REPAIR FORWARD TRANSMISSION SLIDER SHAFT
Clean oil and grease from slider shaft (1). Use
naphtha (E245) and clean cloths (E120). Wear
Inspect surface of slider shaft (1) for nicks,
scratches, and minor pitting or corrosion of
coating. Observe the following definitions:
Nick A surface indentation with a sharp
crease at the bottom. Surface finish is not
broken. Caused by pressure or impact from a
hard object with a sharp edge.
Scratch A light, narrow mark on the
surface. Surface finish is broken, but not
removed. Caused by a hard, sharp particle
moving across the surface.
Pit A small irregular cavity where material
is removed from the surface. Usually
caused by corrosion. Pits are usually dark
Corrosion A broken or pitted surface,
discolored around the edge. Corrosion is
caused by chemical action.
Note extent and location of damage:
Limits in this step refer to depth of
damage after rework.
Depth of damage above flange (2) (bearing
surface) shall not be more than 0.020 inch.
Depth of damage below flange shall not be
more than 0.025 inch.
Damage shall not extend from shaft surface
to mounting flange (3).
Damage on mounting flange (3) shall not be
closer than 1.00 inch to any mounting hole