4937RE: [bmw e28] ATF pump
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From: bmwe28@... [mailto:bmwe28@...] On Behalf
Of John Forbey
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: [bmw e28] ATF pump
Do you mean the torque converter? Yes that can be
replaced easily; but it involves separating the engine
and transmission. Putting it up on blocks in the air
somehow such that the trans can be undone at the
output shaft or guibo and at the front-detach lower
access cover for torque converter bolts usually three
that go around the flywheel then outside around
bell-housing. Do not forget that there are trans
cooler lines attaching w/ trans oil in them and the
connection for shift mechanism somewhere on top-good
luck and if Mr. Haygood had any sort of compassion he
would lend direction rather than short buy this/buy
that exerpts...I know of no other "pump" in an auto
trans beside the torque converter-and Mr. Haygood
knows too. Must be a salesperson.
Good Luck, But you can do it fairly easily!
John F. Forbey
--- Brett Peavey <pv9@... <mailto:pv9%40yahoo.com> > wrote:
> can the atf pump on my 87 535i be replaced? can it
> cleaned and repaired? or do i need to replace the
> whole transmission?
> Brett Peavey
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