4L80-E

HYDRA-MATIC

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 3 HOW TO USE THIS BOOK ...................................................................... 4 UNDERSTANDING THE GRAPHICS ....................................................... 6 TRANSMISSION CUTAWAY VIEW (FOLDOUT) ....................................... 8 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................... 9 PRICIPLES OF OPERATION .................................................................. 9A MAJOR MECHANICAL COMPONENTS (FOLDOUT) ...................... 10 RANGE REFERENCE CHART ......................................................... 11 TORQUE CONVERTER .................................................................. 12 APPLY COMPONENTS ................................................................. 15 PLANETARY GEAR SETS ............................................................. 26 HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS ........................................ 28 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ........................................................ 39 POWER FLOW ...................................................................................... 47 COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS ..................................................... 75 LUBRICATION POINTS ....................................................................... 102 BUSHING & BEARING LOCATIONS ................................................... 103 SEAL LOCATIONS .............................................................................. 104 ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST ................................................................ 105 BASIC SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 118 PRODUCT DESIGNATION SYSTEM ................................................... 119 GLOSSARY ........................................................................................ 120 ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................... 122 INDEX ................................................................................................ 123

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PREFACE
The Hydra-matic 4L80-E Technician’s Guide is intended for automotive technicians that are familiar with the operation of an automatic transaxle or transmission. Technicians or other persons not having automatic transaxle or transmission know-how may find this publication somewhat technically complex if additional instruction is not provided. Since the intent of this book is to explain the fundamental mechanical, hydraulic and electrical operating principles, technical terms used herein are specific to the transmission industry. However, words commonly associated with the specific transaxle or transmission function have been defined in a Glossary rather than within the text of this book. The Hydra-matic 4L80-E Technician’s Guide is also intended to assist technicians during the service, diagnosis and repair of this transmission. However, this book is not intended to be a substitute for other General Motors service publications that are normally used on the job. Since there is a wide range of repair procedures and technical specifications specific to certain vehicles and transmission models, the proper service publication must be referred to when servicing the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission.

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INTRODUCTION
The Hydra-matic 4L80-E Technician’s Guide is another Powertrain publication from the Technician’s Guide series of books. The purpose of this publication, as is the case with other Technician’s Guides, is to provide complete information on the theoretical operating characteristics of this transmission. Operational theories of the mechanical, hydraulic and electrical components are presented in a sequential and functional order to better explain their operation as part of the system. In the first section of this book entitled “Principles of Operation”, exacting explanations of the major components and their functions are presented. In every situation possible, text describes component operation during the apply and release cycle as well as situations where it has no effect at all. The descriptive text is then supported by numerous graphic illustrations to further emphasize the operational theories presented. The second major section entitled “Power Flow”, blends the information presented in the “Principles of Operation” section into the complete transmission assembly. The transfer of torque from the engine through the transmission is graphically displayed on a full page while a narrative description is provided on a facing half page. The opposite side of the half page contains the narrative description of the hydraulic fluid as it applies components or shifts valves in the system. Facing this partial page is a hydraulic schematic that shows the position of valves, checkballs, etc., as they function in a specific gear range. The third major section of this book displays the “Complete Hydraulic Circuit” for specific gear ranges. Fold-out pages containing fluid flow schematics and two dimensional illustrations of major components graphically display hydraulic circuits. This information is extremely useful when tracing fluid circuits for learning or diagnosis purposes. The “Appendix” section of this book provides additional transmission information regarding lubrication circuits, seal locations, illustrated parts lists and more. Although this information is available in current model year Service Manuals, its inclusion provides for a quick reference guide that is useful to the technician. Production of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E Technician’s Guide was made possible through the combined efforts of many staff areas within the General Motors Powertrain Division. As a result, the Hydra-matic 4L80-E Technician’s Guide was written to provide the user with the most current, concise and usable information available regarding this product.

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The Principles of Operation section (beginning on page 9A) presents information regarding the major apply components and hydraulic control components used in this transmission. “Understanding the Graphics” to know how the graphic illustrations are used. This is accomplished by using a fold-out circuit schematic with a facing page two dimensional fold-out drawing of each component. Also.. disassembled view parts lists and transmission specifications. the following guidelines are helpful in understanding the functional intent for the various page layouts: • Read the following section. If you are unfamiliar with this publication. This section builds on the information presented in the Principles of Operation section by showing • specific fluid circuits that enable the mechanical components to operate. this information should be verified with Service Manual information. The circuit schematics and component drawings display only the fluid passages for that specific operating range. The Complete Hydraulic Circuits section (beginning on page 75) details the entire hydraulic system. Since component parts lists and specifications may change over time. Unfold the cutaway illustration of the Hydramatic 4L80-E (page 8) and refer to it as you progress through each major section. This cutaway provides a quick reference of component location inside the transmission assembly and their relationship to other components. as they function in a specific gear range. However. The mechanical power flow is graphically displayed on a full size page and is followed by a half page of descriptive text. etc. Facing this partial page is a hydraulic schematic which shows the position of valves. The Power Flow section (beginning on page 47) presents the mechanical and hydraulic functions corresponding to specific gear ranges.HOW TO USE THIS BOOK First time users of this book may find the page layout a little unusual or perhaps confusing. This section describes “how” specific components work and interfaces with the sections that follow. ball check valves. particularly as they relate to the mechanical power flow and hydraulic controls (see Understanding the Graphics page 6). the Appendix section contains a schematic of the lubrication flow through the transmission. • • • • 4 . located at the bottom of each half page is a reference to the Complete Hydraulic Circuit section that follows. Finally. This information has been included to provide the user with convenient reference information published in the appropriate vehicle Service Manuals. with a minimal amount of exposure to this format its usefulness becomes more obvious. The opposite side of the half page contains the narrative description of the hydraulic fluid as it applies components or moves valves in the system.

. fluidr requut ex sure lato outp e presre regu of lin essu pr the 2 48 ➤ INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) . . . OFF 3 ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 5 ORIFICED EX ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PARKING PAWL (703) ➤ ➤ CASE ASSEMBLY (7) OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR ASSEMBLY (22) ➤ ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE ASSEMBLY (514) ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING LINE SUCTION PRND4 EX ➤ ➤ TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE PINION GEARS TURBINE SUN HELD SHAFT GEAR (502) 1 AIR BLEED (210) PRND43 ➤ D 2 REAR LUBE P ➤ RND FILTER (317) LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 32 CONVERTER PUMP ASSEMBLY CASE EXTENSION (19) ➤ ➤ NO POWER TRANSMITTED TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY ➤ ➤ 1 ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REV PRND4 ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 20 1-2 SOL EX N.. ..... ..... ..... ...... ..HOW TO USE THIS BOOK LARGE CUTAWAY VIEW OF TRANSAXLE (FOLDOUT) HALF PAGE TEXT FOR EASY REFERENCE TO BOTH PAGES RANGE REFERENCE CHART RK ) PA nning (P) Park l the e oi r in th leve fromwing: ctor sure follo sele pres the Reg: the e to ith n....O. ➤ (9) . . .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 27 28 28 26 14 14 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 75 FOLDOUT ➤ 77 COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX N.. . .. ....O.... ... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ...... .... ... ....O. 2d 44a 23 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 36b 31c 23/24b 17 18 46a/45 ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ➤ su mp e tra pu Preses pu to thWhen mand ulat rdingents..... .. ... .O. .. ..... .... .. .. . . W e de m th fro accoirem ceeds... 48 47 7 47 ➤ ➤ 48 ..... 1-2 SIGNAL REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ TFP SWITCH DRIVE ➤ REV DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 51 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN L AB ➤ 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB LE ➤ ➤ 4T H 33 34 A 35 ➤ O V O E 37 ➤ V ER 38 RU D2 ➤ 3- ➤ 2 SI G N A L ➤ ➤ 5 ..... .... . . ➤ (P) Park l the e oi r in th leve fromwing: ctor sure follo sele pres the Reg: the e to ith n...NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW.. lincted lve(218)sure) W sitio re Va es po p is di lator (line prion pum re Regu tputnsmissp ou m e gin (En PARK (Engine Running) . . OFF 2ND CLUTCH 12 ➤ 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ 45b EX ORIFICED EX LINE 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ 24b 23 #4 45 28 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 2-3 SOL 28 ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 17 26d/38 26a/27 8 26f/32 2-3 SIGNAL 14 37 37 34 45 26 14c 32a 26h ➤ 22b 17 24c 23 EX EX EX 30 30 ➤ #5 24 26c/38 26e/32 9 31d 34c 16 43h 47 47 20 45 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 26i/28 39 (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 40 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E GN AS RN C SI LE TC RE RETUE Y/ IV LUBE PL AP DR ONT FR ➤ ➤ ➤ 23 40 24 34 45 31 34 44 43 #9 25a 30a 5d ➤ ➤ ➤ TC OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ ➤ C EN AB ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN ➤ #11 ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ LE ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 43g 16 43f 22a ➤ 42a 3a 5 ➤ 3 37 5 10 ➤ 37 23 37d 37e 45a 34b 15 ➤ 5e/6 37c 40a 26b ➤ ➤ DRIVE 6 ➤ 31b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ 26a 27 #9 2a 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a ➤ REG ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD CON V FD ➤ IT ➤ ➤ 7 37a 19 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH 14 43 4TH CL FD 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ORIFICED EX 36a 46a 15 45 EX ➤ 19a DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 43e ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) 41 39d 26d 26e 16b 33b 26i ➤ 17a 8 38 38 9 32 32 10 11 34 34 12 13 28 28 14 47 39 16 5 39 41 47 LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 16 14 14 43 20 2 5 43 39 22 ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) (24) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ COOL ➤ 14 2 ➤ ER COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ ➤ #10 #8 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ... .. .. . ... .. 45 12 47 12 ➤ .. ... .. .. ..O. .. .. .. .. 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 47 46 21 34 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) HELD TORQUE SIGNAL TORQUE SIGNAL 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN ➤ PRN ➤ TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N... .. ... . the de m fro accoirem ceeds....DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . .. ON ➤ )8( 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ ➤ PRN TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ LINE 2b D 21 ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ EX ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) REVERSE TCC SIGNAL PRND43 REAR LUBE LO ➤ PRND4 RBA DRIVE REVERSE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ 20e ➤ 2d ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ LO LINE LO ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ 76 Figure 74 HALF PAGE TEXT AND LEGEND ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ DRIVE SUCTION ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 44a 40 40 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c 42c ➤ DRIVE FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 5a 1 39b 39a 23 ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ 20f ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE REVERSE 21 19d 24 22 ➤ D321 DRIVE LO P RND ➤ ➤ D FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ 2 ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 40 19c DRIVE ➤ PRND43 REV LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. ....... ➤ . ... .. ..O. ... ....... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ . ON ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. . lincted e(218)sure) W sitio re Valv es po p is di lator (line prion pum re Regu tputnsmissp ou m su mp tra pu Preses pu to the hen mand ulat rdingents..... . PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE LO SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) REVERSE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ RR ➤ U N 16 REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL N CL U TC H Figure 1 ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD REG APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 CC ➤ LINE ➤ REVERSE 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REV REV REV 47 47 ➤ ➤ 34 47 38a 47 2 44 43b 47 18 #7 (317) U M 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 47 32 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 16 14 14 19 37 39 2 37 3 3 25 30 26 26 34 37 26 38 47 32 26 26 17 31 26 28 5 37 5 40 26 45 34 45 31 34 33 36 37 39 18 20 5 43 20 2 22 43 42 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 5 43 22 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 2 19 42 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . .. . . . fluidr requut ex sure lato outp e presre regu of lin essu pr the (En gin eR u ➤ HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (512) FOURTH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (601–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (629–640) INTERMEDIATE LOW SPRAG ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY (624) (644) REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2c 2d OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE ROLLER CARRIER CLUTCH PINION GEARS (512) (518) HOLDING HELD 3 OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN PARK (Engine Running) 4 POWERFLOW TERMINATED PARK (Engine Running) ➤ 4 ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) FBA STATOR ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 DRIVE PRN FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ EX EX ➤ PRND4 ➤ PRN PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO HELD PRND43 TURBINE SHAFT (502) ➤ LINE ➤ 2 LO ➤ ACTR FD REV PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ REV EX 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ OUTPUT SHAFT (671) ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD PRN ➤ REVERSE LINE BOOST 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) SUN GEAR (650) TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER HUB OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) HELD ➤ EX EX EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) TURBINE SHAFT (502) LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY (657) PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID (320) MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT DETENT LEVER ASSEMBLY (711) Figure 6 ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ TORQUE PRESSURE PLATE ASSEMBLY CONVERTER TURBINE ASSEMBLY CONVERTER STATOR ASSEMBLY OIL PAN (28) FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT (708) INPUT SPEED SENSOR ASSEMBLY (22) MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY (44) PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) MAIN SHAFT (662) ➤ OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) PARKING PAWL (703) ENGAGED PARKING PAWL RETURN SPRING (705) 50 CO MP LE TE HY DR PA AULI GE B C 76 CIR CU IT FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) 4TH CL FD ➤ PRN 3-4 SHIFT EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 5 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 1-2 SIG 15 8 50 Figure 46 Figure 47 PAGE NUMBER — FOR REFERENCE TO FLUID FLOW SCHEMATIC FLUID FLOW SCHEMATIC — (FOLDOUT) RK g) PA nnin Ru FLUID FLOW THROUGH COMPONENTS (FOLDOUT) PARK (Engine Running) TORQUE CONVERTER (1) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN DRIVE OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 49 12 12 ➤ 29 49 11 19 3RD/REVERSE 11 11 45 CENTER LUBE RELEASE 1 3RD/REV DRIVE CENT ➤ ER LUBE REVERSE 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 14 47 29 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ 40 2ND CL 2ND CL 2-3 DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR 3RD/REVERSE 2-3 DRIVE FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUM 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ CENTER LUBE REVERSE EX ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR ACCUM ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL PRND43 REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 26c #5 26f #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 2ND ACCUM 2ND CLUTCH 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 16a FBA 31d 37c 37d 31c 31b FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 CO EX ➤ ➤ NV 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ LIM ➤ ➤ 3RD CL 4TH CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 26b EX 45a 43h 19 2 3 ➤ 19 2 3 25 40 42 37 2 ➤ 42 18 33 36 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER TORQUE SIGNAL DRIVE FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 23a LO PRND4 PRESSURE REG 2-3 SIGNAL D21 RBA D 21 REV 1-2 SIGNAL EX ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26 #6 26 17 ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ 30a CONV CLUTCH SHIFT TCC SIGNAL EX EX ➤ 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL 18 24a 22 19 ➤ ➤ 43d 5b ➤ ➤ EX 45 4 46b TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 8 24 ➤ LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD 2ND CLUTCH LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ACTR FD PRND43 ➤ DRIVE PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL EX N.....

This is a basic concept of fluid flow that can be understood by reviewing the illustrations provided in Figure 2. case assembly and into the oil pump assembly. required for the proper function of transmission in a specific gear range. fluid may pass between the control valve body. • • A three dimensional line drawing of the component for easier part identification. Figure 4 (page 7B) provides an illustration of a typical valve. In the schematic drawings. A brief description of how fluid pressures affect valve operation is also provided. orifices and so forth. Figure 3 provides an example of these formats which are: • • 6 • A graphic schematic representation that displays valves. bushing and valve train components. However. . the graphics are designed to show the exact location where fluid passes through a component and into other passages for specific gear range operation. A two dimensional line drawing of the component to indicate fluid passages and orifices. fluid circuits are represented by straight lines and orifices are represented by indentations in a circuit. All circuits are labeled and color coded to provide reference points between the schematic drawing and the two dimensional line drawing of the components. For this reason. the components involved with hydraulic control and fluid flow are illustrated in three major formats. spacer plate. ball check valves.UNDERSTANDING THE GRAPHICS CASE ASSEMBLY (7) MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (55-60) LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (61-74) TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR HOUSING OIL PUMP (51) ASSEMBLY (4) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING GASKET (47) CONTROL VALVE BODY SPACER PLATE (46) CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY (44) CONTROL VALVE BODY SPACER PLATE GASKET (48) CONTROL VALVE BODY GASKET (45) TRANSMISSION FLUID PRESSURE MANUAL VALVE POSITION SWITCH (40) LUBE OIL PIPE (39) OIL FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) OIL PAN (28) Figure 2 The flow of transmission fluid starts in the bottom pan and is drawn through the filter. case and other components many times before reaching a valve or applying a clutch. To provide a better understanding of fluid flow in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. Figure 5 (page 7B) provides a color coded chart that references different fluid pressures used to operate the hydraulic control systems. A brief description of valve operation is also provided to support the illustration.

TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE E LUB TER CEN ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ COO ➤ ➤ LER COOLER ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR FRONT BAND APPLY 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ACCUM ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD CL FBA 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CL FD EX ACCUMULATOR 3RD/REVERSE REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ CENTER LUBE 2ND ACCUM ➤ 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ ➤ RELEASE EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX NA FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 24a 22 19 ➤ 20d 23a LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN EX LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ LINE 2b EX EX ➤ 5c 20a 20b 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ CASE (7) REVERSE TCC SIGNAL PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE LO ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REV PRND4 REVERSE DRIVE REVERSE DRIVE GRAPHIC SCHEMATIC REPRESENTATION OIL PUMP BODY (4) ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) THREE DIMENSIONAL PUMP COVER SIDE THREE DIMENSIONAL CASE SIDE TWO DIMENSIONAL TWO DIMENSIONAL TWO DIMENSIONAL Figure 3 ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 40 40 44a ➤ 5a 39a 39b ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ DRIVE D321 ➤ D321 ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ 42b LO DRIVE REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N..O.. .. .......... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 ➤ 20f ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH REVERSE 19d 24 22 2ND CL ➤ D321 DRIVE LO P RND ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ 19c DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ FOLDOUT ➤ 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX N. . ➤ UNDERSTANDING THE GRAPHICS OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) SPACER PLATE CASE SIDE GASKET (47) GASKET (48) SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (45) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ DRIVE DRIVE REVERSE 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ VALVE BODY ALVE SPACER SPACER PLATE PLATE (23) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ C TC L AB EN ➤ ➤ ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT 43g 43f ➤ 22a THREE DIMENSIONAL TWO DIMENSIONAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ C TC A EN E BL ➤ ➤ CASE SIDE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONTROL VALVE BODY ALVE ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY (44) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ THREE DIMENSIONAL TWO DIMENSIONAL CASE ASSEMBLY ASSEMBL (7) THREE DIMENSIONAL FOLDOUT ➤ 7A . OFF 24b #4 2ND CLUTCH REV REV REV 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT FR ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ TC ➤ ➤ CE ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN ➤ #11 ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ B LE ➤ DRIVE 26a 6 27 ➤ 43h #9 16 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26b EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM 3RD CL REG CON V FD CON V FD ➤ ➤ 37a 19 4TH CL FD 4TH CL CO NV L ➤ PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD IMIT ➤ 7 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 36a 46a 15 45 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV PRND43 ➤ ORIFICED EX EX 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 16a 37c 37d 31c 31b 43e ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 26g 26h 14d 34a 31a 41a 37b 37e 34b 38 38 32 32 34 34 35a 28 41 28 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 #6 26c #5 26f #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ .. ON ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ 30a TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL N....O.... . . .O....... . ...

