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Re: Hough transmission

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Dennis K (WA)

11-07-2012 08:55:12

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Morning Bill,

Sounds like your transmission is good as long as it reacts the same when cold.

The pressures come from a pump mount on or in the converter. It draws oil from the trans sump, sends it to a regulator and back to the transmission selector valve. Oil that the main pressure system does not need goes to the converter.

Problem is, it has been sooooo long ago that I can't remember the layout of the converter assemble for sure on the H60B. Hough used that transmission in a lot of different models but I don't think the converters were all the same on different models. There is going to be a main pressure regulator mounted some where and a converter regulator some where but I can't remember where. Your problem may be related to converter pressure when cold.

Could you post a picture of the back of the converter and a picture of the converter side of the transmission? This may jog my memory.

Otherwise, as another poster stated, mechanical failures of a converter generally don't come and go and problems are usually when hot not cold.


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Bill in IL

11-07-2012 09:27:44

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 Re: Hough transmission in reply to Dennis K (WA), 11-07-2012 08:55:12  
Thanks for your time. Your just the man I have been looking for... someone with previous experience on these machines.

I will attmept to take some pics and post this evening. Its pretty crowded in there with hoses so hopefully you will be able to see what you need. I know there is a regulator right on the back of the converter charging pump but will have to look in the book for what its exact purpose is.


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