Dodge Journey: Disassembly

NOTE: Cleanliness through entire disassembly and assembly of the valve body cannot be overemphasized. When disassembling, each part should be washed in a suitable solvent, then dried by compressed air. Do not wipe parts with shop towels. All mating surfaces in the valve body are accurately machined; therefore, careful handling of all parts must be exercised to avoid nicks or burrs.

NOTE: If valve body assembly is being reconditioned, the PCM/TCM Quick Learn Procedure must be performed.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 446: Removing/Installing Manual Shaft Seal

  1. - SEAL
  2. - MANUAL SHAFT

1. Remove manual shaft seal (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 447: Removing/Installing Transmission Range Sensor

  1. - TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR
  2. - MANUAL VALVE CONTROL PIN
  3. - RETAINING SCREW

2. Remove Transmission Range Sensor retaining screw (3).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 448: Removing/Installing Manual Shaft/Rooster Comb & Transmission Range Sensor

  1. - TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR
  2. - MANUAL SHAFT / ROOSTER COMB
  3. - ROOSTER COMB

3. Remove Manual Shaft/Rooster Comb (3) and Transmission Range Sensor (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 449: Removing/Installing 2/4 Accumulator Retaining Plate

  1. - 2-4 ACCUMULATOR RETAINING PLATE
  2. - DETENT SPRING

4. Remove 2/4 Accumulator Retaining Plate (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 450: Identifying 2/4 Accumulator Assembly

  1. - VALVE BODY
  2. - RETAINER PLATE
  3. - DETENT SPRING
  4. - SPRINGS
  5. - SEALS
  6. - PISTON

5. Remove 2/4 Accumulator components (2,3,4,5 and 6).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 451: Identifying Valve Body-To-Transfer Plate Screws

  1. - SCREW (24)
  2. - TRANSFER PLATE
  3. - VALVE BODY

6. Remove Valve Body (3) to Transfer Plate (2) screws (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 452: Removing/Installing Transfer Plate

  1. - TRANSFER PLATE

7. Invert assembly and remove Transfer Plate (1). Beware of loose check balls.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 453: Identifying Oil Screen

8. Remove oil screen (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 454: Removing/Installing Separator Plate

  1. - SEPARATOR PLATE
  2. - VALVE BODY

9. Remove separator plate (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 455: Identifying Valve Body Check Balls

  1. - (#4) REVERSE CHECK BALL
  2. - (#3 ) L/R CHECK BALL

10. Remove valve body check balls (1 and 2). Note their location for assembly ease.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 456: Removing/Installing Dual Retainer Plate

  1. - REMOVER/INSTALLER 6301
  2. - RETAINER

NOTE: Tag all valve/spring assemblies for reassembly identification.

11. Remove dual retainer plate (2) using Remover/Installer 6301(1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 457: Removing/Installing Regulator Valve Spring Retainer

  1. - REMOVER/INSTALLER 6302
  2. - RETAINER

12. Remove regulator valve spring retainer (2) using Remover/Installer 6302 (1).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 458: Removing/Installing Valve Retainers

  1. - RETAINER
  2. - RETAINER

13. Remove retainers (1and 2).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 459: Identifying Valve Body Assembly

  1. - VALVE BODY
  2. - T/C REGULATOR VALVE
  3. - L/R SWITCH VALVE
  4. - CONVERTER CLUTCH CONTROL VALVE
  5. - MANUAL VALVE
  6. - CONVERTER CLUTCH SWITCH VALVE
  7. - SOLENOID SWITCH VALVE
  8. - REGULATOR VALVE

14. Remove valves and springs.

    Removal
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