THEREFORE CREATING A QUICK RELEASE. ➤ ➤ ➤ RETAINING PIN ➤ ➤ VALVE BODY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 7B . WHICH CREATES A SLOWER APPLY. ➤ A ➤ ➤ B WITH THE SAME FLUID PRESSURE ACTING ON BOTH SURFACE "A" AND SURFACE "B" THE VALVE WILL MOVE TO THE LEFT. BUT FLUID PRESSURE "A" BEING GREATER THAN FLUID PRESSURE "B". Figure 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SPACER PLATE SPACER PLATE ➤ ➤ ➤ EXHAUST FROM THE APPLY COMPONENT UNSEATS THE BALL CHECK VALVE. ➤ EX WITH SIGNAL FLUID PRESSURE GREATER THAN SPRING AND SPRING ASSIST FLUID PRESSURE THE VALVE MOVES OVER.UNDERSTANDING THE GRAPHICS TYPICAL BUSHING AND VALVE NOTE: NOT ALL VALVES ARE USED WITH A BUSHING SPRING VALVE BORE PLUG BALL CHECK VALVE RETAINING PIN BUSHING SPACER PLATE VALVE BODY RESTRICTING ORIFICE ➤ ➤ ➤ SPRING VALVE BORE PLUG BUSHING ➤ ➤ BUSHING TO APPLY COMPONENT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL FLUID SIGNAL FLUID ➤ EX WITH SIGNAL FLUID PRESSURE EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN SPRING AND SPRING ASSIST FLUID PRESSURE THE VALVE REMAINS IN CLOSED POSITION. Figure 4 FLUID PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL “ON” SOLENOID SIGNAL “OFF” ACCUMULATOR ➤A ➤ ➤ B ➤ ACUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EXHAUST DIRECTION OF FLOW WITH EQUAL SURFACE AREAS ON EACH END OF THE VALVE. THE VALVE WILL MOVE TO THE RIGHT. THIS IS DUE TO THE LARGER SURFACE AREA OF "A" THAN "B". ➤ SPRING APPLY ASSIST FLUID FLUID ➤ APPLY FLUID ➤ SPRING ASSIST FLUID ➤ APPLY FLUID SEATS THE BALL CHECK VALVE FORCING FLUID THROUGH AN ORIFICE IN THE SPACER PLATE.

HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (512) FOURTH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (601–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (629–640) INTERMEDIATE LOW SPRAG ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY (624) (644) REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) CONVERTER PUMP ASSEMBLY CASE EXTENSION (19) STATOR ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY OUTPUT SHAFT (671) CASE ASSEMBLY (7) OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR ASSEMBLY (22) PARKING PAWL (703) TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) SUN GEAR (650) SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) TURBINE SHAFT (502) LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY (657) PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID (320) MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT DETENT LEVER ASSEMBLY (711) Figure 6 PRESSURE PLATE ASSEMBLY CONVERTER TURBINE ASSEMBLY CONVERTER STATOR ASSEMBLY OIL PAN (28) FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT (708) INPUT SPEED SENSOR ASSEMBLY (22) MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY (44) PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) MAIN SHAFT (662) 8 .

This consistency not only helps to provide for easy component identification but it also enhances the graphic and color continuity between sections.Figure 7 HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E CROSS SECTIONAL DRAWING A cross sectional line drawing is typically the standard method for illustrating either an individual mechanical component or a complete transmision assembly. regardless of the type of illustration or drawing. all the illustrations contained in this book use a color scheme that is consistent throughout this book. a three dimensional perspective illustration (shown on page 8) is the primary drawing used throughout this book. all components have an assigned color and that color is used whenever that component is illustrated. The purpose for this type of illustration is to provide a more exacting graphic representation of each component and to show their relationship to other components within the transmission assembly. distinguishing components may be difficult in this type of drawing. unless a person is familiar with all the individual components of the transmission. In this regard it becomes an excellent teaching instrument. However. . In other words. Additionally. It is also useful for 8A understanding the cross sectional line drawing by comparing the same components from the three dimensional perspective illustration. For this reason.

a turbine. two roller clutches and a sprag clutch. The variety of ranges in an automatic transmission are made possible through the interaction of numerous mechanically. three planetary gear sets. less torque is required in order to maintain the vehicle at a certain speed. hydraulically and electronically controlled components inside the transmission. The friction components used in this transmission consist of five multiple disc clutches and two bands. Downshifts to a lower gear. these components are either applied or released and operate the gear sets at a gear ratio consistent with the driver’s needs. input torque is greater than output torque. to deliver five different gear ratios through gear sets. N – Neutral position enables the engine to start and operate without driving the vehicle. and a stator assembly.GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Hydra-matic 4L80-E is a fully automatic four speed rear wheel drive electronically controlled transmission. FOLDOUT ➤ 9 Figure 8 The transmission can be operated in any one of the seven different positions shown on the shift quadrant (Figure 8). this position should be selected to restart the engine while the vehicle is moving. Overdrive range allows the transmission to operate in each of the four forward gear ratios. When an understanding of these operating principles has been attained. This is particularly beneficial for maintaining maximum engine braking when descending steep grades. It has the same starting ratio (first gear) as Manual Third but prevents the transmission from shifting above second gear. The torque converter acts as a fluid coupling to smoothly transmit power from the engine to the transmission. Manual Second can be used to retain second gear for acceleration and engine braking as desired. Another important function of the automatic transmission is to allow the engine to be started and run without transferring torque to the wheels. The pressure plate. second and third gears except that the transmission will not shift into fourth gear. P – Park position locks the output shaft. provides a mechanical “direct drive” coupling of the engine to the transmission. The gear sets then transfer torque through the output shaft and out to the drive axles. It consists primarily of a four-element torque converter. friction and mechanical clutches. The PCM also controls the apply and release of the torque converter clutch which allows the engine to deliver the maximum fuel efficiency without sacrificing vehicle performance. This range is also helpful for engine braking when descending slight grades. These friction components (when applied or released) support the automatic shifting qualities of the transmission. Manual Second can be selected at any vehicle speed but will not downshift into second gear until the vehicle speed drops below approximately 100 km/h (62 mph). The hydraulic system primarily consists of a gear type pump and a control valve body. The four-element torque converter contains a pump. enabling the engine to be started while preventing the vehicle from rolling either forward or backward. At this point output speed is greater than input speed. R – Reverse enables the vehicle to be operated in a rearward direction. hydraulic and electrical components found in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. Once the vehicle is in motion. are available for safe passing by depressing the accelerator or by manually selecting a lower gear with the shift selector. a gear ratio that develops a lot of torque (through torque multiplication) is required in order to initially start a vehicle moving. Changing gear ratios is fully automatic and is accomplished through the use of a powertrain control module (PCM). The following pages describe the theoretical operation of the mechanical. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION An automatic transmission is the mechanical component of a vehicle that transfers power (torque) from the engine to the wheels. When the vehicle speed slows to below approximately 56 km/h (35 mph) the transmission will then shift into first gear. 2 – Manual Second adds more performance for congested traffic and hilly terrain. operating the vehicle in a rearward direction is possible whenever Reverse ( R ) range has been selected (accomplished by the gear sets). The three planetary gear sets provide the four forward gear ratios and reverse. On the performance end. The reason for changing forward gear ratios is to provide the performance and economy expected from vehicles manufactured today. Park position should not be selected until the vehicle has come to a complete stop. D – Overdrive range should be used for all normal driving conditions for maximum efficiency and fuel 9A . It accomplishes this task by providing a number of forward gear ratios that automatically change as the speed of the vehicle increases. Upshifts and downshifts are the same as in Overdrive range for first. The PCM commands shift solenoid valves. The pump maintains the working pressures needed to stroke the servos and clutch pistons that apply or release the friction components. within the transmission. a pressure plate splined to the turbine. This situation occurs whenever Park (P) or Neutral (N ) range has been selected. It also hydraulically provides additional torque multiplication when required. Once the vehicle has reached a desired speed. economy becomes the important factor and the transmission will shift into overdrive. For safety reasons. diagnosis of these transmission systems is made easier. If necessary. These conditions include towing a trailer and driving on hilly terrain. on and off to control shift timing. the vehicle’s parking brake should be used in addition to the transmission “Park” position. a hydraulic pressurization and control system. and. If the transmission is in third or fourth gear it will immediately shift into second gear. when applied. At the appropriate time and sequence. Thus. Because the output shaft is mechanically locked by a parking pawl anchored in the case. or higher gear ratio. The PCM receives and monitors various electronic sensor inputs and uses this information to shift the transmission at the optimum time. 1 – Manual First can be selected at any vehicle speed. Also. D – Manual Third can be used for conditions where it may be desirable to use only three gear ratios. The multiple disc clutches combine with three mechanical components. EXPLANATION OF GEAR RANGES P R N D D 2 1 economy.

MAJOR MECHANICAL COMPONENTS OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523-533) TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) SPLINED TOGETHER OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504-511) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) TURBINE SHAFT (502) TURBINE SHAFT (502) SPLINED TOGETHER FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (601-614) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY (657) SPLINED TOGETHER TRANSMISSION CASE INTERMEDIATE (7) CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (629-638) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTERRACE (625) REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) SUN GEAR (650) PARKING PAWL (703) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616-623) MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (624) SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) SPLINED TOGETHER CENTER SUPPORT ASSEMBLY (640) LOW ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (644) LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (61-74) MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (55-60) MAIN SHAFT (662) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) SPLINED INTO OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) 10 Figure 9 .

All seals 10A . show the major mechanical components and their relationship to each other as a complete assembly. Overrun Clutch Housing Assembly (504). Components that rotate at turbine speed. The color legend below provides the “general” guidelines that were followed in assigning specific colors to the major components. Components held stationary in the case or splined to the case. Examples: Pump Assembly (4). and Reaction Carrier Assembly (651). and so forth. Components such as the Direct Clutch Housing (623) and Intermediate Clutch Sprag Outer Race (625). Accumulators. Components that rotate at engine speed. due to the complexity of this transmission. Also includes Roller Clutches and Sprag assemblies. 4th Clutch Housing (529) and Manual 2-1 Band Assembly (628). Turbine Shaft (502) and Overdrive Carrier Assembly (514). However. rotating at engine speed. Main shaft (662) and Rear Internal Gear (666). color has been used throughout this book to help identify parts that are splined together.COLOR LEGEND MAJOR MECHANICAL COMPONENTS The foldout graphic on page 10 contains a disassembled drawing of the major components used in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. along with the cross sectional illustrations on page 8 and 8A. Servos and Bands. Examples: Output Shaft Assembly (671) and Output Carrier Assembly (661). Components that rotate at transmission output speed. Examples: Converter Turbine. Forward Clutch Hub (613). Components such as the Stator in the Torque Converter (1). held stationary. All bearings and bushings. Color differentiation is particularly helpful when using the Power Flow section for understanding the transmission operation. This drawing. Therefore. Components such as the Forward Clutch Housing Assembly (602). some colors (such as grey) were used for artistic purposes rather than based on the specific function or location of that component. Examples: Torque Converter Assembly (1) and Oil Pump Drive (205) and Driven (204) Gears.

COLOR LEGEND
APPLY COMPONENTS

The Range Reference Chart on page 11, provides another valuable source of information for explaining the overall function of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. This chart highlights the major apply components that function in a selected gear range, and the specific gear operation within that gear range. Included as part of this chart is the same color reference to each major component that was previously discussed. If a component is active in a specific gear range, a word describing its activity will be listed in the column below that component. The row where the activity occurs corresponds to the appropriate transmission range and gear operation. An abbreviated version of this chart can also be found at the top of the half page of text located in the Power Flow section. This provides for a quick reference when reviewing the mechanical power flow information contained in that section.

10B

RANGE REFERENCE CHART
HYDRAMATIC 4L80-E - GEAR RATIOS FIRST 2.48 FOURTH .75 SECOND 1.48 REVERSE 2.08 THIRD 1.00

RANGE

GEAR

1-2 SHIFT 2-3 SHIFT SOLENOID SOLENOID ON OFF

FOURTH CLUTCH

OVERRUN CLUTCH

OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING

FORWARD CLUTCH

DIRECT CLUTCH

MANUAL 2-1 BAND

INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH

INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH

LOW ROLLER CLUTCH

LOW AND REVERSE BAND

P-N R D
REVERSE 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1st

ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF

OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED

HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED

APPLIED

APPLIED

*
HOLDING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED

HOLDING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUNNING APPLIED

APPLIED APPLIED

OVERRUNNING APPLIED APPLIED HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED

*
HOLDING OVERRUNNING

D 2 1

2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

*
HOLDING

*
HOLDING

*HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE
ON = SOLENOID ENERGIZED OFF = SOLENOID DE-ENERGIZED

@ THE SOLENOID'S STATE FOLLOWS A SHIFT PATTERN WHICH DEPENDS UPON VEHICLE SPEED AND THROTTLE POSTION. IT DOES NOT DEPEND UPON THE SELECTED GEAR.

NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION.

Figure 10

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TORQUE CONVERTER
TURBINE THRUST SPACER (B) PRESSURE PLATE SPRING (E) THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY (G) THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY (G)

CONVERTER HOUSING COVER ASSEMBLY (A)

PRESSURE PLATE ASSEMBLY (C)

DAMPER ASSEMBLY (D)

STATOR ASSEMBLY (H) TURBINE ASSEMBLY (F) F

CONVERTER PUMP ASSEMBLY (I)

TORQUE CONVERTER:

The torque converter (1) is the primary component for transmittal of power between the engine and the transmission. It is bolted to the engine flywheel (also known as the flexplate) so that it will rotate at engine speed. Some of the major functions of the torque converter are: • to provide for a smooth conversion of torque from the engine to the mechanical components of the transmission. • to multiply torque from the engine that enables the vehicle to achieve additional performance when required. • to mechanically operate the transmission oil pump (4) through the converter hub. • to provide a mechanical link, or direct drive, from the engine to the transmission through the use of a torque converter clutch (TCC). The torque converter assembly is made up of the following five main sub-assemblies: • a converter housing cover assembly (A) which is welded to the converter pump assembly (I). • a converter pump assembly (I) which is the driving member. • a turbine assembly (F) which is the driven or output member. • a stator assembly (G) which is the reaction member located between the converter pump and turbine assemblies. • a pressure plate assembly (C) splined to the turbine assembly to enable direct mechanical drive when appropriate.
CONVERTER PUMP ASSEMBLY AND TURBINE ASSEMBLY

A I

D G STATOR SHAFT (235) E

B

TURBINE SHAFT (502) CONVERTER HUB

H

When the engine is running the converter pump assembly acts as a centrifugal pump by picking up fluid at its center and discharging it at its rim between the blades (see Figure 12). The force of this fluid then hits the turbine blades and causes the turbine to rotate. As the engine and converter pump increase in RPM, so does the turbine.
PRESSURE PLATE, DAMPER AND CONVERTER HOUSING ASSEMBLIES

Torque converter failure could cause loss of drive

and or loss of power. To reduce torsional shock during the apply of the pressure plate to the converter cover, a spring loaded damper assembly (D) is used. The pressure plate is attached to the pivoting mechanism of the damper assembly which allows the pressure plate to rotate independently of the damper assembly up to approximately 45 degrees. During engagement, the springs in the damper assembly cushion the pressure plate engagement and also reduce irregular torque pulses from the engine or road surface. Figure 11

The pressure plate is splined to the turbine hub and applies (engages) with the converter cover to provide a mechanical coupling of the engine to the transmission. When the pressure plate assembly is applied, the amount of slippage that occurs through a fluid coupling is reduced (but not eliminated), thereby providing a more efficient transfer of engine torque to the drive wheels.

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In this mode. fluid leaving the converter pump has more force to turn the turbine assembly and multiply engine torque. • Overheated fluid. fluid from the turbine hits the front side of the stator blades (the converter is multiplying torque). Fluid is no longer being redirected to the converter pump and engine torque is not being multiplied. STATOR ASSEMBLY STATOR CONVERTER MULTIPLYING STATOR HELD FLUID FLOW REDIRECTED The stator assembly is located between the pump assembly and turbine assembly. • roller clutch locks up in both directions can cause poor acceleration at high speed. At this time. when greater torque is needed. When this occurs. FLUID FLOW FROM TURBINE CONVERTER AT COUPLING SPEED STATOR ROTATES FREELY Figure 13 13 . The function of the stator is to redirect fluid returning from the turbine in order to assist the engine in turning the converter pump assembly. centrifugal force acting on the fluid changes the direction of the fluid leaving the turbine such that it hits the back side of the stator blades (converter at coupling speed). the one-way roller clutch prevents the stator from rotating in the same direction as the fluid flow. As vehicle speed increases and less torque is required. At low vehicle speeds. the roller clutch overruns and allows the stator to rotate freely. This oneway roller clutch allows the stator to rotate in one direction and prevents (holds) the stator from rotating in the other direction. and is mounted on a one-way roller clutch. thereby redirecting fluid to assist the engine in turning the converter pump.TORQUE CONVERTER FLUID FLOW STATOR ASSEMBLY (H) TURBINE ASSEMBLY (F) CONVERTER PUMP ASSEMBLY (I) Figure 12 Stator roller clutch failure • roller clutch freewheels in both directions can cause poor acceleration at low speed.

