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2 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR The Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association 2400 Latigo Avenue Oxnard, CA 93030 Phone:

2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR

2 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR The Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association 2400 Latigo Avenue Oxnard, CA 93030 Phone:

The Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association

2400 Latigo Avenue Oxnard, CA 93030

Phone: (805) 604-2000 Fax: (805) 604-2005 http://www.atra.com

This manual has been developed by the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA) Technical Department to be used by qualified transmission technicians in con- junction with ATRA’s technical seminars. Since the circumstances of its use are beyond ATRA’s control, ATRA assumes no liability for the use of such information or any dam- ages incurred through its use and application. Nothing contained in this manual is to be considered contractual or providing some form of warranty on the part of ATRA. No part of this program should be construed as recommending any procedure which is contrary to any vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. ATRA recommends only qualified transmission technicians perform the procedures in this manual.

This manual contains copyrighted material belonging to ATRA. No part of this manual may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means — graphic, electronic or me- chanical, including photocopying, recording, electronic or information storage and retrieval — without express written permission from the ATRA Board of Directors.

Public exhibition or use of this material for group training or as part of a school curricu- lum, without express written permission from the ATRA Board of Directors is strictly forbidden.

ATRA and the ATRA logo are registered trademarks of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association.

Portions of materials contained herein have been reprinted with permission of General Motors Corporation, Service Technology Group Agreement # 0610228.

Portions of materials contained herein have been reprinted with permission of Ford Motor Company.

Portions of materials contained herein have been reprinted with permission of Daimler Chrysler Corporation.

© 2006 ATRA, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.

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2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 3 Dennis Madden Chief Executive Officer Welcome to the 2006 ATRA Technical

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2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 3 Dennis Madden Chief Executive Officer Welcome to the 2006 ATRA Technical Seminar!

Dennis Madden Chief Executive Officer

TECHNICAL SEMINAR 3 Dennis Madden Chief Executive Officer Welcome to the 2006 ATRA Technical Seminar! Lance

Welcome to the 2006 ATRA Technical Seminar!

Lance Wiggins and the ATRA Technical staff have really worked hard to get you the most up-to-date and relevant technical information that you can put to work right away… and again, in full color!

For those of you who have attended past ATRA seminars you’ll be delighted to know this seminar material is just what you expected from ATRA, or even more. If you’ve never attended an ATRA seminar before you’re in for a treat.

This seminar, along with everything else at ATRA is a group effort, with a lot of people working in the background to make this seminar a success. I am honored to be part of such a worthy organization and to work with such great people.

ATRA is changing all the time. Not only with the way we distribute technical material, but in almost every area where we serve our members, and the industry at large.

On behalf of the ATRA staff, and the ATRA Chapters that work so hard to bring you this seminar, welcome.

Sincerely,

work so hard to bring you this seminar, welcome. Sincerely, Dennis Madden, ATRA, CEO © 2006

Dennis Madden,

ATRA, CEO

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4 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Lance Wiggins Technical Director ATRA is proud to be celebrating another year

2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR

4 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Lance Wiggins Technical Director ATRA is proud to be celebrating another year
4 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Lance Wiggins Technical Director ATRA is proud to be celebrating another year

Lance Wiggins Technical Director

ATRA is proud to be celebrating another year serving the automatic transmission repair industry. Many changes have taken place over the last year and it’s because of those changes that technical training has become an integral part of today’s transmission repair industry.

To that end, ATRA is pleased to present its 2006 Technical Seminar. Packed with count- less hours of research and development, writing, editing, photography and layout, this year’s seminar will stand out as one of the most demanding and useful technical train- ing programs ever developed for this industry.

Once again, this year’s technical manual has been produced in full color. With over 325 pages of up-to-the-minute technical information, the 2006 Technical Seminar Manual will remain a valuable resource long after the seminar is just a memory.

We’re confident that you’ll find this year’s seminar presentation and technical manual both informative and profitable. In fact, we’re so sure you’ll be satisfied with what you learn in this program, we guarantee it!

This past year ATRA lost one of our own, Jim Lambos pasted away in December of 2005 from a vehicle accident. As a reminder of his countless hours speant helping our mem- bers, we have deticated this 2006 Technical Seminar Manual to him and his family.

On behalf of the entire ATRA staff, the international board of directors, and all of the ATRA members worldwide, we’d like to thank you for helping to make every day memo- rable.

to thank you for helping to make every day memo- rable. Lance Wiggins ATRA Technical Director

Lance Wiggins ATRA Technical Director

© 2006 ATRA. All Rights Reserved.

2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior

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2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior
2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior
2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior
2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior
2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior
2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR 5 ATRA Technical Team (continued) Jim Lambos Technical Advisor Randall Schroeder Senior

Jim Lambos Technical Advisor

Randall Schroeder Senior Technician and Seminar Speaker

David Skora Senior Technician, Seminar Speaker

Mike Brown Technical Advisor

Pete Huscher Technical Advisor

Bill Brayton Technical Advisor

Huscher Technical Advisor Bill Brayton Technical Advisor Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service
Huscher Technical Advisor Bill Brayton Technical Advisor Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service
Huscher Technical Advisor Bill Brayton Technical Advisor Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service
Huscher Technical Advisor Bill Brayton Technical Advisor Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service
Huscher Technical Advisor Bill Brayton Technical Advisor Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service

Steve Garrett Technical Advisor, Seminar Speaker, Service Engineer

Weldon Barnett Technical Advisor

Mike VanDyke Technical Advisor and Seminar Speaker

Larry Frash Technical Editor Seminar Speaker, Design Artist

Reese Blalock Spanish Technical Advisor

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Jim Lambos had been promoted to the rank of Master Sergeant, and he had received several awards and decorations for meritorious service.

