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TransGo RE4F04B-HD2 installation

Work Performed by Devoted Autoworks
White Beak Lake, Minnesota.

http://www.devotedautoworks.com/

http://transgo.com/rpg_nissan.php
http://www.edgeracingconverters.com/


'02 Nissan Maxima installation of a Transgo "Reprogramming Kit" and an Edge Racing torque converter.

Posted are various pictures from the install. I will edit later with more details.

First, I'm working on the replacement trans, which I have mounted to an engine stand. This "kit" can be installed with the trans still in the vehicle, but it'll be quite a challenge.

If you can't remember where nuts & bolts go or if you're not a detail oriented person, don't attempt this job yourself. When dealing with automatic transmissions, expect an intricate install. Nothing is as easy as it looks.

Here's what I'm installing - Transgo Reprogramming Kit:


Remove the trans oil pan & trans oil filter. If you notice, the magnets are fairly clean, not bad for a used trans.



Remove trans valve body.


As you can see, the transmission is flipped upside down for ease of working on the internals. If you're working with this installed in the vehicle, there's a spring that will fall out. Not only this, there are 4 rubber o-rings that could possible fall out too.



Disassembly of the valve body, don't lose those ball-bearings!






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Replacing external oil seals:






Edge Racing Torque Converter Installed:


Removal of transaxle:

Remove air box, battery, starter, and unplug trans harness:


Remove lower cross member, support trans & engine, remove torque converter bolts:
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