TCC valve (223) stuck or binding TCC regulator apply valve (324) stuck or binding Converter limit valve (214) stuck or binding TCC enable valve (217) stuck or binding Spacer plate and gaskets misaligned or incorrect Pressure plate assembly friction material worn or damaged TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) RELEASE FLUID ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY FLUID TURBINE SHAFT (502) TURBINE SHAFT (502) APPLY FLUID APPLY FLUID ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ RELEASE FLUID RELEASE FLUID PRESSURE PLATE ➤ ➤ PRESSURE PLATE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC RELEASE 14 Figure 14 TCC APPLY . and should not apply until the transmission fluid has reached a minimum operating temperature of 8°C (46°F) and the engine coolant temperature reaches 50°C (122°F). then passes into the torque converter on the apply side of the pressure plate assembly. For more information on TCC apply and release. The release fluid passage is located between the stator shaft (235) and the turbine shaft (502). Fluid travels between the shafts and enters the release side of the pressure plate at the end of the turbine shaft. The fluid then exits the torque converter through the apply passage. Release fluid is then routed out of the torque converter between the turbine shaft and the stator shaft. The apply passage is located between the turbine shaft and the stator shaft. see Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear TCC Released and Applied. fluid is fed into the torque converter by the pump into the release fluid passage. The pressure plate is forced away from the converter cover and allows the torque converter turbine to rotate at speeds other than engine speed.TORQUE CONVERTER RELEASE APPLY When the torque converter clutch is released. The release fluid then flows between the friction element on the pressure plate and the converter cover to enter the apply side of the torque converter. Apply fluid pressure forces the pressure plate against the torque converter cover to provide a mechanical link between the engine and the turbine. The regulated apply fluid then feeds the apply fluid passage and applies the torque converter. which is located between the torque converter clutch hub and the stator shaft (235). pages 64–65. No TCC apply can be caused by: • • • • • • • TCC (PWM) solenoid valve assembly (323) malfunction. The TCC (PWM) solenoid valve then regulates line fluid from the pump into the regulated apply passage. The fluid flows between the shafts. and enters the pump. When the PCM determines that the vehicle is at the proper speed for the torque converter clutch to apply it sends a signal to the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve. The TCC apply should occur in fourth gear (also third gear in some applications).

the steel plates (526) and fiber plates (525) are locked together and held stationary by the 4th clutch housing. resulting from the rotation of the overrun clutch housing. The 4th clutch is applied only when the transmission is in Fourth gear to provide an overdrive gear ratio. ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523-533) 4TH CLUTCH RELEASE: 4TH CLUTCH APPLY FLUID PASSAGE To release the 4th clutch. This disengages the steel plates (508) and the fiber plates (509) from the backing plate (510) and disconnects the overrun clutch housing from the overdrive carrier. In the absence of fluid pressure. 4th clutch fluid is fed from the case. The orifice cup plug (530) is pressed into the 4th lutch housing. The correlation of information between the sections of this book helps the user more clearly understand the hydraulic and mechanical operating principles for this transmission. engine stall and harsh shifts from D4 to D3. LUBE PASSAGE BACKING PLATE RETAINER RING (511) BACKING PLATE (510) SPRING RETAINER RING (507) LUBE PASSAGE OVERDRIVE SUN GEAR OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH INNER CAM FIBER CLUTCH PLATE ASSEMBLY (509) STEEL CLUTCH PLATE (508) 509 510 511 21 15 . spring force from the spring assembly (506) moves the overrun clutch piston (505) away from the clutch pack. The internal teeth on the fiber plates hold the overrun clutch housing (504) stationary to prevent the overdrive sun gear from rotating. the increase in fluid pressure forces any air in the overrun clutch fluid circuit to exhaust past the ball check valve. This order closely parallels the disassembly sequence used in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E Unit Repair Section located in Section 7 of the appropriate Service Manual. Air in the 4th clutch fluid circuit s forced out the orifice when 4th clutch fluid ressure increases to prevent excess cushion during th clutch apply. overrun clutch fluid is fed through the oil pump hub to the inner hub of the overrun clutch housing. FIBER STEEL CLUTCH PLATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY PLATE (525) (526) INNER SEAL (527) 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICE (530) OUTER SEAL (531) ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH RELEASE: OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) To release the overrun clutch. or Third. As fluid pressure increases. such as clutches and bands. spring force from the spring assembly (532) the 4th clutch piston away from the clutch pack. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (526) are splined to the 4th clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (525) are splined to the overrun clutch housing (504). OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLY: 4TH CLUTCH BACKING PLATE (524) ➤ Plugged fourth apply passage. 4TH CLUTCH HOUSING (529) SPRING RETAINER RING (533) To apply the overrun clutch. to prevent excess cushion during clutch apply. This forces the housing and carrier to turn as one unit during engine compression braking in the Manual gear ranges. Overrun clutch fluid pressure seats the overrun clutch ball check valve (located in the housing) and moves the piston to compress the spring assembly (506) to cushion the apply. MATING OR RELATED COMPONENTS BRIEF DESCRIPTION FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION APPLY COMPONENTS APPLY COMPONENTS 4TH CLUTCH: APPLIED RELEASED 4TH CLUTCH APPLY: To apply the 4th clutch. It also correlates with the components shown on the Range Reference Charts that are used throughout the Power Flow section of this book. As fluid pressure increases. thereby holding the overrun clutch housing and overdrive carrier together. are hydraulically “applied” and “released” in order to provide automatic gear range shifting. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) together until they are held against the 4th clutch backing plate (524). is held stationary to the transmission case (7) by the 4th clutch housing bolt (26). located in the 4th clutch housing (529). 505 506 507 508 SPRING ASSEMBLY (506) OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLY FLUID OVERRUN CLUTCH PISTON ASSEMBLY (505) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) LUBE PASSAGE BACKING PLATE 4TH CLUTCH RETAINER RING PISTON (523) (528) 4TH CLUTCH HOUSING BOLT CASE 4TH CLUTCH (26) (7) APPLY FLUID 530 532 533 523 524 525 526 528 529 20 ➤ Figure 20 Figure 21 CUTAWAY VIEW DISASSEMBLED VIEW Figure 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The 4th clutch assembly. allowing the overrun clutch housing and overdrive sun gear to rotate. there could be a partial apply. Some of these apply components. the overrun clutch ball check valve. this section shows the routing of fluid pressure to the individual components and their internal functions when it applies or releases. Other components. absence of fluid pressure. This disengages th plates (526) and fiber plates (525) from the backing plate (524). unseats. return spring assembly or piston seals can cause no fourth/slips in fourth.D4. This interaction between the hydraulically and mechanically applied components is then explained in detail and supported with a graphic illustration. 4th clutch fluid pressure forces the piston against the 4th clutch spring assembly (532) to cushion the apply. Centrifugal force. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) together until they are held against the overrun clutch backing plate (510). of the overrun clutch plates. the steel plates (508) and fiber plates (509) are locked together. allowing pressure at the overrun clutch piston (505) to decrease. through the 4th clutch housing bolt (26) and behind the 4th clutch piston (528). The sequence in which the components in this section have been discussed coincides with their physical arrangement inside the transmission. If this fluid did not completely exhaust from behind the piston.APPLY COMPONENTS The Apply Components section is designed to explain the function of the hydraulic and mechanical holding devices used in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. such as a roller clutch or sprag clutch. No fourth gear . Second.D3. In addition. forces residual overrun clutch fluid to the outside of the piston housing and past the unseated ball check valve. overrun clutch fluid exhausts through the overrun clutch housing inner hub and into the oil pump hub. Also. allowing pressure at the 4th clutch piston (528) to decrease. The overrun clutch is applied only when the shift selector lever is in a Manual gear range First. before it seats. When fully applied. located in the overrun clutch housing. damaged clutch plates. 4th clutch fluid exhausts through the 4th clut circuit. D2 or D1. OVERRUN CLUTCH BALL CHECK VALVE During the exhaust of overrun clutch fluid. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (508) are splined to the overrun clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (509) are splined to the overdrive carrier assembly (514). no overrun braking . If inoperative the overrun clutch can cause loss of drive. ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH: SPRING ASSEMBLY (532) The overrun clutch assembly is located in the overrun clutch housing (504). often react to a hydraulically “applied” component by mechanically “holding” or “releasing” another member of the transmission. or drag. Feed holes in the inner hub allow fluid to enter the housing behind the overrun clutch piston (505). When fully applied.

damaged clutch plates. As fluid pressure increases. located in the 4th clutch housing (529). the steel plates (526) and fiber plates (525) are locked together and held stationary by the 4th clutch housing. 4TH CLUTCH HOUSING (529) SPRING RETAINER RING (533) 4TH CLUTCH HOUSING BOLT CASE 4TH CLUTCH (26) (7) APPLY FLUID 530 532 533 BACKING PLATE 4TH CLUTCH RETAINER RING PISTON (523) (528) 523 524 525 526 528 529 16 Figure 16 . return spring assembly or piston seals can cause no fourth/slips in fourth. 4TH CLUTCH APPLY: SPRING ASSEMBLY (532) To apply the 4th clutch. is held stationary to the transmission case (7) by the 4th clutch housing bolt (26). 4th clutch fluid exhausts through the 4th clutch fluid circuit. allowing pressure at the 4th clutch piston (528) to decrease.APPLY COMPONENTS 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523-533) 4TH CLUTCH RELEASE: To release the 4th clutch. through the 4th clutch housing bolt (26) and behind the 4th clutch piston (528). spring force from the spring assembly (532) moves the 4th clutch piston away from the clutch pack. The 4th clutch is applied only when the transmission is in Fourth gear to provide an overdrive gear ratio. When fully applied. The internal teeth on the fiber plates hold the overrun clutch housing (504) stationary to prevent the overdrive sun gear from rotating. 4th clutch fluid is fed from the case. Air in the 4th clutch fluid circuit is forced out the orifice when 4th clutch fluid pressure increases to prevent excess cushion during 4th clutch apply. 4TH CLUTCH APPLY FLUID PASSAGE 4TH CLUTCH: FIBER STEEL CLUTCH PLATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY PLATE (525) (526) INNER SEAL (527) 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICE (530) OUTER SEAL (531) The 4th clutch assembly. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (526) are splined to the 4th clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (525) are splined to the overrun clutch housing (504). thereby allowing the overrun clutch housing and overdrive sun gear to rotate. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) together until they are held against the 4th clutch backing plate (524). In the absence of fluid pressure. 4th clutch fluid pressure forces the piston against the 4th clutch spring assembly (532) to cushion the apply. This disengages the steel plates (526) and fiber plates (525) from the backing plate (524). 4TH CLUTCH BACKING PLATE (524) Plugged fourth apply passage. The orifice cup plug (530) is pressed into the 4th clutch housing.

Overrun clutch fluid pressure seats the overrun clutch ball check valve (located in the housing) and moves the piston to compress the spring assembly (506) to cushion the apply. D2 or D1. allowing pressure at the overrun clutch piston (505) to decrease. before it seats. This forces the housing and carrier to turn as one unit during engine compression braking in the Manual gear ranges. unseats. overrun clutch fluid is fed through the oil pump hub to the inner hub of the overrun clutch housing. This disengages the steel plates (508) and the fiber plates (509) from the backing plate (510) and disconnects the overrun clutch housing from the overdrive carrier. If inoperative the overrun clutch can cause loss of drive. or Third. If this fluid did not completely exhaust from behind the piston. In the absence of fluid pressure. the overrun clutch ball check valve. thereby holding the overrun clutch housing and overdrive carrier together. Also. spring force from the spring assembly (506) moves the overrun clutch piston (505) away from the clutch pack. or drag. Feed holes in the inner hub allow fluid to enter the housing behind the overrun clutch piston (505).D3. The overrun clutch is applied only when the shift selector lever is in a Manual gear range First. forces residual overrun clutch fluid to the outside of the piston housing and past the unseated ball check valve.D4. OVERRUN CLUTCH: APPLIED RELEASED OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLY: To apply the overrun clutch. there could be a partial apply. When fully applied. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (508) are splined to the overrun clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (509) are splined to the overdrive carrier assembly (514). of the overrun clutch plates. OVERRUN CLUTCH BALL CHECK VALVE During the exhaust of overrun clutch fluid. overrun clutch fluid exhausts through the overrun clutch housing inner hub and into the oil pump hub. Second. resulting from the rotation of the overrun clutch housing. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) together until they are held against the overrun clutch backing plate (510). engine stall and harsh shifts from D4 to D3. As fluid pressure increases. to prevent excess cushion during clutch apply.APPLY COMPONENTS OVERRUN CLUTCH RELEASE: OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) To release the overrun clutch. located in the overrun clutch housing. Centrifugal force. no overrun braking . the steel plates (508) and fiber plates (509) are locked together. the increase in fluid pressure forces any air in the overrun clutch fluid circuit to exhaust past the ball check valve. 505 506 507 508 SPRING ASSEMBLY (506) OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLY FLUID OVERRUN CLUTCH PISTON ASSEMBLY (505) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) LUBE PASSAGE Figure 17 ➤ 509 510 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The overrun clutch assembly is located in the overrun clutch housing (504). LUBE PASSAGE BACKING PLATE RETAINER RING (511) BACKING PLATE (510) SPRING RETAINER RING (507) LUBE PASSAGE OVERDRIVE SUN GEAR OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH INNER CAM FIBER CLUTCH PLATE ASSEMBLY (509) STEEL CLUTCH PLATE (508) 511 17 . No fourth gear .

in the Manual gear ranges. thereby overrunning the overdrive roller clutch. 18 Figure 18 . the pinion gears attempt to drive the sun gear clockwise. Power flow drives the overdrive carrier clockwise. the overrun clutch is applied to connect the overrun clutch housing and overdrive carrier. thereby locking the overrun clutch housing and overdrive carrier together. However. This drives the pinion gears clockwise and the sun gear counterclockwise. 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE ROLLER INTERNAL CLUTCH GEAR (512) INNER CAM OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) (OUTER RACE) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) OUTER RACE SUN GEAR OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) A damaged overdrive roller clutch can cause loss of drive. this causes the rollers to “move up the ramps” and wedge between the inner cam and outer race.75:1. Therefore. The pinions then drive the forward clutch housing (through the internal gear) in an overdrive gear ratio of approximately . This causes the forward clutch housing to be driven by vehicle speed faster than the overdrive carrier is being driven by engine speed. With the sun gear and overdrive carrier rotating at the same speed. or Reverse gear. The 4th clutch fiber plates (525) are splined to the overrun clutch housing and hold the housing and overdrive sun gear stationary to the transmission case. Vehicle load on the forward clutch housing causes the pinion gears to attempt to rotate counterclockwise on their pins around the internal gear as they travel with the carrier assembly. Third and Reverse gears the 4th clutch is released and the overrun clutch housing is free to rotate.APPLY COMPONENTS OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH: The overdrive roller clutch assembly (512) is located between the overdrive carrier assembly (514) and overrun clutch housing (504). when the vehicle is accelerating and the transmission is in First. Second. The overdrive carrier functions as the outer race for the roller clutch while the overrun clutch housing functions as the inner cam. OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING: (EXAMPLE “A”) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING EXAMPLE "A" DIRECT DRIVE FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (INTERNAL GEAR) G AT I N OT R D H EL In First. the carrier overruns the roller clutch. This causes the rollers to “move down the ramp” and rotate freely between the inner cam and outer race. The overdrive carrier also overruns the overdrive roller clutch during coast conditions (throttle released) in Overdrive Range . Third. faster than the overdrive carrier. This action occurs in Fourth gear when the 4th clutch is applied.First. However. As power flow drives the overdrive carrier clockwise. Therefore. Second. The overdrive roller clutch is holding. a direct drive 1:1 gear ratio is obtained through the overdrive planetary gear set in First. and effective. Third and Reverse gears with the overdrive roller clutch holding. The overdrive roller clutch is a type of one-way clutch that prevents the overrun clutch housing from rotating clockwise faster than the overdrive carrier assembly. This prevents the overdrive carrier from overrunning the overdrive roller clutch during coast conditions. The overdrive carrier pinion gears rotate clockwise on their pins and walk around the stationary sun gear. OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH RELEASED: (EXAMPLE “B”) (OUTER RACE) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING AND SUN GEAR (INNER CAM) EXAMPLE "B" OVERDRIVE FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (INTERNAL GEAR) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH OVERRUNNING G AT I N OT R D H EL (OUTER RACE) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING AND SUN GEAR (INNER CAM) The roller clutch releases when the overdrive carrier rotates clockwise faster than the overrun clutch housing. The overdrive carrier pinion gears are in mesh with both the overdrive internal gear [part of the forward clutch housing (602)] and the overdrive sun gear [part of the overrun clutch housing (504)]. Second. the pinion gears do not rotate on their pins but do travel clockwise with the carrier and drive the forward clutch housing. and Third gears and in Reverse and when vehicle speed is greater than engine speed. Second.

helps control the release of the forward clutch plates. At the same time. If this fluid did not completely exhaust from behind the piston. in addition to the spring assembly and forward clutch orifice. forces residual drive fluid to the outside of the housing and past the unseated ball check valve. drive fluid is fed through the forward clutch orifice in the intermediate seal assembly to feed fluid to the outer area of the piston [between the intermediate seal assembly (685) and the outer piston seal]. third gear starts and harsh shifts from D to R. This forces the forward clutch hub to rotate at the same speed as the forward clutch housing. resulting from the rotation of the forward clutch housing. FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (602) FORWARD CLUTCH RELEASE: If inoperative the forward clutch can cause forward motion in Neutral. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) until they are held against the direct clutch hub (615). in addition to the spring assembly. helps control the apply rate of the forward clutch. engine stall. Drive fluid pressure on the inner area moves the piston and compresses the spring assembly (607) to cushion the apply. or drag. Also. to prevent excess cushion during clutch apply. the steel plates (610) and fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) are locked together. before it seats. FORWARD CLUTCH: To release the forward clutch. located in the forward clutch housing (602). of the forward clutch plates. When fully applied. drive fluid is fed through the turbine shaft to the inner hub of the forward clutch housing. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (610) are splined to the forward clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) are splined to the forward clutch hub (613). there could be a partial apply. the increase in fluid pressure forces any air in the drive fluid circuit to exhaust past the ball check valve.APPLY COMPONENTS clutch pack is a waved steel plate (609) that. In the absence of fluid pressure. This action. the forward clutch ball check valve. drive fluid exhausts from the piston. unseats. fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) and waved plate (609) from the direct clutch hub (615) and disconnects the forward clutch housing from the forward clutch hub (613). FIBER STEEL LUBE WAVED CLUTCH CLUTCH PASSAGE CLUTCH PLATE PLATE PLATE ASSEMBLY (610) (609) (611) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) SPRING ASSEMBLY (607) LUBE PASSAGE FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) THRUST WASHER (612) 612 615 616 19 . thereby holding the forward clutch housing and the forward clutch hub (613) together. This FORWARD CLUTCH BALL CHECK VALVE APPLIED RELEASED FORWARD CLUTCH APPLY: To apply the forward clutch. Feed holes in the inner hub allow fluid to enter the housing behind the inner area of the forward clutch piston (606) [between the inner piston seal and the intermediate seal assembly (685)]. loss of drive. The forward clutch orifice controls the exhaust of drive fluid from the outer area of the piston. This fluid pressure seats the forward clutch ball check valve and increases the holding force on the clutch pack. During the exhaust of drive fluid. spring force from the spring assembly (607) moves the forward clutch piston away from the clutch plates. Also included in the 685 606 607 608 609 FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (602) FORWARD CLUTCH ORIFICE DRIVE APPLY FLUID OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR SPRING RETAINER RING (608) LUBE PASSAGE 613 614 RETAINER RING (616) FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE SEAL ASSEMBLY (685) FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON (606) 611 610 Figure 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The forward clutch assembly is located in the forward clutch housing (602). Centrifugal force. The forward clutch is applied in all forward gear ranges to transfer engine torque from the overdrive planetary gear set to the output and reaction planetary gear sets. As fluid pressure increases on the inner area. disengages the steel plates (610). through the inner hub of the forward clutch housing and into the turbine shaft.