IN MEMORY OF JIM LAMBOS

by Paul Morton

James J. “Jim” Lambos joined the technical staff of ATRA in April of this year, following a distinguished 25-year career with the U.S. Air Force. While in the Air Force, Jim held a number of increasingly responsible positions related to the repair and maintenance of vehicles. Not surprisingly, one of his specialties was the repair and rebuilding of transmissions. In fact, this skill was put to good use while he was stationed at the remote outpost of Shemya, Alaska, where Jim’s ability to rebuild transmissions saved the Air Force thousands of dollars in unneeded shipping costs. At the time of his retirement, Jim had been promoted to the rank of Master Sergeant, and he had received several awards and decorations for meritorious service. In 1985, Jim married the former Ronda McIntire, and together they had two sons; Jimmy, 14, and Zane, 10. Following his retirement, Jim walked into the ATRA IBO and spoke with ATRA’s Technical Director, Lance Wiggins. Though Lance will recall his relationship with Jim in his own words, he realized that Jim was someone he wanted on the ATRA Technical team. From the beginning, Jim began to make a contribution. In fact, his first technical article appears in this issue, with a forward written by Technical Editor Larry Frash.

On the evening of December 7, 2005, Jim was driving his GTO in nearby Ventura, when he was involved in an accident and killed. His contribution and his loss may best be described by Lance Wiggins, in his own words:

I try to learn from my mistakes, and the knowledge and opinions of others. It helps me grow into the person I want to become. Jim Lambos is one person who helped me in many different ways, in a short period of time. Jim came to the office about eight months ago, looking for a job after many years in the Air Force. His traits and qualities were clear and obvious; you don’t find many people like that, just walking in off the street for an interview. Jim’s military background defi- nitely influenced my decision to hire him, and what a good decision that was. He was a complete team player; always asking for more work and never com- plaining about a thing. For those of you who talked to Jim on the Technical Help line, you know how he always went out of his way to fix your problems.

how he always went out of his way to fix your problems. I can tell you

I can tell you two things about Jim’s character that sums it up for me. One, he was a Chicago Bears fan, and two, he was a Cubs fan. And if you support those two teams, you have to be special as well as brave! If I could, I would thank Jim for the time he spent with us, for his loyalty and sense of team play, and for being the person he was. I know I speak for the entire ATRA family, of which he will always be a part, the Tech Department, and for me as well … we will miss you. Rest in peace, my friend.

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ATRA Staff

8 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR ATRA Staff It’s difficult enough getting the seminar book researched, writ- ten,
8 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR ATRA Staff It’s difficult enough getting the seminar book researched, writ- ten,

It’s difficult enough getting the seminar book researched, writ- ten, pictured, edited, and printed let alone getting it out to the seminar attendees. This is where the ATRA Staff comes in.

Chief Executive Officer:

GEARS Managing Editor:

GEARS Magazine:

Supplier Services and

Events Cordinator:

Director of Online and Membership:

Dennis Madden

Rodger Bland

Frank Pasley

Jeanette Troub

Paul Morton

Vanessa Velasquez

Kelly Hilmer

Membership Department: Kim Brattin

Accounting Services:

Angela Kimball

Didi Danial

Jody Wintermute

Rosa Smith

Valerie Mitchell

 

Jim Spitsen

Bookstore Manager:

Kim Paris

ATRA Bookstore:

Ron Brattin

Without the ATRA team, it would be very hard to accomplish the task at hand. Please enjoy the seminar.

Lance Wiggins ATRA Technical Director

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9 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support!

2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR

ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support!

ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
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ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.
ATRA would like to thank the following companies for their continued support! iv © 2006 ATRA.

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GM 14 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Table of Contents GM TOC 27 4L60E/65E, 4L80E, LCT 1000

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4L60E/65E, 4L80E, LCT 1000

 

GM All Body Style Identification

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PRNDL Inoperative

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4L60E/65E

Dexron VI

 

Flare on the 2-3 Shift

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New Fluid Introduced

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Lack of Communication

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2006

Updates

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AF23-5

1-2 Shift Shutter

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Whine Noise in 4 th Gear

34

 

4L80E/80EHD/85E

 

4L60E/65E, 4T40E/45E, AF33-5

 

Planetary Carrier Service

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APP Signals and DTC Applications

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Updated Pump Cover

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81-40LE

6L80

No 4 th Gear

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Introduction

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Checking the Fluid Level

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5L40/50E

 

Component Application Chart

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Downshift Related Concerns

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Control Solenoid Operation

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Shift and Control Solenoids

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5L40/50E, 4T60E

 

IMS Operation

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Shared 5-Volt Reference Circuit

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Transmission Manual Shaft Switch

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4T40/45E

Transmission Fluid Pressure

No Upshift

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Switch

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“A” Car Transaxle Characteristics

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Solenoid and Valve Body

APP Sensor DTCs

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Diagnosis

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Adaptive Learning

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4T65E

Pass-thru Connector ID

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W-car P2138 and/or P1125 Set

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Pass-thru Connector Location

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P0741 or P2761, TCC Related Concerns

