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Old 07-16-2008, 05:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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C6 Pump Removal?

Well Im stuck on this right now. That is I am wondering how you go about removing the front pump from the transmission. I pulled all the bolts out and its not wanting to move even the slightest. My buddy said he thought a couple of the bolt holes would be threaded with a biger thread to allow a bolt to thread in and push the pump out but I checked all the holes twice and dont see any threads. Thanks again!
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My manual says: after removing the front bolts, pry the gear train forward to push the pump out. In the picture they show the transmission upside down with the pan and valve-body removed and they are prying against the back edge of the opening.
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Okay we got the pump out and opened it up to take a look and it looked ok but Im going to have it tested. Its looking like the converter may be the problem but I will not be sure till we test the pump. So if I need to get a new converter what stall would I need? Also is there anything special about the one for my transmission? My buddy swears the converter looks diffrent from those of other C6s.
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When I did my C-6 swap, the only thing they told me was that the stock torque converter had only spot welds for the fins. I was also told that there is a HD model torque converter that has full welds for the fins and the fin angle was a little steeper.

My mech said the HD torque converter is a little over-kill and mostly for racers and beefed up motors pushing high horses. He said if I was pulling large heavy loads every day, on big hills, that I would consider an HD torque converter, but he thought the stock was sufficient.

I was also told that you don't want a higher stall as most of your power in a diesel is in the lower to mid range of the rpms.

Weather or not this is all true, I don't know?
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Yeah Im not sure what the stock stall is being that its diesel. Anything to high means you will have to give it lots of throtle just to get rolling and thats no good. I see some guy is selling HD ones with 300-400 stall but thats going to be engaged at idle. Thats the lowest rated ones I have seen other than 1500 and that seems high to me.
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