through the inner hub of the direct clutch housing and into the center support assembly (640). forces residual reverse fluid to the outside of the housing and past the unseated ball check valve. Feed holes in the inner hub allow 3rd/reverse fluid to enter the housing behind the inner area of the direct clutch piston (619) [between the inner piston seal and the intermediate seal (622)]. there could be a partial apply. which is connected to the forward clutch housing (602). D3. reverse to drive. apply fluid (3rd/reverse and/or reverse) exhausts from the piston. or drag. Also included in the assembly is a waved steel plate (609) that. the increase in reverse fluid pressure forces any air in the reverse fluid circuit to exhaust past the ball check valve. no third gear in D4 or D3. no second gear in D4. This disengages the steel plates (618). 3rd/reverse fluid pressure moves the piston to compress the spring assembly (607). DIRECT CLUTCH APPLY: To release the direct clutch. the direct clutch ball check valve. In the absence of fluid pressure. fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) and waved plate (609) are locked together. The direct clutch is applied when the transmission is in Third or Fourth gears and in Reverse. 3rd/reverse fluid is fed to the inner area of the piston through the 3rd/ reverse circuit as in Third and Fourth gears. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) until they are held against the direct clutch backing plate (617).APPLY COMPONENTS In Reverse. reverse fluid is fed through the reverse fluid circuit to the outer area of the direct clutch piston [between the intermediate seal (622) and the outer piston seal]. through the center support (640) and into the inner hub of the direct clutch housing. helps cushion the apply of the direct clutch. as compared to Third gear. to prevent excess cushion during clutch apply. soft shifts to reverse. the steel plates (618). of the direct clutch plates. D2 or D1. in Reverse. in addition to the spring assembly. Reverse fluid pressure seats the direct clutch ball check valve and acts on the outer area of the piston. Also. second to third gear and third to second gear. unseats. 3rd/reverse fluid is fed from the transmission case (7). STEEL FIBER CLUTCH CLUTCH PLATE PLATE (618) ASSEMBLY (611) WAVED CLUTCH PLATE (609) LUBE PASSAGE DIRECT CLUTCH BALL CHECK VALVE EX RELEASED . During the exhaust of reverse fluid. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (623) BACKING PLATE (617) APPLIED LUBE PASSAGE SPRING ASSEMBLY (607) LUBE PASSAGE SPRING RETAINER RING (608) DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE SEAL (622) BACKING PLATE RETAINING RING (616) 618 609 608 REVERSE APPLY FLUID 3RD/REVERSE APPLY FLUID LUBE PASSAGE If inoperative the direct clutch can cause no reverse. third gear starts. Centrifugal force. 616 617 611 INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH INNER CAM DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON ASSEMBLY (619) 607 619 622 20 Figure 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ To apply the direct clutch for Third and Fourth gears. thereby holding the direct clutch housing and direct clutch hub (615) together. DIRECT CLUTCH RELEASE: DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (623) DIRECT CLUTCH: The direct clutch assembly is located in the direct clutch housing (623). located in the direct clutch housing. This forces the direct clutch housing to rotate at the same speed as the forward clutch housing. spring force from the spring assembly (607) moves the direct clutch piston away from the clutch plates. before it seats. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (618) are splined to the direct clutch housing while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) are splined to the direct clutch hub (615). As fluid pressure increases. If this fluid did not completely exhaust from behind the piston. However. When fully applied. fiber clutch plate assemblies (611) and waved plate (609) from the direct clutch backing plate (617) and disconnects the direct clutch housing from the direct clutch hub (615). resulting from the rotation of the direct clutch housing. This fluid pressure increases the holding capacity of the direct clutch plates in Reverse.

FBA fluid exhausts from the servo piston. Neutral. FBA fluid pressure forces the piston to compress the piston spring (60) and move the piston apply pin (55) toward the band. This allows spring force to move the piston and apply pin away from the manual 2-1 band. 60 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON PIN (55) CASE (7) PISTON PIN RETAINER RING (56) 57 PISTON SEAL (57) 56 55 PRND43 RELEASE FLUID CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) PISTON CUSHION SPRING (60) MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON (58) FRONT BAND APPLY FLUID (FBA) SPACER PLATE (46) 58 Figure 21 21 . thereby releasing the manual 2-1 band assembly from the direct clutch housing. and the transmission downshifts from Second gear to First gear. Even with FBA fluid pressure present. located in the bottom of the transmission case (7). Reverse. When the gear selector is in either Manual Second Or Manual First (PRND43 fluid exhausted). PRND43 fluid pressure and spring force will keep the piston. Overdrive and Manual Third positions. as in Overdrive Range . applies the manual 2-1 band assembly (628) when the gear selector is in either the Manual Second or Manual First positions and the transmission is in Second gear. apply pin and manual 2-1 band in the released position. no third gear in manual third or no manual third to manual second shift.Second Gear or Manual First . An inoperative manual 2-1 servo assembly/manual 2-1 band assembly can cause no engine braking in manual second (second gear). piston spring force helps control the apply feel of the manual 2-1 band assembly. PRND43 fluid is fed between the transmission case and manual 2-1 band servo piston to assist spring force in keeping the piston and apply pin in the released position. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO APPLY: MANUAL 2-1 BAND ANCHOR PIN (80) MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) To apply the manual 2-1 band servo.Second Gear. no first gear in manual third or manual second. The manual 2-1 band assembly is held stationary to the transmission case by the band anchor pin (80) and wraps around the direct clutch housing assembly (623) . sun gear shaft (649) and sun gear (650) stationary to the case.APPLY COMPONENTS MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO RELEASE: DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (623) MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) The manual 2-1 band servo assembly is held in the release position by PRND43 fluid pressure acting on the manual 2-1 band servo piston (58) when the gear selector is in the Park. During apply. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY AND MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY: The manual 2-1 band servo assembly (55-60). The apply pin compresses the band assembly around the direct clutch housing and holds the housing stationary to the case.Second Gear to provide engine compression braking. the band holds the direct clutch housing (623). When compressed by the manual 2-1 band servo assembly. This prevents the intermediate sprag clutch (624) from overrunning during coast conditions in Manual Second . Front Band Apply (FBA) fluid is fed between the spacer plate (46) and manual 2-1 band servo piston (58).

The sprag clutch is holding. in Manual Second . However. being “locked” between the outer race and direct clutch housing (inner cam). This causes the transmission gear sets to be driven by the vehicle drive shaft. the sprag assembly. This action occurs in Third and Fourth gears when the intermediate clutch is applied and power flow drives the direct clutch housing clockwise. INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH RELEASED: (EXAMPLE “B”) OUTER RACE (625) HELD The intermediate sprag clutch releases when the sprags pivot toward their short diagonals. However. no torque in second gear.Second Gear the manual 2-1 band assembly (628) is applied to hold the direct clutch housing and prevent the housing from overrunning the intermediate sprag clutch during coast conditions. and effective. the intermediate clutch is released in First gear which allows the outer race (625) to rotate with the direct clutch housing and not affect power flow.Second Gear. manual second or manual first. INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH RETAINER (626) ROTATING SHORT DIAGONAL DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING (623) (INNER CAM) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) A damaged intermediate sprag clutch can cause no second gear or. The intermediate sprag clutch is a type of one-way clutch that. prevents the direct clutch housing from rotating counterclockwise. The intermediate clutch plate assemblies are splined to the intermediate sprag clutch outer race (625) while the intermediate sprag inner cam is pressed onto the direct clutch housing. However. The direct clutch housing is also driven counterclockwise in First gear and the sprags “lock” the direct clutch housing and outer race together. The inner cam overruns the intermediate sprag clutch during coast conditions (throttle released) in Overdrive Range .Second Gear when vehicle speed is greater than engine speed. as in Second gear. This is shown in the range reference chart (page 11) as “Holding But Not Effective”. manual third. and not the engine. The long diagonal of the sprag is greater than the distance between the inner cam and outer race. INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH HOLDING: (EXAMPLE “A”) DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING ASSEMBLY (623) OUTER RACE (625) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (624-627) EXAMPLE "A" INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH HOLDING HELD HELD LONG DIAGONAL DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING (623) (INNER CAM) EXAMPLE "B" INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OVERRUNNING In Second gear. when the vehicle is accelerating and the transmission is in Overdrive Range . power flow attempts to drive the direct clutch housing counterclockwise which pivots the sprags toward their long diagonals. holds the direct clutch housing (623). in Second gear the intermediate clutch is applied and the outer race is held stationary to the transmission case (7). overrunning the sprags. Therefore. The short diagonal is smaller than the distance between the inner cam and outer race and the outer race overruns the sprags. when effective. sun gear shaft (649) and sun gear (650) stationary to obtain a Second gear ratio through the transmission gear sets.APPLY COMPONENTS INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH PLATES (630-632. which drives the direct clutch housing clockwise. 624 625 626 627 INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH RETAINER RETAINING RING (627) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (624) 22 Figure 22 .684) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH: The intermediate sprag clutch assembly (624-627) is located between the intermediate clutch plate assemblies (631) and the direct clutch housing assembly (623). in overdrive range. causing the sprags to “lock” against the intermediate clutch sprag outer race (625).

APPLY COMPONENTS CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH RELEASE: CENTER LUBE FLUID PASSAGE 3RD / REVERSE APPLY FLUID PASSAGE REVERSE APPLY FLUID PASSAGE 2ND CLUTCH APPLY FLUID PASSAGE To release the intermediate clutch. Remember that the inner race of the intermediate sprag clutch is pressed onto the direct clutch housing (623). 2nd clutch fluid exhausts from the piston. This disengages the steel plates (632) and fiber clutch plate assemblies (631) from the backing plate (630) and disconnects the intermediate sprag clutch outer race from the transmission case. The intermediate clutch orifice (530) is pressed into the center support. When fully applied. 2nd clutch apply fluid is fed from the case. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLY: INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH PISTON (636) RETAINER RING (634) To apply the intermediate clutch. the piston compresses the clutch plates (steel and fiber) until they are held against the intermediate clutch backing plate (630). In the absence of fluid pressure. BACKING PLATE RETAINER RING (629) BACKING PLATE (630) FIBER STEEL CLUTCH CLUTCH PLATE PLATE ASSEMBLY (632) (631) If inoperative the intermediate clutch can cause: • no second gear in overdrive range. through the center support bolt and into the transmission case. LUBE PASSAGE LUBE PASSAGE OIL SEAL RINGS (639) REVERSE APPLY FLUID PASSAGE LOW ROLLER CLUTCH INNER RACE SPRING ASSEMBLY (635) 3RD / REVERSE APPLY FLUID PASSAGE CENTER SUPPORT SPACER (643) 2ND CLUTCH APPLY FLUID 634 635 CENTER SUPPORT BOLT (25) 636 CASE (7) 629 630 631 632 RETAINING RING (633) 684 633 Figure 23 23 . Third. 2nd clutch fluid pressure moves the piston to compress the spring assembly (635) to cushion the apply. manual second or manual first • no third gear in overdrive range or manual third • no fourth gear in overdrive range • second gear starts • soft shifts from second to first gear WAVED PLATE (684) CENTER SUPPORT (640) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ORIFICE (530) OUTER SEAL (638) INNER SEAL (637) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH: The intermediate clutch assembly is located between the direct clutch housing assembly (623) and the center support and race assembly (640). thereby holding the intermediate sprag clutch outer race (625) stationary to the transmission case. Any air in the 2nd clutch fluid circuit is forced out the orifice when 2nd clutch fluid pressure increases to prevent excess cushion during apply of the intermediate clutch. The intermediate clutch is applied when the transmission is in Second. and Fourth gears. manual third. Therefore. The external teeth on the reaction (steel) plates (632) are splined to the transmission case (7) while the internal teeth on the fiber clutch plate assemblies (631) are splined to the intermediate sprag clutch outer race (625). through the center support bolt (25) and between the intermediate clutch piston (636) and the center support (640). the intermediate sprag clutch is no longer effective the outer race will rotate with the direct clutch housing when the sprags engage. As fluid pressure increases. the steel plates (632) and fiber clutch plate assemblies (631) are locked together. This allows the intermediate sprag clutch (624) to become effective and hold when the direct clutch housing attempts to rotate in a counterclockwise direction. spring force from the spring assembly (635) moves the piston away from the clutch plates.

LOW ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING: (EXAMPLE “A”) In First gear. and effective. the low and reverse band assembly (657) is applied to hold the reaction carrier and prevent the carrier from overrunning the low roller clutch during coast conditions. The reaction carrier functions as the outer cam for the rollers while the inner race is attached to the center support. which drives the reaction carrier clockwise. overrunning the rollers. This causes the rollers to rotate freely and become ineffective.First Gear when vehicle speed is greater than engine speed. and not the engine. The reaction carrier also overruns the low roller clutch during coast conditions (throttle released) in Overdrive Range . when the vehicle is accelerating and the transmission is in Overdrive Range . This action “locks” the reaction carrier to the center support which is splined to the case and held stationary by the center support bolt (25). The circumference of the rollers is smaller than the distance between the inner race and outer cam at the wide side of the ramp.First Gear.APPLY COMPONENTS LOW ROLLER CLUTCH: LOW ROLLER CLUTCH OVERRUNNING: (EXAMPLE “B”) The low roller clutch assembly (644) is located between the reaction carrier assembly (651) and the center support assembly (640). Third and Fourth gears when power flow drives the reaction carrier clockwise. in Manual First First Gear. being “wedged” between the reaction carrier and the center support. the low roller clutch. manual third and manual first. This action occurs in Second. REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) STATIONARY CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) LOW ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (644) REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (OUTER CAM) EXAMPLE "B" LOW ROLLER CLUTCH OVERRUNNING RO TA T ING STATIONARY CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) 640 644 651 A damaged low roller clutch can cause loss of drive/no first gear in overdrive range. Therefore. The low roller clutch is holding. power flow attempts to drive the reaction carrier counterclockwise which causes the rollers to “move up the ramp” and wedge between the inner race and outer cam. REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (OUTER CAM) EXAMPLE "A" LOW ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING H EL D The low roller clutch overruns when the rollers “move down the ramp” and rotate freely or “overrun” between the inner race and the outer cam. 24 Figure 24 . The low roller clutch is a type of one-way clutch that prevents the reaction carrier from rotating counterclockwise. However. holds the reaction carrier stationary to obtain a First gear ratio through the transmission gear sets. This causes the transmission gear sets to be driven by the vehicle drive shaft.

2nd accumulator fluid pressure adds additional control to the band apply rate in Manual First. as in Reverse. Rear Band Apply (RBA) fluid is fed between the low and reverse band servo cover (62) and low and reverse band servo piston (65). When the transmission shifts into Second gear. When compressed by the low and reverse 72 band servo assembly. functions to apply the low and reverse band assembly (657) and acts as an accumulator to cushion intermediate clutch apply. 62 when RBA fluid pressure is not present. RBA fluid pressure forces the piston against the servo piston spring (71) and 1-2 accumulator piston (68). and can be caused by servo piston seal (66) damaged or rolled. Harsh servo apply can be caused by servo springs (71. To apply the low and reverse band servo. to compress the band and hold the reaction carrier. The low and reverse band assembly is held stationary to the case by two band anchor pins (81) and wraps around the reaction carrier assembly (651). This action moves the servo piston (65) and selective piston pin (73) toward the band. Therefore. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO RELEASE: SELECTIVE PISTON PIN (73) 2ND CLUTCH APPLY FLUID ACCUMULATOR PISTON INNER OIL SEAL RING (69) 2ND ACCUMULATOR FLUID SERVO PISTON SEAL (66) SERVO COVER GASKET (63) SERVO COVER BOLT (61) PISTON ACCUMULATOR SPRING PISTON RETAINER SPRING (72) (74) CASE (7) SERVO PISTON SPRING (71) REAR BAND APPLY FLUID SERVO COVER (62) ACCUMULATOR PISTON OUTER OIL SEAL RING (67) PISTON PIN RETAINER RING (64) SERVO PISTON SPACER (87) ACCUMULATOR PISTON SPRING ASSEMBLY (88) SERVO PISTON (65) 1-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (68) 2ND CLUTCH ACCUMULATION: 63 The low and reverse band servo assembly and low and reverse band assembly are held in the release position by both spring forces. which acts on the low and reverse accumulator spring (74). 2nd clutch fluid pressure moves the 1-2 accumulator piston against accumulator spring (74) force and 2nd accumulator fluid pressure. 87 BAND ANCHOR PINS (81) LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY (657) LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO APPLY: 69 68 67 88 66 65 64 In Reverse. when the gear selector is moved out of the Reverse or Manual First positions. RBA fluid pressure exhausts from the low and reverse band servo piston (65) and the band is 61 forced to release. 2nd clutch fluid is fed between the low and reverse band servo piston (65) and 1-2 accumulator piston (68). RBA fluid pressure moves the servo piston (65) and the piston pin. In Manual First. The piston pin compresses the low and reverse band assembly around the reaction carrier assembly and holds the carrier stationary to the case. This absorbs initial 2nd clutch fluid pressure to help cushion intermediate clutch apply. located in the bottom rear of the transmission case (7). 74) broken or missing. 2ND CL 2ND CL The low and reverse band servo assembly is also used as an accumulator during a 1-2 upshift. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ RBA RBA REVERSE MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR 1-2 SHIFT ACCUMULATOR RBA ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Figure 25 25 . both springs and the piston pin (being selective in length) help control the apply rate of the low and reverse band assembly. and 2nd accumulator fluid pressure in Manual First. This creates a reverse gear ratio (in Reverse) and also prevents 71 the low roller clutch from overrunning during coast conditions.APPLY COMPONENTS 74 LOW AND REVERSE SERVO ASSEMBLY AND LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY: The low and reverse band servo assembly (6174). ➤ ➤ 2ND CL LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND ACCUM LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM ➤ No servo apply can cause no reverse/slips in reverse. During apply. the band holds the reaction carrier stationary to the case. The low and reverse band assembly is applied when the gear selector is in either 73 Reverse or Manual First (First gear only). 2nd accumulator fluid pressure is present between the case and 1-2 accumulator piston (68) and assists spring force.