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4L70E

Intermittent Speedometer,

Introduction

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Erratic Shifts

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Intermittent Hard Garage Shift

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LCT 1000

 

2006 Updates

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Misfire, Surge, Chuggle

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PTO Applications

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4T80E

2006

Updates

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3 rd Gear Start, No 3 rd Gear or Shift Related Concerns

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LCT 1000 6-Speed

 

Introduction

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4L60E/65E, 4L80E/85E NP236/246

 

Features

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4-Wheel Drive Service Lamp On

Updates

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DTC C0327 Set

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4F27E

Torqshift/4R100

Neutrals on the 3-4 Shift

 

4x4 Transfer Case Jumps Out of 4H or 4L

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DTC P0750

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4R/5R55E

Torqshift

 

TCC

Modification

134

Shift Scheduling, Slipping, Bangs on Downshifts

106

PTO Operation and Diagnosis

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Introduction

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DTCs P0756, P0761, P0771

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AF21-B/Ford 6-Speed

 

Calibration

Example

110

Introduction

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DTC P0488 or/or P1334

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Apply Components

143

Stalling in Reverse or When

Operational Strategies

144

Coming to a Stop

112

Electronic System Description

146

TR-P Sensor Introduction

113

TFT

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TR-P Sensor Diagnosis

114

Three Way Shift Solenoids

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Pump

Valve Identification

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Shift Control Solenoids

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Bleed

Screen

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Pressure Control Solenoid

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Pump

Failure

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Torque Converter Solenoid

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Pump Alignment and Assembly

120

Adaptive Learning

152

Center Support Assembly

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Valve Body Solenoid ID

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Valve Body Solenoid Interchange

124

Lube Orifice and Case

125

Planetary Failure, Lack of Lube

126

Air Checking the Case

127

Insufficient Line Pressure From the Transmission

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4F50N

No 1-2 Upshift and DTC P0732

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DTCs P0760 and P0763

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4F50N, AX4N, AX4S Erratic Fluid Level, Possible Fluid Leak

131

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Chrysler 16 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Table of Contents Chrysler TOC 163 41TE, 42LE, 42RLE Transmission

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41TE, 42LE, 42RLE

Transmission ID

Code P1776

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Making Your Job Easier

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Delayed Engagements

192

 

Harsh 4-3 Downshift

193

Diamler/Chrysler Autos and Truck Designations

165

45/545RFE – Updates

 

Tow/Haul “OD Off” Changed

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40TE

Revised Valve Body for 2005

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Updates

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C2 Check Valve Added to

 

Pump Valve Body

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40TE, 41TE/AE, 42LE, 42RLE

2C Clutch Piston

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Dual Cyclodial Pump

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4C Clutch Piston

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Pistons

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L/R Clutch Piston

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L/R Belleville Return Spring

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ERS Added on WK Vehicles

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UD Accumulator Spring

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Accumulator Pistons

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48RE – Updates

Pinion Shaft Clip

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Introductions

201

 

Throttle Valve Actuator

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42RLE

Adjustments

203

Bearing Failure

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Transmission Throttle

Line Pressure Solenoid

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Valve Motor Circuit

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Pressure Regulator Valve

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Transmission Throttle

Variable Line Pressure Operation

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Valve Potentiometer

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Module Strategy

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TTVA Transmission Circuit

 

Diagram

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45RFE/42RLE

Replacement For Small Engine Applications

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42RLE

Transfer Case Adaptor

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2-wheel Drive Adaptor

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Transmission Case Seepage

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New Parking Pawl

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Input and Output Speed Sensors

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Output Shaft on 4WD Applications

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Transmission Case, Pan and Filter . 187

Output Flange

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Solenoid/Pressure Switch Codes

189

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Honda

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Honda/Acura Factory Warranty Extensions

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Diagnostics/First Approach

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Scan Tool

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Information

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PO740

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Collision Damage

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Carrier Bearings

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Venting Fluid

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1998 BAXA, B6VA Control Shaft Collar

227

5-Speed V6 Units Oil Jet Kit

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BMXA Feed Pipe Locations

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Valve Body Rebuild Tips

235

O-Ring End Plugs

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Checking CPC Valves and Center Springs

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SZCA Civic Hybrid CVT Valve Body

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Air Testing

241

Delayed Upshifts After Cold Start

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Signal Monitor Hook Up

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4 Speed Units

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5 Speed V6 Units

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Solenoid and Pressure Switch Guide

245

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U140/U241E

Identification

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No 4 th , No TCC

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Slips in 4 th , No 4 th , Falls Out of 4 th , P0765

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3 rd /Reverse Concerns

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Rear Planet Failure

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Pressure Taps and Specifications

265

External Component Location

266

Valve Body Break Down

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Lower

Valve Body

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Upper Valve Body

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Case Accumulators

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Solenoid Identification

275

Case Connector Identification and Solenoid Resistance

276

Case Passage Identification

277

Solenoid Function and Apply Chart

278

(F1) Sprag Rotation

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(F2) Sprag Rotation

280

Pump Differences

282

Adaptive Learn

283

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Identification

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No 4 th , No TCC

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Slips in 4 th , No 4 th , Falls Out of 4 th , P0765

