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Get ready to tackle your next transmission rebuild project with confidence using this comprehensive and easy-to-follow book. Featuring step-by-step procedures, this guide will make rebuilding your Allison 1000- or 2000-series transmission a breeze.
First introduced in 1999 by Allison and in 2001 by General Motors, the Allison 1000- and 2000-series transmissions have become the most popular heavy-duty transmissions in use today. Used by various manufacturers such as GM, Freightliner, and International, millions of these transmissions are on the roads globally.
Automatic transmissions can often seem like a mystery, but this book simplifies the process and eliminates the guesswork. It covers the identification process, operation, diagnostic pointers, common failures, and repair and rebuild procedures for both the 1000- and 2000-series transmissions. Additionally, the book also covers upgrades to make the 1000 series more performance-oriented, as well as the companies that offer these upgrades.
This detailed instructional manual is written by Steve Garrett, a seasoned service engineer and instructor for General Motors and a member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA). The book features high-quality photos of the rebuild process, as well as torque specifications and identification of all major and minor components. Whether you're performing a rebuild project on your own or just want to learn more about your Allison transmission, this book is the perfect resource for you.
Author: Steve Garrett
Author Bio: Steve Garrett has worked in the automotive and transmission industry for 40-plus years. As a service engineer and instructor for General Motors (GM) and the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA), Steve is well-known in the automotive industry. He has authored industry books for GM, ATRA, and college textbook companies and has been a technical writer for multiple magazines.
Publisher: Cartech Inc
Binding Type: Paperback
Illustrations: 502 color photos and charts
Printing Status: In Print
Country Made: NA