a direct drive. and Output.75:1 overdrive ratio through the overdrive planetary gear set. which provides an overall transmission gear ratio of approximately . Planetary gears are so named because of their physical arrangement. the output carrier pinions act as wedges and drive the output carrier assembly and output shaft to obtain a direct drive 1:1 gear ratio through the entire transmission.08:1. Therefore. Reverse occurs when the low and reverse band (657) is applied to hold the reaction carrier stationary while the direct clutch is applied to supply clockwise power flow to the sun gear (650). the output speed of the transmission is the same as the input speed from the torque converter turbine. the overdrive pinion gears rotate clockwise on their pins around the stationary sun gear. and a planetary carrier assembly that includes and supports the smaller planet gears called pinions. Another benefit of planetary gear sets is that shafts are generally used for input and output components and can be arranged on the same axis. The HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E transmission uses three planetary gear sets: Overdrive.PLANETARY GEAR SETS PLANETARY GEAR SETS: Planetary gears are used in the HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E transmission as the primary method of multiplying the torque or twisting force of the engine (reduction). This allows the pinion gears to drive the overdrive internal gear (forward clutch housing. Thus. The sun gear is common to the reaction planetary gear set and drives the reaction carrier pinion gears clockwise. or mesh. This design distributes the energy forces over several gear teeth for greater strength and eliminates potential clash that is common when gear teeth go in and out of mesh. Output speed will equal engine speed when the torque converter clutch is applied (see torque converter. The output speed of the overdrive planetary gear set serves as the input speed to the output planetary gear set internal gear (rear internal gear . when the overdrive carrier is driven clockwise by power flow. This causes the pinion gears to act as idler gears and drive the internal gear in the opposite direction. Second and Third gears. REDUCTION: OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) OVERDRIVE SUN GEAR OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) REACTION SUN CARRIER GEAR ASSEMBLY (650) (651) REACTION Increasing the torque is known as operating in reduction because there is a decrease in the speed of the output member proportional to the increase in the output torque.75:1. The overdrive roller clutch holds the overdrive sun gear and overdrive carrier together which causes the overdrive internal gear (forward clutch housing . A planetary gear set consists of a center or sun gear. at the same time.504) is held stationary by the 4th clutch being applied. Therefore. when the output carrier pinion gears are driven clockwise on their pins by the rear internal gear (666). Second gear reduction occurs when the sun gear is held stationary by the intermediate clutch. Note that power flow through the overdrive gear set is a direct drive as in First and Second gears. Reaction. The graphics in Figure 26 show each of these gear sets and their respective components while Figure 27 graphically explains how the planetary gear sets are used in combination to achieve the appropriate gear ratios. power flow through the overdrive planetary gear set is a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio. In First gear. The reaction carrier is held stationary by the low roller clutch. Stated in another way. This mode of operation allows the vehicle to maintain a given road speed with reduced engine speed to improve fuel economy. Note that power flow through the overdrive planetary gear set is direct drive as in First. OVERDRIVE: Direct drive in a planetary gear set is obtained when any two members of a planetary gear set rotate in the same direction at the same speed. Direct drive occurs in Third gear when the direct clutch is applied.48:1. the output torque increases as output speed decreases. The sun gear drives the reaction pinion gears counterclockwise which drive the reaction internal gear (output carrier assembly. 26 Figure 26 .666). thus providing a very compact unit. DIRECT DRIVE: OUTPUT REACTION INTERNAL GEAR LOW ROLLER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT gears of the output planetary gear set driving at converter turbine speed. the output internal gear drives the output carrier pinion gears clockwise which drive the sun gear (650) counterclockwise.Fourth Gear when the overdrive sun gear (part of the overrun clutch housing . function as a coupling for direct drive and provide an overdrive gear ratio. page 12).666). 661) counterclockwise. A planetary gear set is also used to reverse the direction of rotation. The gears are designed such that several gear teeth are always in contact. the output speed increases while the output torque decreases proportionally. In both gears. Overdrive occurs in Overdrive Range .48:1. This provides a reversal of direction to the output shaft and an approximate gear ratio reduction of 2. with a constant input speed. REVERSE: A planetary gear set reverses the direction of power flow rotation when the carrier assembly is held stationary and power is applied to the sun gear. Power flow from the overdrive planetary gear set and forward clutch housing is then transferred to both the sun gear (650) and output internal gear (rear internal gear . The pinion gears drive the output carrier assembly and output shaft clockwise to provide a Second gear reduction of approximately 1. In this mode of operation the pinion gears do not rotate on their pins. This allows the reaction pinion gears to drive the reaction internal gear (output carrier assembly) and output shaft to obtain a First gear reduction of approximately 2. thus forcing the third member to rotate at that speed. 602) clockwise and obtain a . the pinion gears walk clockwise around the stationary sun gear. Reduction occurs in both First and Second gears. With both the sun gear and internal Operating the transmission in Overdrive enables the output speed of the transmission to be greater than the input speed. an internal gear (so called because of its internally cut teeth). but act as wedges to drive the entire gear set as one unit. In Overdrive. Power flow from the forward clutch housing to the output shaft is identical to Third gear.602) to also turn at the same speed.

PINIONS DRIVING INTERNAL GEAR) SECOND GEAR REDUCTION HELD OVERDRIVE PLANETARY GEARSET (DRIVING AT TURBINE SPEED) T DI HIRD RE CT GE DR AR IV E OUTPUT PLANETARY GEARSET (INTERNAL GEAR DRIVING. PINIONS DRIVING SUN GEAR) REACTION PLANETARY GEARSET (SUN GEAR DRIVING PINIONS. INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION) REVERSAL 0F DIRECTION HELD FIR RE ST DU GE CT AR IO N OUTPUT PLANETARY GEARSET (INTERNAL GEAR DRIVING PINIONS. SUN GEAR HELD) TWO GEARS DRIVE THIRD MEMBER HELD FOURTH GEAR OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE PLANETARY GEARSET (FASTER THAN TURBINE SPEED) OUTPUT PLANETARY GEARSET (INTERNAL AND SUN GEAR DRIVING.PLANETARY GEAR SETS REACTION PLANETARY GEARSET (SUN GEAR DRIVING. CARRIER DRIVEN. CARRIER TURNS AT SAME SPEED) Figure 27 27 . CARRIER HELD.

OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (61-74) MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO ASSEMBLY (55-60) CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY (44) 28 Figure 28 .HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS The previous sections of this book were used to describe some of the mechanical component operations of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E. These hydraulic control components apply and release the clutch packs and bands to provide automatic shifting of the transmission. In the Hydraulic Control Components section a detailed description of individual components used in the hydraulic system will be presented.

the pump drive gear. Whenever the engine is cranking or running. As the gear teeth come together. INTAKE SUCTION CRESENT PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ ➤ FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) ➤ SUCTION ➤ As the gears rotate towards the wide portion of the crescent. The result is a control of the pump’s delivery rate of fluid to the hydraulic system.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY OIL PUMP SEAL (5) PUMP BODY (203) DRIVEN GEAR (204) DRIVE GEAR (205) OIL PUMP COVER (206) OUTLET (LINE) OUTLET (LINE) STATOR SHAFT (235) CONVERTER HUB NOTCH CRESCENT INTAKE (SUCTION) INTAKE (SUCTION) DRIVEN GEAR (204) ➤ LINE DRIVE GEAR (205) OUTLET ➤ The oil pump assembly (204) contains a positive displacement internal-external gear type pump located in the oil pump body (203). the gear teeth carry the transmission fluid beyond the crescent to the pressure side of the pump. When engine speed (RPM) increases. is driven by the hub and rotates at engine speed. Pump Related Diagnostic Tips BOTTOM PAN (28) Figure 29 • • • • Transmission Overheating Loss of drive High or low line pressure Oil out the vent tube 29 . On the opposite side of the mesh point. the volume of fluid being supplied to the hydraulic system also increases because of the faster rotation of the pump gears. At a specified calibrated pressure. volume is positively displaced. This vacuum allows the higher atmospheric pressure acting on the fluid in the bottom pan (28) to force fluid through the filter assembly (31) and into the suction side of the pump. fluid is forced through the pump outlet into the line fluid passage. This spur gear type pump assembly consists of a pump drive gear (205) that has gear teeth in constant mesh with the teeth on one side of the pump driven gear. In this area the volume between the gear teeth decreases. (which varies with transmission model) the pressure regulator valve will move down far enough against spring force to allow excess fluid to return to the suction side of the pump gears. thereby creating a vacuum (low atmospheric pressure) at the pump intake port. the pump gears are separated by a crescent section of the pump body. Through the rotation of the gears. Line fluid is then directed to the pressure regulator valve which creates the line pressure required to maintain the supply of fluid to the various hydraulic circuits and apply components throughout the transmission. keyed into the torque converter pump hub.

The primary restricting component that is used to control line pressure is the pressure regulator valve (231). Torque signal fluid pressure combines with spring force from the pressure regulator spring (230) and moves the reverse boost valve towards the pressure regulator valve. The pressure regulator valve (231) is constantly regulating pump volume into line fluid pressure required to operate the transmission properly. reverse fluid feeds between two lands on the reverse boost valve and moves the valve towards the pressure regulator valve. This allows excess line pressure (between the lands) to feed into the suction passage back to the pump. pump output capacity is regulated to maintain a proper line pressure in order to operate the transmission. The pressure regulator valve then regulates pump output at this higher level (see example B). When higher pressures are required. the pressure regulator valve moves against the force of the pressure regulator spring (230). allowing line fluid pressure to pass between two lands and enter the converter feed circuit (see example A). Fluid from the pump is directed through an orifice cup plug (236).HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS PRESSURE REGULATION In order to pressurize the volume of fluid that the pump delivers to the hydraulic system. Line fluid pressure continues to increase until the pressure regulator valve travels far enough against the calibrated spring force to open the suction circuit to line pressure. torque signal fluid acting on the end of the reverse boost valve (228) increases pressure in response to changes in the variable force motor (320). Line pressure is also boosted in a similar manner during Reverse gear operation. thereby boosting line pressure. located in the pump cover (206). As fluid pressure builds. When Reverse (R) gear is selected. to the top of the pressure regulator valve. When this occurs. Pressure Regulator Related Diagnostic Tips A stuck or damaged pressure regulator valve could cause: • High or low line pressure • Slipping clutches or bands or harsh apply • Transmission overheating • Low or no cooler/lube flow ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) LINE SUCTION ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE SUCTION ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD CONV FD PUMP ASSEMBLY ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY EX ➤ BOOST LINE ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL (FROM SUMP) (FROM SUMP) ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL FILT ACT FD ➤ ➤ EX EXAMPLE "A" EXAMPLE "B" Figure 30 30 EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) FILT ACT FD ➤ REVERSE LINE REVERSE ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG BOOST LINE ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION PRESSURE REG SUCTION PRESSURE REG EX LINE ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . there needs to be a restriction in the line fluid passage. The larger surface area at the top of the valve allows line pressure to move the valve downward.

If stuck. the TCC shift valve is held in the release position by spring force and TCC enable fluid pressure. This allows regulated converter feed fluid to pass through the valve and enter the converter clutch release circuit. the TCC shift valve or spring may cause: • Incorrect TCC apply or release • Inadequate lubrication SUCTION • • • • If stuck. This movement forces the pressure regulator valve to move against fluid supply from the pump. release fluid from the torque converter passes through the valve and enters the TCC enable circuit to exhaust at the TCC enable valve. the converter limit valve or spring may cause: • Inadequate lubrication • Incorrect TCC apply or release • Converter ballooning RELEASE NV LIM EX REG CON CON IT V FD EX A EN V FD BL E DRIVE AIR BLEED OVERRUN CLUTCH (210) LINE CONVERTER FEED TC C PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) SUCTION LINE CONV FD CONV CLUTCH SHIFT TCC SIGNAL REL R CONV FD COOLER REG APPLY TCC SIGNAL PRESSURE REG BOOST L E NA AS URN SIG LE CC T RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT FR LINE REG CONV FD FRONT LUBE CO APPLY/RETURN C TC A EN BL TC CE NA BL E EX APP/RET PUMP BODY (203) LINE REVERSE TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL COOLER DRIVE LINE TCC SIGNAL REGULATED APPLY REV TCC SIGNAL OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE TRAIN (226-232) Pressure Regulator Valve (231): Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Shift Valve (223): The pressure regulator valve regulates line pressure and directs line pressure into: (a) the converter feed circuit which sends fluid to the converter limit valve (214) and. thereby boosting line pressures in relation to engine torque. If stuck. TCC enable fluid exhausts and the valve is shifted by TCC signal fluid pressure. the pressure regulator valve or spring may cause: High or low line pressure Slipping clutches or bands or harsh apply Transmission overheating Low or no cooler/lube flow Reverse Boost Valve (228): Activated by torque signal fluid pressure from the variable force motor (320). allowing regulated apply fluid to enter the apply/return circuit.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS VALVES LOCATED IN THE OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Enable Valve (217): Converter Limit Valve (214): With the TCC released. To apply the torque converter clutch (TCC). missing or binding. TCC signal fluid moves the valve against spring force to block regulated converter feed fluid and allow TCC enable fluid to exhaust at the valve. Regulated converter feed fluid passes through the valve to enter the cooler passage. the TCC enable valve or spring may cause incorrect TCC apply or release. Figure 31 31 . reverse fluid pressure also forces the valve to move toward the pressure regulator valve to boost line pressure. missing or binding. If stuck. missing or binding. (b) to the pump suction circuit to regulate pump output. the reverse boost valve or spring may cause high or low line pressure. Apply/return fluid from the torque converter also passes through the valve and enters the cooler circuit. missing or binding. regulated converter feed fluid passes through the valve and enters the TCC enable circuit to keep the TCC shift valve in the release position. When the TCC applies. It also limits converter feed pressure to a maximum of 641-738 kPa (93107 psi). If stuck. This opens converter feed fluid to exhaust and prevents regulated converter feed pressure from increasing above the maximum. EX EX Allows converter feed pressure from the pressure regulator valve (231) to enter the regulated converter feed circuit. orificed regulated converter feed fluid acting on the end of the valve moves the converter limit valve against spring force. Above this pressure. missing or binding. Also. When Reverse gear range has been selected. To keep the converter clutch released. it moves against the pressure regulator valve spring (230).

When downshifted. • 3-4 shift valve stuck in the upshift position could cause no 3rd or slips in 3rd gear. the valve opens 4th clutch fluid to an orificed exhaust. 3rd or 4th gear. no voltage. • If stuck in the exhaust position.) • A leaking/damaged o-ring or bad electrical connection can cause high or low line pressure. orificed accumulator fluid and spring force from the accumulator valve spring (330). Manual Valve (319): The manual valve is fed by line pressure from the pressure regulator valve (231) and is mechanically linked to the gear selector lever. Pressure Control (PC) Solenoid Valve Assembly (320): Controlled by the PCM. During Manual First (1) gear operation. When de-energized (OFF). When energized (ON). it regulates line fluid pressure into the regulated apply fluid passage. 2-3 signal fluid exhausts through the solenoid to create low pressure in the 2-3 signal circuit. 2-3 or 3-4 upshifts. PRND4. PRND43. • Stuck off. missing or binding. • Stuck in the release position would cause no TCC/slip or soft apply. 3rd or 4th accumulator pistons are stroked during their respective shifts. (See the Electrical Components Section for more detail. the actuator feed limit valve or spring could cause 2nd gear only and low line pressure. • 3-4 shift valve stuck in the downshift position could cause no 4th or slips in 4th gear. (See Accumulator descriptions on page 34 and 35) • If stuck. (See the Electrical Components Section for additional information. 32 . it limits line pressure to a maximum of 724–862 kPa (105– 125 psi) as it passes through the valve and enters the actuator feed circuit. orificed actuator feed fluid pressure acting on the end of the valve moves it against spring force. The PCM controls the solenoid by providing a ground to energize it in Third and Fourth Gear Range operation. Actuator feed pressures will normally equal line pressure when line pressure is below the calibrated limiting values. • Stuck in the apply position would cause apply fluid to exhaust and an overheated torque converter. the valve directs 4th clutch feed fluid into the 4th clutch circuit to apply the 4th clutch. 2-3 SHIFT VALVE TRAIN (309-312) 2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve Assembly (311): An ON/OFF type solenoid that receives its voltage supply through the ignition switch. D321. It regulates drive fluid pressure into the accumulator fluid circuit. 3-4 SHIFT VALVE TRAIN (304-309) TCC REGULATED APPLY VALVE TRAIN (322-325) Torque Converter Clutch Pulse Width Modulated (TCC PWM) Solenoid Valve Assembly (323): 3-4 Shift Valve (308): Voltage supply is through the ignition switch while the PCM provides the ground to energize the solenoid. It also. Stuck. • 2-3 SS valve stuck on could cause loss of power or 3rd and 4th gears only.) • Stuck on. it provides controlled torque signal fluid pressure to the reverse boost valve (228) and the accumulator valve (331). leaking o-ring. would cause no TCC release in 2nd. exhaust plugged.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS VALVES LOCATED IN THE CONTROL VALVE BODY Accumulator Valve (331): The accumulator valve is biased by torque signal fluid. regulates accumulator fluid pressure exhaust as the 1-2. Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Regulator Apply Valve (324): Responds to 1-2 signal fluid pressure. The solenoid regulates filtered 2-3 drive fluid into TCC signal fluid pressure (according to TCC PWM duty cycle) that is routed to the TCC shift valve (223) and to the TCC regulator apply valve (324). When the TCC PWM solenoid valve assembly is energized and TCC signal fluid pressure is present. Depending on the transmission gear range operation and the 1-2 shift solenoid valve state. actuator feed fluid pressure and force from the 3-4 shift valve spring (309). Above the maximum pressure. the manual valve and linkage could cause: • • • • • • • • No reverse or slips in reverse No first gear or slips in first gear No fourth gear or slips in fourth gear No Park No engine compression braking in all manual ranges Drives in Neutral No gear selections Shift indicator indicates wrong gear selection Actuator Feed Limit Valve (328): Controlled by the force from the actuator feed limit valve spring (327). The circuits that are fed by the manual valve are: Reverse.) • 2-3 SS valve stuck off or leaking could cause no 3rd gear. thereby blocking line pressure and opening actuator feed to exhaust. the accumulator valve or spring could cause harsh or soft 1-2. When a gear range is selected. Drive. It is controlled by TCC signal fluid pressure on one side of the valve and spring force from the TCC regulator apply valve spring (325) and orificed regulated apply pressure at the other end. would cause no TCC/ slip or soft apply. 2-3 signal fluid pressure acts on both the 1-2 and 2-3 shift valves to help control the shift valve positioning for the appropriate gear range. misaligned or damaged. PRN fluid pressure. the manual valve directs line pressure into the various circuits by opening and closing feed passages. PRN. D21 and Lo. lo fluid pressure moves the valve to its maximum amount of travel against the accumulator valve spring force allowing drive fluid to enter the accumulator passage without regulation. its exhaust port closes and 2-3 signal fluid pressure increases. (See the Electrical Components Section for additional information.

