Workshop

FORD 5R110W TorqShift

If Planetary Pinion End Play
Exceeds .030", Replace
Planetary Carrier
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE GROUP
Technical Service Information
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71 NUMBER 15 THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY
86 NUMBER 13 AND 14 REAR CARRIER THRUST WASHERS
87 REAR PLANETARY CARRIER ASSEMBLY
88 REAR PLANETARY CARRIER INTERNAL RING GEAR
89 REAR PLANETARY CARRIER INTERNAL RING GEAR HUB
90 REAR PLANETARY CARRIER RING GEAR HUB SNAP RING
91 NUMBER 16 THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY
REAR PLANET EXPLODED VIEW
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Figure 151 Figure 152
REAR PLANETARY CARRIER
COMPONENT REBUILD
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1. Disassemble rear planetary carrier parts using
Figure 151 as a guide.
2. Inspect rear planetary carrier parts thoroughly
for any wear and/or damage, and replace as
necessary
Note: There is a new design rear planetary
carrier available that has a 2005 part number.
Refer to Figure 153 for identification and the
new part number. "DO NOT" use "Any"
previous design carriers, even if they look
good and serviceable.
3. Place the rear planetary carrier on a flat work
surface, as shown in Figure 152.
4. Check rear planetary carrier pinion end play
using a feeler gauge, as shown in Figure 152.
5. If planetary pinion end play exceeds .030",
replacement is necessary.

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