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I have a zf5hp24 that was overheated with little to no fluid.
I have torn it apart it can apart well, except a few bolts that where very tight in the hotter aria.

Any concerns with doing a full rebuild?
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Hello, were you able to easily identify the worn or damaged parts? I don't have any symptoms on my 04', but know for sure i'll be rebuilding it myself if/when it goes. Thanks.
 

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Besides burnt to hell clutches and some discoloration from heat.
Everything looks fine, moves freely, intact.

This 04 was having a shift shudder according to po. Fluid and filter done by him as well... It was about 4 or so liters shy of full.
 

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The 5HP24 is extremely easy to rebuild. If you’re fitting new plates you need to check and, if necessary, adjust the clutch pack clearances with the correct thickness snap rings. Bush clearances are also critical, as are the input and output assembly end floats. Remember that the standard ZF overhaul kit doesn’t include the output shaft seal and O-ring for the 032 model. You should replace the B-clutch hub/C-clutch drum axial roller bearing whether it appears in good condition or not.

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I appreciate your info on the 5HP24. I have never rebuilt a transmission. I'm sure i could keep track and organize properly, however having never seen worn internals, I may struggle to determine what to replace or even correctly gauge certain items. Still, if a part fails in my truck.... noone touches it but me. Cheers
 
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