actuator feed fluid pressure. An ON/OFF type solenoid that receives its voltage supply through the ignition switch. EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX FBA ORIFICED EX ACTUATOR FEED TCC REG LINE ACTR FD REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY PRN 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE 2-3 SIG REV 2-3 DRIVE EX LINE TORQUE SIGNAL PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 1-2 SIGNAL 1-2 SOL EX N. on both the 1-2 and 3-4 shift valves to help control the shift valve positioning for the appropriate gear range. Depending on the transmission gear range operation. When downshifted. actuator feed fluid pressure.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS VALVES LOCATED IN THE CONTROL VALVE BODY 2-3 Shift Valve (312): Responds to 2-3 signal fluid pressure.O. 1-2 Shift Valve (314): 1-2 SHIFT VALVE TRAIN (310. • 1-2 shift valve stuck in the upshift position could cause no 1st gear. 2-3 signal fluid pressure and force from the 1-2 shift valve return spring (315). The PCM controls the solenoid by providing a ground to energize it in: Park. (See the Electrical Components Section for more detail. 1-2 signal fluid exhausts through the solenoid to create low pressure in the 1-2 signal circuit. • 2-3 shift valve stuck in the upshift position could cause 3rd or 4th gear only. 313-315) 1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve Assembly (313): Responds to 1-2 signal fluid pressure. its exhaust port closes and 1-2 signal fluid pressure increases. Reverse. FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD FILTER (302) 1-2 SHIFT VALVE PRN D 21 REV ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD EX 1-2 SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE MANUAL VALVE PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE PRND4 DRIVE LINE D321 LO FILTER (317) EX D 2 REAR 1 LUBE P RND LUBE PIPE (39) REVERSE Figure 32 33 . • 1-2 shift valve stuck in the downshift position could cause no 2nd or slips in 2nd gear. Neutral. 1-2 shift solenoid valve and 2-3 shift solenoid valve operating states. First and Fourth Gear operation. When downshifted. When de-energized (OFF). the valve directs PRND4 fluid into the 4th clutch feed circuit and 2-3 drive fluid into the front band apply (FBA) or 3rd clutch feed circuits.) • 1-2 SS valve stuck off or leaking could cause 2nd or 3rd gear only condition. When energized (ON). D21 fluid pressure and force from the 2-3 shift valve spring (309). the valve directs reverse fluid through the valve or drive fluid into the 2-3 drive fluid circuit. the valve opens 2-3 drive fluid to exhaust. 1-2 signal fluid pressure acts TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIG DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ORIF EX TORQUE SIGNAL ACCUM LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED 3-4 SHIFT PRN FRONT BAND APPLY ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL EX 2-3 SIGNAL LINE TCC SIGNAL EX FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) EX D 21 D21 PRND4 ACT FD LIMIT EX EX EX 2-3 SOL EX N. the valve opens FBA and 3rd clutch feed fluids to exhaust. • 1-2 SS valve stuck on could cause 1st and 4th gears only.O. Depending on the transmission gear range operation and the 2-3 shift solenoid valve state. • 2-3 shift valve stuck in the downshift position could cause no 3rd gear.

3rd accumulator fluid pressure and spring force move the piston to assist 3rd clutch fluid exhaust. The accumulator valve regulates this excess accumulator fluid into the lo fluid circuit to exhaust at the manual valve. Orificing the accumulator fluid helps control the rate at which 3rd accumulator fluid fills the 3rd accumulator and the rate at which 3rd clutch fluid exhausts.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS ACCUMULATORS 53 402 51 408 406 407 405 404 404 49 50 An accumulator is a spring-loaded device that absorbs a certain amount of fluid pressure in a circuit and cushions the clutch engagement according to engine torque. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure assists accumulator valve spring (330) force to move the accumulator valve (331) against torque signal fluid pressure. Without an accumulator in the circuit. the accumulator acts like a shock absorber by controlling the rate of accumulator fluid exhaust. As 3rd clutch fluid pressure moves the 3rd accumulator piston. accumulator fluid pressures increase. In the HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E. 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR ASSEMBLY: 4TH CL 3RD CLUTCH ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ The 3rd clutch accumulator assembly is located in the accumulator housing (51) and consists of the 3rd accumulator piston (405) and piston spring (50). Downshift Control: ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG 4TH ACCUM 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ACCUMULATOR DRIVE ACCUM ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ 9 ➤ ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR #5 ➤ ➤ • A leak at the accumulator piston seal or porosity in the accumulator housing could cause no 3rd gear/ slips in 3rd gear • A stuck accumulator piston would cause harsh shifts LO ➤ 34 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ During a 3-2 downshift. 3rd clutch fluid is routed through the accumulator housing and to the 3rd accumulator piston as the direct clutch is applied. To accommodate these various conditions. 3rd clutch fluid exhausts from the 3rd accumulator assembly. the accumulator valve (331) regulates accumulator fluid pressure proportional to throttle position in order to control shift feel in the transmission. the engine develops a large amount of torque which requires a greater apply pressure to hold the clutch. fluid pressure in the circuit builds up rapidly. This fluid unseats the #5 ball check valve and is routed into the accumulator circuit and orificed accumulator circuit. using accumulator spring force and accumulator fluid pressure. pressure would build up in the 3rd clutch circuit because of the orificed exhaust of 3rd clutch fluid at the 2-3 shift valve. If 3rd clutch fluid exhausts too quickly. At minimum or light throttle. is designed to absorb some of the clutch apply fluid pressure to allow for a more gradual apply of the clutch. At heavy throttle. The clutch apply fluid pressure on one side of an accumulator piston strokes the piston against accumulator spring force and accumulator fluid pressure on the opposite side of the piston. thereby creating less cushion for the clutch apply fluid during an upshift. feeds the 3rd accumulator circuit through an orifice and fills the 3rd accumulator with fluid. The rapid pressure build up in the 3rd clutch fluid circuit strokes the 3rd accumulator piston against 3rd accumulator fluid pressure and force from the 3rd accumulator spring. engine torque is at minimum and the clutch requires less apply force. The 3rd accumulator assembly is the primary device for controlling the shift feel of the 2-3 shift. apply fluid overcomes the clutch piston return spring force and begins to compress the clutch plates. This action absorbs some of the 3rd clutch fluid pressure to cushion the direct clutch apply. During the apply of a clutch. this rapid buildup of fluid pressure would cause the clutch to grab very quickly and create a harsh shift. The force of the accumulator spring and accumulator fluid controls the rate at which the clutch is applied. When the clearance between the clutch plates is taken up by clutch piston travel and the clutch starts to hold. Upshift Control: ➤ EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ During a 2-3 upshift (as shown in the Figure). Accumulator fluid seats the #5 ball check valve. When this sequence of events occurs. accumulators are used in the 2nd 3rd and 4th clutch apply circuits to control shift feel. The accumulator assembly. At greater throttle positions. Remember that torque signal fluid acting on the accumulator valve (331) is regulated according to engine torque by the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve (320). ➤ Figure 33 . some 3rd accumulator fluid is forced out of the 3rd accumulator. This would cause the direct clutch to release too slow and possibly “drag” and damage the clutch.

The function of the #6 ball check valve is similar to that of the #5 ball check valve (see 3rd Clutch Accumulator Downshift Control). The rapid pressure build up in the 2nd clutch fluid circuit strokes the 1-2 accumulator piston against 2nd accumulator fluid pressure and force from the accumulator piston spring (74). This fluid is routed into the accumulator circuit and orificed accumulator circuit. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure assists accumulator valve spring (330) force to move the accumulator valve (331) against torque signal fluid pressure. some 4th accumulator fluid is forced out of the 4th accumulator. The accumulator valve regulates this excess accumulator fluid into the lo fluid circuit to exhaust at the manual valve. The accumulator valve regulates this excess accumulator fluid into the lo fluid circuit to exhaust at the manual valve. Upshift Control: 2ND ACCUMULATOR ➤ #2 ➤ 14 ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO Downshift Control: ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ ACCUM ACCUMULATOR ➤ LO ➤ ➤ ➤ Figure 34 ➤ ➤ Some 4L80-E applications use a ball check valve (#2) in the case cavity in the 2nd accumulator fluid circuit to force accumulator fluid through an orifice when filling the 1-2 accumulator. As 2nd clutch fluid pressure moves the 1-2 accumulator piston. • A stuck accumulator piston would cause harsh shifts ➤ ➤ • A leak at the accumulator piston seal rings or porosity in the case or servo piston could cause no 2nd gear/slips in 2nd gear 4TH ACCUMULATOR Downshift Control: • A leak at the accumulator piston seal or porosity in the accumulator housing could cause no 4th gear/ slips in 4th gear ➤ LO ➤ ACCUM ➤ ACCUM ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The 4th accumulator assembly operates identical to the 3rd clutch accumulator assembly except that it responds to 4th clutch fluid pressure and 4th accumulator fluid pressure. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure assists accumulator valve spring (330) force to move the accumulator valve (331) against torque signal fluid pressure. ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 35 . The rapid pressure build up in the 4th clutch fluid circuit strokes the 4th accumulator piston against 4th accumulator fluid pressure and force from the 4th accumulator spring. This action absorbs some of the 2nd clutch fluid pressure to cushion the intermediate clutch apply. ACCUMULATOR TORQUE SIG ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ During a 1-2 upshift. Note: Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for specific application information. 4th clutch fluid is routed through the accumulator housing and to the 4th accumulator piston as the 4th clutch is applied. #6 ➤ 8 ➤ • A stuck accumulator piston would cause harsh shifts ➤ 1-2 (2ND CLUTCH) ACCUMULATOR ASSEMBLY: 2ND CL The 1-2 accumulator assembly is located in the low and reverse band servo assembly and consists of the 1-2 accumulator piston (68) and accumulator piston spring (74).HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR ASSEMBLY: 4TH CL 3RD CLUTCH ➤ The 4th clutch accumulator assembly is also located in the accumulator housing (51) and consists of the 4th accumulator piston (407) and piston spring (49). The 1-2 accumulator assembly is the primary device for controlling the shift feel of a 1-2 shift. The #6 ball check valve helps control the exhaust of 4th clutch fluid from the 4th accumulator and the release of the 4th clutch. The 4th accumulator assembly is the primary device for controlling the shift feel of the 3-4 shift. some 2nd accumulator fluid is forced out of the low and reverse band servo assembly. 2nd clutch fluid is routed between the 1-2 accumulator piston and the low and reverse band servo piston (65) as the intermediate clutch is applied. This fluid unseats the #6 ball check valve and is routed into the accumulator circuit and orificed accumulator circuit. Similar to the function of the #5 (3rd accumulator) and #6 (4th Accumulator) ball check valves. the #2 ball check valve helps control the exhaust of 2nd clutch fluid from the low and reverse band servo assembly and the release of the intermediate clutch during a 2-1 downshift. Upshift Control: 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ During a 4-3 downshift. As 4th clutch fluid pressure moves the 4th accumulator piston. During a 3-4 upshift. This action absorbs some of the 4th clutch fluid pressure to cushion the 4th clutch apply. 4th clutch fluid exhausts from the 4th accumulator assembly.

This helps control the apply rate of the overrun clutch. This allows for a faster exhaust of FBA fluid and a quick release of the manual 2-1 band assembly. it allows either 3rd clutch fluid (in Third gear) or reverse fluid (in Reverse) to enter the 3rd/reverse circuit while blocking the other circuit. Located in the transmission case. exhausting 4th clutch fluid unseats. #11 3RD CLUTCH/REVERSE: Located in the control valve assembly. This allows for a faster exhaust of overrun clutch fluid and a quick release of the overrun clutch. it allows either lo fluid (in Manual First) or reverse fluid (in Reverse) to enter the rear band apply circuit while blocking the other fluid circuit. and flows past. This allows for a faster exhaust of 3rd clutch fluid and a quick release of the direct clutch. #5 3RD ACCUMULATOR: Located in the transmission case. and flows past. it seats to force accumulator fluid through orifice 14 before entering the 1-2 accumulator circuit and filling the 1-2 accumulator. Located in the transmission case. When the direct clutch releases. it seats to force accumulator fluid through orifice 8 before entering the 4th accumulator circuit and filling the 4th accumulator. it seats to force 3rd clutch feed fluid through orifice 11 and into the 3rd clutch circuit. This helps control the rate at which 3rd clutch fluid exhausts from the 3rd accumulator and the release rate of the direct clutch. Refer to the 1-2 Accumulator explanation on page 35 for more detail. When the band releases. When the overrun clutch releases. exhausting overrun clutch fluid unseats. This allows for a faster exhaust of 2nd clutch fluid and a quick release of the intermediate clutch. it seats to force accumulator fluid through orifice 9 before entering the 3rd accumulator circuit and filling the 3rd accumulator. #10 4TH CLUTCH: #4 2ND CLUTCH: Located in the transmission case. the #10 ball check valve. and flows past. Ball Check Valves Related Diagnostic Tips Understanding the design principle of each ball check valve will help in the diagnosis of hydraulic related conditions. This allows for a faster exhaust of 4th clutch fluid and a quick release of the 4th clutch.HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS BALL CHECK VALVES LOCATION AND FUNCTION #1 OVERRUN CLUTCH: #7 LO/REVERSE: Located in the transmission case. it seats to force reverse fluid through orifice 16 to help control the apply rate of the direct clutch in Reverse. When the intermediate clutch releases. #6 4TH ACCUMULATOR: Located in the transmission case. This allows for a faster exhaust of reverse fluid and a quick release of the direct clutch. and flows past. • no reverse or slips in reverse could be the #7 ball check valve stuck or missing. When the direct clutch releases. 36 . it seats to force 2-3 drive fluid through orifice 17 and into the 2nd clutch fluid circuit. exhausting 3rd clutch fluid unseats. When the 4th clutch releases. This helps control the rate at which 2nd clutch fluid exhausts from the low and reverse band servo and the release rate of the intermediate clutch. Located in the control valve assembly. the #3 ball check valve. it seats to force front band apply (FBA) fluid through orifice 12 to help control the apply rate of the manual 2-1 band assembly. it seats to force D321 fluid through orifice 1 on the spacer plate and into the overrun clutch fluid circuit. the #9 ball check valve. the #4 ball check valve and into the 2-3 drive fluid circuit. Refer to the 4th Clutch Accumulator explanation on page 35 for more detail. For example: • a harsh shift complaint could be a stuck or missing ball check valve. and flows past. #8 3RD CLUTCH: #2 2ND ACCUMULATOR (Used Only On Some Models): Located in the transmission case. This helps control the apply rate of the direct clutch in Third gear. Located in the transmission case. it seats to force 4th clutch fluid through orifice 10 to help control the apply rate of the 4th clutch. • no engine compression braking in manual first could also be a missing or stuck #7 ball check valve. exhausting FBA fluid unseats. This helps control the apply rate of the intermediate clutch. the #8 ball check valve and into the 3rd clutch feed circuit. exhausting 2nd clutch fluid unseats. #9 REVERSE: #3 FRONT BAND APPLY: Located in the transmission case. exhausting reverse fluid unseats. Refer to the 3rd Clutch Accumulator explanation on page 34 for more detail. This helps control the rate at which 4th clutch fluid exhausts from the 4th accumulator and the release rate of the 4th clutch. and flows past. the #1 ball check valve and into the D321 fluid circuit.

HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS BALL CHECK VALVES LOCATION AND FUNCTION ACCUMULATOR ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH #2 ➤ 40 ➤ 26j ➤ 40 26i #11 14 1 28 ➤ 39a 39b FBA ➤ 12 #3 ➤ 31c 2ND CLUTCH 2-3 DRIVE 24c 24b 23 23 ➤ 31b #4 FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUM #6 ➤ ACCUM #5 26f 26e 26c 9 26d 8 38 32 32 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM ➤ 38 #6 #5 #2 REVERSE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) #9 CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 3RD CLUTCH #8 33a 3RD/REVERSE ➤ REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH #10 ➤ 43h ➤ ➤ 37c 37d 34 ➤ 34 REVERSE LO #7 ➤ 16 ➤ 3RD CLUTCH REAR BAND APPLY Figure 35 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 11 #9 ➤ 43g 10 4TH CLUTCH #11 REVERSE 37 33b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #1 D321 2ND ACCUM 28 ➤ 17 ➤ CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) #10 #1 #8 #3 #7 #4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .

HYDRAULIC CONTROL COMPONENTS NOTES 38 .

Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for a description of TCM controls. torque converter clutch (TCC) apply and release [through the torque converter clutch pulse width modulated (TCC PWM) solenoid] and line pressure [through the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve]. the PCM controls the shift solenoid valves in the same manner as in Overdrive Range. Note: Some models utilize a Vehicle Control Module (VCM or a Transmission Control Module (TCM) instead of a PCM. ALDL PCM INPUTS INFORMATION SENSORS A. Similarly. TRANSMISSION OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR (A/T OSS) D. TRANSMISSION INPUT SPEED SENSOR (A/T ISS) C. PRESSURE CONTROL (PC) SOLENOID VALVE Figure 36 39 . If for any reason the entire electronic control system of the transmission becomes disabled. However. Another feature of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E is the hydraulic override of the electronic control system in Manual Third and Manual Second. This allows the vehicle to be operated safely. converter turbine speed. throughout this publication only the PCM is referenced for simplicity. This type of control provides consistent and precise shift points and shift quality based on the operating conditions of the vehicle. ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE (ECT) SENSOR F. Also. ENGINE SPEED SENSOR H. THROTTLE POSITION (TP) SENSOR G. both of the shift solenoid valves will be de-energized (turned OFF). This “failsafe mode” operating state of the solenoids forces the transmission to operate in Second gear regardless of other vehicle operating conditions when the gear selector is in a forward drive range. TRANSMISSION FLUID PRESSURE (TFP) MANUAL VALVE POSITION SWITCH B. transmission fluid temperature. This means the PCM must electronically command the solenoids to be in a First gear state for the transmission to downshift into First gear when Manual First is selected. Electrical signals from various sensors provide information to the PCM about vehicle speed. 1-2 SHIFT SOLENOID (SS) VALVE 2. In the Manual gear ranges. apply or release the TCC and what fluid pressure is needed to apply the clutches or bands. gear range selector position.ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS The Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission incorporates electronic controls that utilize the powertrain control module (PCM) (see Note below) to control shift points (through shift solenoid valves). BRAKE SWITCH I. engine coolant temperature. until the condition can be corrected. in Manual First the gear selection is completely electronic for safety and durability reasons. However. despite the disabled electronic controls. 2-3 SHIFT SOLENOID (SS) VALVE 3. TRANSMISSION FLUID TEMPERATURE (TFT) SENSOR E. in Manual Second the hydraulic system prevents the transmission from shifting into either Third or Fourth gear regardless of solenoid states. The VCM or TCM functions similar to the PCM but does incorporate some different controls. However. when Manual Third is selected. engine load and braking. The PCM uses this information to determine the precise moment to upshift or downshift. the hydraulic system prevents the transmission from shifting into Fourth gear regardless of the solenoid states and vehicle operating conditions. TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH PULSE WIDTH MODULATED (TCC PWM) SOLENOID 4. engine speed. throttle position. in “failsafe mode” the PC solenoid valve is turned off which increases line pressure to a maximum and the TCC PWM solenoid F G valve cannot apply the TCC. A/C REQUEST SWITCH E I 3 4 D A B 2 1 C H OUTPUTS POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) OR VEHICLE CONTROL MODULE (VCM) OR TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE (TCM) (SEE NOTE ABOVE) ASSEMBLY LINE DIAGNOSTIC LINK (ALDL) ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS 1.

) The hydraulic and electrical schematics below are shown in the Manual Third position.) D2 PRND43 Switch (N. signals the PCM that the transmission is in Manual Third gear range. • The PCM stores DTC P1810 in PCM history.) REV PRND4 DRIVE PRND4 40 Figure 37 ➤ Automatic Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. R. either the Reverse or Lo pressure switches must be energized. 0 volts) 0 = Open (Resistance >50k ohms. 12 volts) EX ACTUATOR FEED ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 DRIVE D 21 LO EX P RND D 2 1 ➤ ➤ REAR LUBE SWITCH LOGIC MANUAL THIRD (D3) (Engine Running) A B D3 PRND4 Switch (N. The Drive and PRND43 switches are pressurized in Manual Third. RANGE INDICATOR Park/Neutral Reverse Overdrive Manual Third Manual Second Manual First FLUID* REV D4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 D3 0 0 0 1 1 1 D2 0 0 0 0 1 1 LO 0 0 0 0 0 1 CIRCUIT+ A 0 1 0 0 0 1 B 1 1 1 0 0 0 ➤ C 0 0 1 1 0 0 A Transmission Fluid Pressure Manual Valve Position Switch Assembly malfunction will set a DTC P1810 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Maximum line pressure.O. This logic is used by the PCM to determine manual valve position and the gear range (P. This creates a closed circuit and allows current to flow from the positive contact and through the switch. The electrical schematic and table below show the circuitry and logic used at the TFP manual valve position switch and electrical connector to signal the powertrain control module (PCM) which range the gear selector lever is in. thereby stopping electrical current at the switch. 2.) D2 PRND43 Switch (N. the PRND4 pressure switch must be pressurized in addition to the PRND43 switch. the closed switch may provide a ground path from one of the three electrical pins.) C D4 DRIVE Switch (N.) fluid pressure switches. thereby closing these switches and allowing current to flow from Pin C to ground.) Automatic Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch REV Switch (N. with digital logic at Pin A and Pin B being “1”. N D . • TCC on in commanded fourth gear. • Freeze shift adapts. This changes the digital logic at Pin C to a “0” and.O. PRND4 DRIVE TFP SWITCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ FILTER (317) LUBE PIPE (39) .O.O. B and C) in the TFP manual valve position switch three pin connector. it moves the diaphragm and upper contact such that the contact element touches both the positive (+) contact and the ground ( ) contact.) LO Switch (N.O.O. Example: (Manual Third Range) NO PRESSURE PRESSURIZED SWITCH LOGIC ENGINE OFF A B D3 PRND4 Switch (N. Various fluid pressures are fed from the manual valve to the switches (see hydraulic circuit below) depending on gear selector and manual valve positioning. For Pin B to connect to ground. D. ➤ D321 PRN *: 1 = Pressurized 0 = Exhausted +: 1 = Grounded (Resistance <50 ohms.) C D4 DRIVE Switch (N. • Assume D4 shift pattern. When fluid pressure is routed to the switch.O.) REV PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO PRND43 LO REV Switch (N. These fluid pressures determine the digital logic at the electrical pins (A. For Pin A to connect to ground.) LO Switch (N.O.O.O. Fluid Pressure Switch Operation: PRND4 INDICATOR SWITCH DRIVE INDICATOR SWITCH Body ➤ Fluid Seal Diaphragm Body Contact Fluid ➤ Seal Diaphragm Contact + Contact Element Contact Ground + Contact Element Contact Ground The fluid pressure switches in the TFP manual valve position switch are normally open (contacts not touching) when no fluid pressure is present.ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS REVERSE INDICATOR SWITCH PRND43 INDICATOR SWITCH LO INDICATOR SWITCH THREE PIN CONNECTOR A B C Transmission Fluid Pressure Manual Valve Position Switch (40): TRANSMISSION FLUID PRESSURE MANUAL VALVE POSITION SWITCH (40) The transmission fluid pressure (TFP) manual valve position switch is attached to the control valve assembly and consists of five normally open (N. Depending on the circuit. 1) the transmission is operating in.O.

whenever the vehicle is moving. the A/T OSS sensor produces an AC voltage signal proportional to vehicle speed. Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for specific application. Output voltage will vary with vehicle speed from a minimum of 0. transmission shift patterns and TCC apply pressure and timing. • Calculate A/T OSS from A/T ISS sensor output.0 HIGH SPEED OUTPUT VOLTS TIME FIGURE A: CONDITIONED SIGNAL Sensor resistance should measure between 893 . The A/T ISS sensor square wave form is also compared to a fixed clock signal internally within the PCM to determine actual converter turbine speed. This sensor is mounted in the case opposite the vehicle speed sensor reluctor ring (660) that is pressed onto the output carrier assembly (661). The A/T ISS sensor operates identically to the A/T OSS sensor except it uses the machined teeth on the forward clutch housing (602) as the rotor (reluctor). Automatic Transmission Input (Shaft) Speed (A/T ISS) Sensor (22): LOW SPEED 5. • DTC P0503 stores in PCM history. • Maximum line pressure. The sensor consists of a permanent magnet surrounded by a coil of wire. The square waves can be thought of as the vehicle speed sensor reluctor ring teeth. • DTC P0716 stores in PCM history. • Maximum line pressure. The square wave form can then be interpreted as transmission output speed by the PCM through the frequency of square waves in a given time frame. Remember that the forward clutch housing is driven at converter turbine speed (except in fourth gear when it is driven in an overdrive mode with respect to the converter turbine). to 200 Volts at 6000 RPM. ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR MAGNETIC PICKUP SPEED SENSOR (OUTPUT AND INPUT) At the DRAC or PCM. • DTC P0502 stores in PCM history. The PCM uses transmission input and output speeds to help determine line pressure.ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS TRANSMISSION SPEED SENSORS Automatic Transmission Output (Shaft) Speed (A/T OSS) Sensor (22): ROTOR (RELUCTOR) O-RING SEAL The A/T OSS sensor is a variable reluctance magnetic pickup located in the rear of the transmission case. Therefore. The square wave form is compared to a fixed clock signal internally within the PCM to determine transmission output speed. the faster the vehicle is moving. an alternating current (AC) is induced in the coil from the “teeth” on the vehicle speed sensor reluctor ring passing by the magnetic pickup. • Maximum line pressure. • Maximum line pressure. This signal is sent to either the DRAC (Digital Ratio Adapter Controller) or the PCM depending on model application. As the output carrier and vehicle speed sensor reluctor ring rotate. Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Low will set DTC P0502 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. • Calculate A/T OSS from A/T ISS sensor output. and TCC slippage for diagnostic purposes. Input Speed Sensor Circuit Low will set DTC P0717 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. This speed sensor information is also used to calculate turbine speed.1127 ohms at 20°C (68°F). the AC signal is electronically conditioned to a 5 volt square wave form (see Figure A). • DTC P0717 will be stored in PCM history. gear ratios. Input Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent will set DTC P0716 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent will set DTC P0503 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts.5 Volts AC at 300 RPM. Figure 38 41 . Therefore. the more teeth (or waves) that pass by the magnetic pickup in a given time frame.

This prevents the excessive fluid temperatures from damaging the TCC. If fluid temperatures increase even further [above approximately 150°C (300°F)]. 250°F). TFT Sensor Circuit Low will set DTC P0712 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. the TCC will apply in Second. which changes value based on temperature (see chart). This causes the PCM to use a fixed value of 140°C (284°F) as the transmission fluid temperature input signal. The sensor has a negative-temperature coefficient.000 TFT SENSOR RESISTANCE (OHMS) Transmission Fluid Overtemperature will set DTC P0218 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. As the fluid temperature warms to a normal operating temperature. The TFT sensor is a resistor. If transmission fluid temperatures become excessively high (above approximately 122°C. Above approximately 154°C (310°F). TRANSMISSION FLUID TEMPERATURE SENSOR 16. • DTC P0711 stores in PCM history. • DTC P0218 stores in PCM history. the PCM will apply the TCC whenever the transmission is in Second. TEMPERATURE TFT Sensor Circuit Range/Performance will set DTC P0711 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. At a value of 140°C. Applying the TCC serves to reduce transmission fluid temperatures created by the fluid coupling in the torque converter with the TCC released. 133 -10 TEMPERATURE (°C) 110 TFT SENSOR RESISTANCE VS. • Defaults the TFT to 140°C (284°F) for shift scheduling (hot mode pattern). • Defaults the TFT to 140°C (284°F) for shift scheduling (hot mode pattern). When the transmission fluid is cold the sensor resistance is high and the PCM detects high signal voltage. the resistance decreases. 42 Figure 39 . Third and Fourth gears. the PCM will not allow the TCC to apply in any gear range. the resistance becomes less and the signal voltage decreases. and as the temperature decreases the resistance increases. The PCM supplies a 5-volt reference signal to the sensor and measures the voltage drop in the circuit.ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS Automatic Transmission Fluid Temperature (TFT) Sensor: PROBE BODY CONNECTOR The TFT sensor is part of the transmission wiring harness assembly (34). • Defaults the TFT to 140°C (284°F) for shift scheduling (hot mode pattern). • DTC P0712 stores in PCM history. the PCM will set a transmission fluid temperature code. TFT Sensor Circuit High will set DTC P0713 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Freeze shift adapts. or thermistor. The PCM inhibits TCC operation until transmission fluid temperatures reach approximately 20°C (68°F). This means that as the temperature increases. Third or Fourth gears. • DTC P0713 stores in PCM history. The PCM uses this information to control shift quality and torque converter clutch apply.

ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
SHIFT SOLENOID VALVES
O-RING

The Hydra-matic 4L80-E uses two electronic shift solenoid valves (1-2 and 2-3) to control upshifts and downshifts in all forward gear ranges. These shift solenoid valves work together in a combination of ON and OFF sequences to control the various shift valves. The PCM uses numerous inputs (as shown in Figure 39) to determine which solenoid state combination the transmission should be in. The following table shows the solenoid state combination required for each gear range:
GEAR RANGE 1-2 SOLENOID 2-3 SOLENOID

METERING BALL

SPRING

PLUNGER

CONNECTOR


The shift solenoid valves are de-energized (turned OFF) when the PCM opens the path to ground for the solenoid’s electrical circuit. With the solenoid OFF, signal fluid pressure moves the metering ball and plunger away from the metering ball’s seat. This allows signal fluid to flow past the metering ball and exhaust out of the solenoid as shown in the illustration. When the PCM provides a path to ground for the electrical circuit to energize (turn ON) the solenoid, current flows through the coil assembly in the solenoid and creates a magnetic field. The magnetic field moves the plunger to the left (with respect to the illustration) and seats the metering ball, thereby blocking the exhaust passage and causing signal fluid pressure to increase.
1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve (313):

SOLENOID FLUID

FILTER

SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE (OFF)

2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve (311):

Filtered actuator feed fluid feeds the 1-2 signal fluid circuit at the 1-2 shift valve (314). When the 1-2 SS valve is de-energized (OFF), 1-2 signal fluid exhausts through the solenoid, thereby creating low pressure in the 1-2 signal circuit (see Third Gear example below). Even with the solenoid de-energized, fluid remains in the 1-2 signal fluid circuit but at low pressure because filtered actuator feed fluid continues to feed the circuit. Low pressure is shown by light blue fluid color while high 1-2 signal fluid pressure is shown as dark blue fluid color. When the 1-2 SS valve is energized (ON), 1-2 signal fluid is blocked from exhausting through the solenoid, thereby creating high 1-2 signal fluid pressure (see Park/Reverse/Neutral/First Gear and Fourth Gear examples below). High 1-2 signal fluid pressure acts on the 1-2 shift valve to keep it in the downshifted position (against spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure) when 2-3 signal fluid pressure is low. High 1-2 signal fluid pressure also acts on the 3-4 shift valve (308) to keep it in the upshifted position (against spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure) in the absence of PRN fluid pressure.
2-3 DRIVE DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE ACTR FD ACTR FD

The 2-3 SS valve functions similar to the 1-2 SS valve in that the PCM controls the path to ground for the electrical circuit to turn the solenoid ON or OFF. Filtered actuator feed fluid feeds the 2-3 signal fluid circuit at the 2-3 shift valve (312). When the 2-3 SS valve is de-energized (OFF), 2-3 signal fluid exhausts through the solenoid, thereby creating low pressure in the 2-3 signal circuit (see Park/Reverse/Neutral/First Gear example below). Similar to the 1-2 signal circuit, fluid remains in the 23 signal circuit with the 2-3 SS valve de-energized (OFF), only at a low pressure due to the exhaust through the solenoid. Low pressure is shown by light blue fluid color while high 2-3 signal fluid pressure is shown as dark blue fluid color. When the 2-3 SS valve is energized (ON), 2-3 signal fluid is blocked from exhausting through the solenoid, thereby creating high 2-3 signal fluid pressure (see Third Gear and Fourth Gear examples below). High 2-3 signal fluid pressure acts on the 2-3 shift valve to move it into the upshifted position (against spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure). However, in Manual Second and Manual First gear ranges, D21 fluid pressure keeps the 2-3 shift valve in the downshifted position regardless of the 2-3 SS valve state. High 2-3 signal fluid pressure also assists spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure at the 1-2 shift valve to keep the valve in the upshifted position when 1-2 signal fluid pressure is either high or low.

2-3 DRIVE DRIVE

ACTR FD

1-2 SIG

1-2 SIG

REV REV REV

REV REV REV

1-2 SOL

1-2 SOL

REV REV REV

1-2 SIG

1-2 SHIFT VALVE
EX
➤ ➤

EX N.O. ON

1-2 SHIFT VALVE
EX

EX➤ N.O. OFF

1-2 SHIFT VALVE
EX

2-3 SIGNAL FILT ACTR FD

➤ ➤
➤ ➤

2-3 SIGNAL


2-3 SIGNAL

➤ ➤


FILT ACTR FD
2-3 SIG 2-3 SIG ACTR FD

FILT ACTR FD
2-3 SIG


➤ ➤

ORFCD EX

ORFCD EX

ORFCD EX

2-3 SIG

2-3 SIG

ACTR FD

D21

D21

EX

EX

D21

EX

ACTR FD

2-3 DR

2-3 DR

2-3 DR

2-3 SOL
➤ ➤

2-3 SOL EX N.O. ON

2-3 SIG

2-3 SOL N.O. ON

2-3 SHIFT VALVE
PRND4 4CLFD EX FBA 3CLFD

EX ➤

2-3 SHIFT VALVE
PRND4 4CLFD EX FBA 3CLFD

2-3 SHIFT VALVE
PRND4 4CLFD EX FBA 3CLFD

N.O. OFF

1-2 SIGNAL

1-2 SIGNAL

4TH CL FD 4TH CL ORIF EX

4TH CL FD 4TH CL ORIF EX

4TH CL FD 4TH CL ORIF EX

PRN

PRN

3-4 SHIFT

3-4 SHIFT

PRN

3-4 SHIFT

PARK/REVERSE/NEUTRAL/FIRST GEAR

THIRD GEAR

FOURTH GEAR

1-2 SIGNAL

ACTR FD

ACTR FD

ACTR FD

Figure 40

1-2 SIGNAL

1-2 SIGNAL

1-2 SIGNAL

FILT ACTR FD

FILT ACTR FD



EXHAUST


Park, Reverse, Neutral First Second Third Fourth

ON ON OFF OFF ON

OFF OFF OFF ON ON


COIL ASSEMBLY FRAME
FILT ACTR FD


1-2 SOL EX N.O. ON

EX

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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
CORE COIL ASSEMBLY METERING BALL O-RING

Torque Converter Clutch Pulse Width Modulation (TCC PWM) Solenoid Valve (323):

PLUNGER CONNECTOR FRAME

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE FLUID

TCC PWM SOLENOID VALVE

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

100% 75 50 25 0 A S TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE
TCC APPLY AND RELEASE

C B

D E

F G

Torque Converter Clutch System Stuck Off will set a DTC P0741 and the PCM will command the following default actions:
• Inhibit TCC engagement. • Inhibit 4th gear engagement. • DTC P0741 stores in PCM history. Torque Converter Clutch System Stuck On will set a DTC P0742 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Maximum line pressure. • Freeze shift adapts. • DTC P0742 stores in PCM history.
Torque Converter Clutch Pulse Width Modulation (TCC PWM) Solenoid Valve Operation:

TCC ENABL

APPLY/RETURN

APPLY/RETURN

RELEASE

LO

REG APPLY

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

3

DRIVE

REV PRND4

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY
➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

APPLY/RETURN
➤ ➤

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

RELEASE ➤

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

EX

ON

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Figure 41

TFP SWITCH

PRND43


COOLER

TCC SIGNAL


CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE ➤ RELEASE ➤

REG CONV FD

TCC ENABLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT

CONV FD REG CONV FD

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)


➤ ➤ ➤ ➤


EXHAUST
➤ ➤
➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

The TCC PWM solenoid valve is a normally closed, pulse width modulated (PWM) solenoid used to control the apply and release of the converter clutch. The PCM operates the solenoid with a negative duty cycle at a fixed frequency of 32 Hz to control the rate of TCC apply/release. The solenoid’s ability to “ramp” the TCC apply and release pressures results in a smoother TCC operation. When vehicle operating conditions are appropriate to apply the TCC, the PCM immediately increases the duty cycle to approximately 30% (see point A on graph). The PCM then ramps the duty cycle up to approximately 70% to achieve full TCC apply pressure. The rate at which the PCM increases the duty cycle controls the TCC apply. Similarly, the PCM also ramps down the TCC PWM solenoid valve duty cycle to control TCC release. There are some operating conditions that prevent or enable TCC apply under various conditions (refer to the Automatic Transmission Fluid Temperature sensor description). Also, if the PCM receives a high voltage signal from the brake switch, signalling that the brake pedal is depressed, the PCM immediately releases the TCC. Note: Duty cycles given are for example only. Actual duty cycles will vary depending on vehicle application and vehicle operating conditions.