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3 rd /Reverse Concerns

261

Rear Planet Failure

264

Pressure Taps and Specifications

265

External Component Location

266

Valve Body Break Down

267

Lower Valve Body

268

Upper Valve Body

270

Case Accumulators

274

Solenoid Identification

275

Case Connector Identification and Solenoid Resistance

276

Case Passage Identification

277

Solenoid Function and Apply Chart

278

(F1) Sprag Rotation

279

(F2) Sprag Rotation

280

Pump Differences

282

Adaptive Learn

283

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U140E/U241E

Identification

258 TOYOTA U140E/U241E Identification Shift Lever Position Gear Position C1 C2 C3 B1 B2 B3 F1
258 TOYOTA U140E/U241E Identification Shift Lever Position Gear Position C1 C2 C3 B1 B2 B3 F1

Shift Lever Position

Gear Position

C1

C2

C3

B1

B2

B3

F1

F2

P

Parking

         

X

   

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Reverse

 

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Neutral

         

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1st

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2nd

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3rd

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4th

X

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1st

X

       

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2nd

X

   

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X

 

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1st

X

     

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A No command for 4 th gear or TCC, no detent downshifts above 30 mph. The cause

of this may be a Knock Sensor

A Knock Sensor DTC may be present (P0330). Whenever a knock sensor DTC is

set 4 th gear and TCC are inhibited and engine management goes into reduced power strategy and detent downshift timing is affected. It is common for the knock sensors themselves to fail.

To repair the concern replace the knock sensor.

Notes: If knock sensor DTC is cleared normal shifting and operation will be restored until PCM performs knock sensor test routine and DTC is set again. There are two PID’s in scan data:

OD CUT1 and OD CUT2. OD CUT1 responds to OD cancel switch (switches from YES to NO). OD CUT2 indicates PCM OD inhibit strategy.

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Slips in 4 th , No 4 th , Falls Out of 4 th ,

P0765

During dissassembly the UD/Direct clutch feed pipe brackets can be damaged. Any abnormal bends or cracks can cause the pipe to push out. If the Pipe is not installed correctly a leak in the 4th gear circuit will occur.

Retainer UD Direct
Retainer
UD Direct

Feed Pipe

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2-3 Flare, 2-3 Neutral, Slip in 3 rd , No 3rd, Slips in Reverse, No Reverse

Replace molded piston on every overhaul.

It is common for the Direct clutch drum to ring groove.

Always replace the molded piston

It is common for the Direct clutch drum to ring groove. Always replace the molded piston

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3rd/Reverse Concerns (continued)

2-3 Flare, 2-3 Neutral, Slip in 3 rd , No 3rd, Slips in Reverse, No Reverse

During reassembly always check the sealing ring side clearance. The clearance should be between 0.003”-0.005”.

the sealing ring side clearance. The clearance should be between 0.003”-0.005”. © 2006 ATRA, All Rights

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2-3 Flare, 2-3 Neutral, Slip in 3 rd , No 3rd, Slips in Reverse, No Reverse

Slip in 3 r d , No 3rd, Slips in Reverse, No Reverse Check for worn

Check for worn ring lands

, No 3rd, Slips in Reverse, No Reverse Check for worn ring lands Check for ring

Check for ring grooving

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Rear Planet Failure

Pinion gear shafts get loose in carrier, causing uneven gear tooth loading. Pinion shafts can eventually come out. Weld pinion shafts to carrier on early planets.

Early (Light/Shiny)

Late Hardened and Heat Treated (Dark)

to carrier on early planets. Early (Light/Shiny) Late Hardened and Heat Treated (Dark) © 2006 ATRA,

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Lube- UD

Geartrain

Lube
Lube

Direct Clutch (C2)

Lube 2 (Located on the back side)

Main Line

UD-Direct Clutch (C3)

Pressure Specifications

Range

Idle

Stall

Drive

54-59 psi

134-139 psi

Reverse

97-107 psi

255-284 psi

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External Component Location

Counter Gear Speed Sensor (560-680 ohms)

Input Turbine Speed Sensor (560-680 ohms)

(560-680 ohms) Input Turbine Speed Sensor (560-680 ohms) Case Connector (Solenoid) Gear Position Switch © 2006

Case

Connector

(Solenoid)

Gear

Position

Switch

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Valve Body Breakdown

Lower Valve Body

Some service information shows this steel ball and location incorrectly and in some cases the picture is unidentifiable. Use the following picture as the correct location and ID.

Steel Ball 0.394” (10mm)
Steel Ball
0.394”
(10mm)

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U140E/U241E

Valve Body Breakdown (continued)

Lower Valve Body

Record PR Setting Before Disassembly

ID Description 1 C2 Control Valve 2 Primary Regulator Valve Line-up 3 B2 Control Valve
ID
Description
1
C2 Control Valve
2
Primary Regulator Valve Line-up
3
B2 Control Valve
4
B1 Control Valve
5
3-4 Shift Valve
6
Manual Valve

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Valve Body Breakdown (continued)

Lower Valve Body

Valve Body Breakdown (continued) Lower Valve Body If the separator plate HAS a hole in it

If the separator plate HAS a hole in it it WILL require a checkball.

