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Technical Bulletin #096

Transmission: 325-4L
Subject: Bind-up in reverse
Application: GM
Issue Date: February, 1992

Bind-Up In Reverse
Bind-up in reverse may be caused by a valve body and spacer plate mismatch. Refer to the following figures
for correct selection.

Identify which style

your valve body has.

It is neccessary to know
this to match the valve
to the spacer plate.

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Technical Bulletin #096

Do not attempt to "swap" valves to make a match. The springs and the aluminum bushings are also different.
Your can, however, switch the entire accumulator valve line-up including the spring, valve, & aluminum bush-
ing, since there is so difference in the valve body casting in the area.

A momentary bind-up in reverse, and a slow release from drive (drives forward in neutral for 4-8 seconds) may
be caused by the forward clutch teeth "peening" into the front ring gear, causing the clutches to become "stuck"

Peening on spline may

cause bind in reverse
only when reverse is
selected directly from
drive. If reverse is
selected from Park or
Neutral then reverse will
engage without binding.
In the selector is placed
in neutral from drive, the
vehicle will usually
drive forward for 4-8
seconds before the unit
is actually in neutral.

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