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Rebuild your Allison 1000- or 2000-series transmission with this easy-to-follow book that features step-by-step procedures.

Introduced in 1999 by Allison and 2001 by General Motors, the Allison 1000- and 2000-series transmissions have become the most popular heavy-duty transmissions in production today. Used by multiple manufacturers, including GM, Freightliner, International, etc., millions are on roads around the world.

Automatic transmissions are often seen as mysterious and overly complicated, but much of the guesswork has been simplified to its basic elements in this easy-to-follow guide. This book covers the identification process, operation, diagnostic pointers, common failures, and repair and rebuild procedures for the 1000- and 2000-series transmissions. Upgrades to make the 1000 more robust for performance applications are covered as well as the companies that offer upgrades.

This detailed instructional manual is authored by Steve Garrett, a service engineer and instructor for General Motors and a member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA). Quality photos of the rebuild process are featured along with torque specifications and identification of all major and most minor components. If you are looking at performing a rebuild project on your own or you just want to know how your Allison works, this is the book for you.

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Rebuild your Allison 1000- or 2000-series transmission with this easy-to-follow book that features step-by-step procedures.

Introduced in 1999 by Allison and 2001 by General Motors, the Allison 1000- and 2000-series transmissions have become the most popular heavy-duty transmissions in production today. Used by multiple manufacturers, including GM, Freightliner, International, etc., millions are on roads around the world.

Automatic transmissions are often seen as mysterious and overly complicated, but much of the guesswork has been simplified to its basic elements in this easy-to-follow guide. This book covers the identification process, operation, diagnostic pointers, common failures, and repair and rebuild procedures for the 1000- and 2000-series transmissions. Upgrades to make the 1000 more robust for performance applications are covered as well as the companies that offer upgrades.

This detailed instructional manual is authored by Steve Garrett, a service engineer and instructor for General Motors and a member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA). Quality photos of the rebuild process are featured along with torque specifications and identification of all major and most minor components. If you are looking at performing a rebuild project on your own or you just want to know how your Allison works, this is the book for you.

Pages : 144
Size : 8.5 X 11 (inches)
Format : Paperback / softback
Illustrations : 502 color photos
Publisher : CarTech
ISBN : 9781613257791
Product Code : SA540

Chapter 1: LCT 1000 and 2000 Allison Operation and Service 
Generations 
Transmission Identification 
RPO Identification 
LCT 1000 Unit Specifications 
PTO and Non-PTO Applications 
Fluids and Inspection 
Filter and Fluid Service 
Bolt and Fastener Torque Specifications 
Tools 
Power and Ground Testing 
Electrical Current Flow 
TCM Power-Side Testing the LCT 1000 and 2000 
TCM Ground-Side Testing the LCT 1000 and 2000 
Adhesives, Sealers, and Lubricants 
Cooler Flushing 
Transmission Inspection 
 
Chapter 2: Mechanical Components 
Range and Power Flow 
LCT 1000 and 2000 Electronic Components 
Solenoid State and Operation
TFT Sensor 
PSA 
Gen 1–3 Range Sensor (1999–2005) 
Gen 4–5 IMS (2006 and Later) 
Speed Sensors: ISS, OSS/VSS, and TSS 
TCM Shared Data and Additional Inputs  
Scan Tool Diagnosis, Data Parameters, DTCs, and Programing  
Adaptive Learning, Clearing Adapts, and Relearning Adapts  
On-Vehicle Repairs and Adjustments 
Pressure Testing, Clutch Testing, and Road Testing Components  
Cleaning Components 
Component Inspection 
  
Chapter 3: Component Service Disassembly and Assembly 
Torque Converter Removal 
Holding Fixture 
Spin-On Filter, Speed Sensors, and Transmission Range Sensor Removal 
Oil Pan and Filter Removal 
End Play Measurement 
Extension Housing and 4WD Adapter Removal  
Valve Body Removal
Shift Shaft Removal 
Bellhousing and Pump Service 
The Stator Support 
Pump Component Assembly  
Clutch and Planetary Removal and Service 
Turbine and Input Shaft Installation  
C1 and C2 (1-2-3-4/4-5-6) Clutch Measurements 
C1 (1-2-3-4) Clutch Installation 
 
C2 (4-5-6) Clutch Installation 
 
C3 (3-5-R) and C4/C5 Clutch Removal, and P1, P2, and P3 Planetary Service 
 
Bushing Replacement  
Case Inspection, Service, and Output Seal Replacement 
Assembly of C3/C4/C5 Clutches and Planetaries 
Mainshaft P2 and P3 Sun Gears 
C5 Clutch Piston Installation 
Extension Housing and 4x4 Adapter Housing Installation 
C1 and C2 Clutch Drum Installation  
Bellhousing and Pump Installation 
Aftermarket End Play Measurement 
Air Testing 
Speed Sensor Installation 
Spin-on Oil Filter Installation 
PTO Cover Installation 
Range Sensor Installation 
 
Chapter 4: Electronic Control System  
Bench Testing Components 
Valve Body Service 
Valve Body Installation 
Oil Filter and Oil Pan Installation 
Fluid Capacity, Initial Fill, Checks, and Operation 
On-Vehicle Repairs and Adjustments and Range Selector Cable Adjustments 
Adaptive Learning, Clearing Adapts, and Relearning Adapts 
Allison 1000 in a Non-OEM Application 
Performance Clutch Manufacturers 
Diagnostic Pointers 
 
Appendix: Allison Diagnostic Trouble Codes and Diagrams

Allison Transmissions: How to Rebuild & Modify

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