Plastic Checkballs 0.217” (5.5mm)

If the separator plate DOES NOT have a hole in it DO NOT install a checkball

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Valve Body Breakdown (continued)

Upper Valve Body

Steel Ball 0.250” (6.35mm)
Steel Ball
0.250”
(6.35mm)

1. C2 Lock valve

2. Secondary Regulator Valve

3. Lock-up Control valve

4. Lock-up relay Valve

5. Check Valve #2/3 Assembly

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6. C2 Exhaust Valve

7. Clutch apply Control Valve

8. B1 Lock Valve

9. B3 Orifice Control Valve

10. Solenoid Modulator Valve

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Upper Valve Body

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5 Plastic Checkballs 0.217” (5.5mm)

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Valve Body Breakdown (continued)

Upper Valve Body

Valve Body Breakdown (continued) Upper Valve Body B1 Accumulator C2 Accumulator Shorter Longer Springs Springs

B1 Accumulator

C2 Accumulator

Shorter

Longer

Springs

Springs

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Upper Valve Body

Steel Ball 0.394” (10mm)
Steel Ball
0.394”
(10mm)

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Accumulators, Seals, Check Valve

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B3 C3
B3
C3

C1

U140E/U241E Case Accumulators, Seals, Check Valve B3 C3 C1 Cooler send check valve © 2006 ATRA,

Cooler send check valve

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1
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Repair Manual Solenoid Name

Part Catalog Description

 

1 S4

Solenoid Assembly, Transmission 3-Way (No. 2)

 

2 SL2

Solenoid Assembly, Clutch Control No. 2

 

3 DSL

Solenoid Assembly, Transmission 3-Way

4 SL1

Solenoid Assembly, Clutch Control No. 1

 

5 SLT

Solenoid Assembly, Line Pressure Control

 

6 TFT

Transmission Fluid Temperature

NOTE: Part numbers have not been added due to the constant changing of part numbers. Check with your local parts distributors for the most recently updates

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Case Connector Identification and Solenoid Resistance

5

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3

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Connector Identification and Solenoid Resistance 5 4 3 21 10 9 8 7 6 Case Connector

10 9

8

7

6

Case Connector & Solenoid Resistance

Solenoid

Terminals

Resistance

 

SL1

5

& 10

5.1

- 5.5

SL2

4

& 9

5.1

- 5.5

SLT

2

& 7

5.0

- 5.6

DSL

3

& GND

11

- 15

S4

8

& GND

11

- 15

TFT

1

& 6

3.5K at 77°F (25°C) 231 - 263 at 231°F (110°C)

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ID

Decription

1

Lube

2

Direct Clutch (C2)

3

2nd Brake (B1)

4

UD Brake (B3)

5

UD Direct Clutch (C3)

6

Line Pressure Tap/Accumulator Shoulder

7

Cooler send

8

Forward Clutch

9

TCC Release

10

1st and Reverse brake (B2)

11

Lube

12

TCC Apply/Converter Charge

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Solenoid Function and Apply Chart

In the chart shown below, notice there is no application for SL1 in 3rd and 4th gear. This is because of the internal hydraulics, the SL1 solenoid can be ON or OFF, it is NOT Applicable to the operation of the transmission in these gears.

GEAR

SL1

SL2

S4

1

ON

ON

OFF

2

OFF

ON

OFF

3

 

OFF

OFF

4

 

OFF

ON

Solenoid Operation

SL1: Controls the B1 Brake

SL2: Controls the C2 clutch

SLT: Controls Line Pressure

S4: Controls the 3-4 Shift

DSL: Controls Lock-Up clutch

N-D Engagement: 3rd Gear is commanded during the engagment then 1st after the engagment is complete.

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Hold the
outter race
Notches
FREE-
WHEEL
Turn the
inner race
LOCK

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Dots must be facing you after installation

TOYOTA U140E/U241E (F2) Sprag Rotation Dots must be facing you after installation Clip © 2006 ATRA,
TOYOTA U140E/U241E (F2) Sprag Rotation Dots must be facing you after installation Clip © 2006 ATRA,

Clip

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(F2) Sprag Rotation (continued)

Freewheel

Turn the UD Clutch Drum

Lock

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Pump Differences

(2 different pumps)

Make sure the pumps are assembled as a matched set. They can be interchanged as a complete assembly. However, the Pump halves CAN NOT be inchanged be- tween cresent and non-cresent.

Cresent Type

NON-Cresent Type

CAN NOT be inchanged be- tween cresent and non-cresent. Cresent Type NON-Cresent Type © 2006 ATRA,

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Harsh Shifts After Overhaul

Reset adapts with factor scan tool. Battery disconnect or extensive driving may not be successful.

Whenever an automatic transmission is replaced, overhauled or indivdual compo- nents are replaced, use this procedure to erase the Engine Control Module (ECM, SAE term: Powertrain Control Module, PCM)”Learned Values” and minimize subse- quent performance concerns.

Caution:

Failure to follow the following procedures may lengthen the time to readjust the “Learned Values”, potentially resulting in performance concerns.

Procedure 1

1999-2003 ES 300 and RX 300 2003-2005 GX 470 2004-2005 RX 330

1. Connect the Lexus Diagnostic Tester to the vehicle.

2. Reset the ECM (PCM). Refer to the procedures below.

2. Reset the ECM (PCM). Refer to the procedures below. 3. Start the engine and warm

3. Start the engine and warm it up to normal operating temperature

4. Perform a thorough test drive with several accelerations from a stop with “light throttle” application until proper tranmission shifting is verified.

