Kick-down cable removal and replacement (4 Viewers)

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Has anyone done this without removing the transmission?
 
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I can let you know- drained my truck last night to let it drip. I’m going to change the kickdown cable tonight- there is lots of speculation it seems about how to go about it. I plan on dropping pan and maybe valve body.
 
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Please post up photos of the process. While the cable it out could you measure
it's length?
 
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I can let you know- drained my truck last night to let it drip. I’m going to change the kickdown cable tonight- there is lots of speculation it seems about how to go about it. I plan on dropping pan and maybe valve body.
Did you get a new, or used, replacement?
 
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Did you get a new, or used, replacement?
New cable from Toyota. I’m a day late and just starting into it, but I’m back at it tonight! So far I think I can cheat and leave valve body in place. I removed shift console to get at the c-clip- going to fight with that now, check back in an hour lol
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35520-60111 is for an A442F transmission. Does not apply to 95-97 US market trucks.
 
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I replaced mine on my ‘94 by just dropping the pan. You can disconnect the cable and pull it out without touching the valve body.
The hardest part was the one bolt on the bellhoising that holds the cable.
 
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Yeah, missed the fact that BelnanDiesel appears to be working on an 80 series
with the A442 transmission.
 

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