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Old 03-11-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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auto tran spring....HOW DOES IT HOOK UP?

I have a 1990 yj, 4.0 with the standard automatic transmission. The seal was leaking around the lever thus I removed the the linkage and seem to have lost a spring that is part of the linkage. To be honest, I don't have or even remember the spring nor do I have any idea where it hooks up, yet my book calls for one. Any pics and or explenation concerning where the spring attaches to the linkage and sequential steps to hooking the linkage would be appreciated :

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Which trans you got AW4 or 999/727??? Nothing in your profile.

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The Haynes book, which seems to be somewhat worthless, states that in 1990 there were two auto trans produced............a 3 and 4 speed. My trans is a 3 speed trans. I am not sure where to locate any other info. Thanks for the help.
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