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Mercedes

19 Mercedes 2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR Table of Contents Mercedes TOC 287 722.6/NAG1 Vehicle Identification 288

2006 TECHNICAL SEMINAR

Table of Contents

Mercedes TOC

287

722.6/NAG1 Vehicle Identification

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Transmission Identification

291

Model Designation

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Chrysler and Jeep Application

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Mercedes Transmission Application

295

Transmission Ranges and Operation

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Component Application Chart

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Solenoid Operation

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Solenoid Application Chart

301

Torque Converter Operation

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Torque Converter Shudder

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Air Checking the Torque Converter

304

Case Connector Removal and Installation

305

Updated Connector O-Rings

306

Transmission Fluid

307

Air Checking the Case

310

Air Checking the B2, B3 and C Drum

311

Geartrain End Play

312

Oil Pump Assembly

313

B1 Break Clutch

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F1 Sprag Installation

317

F1 Sprag Rotation

318

Output Shaft Planetary Failure

319

Output Shaft Sealing Rings

320

K2 Drum Assembly

321

F2 Sprag Assembly

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F2 Sprag Rotation

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B2 Break Disassembly and Reassembly . 325

Binds During the Shift

327

Park Linkage Retainer

328

Valve Body

329

Solenoid Valves

330

Valve Body Screen and Latch Point

331

Valve Identification

332

Check Ball Location

334

Filter and Pressure Feed Locations

335

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GENERAL MOTORS 27 GM Table Of Contents GM All Body Style Identification 28 4L60E/65E, 4L80E,

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GM All Body Style Identification

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4L60E/65E, 4L80E, LCT 1000 PRNDL Inoperative

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Dexron VI

4L60E/65E

New Fluid Introduced

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Flare on the 2-3 Shift

59

 

Lack of Communication

61

AF23-5

2006

Updates

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Whine Noise in 4 th Gear

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1-2 Shift Shutter

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4L60E/65E, 4T40E/45E, AF33-5

4L80E/80EHD/85E

APP Signals and DTC Applications

35

Planetary Carrier Service

66

 

Updated Pump Cover

67

81-40LE

No 4 th Gear

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6L80

 

Introduction

68

5L40/50E

 

Checking the Fluid Level

70

Downshift Related Concerns

37

Component Application Chart

71

 

Control Solenoid Operation

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5L40/50E, 4T60E

 

Shift and Control Solenoids

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Shared 5-Volt Reference Circuit

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IMS Operation

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4T40/45E

Transmission Manual Shaft Switch 75

No Upshift

41

Transmission Fluid Pressure

“A” Car Transaxle Characteristics

43

Switch 76

APP Sensor DTCs

45

Solenoid and Valve Body

 

Diagnosis

77

4T65E

Adaptive Learning

79

W-car P2138 and/or P1125 Set 46

Pass-thru Connector ID

80

P0741 or P2761, TCC Related

Pass-thru Connector Location

81

Concerns

47

Intermittent Speedometer,

 

4L70E

Erratic Shifts

49

Introduction

82

Intermittent Hard Garage Shift

50

2006

Updates

51

LCT 1000

 
 

Misfire, Surge, Chuggle

84

4T80E

PTO Applications

85

3 rd Gear Start, No 3 rd Gear or

4L60E/65E, 4L80E/85E NP236/246

 

2006

Updates

86

Shift Related Concerns

54

LCT 1000 6-Speed Introduction

88

4-Wheel Drive Service Lamp On

Features

89

DTC C0327 Set

55

Updates

90

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GENERAL MOTORS

28 GM All GENERAL MOTORS Body Style Identification Several shops have indicated the need for an

Body Style Identification

Several shops have indicated the need for an identification chart for GM body styles. Listed below are the body style codes for the various 2005/2006 GM appli- cations. On passenger cars the body style is indicated by the 4th digit of the VIN. On truck applications the 5th digit indicates the body style.

2006 Models CARS

A= CHEVROLET COLBALT, PONTIAC PURSUIT, SATURN ION D= CADILLAC CTS, CADILLAC STS H= BUICK LUCERNE J= CHEVROLET OPTRA M= CHEVROLET MATIZ, PONTIAC SOLTICE K= CADILLAC DEVILLE S= PONTIAC VIBE T= CHEVROLET AVEO, PONTIAC WAVE U= CHEVROLET U-100 V= CHEVROLET EPICA, PONTIAC GTO W= CHEVROLET IMPALA, MONTE CARLO, PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, BUICK LACROSSE, BUICK ALLURE Y= CHEVROLET CORVETTE, CADILLAC XLR Z= CHEVROLET MALIBU, PONTIAC G6

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GENERAL MOTORS 29 GM All Body Style Identification 2006 Models TRUCKS A= CHEVROLET HHR, BUICK

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Body Style Identification

2006 Models TRUCKS

A= CHEVROLET HHR, BUICK RENDEZVOUS 2WD

B= BUICK RENDEZVOUS 4WD C= CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2WD, GMC SIERRA 2WD, CADILLAC ESCALADE, DENALI 2WD, E= CADILLAC SRX G= CHEVROLET EXPRESS VAN 2WD, GMC SAVANA VAN 2WD H= CHEVROLET EXPRESS VAN AWD, GMC SAVANA VAN AWD

K =CHEVROLET SILVERADO 4WD, GMC SIERRA 4WD, CADILLAC ESCALADE,

DENALI 4WD L= CHEVROLET EQUINOX, PONTIAC TORRENT N= HUMMER H2 S= 2WD CHEVROLET COLORADO, SSR, BLAZER, TRAILBLAZER, 2WD GMC ENVOY, CANYON, SONOMA, BUICK RAINER, ISUZU ACENDER 2WD T= 4WD/AWD CHEVROLET COLORADO, SSR, BLAZER, TRAILBLAZER,

