4. After the transmission is inspected, the reason for failure (or potential failure, since we caught ours in time) is diagnosed and noted, and the disassembled transmission heads to the parts washer.
Out of the parts washer, the tranny goes in line on a cart, ready to be rebuilt with either a Stage 1, 2, 3, or 4 transmission package.
We opted for a Stage 2 transmission build. The next package would add the electronic Co-Pilot pressure control box, but we didn't think that was necessary for our basically stock PowerStroke 6.0L engine.