Stabilizer Shaft Link Replacement in Front Suspension.
Remove the left tie rod end from the steering knuckle. Refer to Steering Knuckle Replacement in Front Suspension.
Remove the wheel speed sensor harness connector. Refer to Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement in ABS.
Remove the left lower ball joint from the left lower control arm. Refer to Steering Knuckle Replacement in Front Suspension.
Disconnect the left drive axle from the transaxle. Refer to Wheel Drive Shaft Replacement in Drive Axle.
Secure the drive axle to the steering knuckle/strut.

Caution: Failure to disconnect the intermediate shaft from the rack and pinion stub shaft can result in damage to the steering gear and/or damage to the intermediate shaft. This damage may cause loss of steering control which could result in personal injury.

Remove the pinch bolt at the intermediate steering shaft. Refer to Intermediate Steering Shaft Replacement in Steering Wheel and Column .
Remove the intermediate shaft from the steering gear. Refer to Intermediate Steering Shaft Replacement in Steering Wheel and Column.
Disconnect the three-way catalytic converter pipe to the right (rear) exhaust manifold. Refer to Catalytic Converter Replacement in Engine Exhaust.
Support the right side of the frame with jackstands.
Support the left side of the frame with jackstands.
Remove the transaxle mount bracket. Refer to Automatic Transmission Mount Bracket Replacement .
Remove the transaxle mount. Refer to Automatic Transmission Mount Replacement .
Remove the engine mount lower nuts. Refer to Engine Mount Replacement in Engine Mechanical.
Loosen the right side frame to body bolts. Refer to Frame Removal in Frame and Underbody.
Remove the left side frame to body bolts. Refer to Frame Removal in Frame and Underbody.
Adjust the jackstand to the lower left side of the frame.
Position the drain pan under the transaxle.
Remove the wiring harness connector.
Remove the case side cover bolts (56-58).
Remove the case side cover pan (53).
Remove the case side cover gasket (54).
Remove the oil pump. Refer to Oil Pump
Remove the valve body bolts (374-381 and 384).
Remove the valve body (300) while keeping the spacer plate (370) with the transaxle.
Remove the ball check valves (372 and 373) from the valve body.
Remove the spacer plate (370) and gasket.
Remove the ball check valves (372) from the case cover.
Inspect each check valve seat in the spacer plate (370) for excessive peening. Place a ball check valve (372) on each seat and use a flashlight in order to look for visible light between the valve and the seat.
Inspect all components removed from the transaxle.

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