4WD/AWD GMC ENVOY, CANYON, SONOMA, BUICK RAINER, ISUZU ACENDER 4WD, SAAB 9-7, HUMMER H3 U= CHEVROLET UPLANDER 2WD, PONTIAC MONTANA V= CHEVROLET UPLANDER EXPRESS/APV, PONTIAC AWD/EWB, BUICK TERRAZA, SATURN RELAY

X = SATURN RELAY AWD, BUICK TERRAZA AWD, CHEVROLET UPLANDER AWD

Z= SATURN VUE

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GM All

Body Style Identification

2005 Models CARS

A= CHEVROLET COLBALT, PONTIAC PURSUIT, SATURN ION C= BUICK PARK AVENUE D= CADILLAC CTS, CADILLAC STS H= BUICK LESABRE, PONTIAC BONNEVILLE J= CHEVROLET CAVALIER, OPTRA, PONTIAC SUNFIRE, SATURN L300 N= CHEVROLET MALIBU CLASSIC, PONTIAC GRAND AM M= CHEVROLET MATIZ K= CADILLAC DEVILLE S= PONTIAC VIBE T= CHEVROLET AVEO, PONTIAC WAVE U= CHEVROLET U-100 V= CHEVROLET EPICA, PONTIAC GTO W= CHEVROLET IMPALLA, MONTE CARLO, PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, BUICK LACROSSE, BUICK ALLURE, BUICK CENTURY CUSTOM Y= CHEVROLET CORVETTE, CADILLAC XLR Z= CHEVROLET MALIBU, PONTIAC G6

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GENERAL MOTORS 31 GM All Body Style Identification 2005 Models TRUCKS A= BUICK RENDEZVOUS 2WD,

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Body Style Identification

2005 Models TRUCKS

A= BUICK RENDEZVOUS 2WD, PONTIAC AZTEK 2WD B= BUICK RENDEZVOUS 4WD, PONTIAC AZTEK 4WD C= CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2WD, GMC SIERRA 2WD, CADILLAC ESCALADE, DENALI 2WD, E= CADILLAC SRX G= CHEVROLET EXPRESS VAN 2WD, GMC SAVANA VAN 2WD H= CHEVROLET EXPRESS VAN AWD, GMC SAVANA VAN AWD K= CHEVROLET SILVERADO 4WD, GMC SIERRA 4WD, CADILLAC ESCALADE, DENALI 4WD L= CHEVROLET EQUINOX, PONTIAC TORRENT M= CHEVROLET ASTRO, GMC SAFARI N= HUMMER H2 S= 2WD CHEVROLET COLORADO, SSR, BLAZER, TRAILBLAZER, 2WD GMC ENVOY, CANYON, SONOMA, BUICK RAINER, ISUZU ACENDER 2WD T= 4WD/AWD CHEVROLET COLORADO, SSR, BLAZER, TRAILBLAZER, 4WD/ AWD GMC ENVOY, CANYON, SONOMA, BUICK RAINER, ISUZU ACENDER 4WD, SAAB 9-7, HUMMER H3 U= CHEVROLET UPLANDER 2WD, PONTIAC MONTANA V= CHEVROLET UPLANDER EXPRESS/APV, PONTIAC AWD/EWB, BUICK TERRAZA, SATURN RELAY X = SATURN RELAY AWD, BUICK TERRAZA AWD, CHEVROLET UPLANDER AWD Z= SATURN VUE

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Dexron® VI

New Fluid Introduced

32 GENERAL MOTORS Dexron® VI New Fluid Introduced Beginning in April 2005 a new fluid was

Beginning in April 2005 a new fluid was introduced into the GM line. Designed for the new 6 speed automatic transmissions, Dexron VI has become the factory fill for GM applications. Dexron VI is designed to replace Dexron III as the service fill for GM applications. Dexron VI was developed by GM in conjunction with Petro Canada and Afton chemical company. Dexron VI is a significant advancement when compared to its counterpart Dexron III. The following chart represents the improvement over Dexron III.

counterpart Dexron III. The following chart represents the improvement over Dexron III. © 2006 ATRA, All

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Dexron® VI

New Fluid Introduced

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In addition Dexron VI also offers the following advantages over Dexron III:

Reduces TCC shudder in PWM applications

Improved low temperature operation

Lower viscosity

More consistent viscosity profile

99.9 % pure base stock profile

The following are the standards Dexron VI is designed to meet and maintain in production:

Dexron VI is designed to meet and maintain in production: Dexron VI is required for clutch
Dexron VI is designed to meet and maintain in production: Dexron VI is required for clutch

Dexron VI is required for clutch to clutch shift transmissions like the 6 speed applications released for the 2006 model year. Dexron VI is designed to back service all Dexron applications but it is not currently certified to meet the Mercon standard.

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34 GENERAL MOTORS AF23-5 Saturn ION Whine Noise in 4th A gear noise which is amplified

AF23-5 Saturn ION

Whine Noise in 4th

A gear noise which is amplified by the drive axle may sound like a whine type noise while in 4 th gear under light throttle, light load. This condition is most pronounced when the transaxle is warm.

To repair the concern install a new transfer driven gear, output gear and differential assembly.

the concern install a new transfer driven gear, output gear and differential assembly. © 2006 ATRA,

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GENERAL MOTORS 35 4L60E/65E, 4T40E/45E, AF33-5 APP Signals and DTC Applications Technicians that use a

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AF33-5

APP Signals and DTC Applications

Technicians that use a snap shot feature on their meter or use an oscilloscope to aid in diagnosis may misdiagnose the cause of APP DTCs. Your scan tool may register DTCs P0122, P0123, P0220, P0222, P1120, P1220, P1221, P1271, P1275, P1280, P1512, P1514, P1515, P1523, P2101, P2120, P2122 or P2123 on GM “T”, “Z”, “L” trucks and GM “A” and “Z” car applications. This may lead the technician to replace components that are not faulty.

NOTE: The body styles are as follows:

T= Trailblazer, Envoy, Colorado, Canyon, H3, Bravada

Z= Vue

L= Equinox

A= Cobalt, Pursuit

Z= Malibu, G6, Ion

These applications utilize a special software algorithm that is used to locate faults in the APP and TP systems. When monitoring some APP or TP sensors the techni- cian may notice that the voltage drops on the circuit. This condition only lasts for about 6.5ms. This test is performed to determine if there is a short in the sensors or the wiring is present. By monitoring the signal for the other sensors at the time the sensor signal is shorted to ground, the PCM can determine if a short to any of the other circuit are present. If APP, TP DTC’s are not set, no repairs should be attempted. If a TP or APP DTC is set, refer to the service information to assist with diagnosis for the DTC’s that are set.

refer to the service information to assist with diagnosis for the DTC’s that are set. ©

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81-40LE

GENERAL MOTORS

36 81-40LE GENERAL MOTORS No 4 t h gear Chevrolet Aveo, Pontiac Wave Chevrolet Aveo or

No 4 th gear

Chevrolet Aveo, Pontiac Wave

Chevrolet Aveo or a Pontiac Wave equipped with an Aisin Warner 81-40LE (RPO MV6) automatic transmissions may exhibit a no shift into 4 th gear at times. The customer may indicate that this is an intermittent condition and generally hap- pens after a cold start.

The 81-40 LE is programmed to inhibit 4 th gear anytime transmission tempera- ture is below 59°F (15°C). This feature is designed to lower emissions and en- hance heater operation during engine warm up. This should be considered a normal condition.

heater operation during engine warm up. This should be considered a normal condition. © 2006 ATRA,

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GENERAL MOTORS 37 5L40/50E Downshift Related Concerns Intermittent or Unwanted downshifts while operating the vehicle

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Downshift Related Concerns

Intermittent or Unwanted downshifts while operating the vehicle in a coast condi- tion set, may be caused by a weak internal brake booster vacuum spring that prevents the brake booster pedal position sensor from returning to the released position. The pedal position sensor can be monitored using ABS data. The EBCM signals the PCM which then signals the TCM regarding the brake pedal sensor position via the scan data, causing the condition to occur. To repair replace the brake booster. This condition will not set a DTC.

to occur. To repair replace the brake booster. This condition will not set a DTC. ©

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38 GENERAL MOTORS 5L40/50E, 4T60E 3.6L (LY7) or 2.8L (LP1) Shared 5-Volt Reference Circuit Several GM

5L40/50E, 4T60E

3.6L (LY7) or 2.8L (LP1)

Shared 5-Volt Reference Circuit

Several GM vehicles equipped with a 3.6L (LY7) or 2.8L (LP1) engine share the PCM 5 volt reference circuit among several different sensors. Some vehicle families include the Cadillac CTS/SRX/STS as well as the Buick Lacrosse and Rendezvous to name a few.

The PCM/ECM is not equipped with a DTC for a 5 volt reference problem on the engine families listed above. Therefore, the computer will not set an individual DTC related to the 5 volt reference circuit if a short to ground or an open occur in the circuit. It is likely a low voltage DTC for one of the shared circuits will set a DTC but the problem may not necessarly be located in that circuit or component. As an example, it is likely a P0102 MAF DTC could set even though there is no problem with the sensor or it’s circuit. The P0102 may set simply because it was the 1 st diagnostic to run.

As an example lets look at a Cadiallic STS, 3.6L

The shared 5 volt reference “A” circuit includes the following circuits:

MAF sensor

IAT sensor

BARO sensor

Engine oil pressure sensor, EOP

APP sensors

A/C pressure sensor

Fuel tank pressure sensor, FTP

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3.6L (LY7) or 2.8L (LP1)

Shared 5-Volt Reference Circuit

The shared 5 volt reference “B” circuit includes the following circuits:

Cam sensor bank 1 intake

Cam sensor bank 1 exhaust

Cam sensor bank 2 intake

Cam sensor bank 2 exhaust

The shared 5 volt reference “C” circuit includes the following circuits:

APP sensor

TP sensor

To show you how this might vary lets look at a Buick Rendezvous 3.6L The shared 5 volt reference “A” circuit includes the following circuits:

Baro sensor

EOP engine oil pressure sensor

APP sensor

The shared 5 volt reference “B” circuit includes the following circuits:

APP sensor

MAF sensor

AC pressure sensor

FTP fuel tank pressure sensor

Cam sensor bank 1 intake

Cam sensor bank 1 exhaust

Cam sensor bank 2 intake

Cam sensor bank 2 exhaust

Reference “C” Includes:

TAC monitor

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