TCC SIGNAL FLUID

TIME

TCC PWM solenoid valve resistance should measure between 10.4 and 10.8 ohms when measured at 20°C (68°F). The resistance should measure approximately 16 ohms at 150°C (300°F).

The TCC PWM solenoid valve is the electronic control component of the TCC apply and release system. The other components are all hydraulic control or regulating valves. The illustration below shows all the valves and the TCC PWM solenoid valve that make up the TCC control system. (For more information on system operation see pages 64 and 65 in the Powerflow section).

EX
➤EX ➤

➤ TCC

ENABLE ➤

REG CONV FEED TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

FRONT LUBE ➤

➤ ➤ ➤

EX

CONV LIMIT

EX

TCC REG
LINE

ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Pressure Control Solenoid Valve (320):

➤ ➤


➤ ➤





Duty Cycle, Frequency and Current Flow:

A “duty cycle” may be defined as the percent of time current is flowing through a solenoid coil during each cycle. The number of cycles that occur within a specified amount of time, usually measured in seconds, is called “frequency”. Typically, the operation of an electronically controlled pulse width modulated solenoid is explained in terms of duty cycle and frequency. The PCM controls the PC solenoid valve on a positive duty cycle at a fixed frequency of 292.5 Hz (cycles per second). A higher duty cycle provides a greater current flow through the solenoid. The high (positive) side of the PC solenoid valve electrical circuit at the PCM controls the PC solenoid valve operation. The PCM provides a ground path for the circuit, monitors average current and continuously varies the PC solenoid valve duty cycle to maintain the correct average current flowing through the PC solenoid valve.
Approximate Duty Cycle + 5% +40%

SPOOL VALVE SPRING FLUID SCREENS

SPOOL VALVE SPOOL VALVE SLEEVE PUSH ROD COIL DAMPER SPRING RESTRICTOR ASSEMBLY

PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE

12
VOLTS

(ON)

1 CYCLE = 1/292.5 SECOND

PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE POSITIVE DUTY CYCLE

Current 0.1 Amps 1.1 Amps

Line Pressure
CONTROL PRESSURE (PSI)

100 90

Maximum Minimum

80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1

Pressure control solenoid valve resistance should measure between 3.5 and 4.6 ohms when measured at 20°C (68°F).

The duty cycle and current flow to the PC solenoid valve are mainly affected by throttle position (engine torque) and they are inversely proportional to throttle angle (engine torque). In other words, as the throttle angle (engine torque increases), the duty cycle is decreased by the PCM which decreases current flow to the PC solenoid valve. Current flow to the PC solenoid valve creates a magnetic field that moves the solenoid armature toward the push rod and against spring force.
Transmission Adapt Function:

INPUT CURRENT (AMP)

PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE CURRENT FLOW

Programming within the PCM also allows for automatic adjustments in shift pressure that are based on the changing characteristics of the transmission components. As the apply components within the transmission wear, shift time (time required to apply a clutch or band) increases. In order to compensate for this wear, the PCM adjusts trim pressure by controlling the PC solenoid valve in order to maintain the originally calibrated shift timing. The automatic adjusting process is referred to as “adaptive learning” and it is used to assure consistent shift feel plus increase transmission durability. The PCM monitors the A/T ISS sensor and A/T OSS during commanded shifts to determine if a shift is occurring too fast (harsh) or too slow (soft) and adjusts the PC solenoid valve signal to maintain a set shift feel.
Transmission adapts must be reset whenever the transmission is overhauled or replaced (see appropriate service manual).

A Pressure Control Solenoid electrical problem will set a DTC P0748 and the PCM will command the following default actions: • Disable the PC solenoid valve. • Freeze shift adapts. • DTC P0748 stores in PCM history.

Figure 42

0

➤➤

40%

60%

The pressure control (PC) solenoid valve is a precision electronic pressure regulator that controls transmission line pressure based on current flow through its coil windings. As current flow is increased, the magnetic field produced by the coil moves the solenoid’s plunger further away from the exhaust port. Opening the exhaust port decreases the output fluid pressure regulated by the PC solenoid valve, which ultimately decreases line pressure. The PCM controls the PC solenoid valve based on various inputs including throttle position, transmission fluid temperature, MAP sensor and gear state.

ACTUATOR TORQUE SIGNAL FEED FLUID LIMIT FLUID

EXHAUST VARIABLE ARMATURE SPRING FRAME BLEED ORIFICE

➤ ➤

➤ ➤

TIME

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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
COMPONENTS EXTERNAL TO THE TRANSMISSION

Throttle Position (TP) Sensor: The PCM monitors the variable voltage signal from the TP sensor to calculate throttle position (angle). These input signals are then used by the PCM, in addition to other vehicle and transmission sensor inputs, to determine the appropriate shift pattern and TCC apply and release for the transmission. In general, with greater throttle angle, upshift speeds and line pressure both increase. Also, the PCM releases the torque converter clutch at minimum throttle positions and during heavy acceleration. Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor: The PCM monitors the variable resistance signal from this sensor to determine engine coolant temperature. When the engine is cold, resistance is high, and when the engine is hot, resistance through the sensor is low. The PCM uses this information to prevent the TCC from applying when engine temperature is below approximately 54°C (130°F). Engine Speed Sensor: Monitored by the PCM through the ignition module, this sensor is used to help determine shift patterns and TCC apply and release.

Brake Switch: This switch causes the PCM to command TCC release. When the brake pedal is depressed, the PCM opens the path to ground for the TCC electrical circuit which releases the torque converter clutch. A/C Request Switch: When the A/C pressure cycling switch closes, the PCM is signaled that the air conditioning compressor is ON. This signal is used by the PCM to adjust transmission line pressure as well as shift timing for the added engine load provided by the compressor. Assembly Line Diagnostic Link (ALDL): This is a multi-terminal connector wired to the PCM that is located under the vehicle dashboard. The ALDL can be used to diagnose conditions in the vehicles electrical system, PCM, VCM or TCM, and various transmission components. Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for specific electrical diagnosis information.

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OFF 3 ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 5 ORIFICED EX ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE ASSEMBLY (514) ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING LINE SUCTION PRND4 EX ➤ ➤ TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE PINION GEARS TURBINE SUN HELD SHAFT GEAR (502) REAR 1 AIR BLEED (210) PRND43 ➤ D 2 LUBE P ➤ RND FILTER (317) LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 20 ➤ 1-2 SOL EX N.O. electrical. This chart is one of the key items used to understand the mechanical operation of the transmission in each range and gear. The text below this chart provides a detailed explanation of what is occurring mechanically in that range and gear. PARK 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2c 2d OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE ROLLER CARRIER CLUTCH PINION GEARS (512) (518) HOLDING HELD 3 OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN (Engine Running) 4 POWERFLOW TERMINATED ) k (P Par he oil in t the ver rom ing: or leure ffollow lect ess e e se e pr o th ): Regh th lin d t 18 ) Witsition. irecte Valve(2ressure po p is d lator (line pion u t s pum Reg tpu mis re ou ns p ssu mp tra pum Pretes pu to the hen emand ulaordingents.POWER FLOW This section of the book describes how torque from the engine is transferred through the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission allowing the vehicle to move either in a forward or reverse direction. If the operating principle of a clutch. right hand pages contain a simplified version of the Complete Hydraulic Circuit that is involved for that range and gear. PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE ➤ REV DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ ➤ 51 47 . The full size.O. The information that follows details the specific mechanical operation. hydraulic and apply components that are required to achieve a gear operating range. It is the intent of this section to provide an overall simplified explanation of the mechanical. hydraulic and electrical operation of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission. fluidr req ut ex ssure ulato outp e pre re reg n u of lipress the RK g) PA nnin Ru e gin (En PARK (Engine Running) 4 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) FBA ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ NO POWER TRANSMITTED TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ EX EX ➤ PRND4 ➤ PRN PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO HELD PRND43 TURBINE SHAFT (502) ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ 2 LO ➤ ACTR FD REV PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ REV EX 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ PRN ➤ REVERSE LINE BOOST 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER HUB OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) HELD ➤ EX EX EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ TORQUE CO ➤ PARKING PAWL (703) ENGAGED PARKING PAWL RETURN SPRING (705) ➤ MP LE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ FILTER (302) 4TH CL FD ➤ PRN TE 3-4 SHIFT HY ➤ OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) 50 B DR PA AUL GE IC 76 CIR C UIT EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 5 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 1-2 SIG 15 50 Figure 46 Figure 47 Figure 43 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) HELD TORQUE SIGNAL TORQUE SIGNAL 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN ➤ PRN ➤ ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N. band or valve is unclear.O. refer to the previous sections of this book for individual component descriptions. W e dfrom th accuirem ceeds. A page number located at the bottom of the half page of text provides a ready reference to the complete Hydraulic Circuits section of this book if more detailed information is desired. ON ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ LO 1-2 SIGNAL REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ REV ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. left hand pages throughout this section contain drawings of the mechanical components used in a specific range and gear. Facing this full page is a half page insert containing a color coded range reference chart at the top. The full size. Facing this full page is a half page insert containing text and a detailed explanation of what is occurring hydraulically in that range and gear.

The transfer of torque from the engine through the torque converter to the turbine shaft is identical in all gear ranges. is also forced to rotate at turbine speed. It also requires a holding force to be applied to the bands and clutches during the various gear range operations. 4 Turbine Shaft Driven As the torque converter turbine rotates. The Hydra-matic 4L80-E automatic transmission requires a constant supply of pressurized fluid to cool and lubricate all of the components throughout the unit.MECHANICAL POWERFLOW FROM THE TORQUE CONVERTER TO THE TURBINE SHAFT 1 POWER FROM THE ENGINE (Engine Running) 2 POWER TO DRIVE OIL PUMP 2a OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR (205) DRIVEN MECHANICAL POWERFLOW FROM THE TORQUE CONVERTER TO THE TURBINE SHAFT (Engine Running) The mechanical power flow in the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission begins at the point of connection between the torque converter and the engine flywheel. The oil pump assembly (4) and control valve body assembly (44) provide for the pressurization and distribution of fluid throughout the transmission. The turbine shaft provides the primary link to the mechanical operation of the transmission. Therefore. the turbine shaft (502). SPLINED TO TORQUE CONVERTER TURBINE ASSEMBLY TURBINE SHAFT (502) KEYED TO OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) 48 Figure 44 48A . which is splined to the torque converter turbine. the oil pump drive gear also rotates at engine speed. When the engine is running. 2 Power to Drive the Oil Pump The oil pump drive gear (205) is keyed to the torque converter hub. As the torque converter rotates it multiplies engine torque and transmits it to the turbine shaft (502). the torque converter cover (pump) is forced to rotate at engine speed. the remaining mechanical power flow descriptions will begin with the turbine shaft (502). 4 TURBINE SHAFT DRIVEN TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) SPLINED TO TORQUE CONVERTER STATOR ASSEMBLY NOTE: To minimize the amount of repetitive text. 1 Power from the Engine 3 FLUID COUPLING DRIVES THE TURBINE Torque from the engine is transferred to the transmission through the engine flywheel which is bolted to the engine crankshaft. 3 Fluid Coupling Drives the Turbine Transmission fluid inside the torque converter (1) creates a fluid coupling which in turn drives the torque converter turbine.

➤ TCC ENABLE ➤ ➤ ➤ 1a REVERSE TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ BOOST 2a Accumulator Valve: 24 LINE ➤ 3d EX FRONT LUBE ➤ Controlled by the PCM... Also. .. Regulated converter feed fluid is routed to the TCC enable valve and the converter clutch shift valve. 1 PRESSURE REGULATION 1a Pressure Regulator Valve: COMMON HYDRAULIC FUNCTIONS FOR ALL RANGES CONVERTER TORQUE CONVERTER (1) REGULATION PRND43 ➤ LO ➤ REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N... . TORQUE SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2c TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ 2ND CL ➤ ➤ ➤ Spring force holds the valve in the release position allowing regulated converter feed fluid to enter the TCC enable circuit... . ➤ ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ 48B Figure 45 ➤ Spring force and TCC enable fluid pressure hold the valve in the release position allowing regulated converter feed fluid to enter the release circuit. 1 PRESSURE DRIVE (from Manual Valve) LINE (to Manual Valve) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 49 .... which acts as an accumulator for the 2nd clutch. . #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #2 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE 1c TORQUE SIGNAL 8 ➤ ➤ 9 ➤ 14 ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3c Converter Limit Valve: ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ Spring force holds the valve in the release position. 3e ➤ REG CONV FD ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ CONV FD BOTTOM PAN (28) ➤ Accumulator fluid is routed to each of the accumulator assemblies in preparation for upshifts and downshifts. thereby blocking line pressure..O. This regulation is controlled by spring pressure acting on one end of the valve and orificed regulated converter feed fluid on the other end of the valve. Release fluid is routed to the torque converter.. and the actuator feed limit valve.. LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ ➤ RELEASE SUCTION PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ Line pressure is routed through the valve and into the actuator feed fluid circuit. Actuator feed fluid is routed to the pressure control solenoid.. PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE PRESSURE TAP (24) DRIVE RELEASE 1c Pressure Control PC Solenoid Valve: APPLY/RETURN ➤ TCC ENABL SUCTION EX ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC ENABLE REG CONV FEED ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) CONVERTER FEED ➤ ➤ 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL CONV CLUTCH SHIFT REG CONV FD TCC ENABLE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) EX ➤ ➤ ➤ REG APPLY 2c Low and Reverse Band Servo: SUCTION 3 3b TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ 3a Pressure Regulator Valve: ➤ 2a ➤ ACCUM ➤ LINE 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 3e Converter Clutch Shift Valve: REAR BAND APPLY TORQUE SIGNAL 4TH ACCUM ➤ 2b ➤ ACT FD LIMIT LINE ➤ EX EX EX 3RD ACCUM ➤ 1b 3f Torque Converter: Release fluid pressure is routed to the torque converter to keep the TCC released. This regulation is basically controlled by torque signal fluid pressure acting on one end of the valve and orificed accumulator fluid on the other end of the valve. . . Apply/return fluid from the torque converter also passes through the converter clutch shift valve into the cooler circuit. TCC REG ➤ LINE ➤ 3 TORQUE CONVERTER (RELEASED POSITION ONLY) REGULATED APPLY ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ORIFICED REG APPLY ➤ FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) ➤ ➤ Accumulator fluid is also routed to the low and reverse band servo. and line pressure acting on the end of the valve. spring force... in preparation for upshifts and downshifts. Fluid leaves the converter in the apply/return fluid circuit and returns to the cooler through the converter clutch shift valve. ... ➤ REV ➤ APPLY/RETURN 3f PRND4 AIR BLEED (210) ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 TORQUE ➤ .. Line pressure is directed to the manual valve. the PC solenoid valve regulates filtered actuator feed fluid pressure into the torque signal fluid circuit.. 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 3b TCC Regulator Valve: ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Line pressure is routed through the PR valve and into the converter feed fluid circuit. line pressure feeds the converter feed circuit through the pressure regulator valve.. ➤ APPLY/RETURN EX DRIVE 3c ➤ LINE ➤ COOLER TCC SIGNAL 2b 3rd and 4th Accumulator Assemblies: CONV LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ Drive pressure is regulated into accumulator fluid pressure. and also feeds the 1-2 signal and 2-3 signal fluid circuits...HYDRAULIC POWERFLOW – COMMON FUNCTIONS FOR ALL RANGES (Engine Running) When the gear selector lever is in the Park (P) position and the engine is running.. ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ ACTUATOR FD ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR FILT ACTR FD EX 3d TCC Enable Valve: ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD LO TORQUE SIG PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED Regulates converter feed fluid into the regulated converter feed circuit. The valve limits actuator feed fluid pressure to a maximum pressure.. Converter feed fluid is routed to the converter limit valve. ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ➤ ➤ 1b Actuator Feed Limit (AFL) Valve: ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ LINE LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 3a LINE EX ➤ ➤ ➤ Regulates pump output (line pressure) in response to torque signal fluid pressure acting on the reverse boost valve. TCC enable fluid is routed to the converter clutch shift valve to assist spring pressure in holding the valve in the release position.. the TCC regulated apply valve.. fluid is drawn into the oil pump and line pressure is directed to the pressure regulator valve. .

CONVERTER HUB OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) HELD 3 Overdrive Internal Gear Driven OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) HELD The overdrive carrier pinion gears drive the overdrive internal gear [part of the forward clutch housing assembly (602)] at the same speed as the overdrive carrier. OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE ASSEMBLY (514) ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING 2c Overdrive Roller Clutch Holding However. Also. PARKING PAWL (703) ENGAGED PARKING PAWL RETURN SPRING (705) Note: The vehicle should be completely stopped before selecting Park range or internal damage to the transmission could occur. but do travel clockwise with the overdrive carrier assembly. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND (Engine Running) 4 POWERFLOW TERMINATED ON OFF ➤ ➤ NO POWER TRANSMITTED TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY ➤ • The manual shaft (708) and manual valve (319) are in the Park position. which is connected to the output carrier assembly. Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for the proper manual linkage adjustment procedures. • The output shaft assembly (671). engages and prevents the sun gear (overrun clutch housing) from rotating faster than the overdrive carrier assembly. the pinion gears do not rotate on their pins. If not adjusted properly. Therefore. 2b Pinion Gears Attempt to Rotate The pinion gears attempt to rotate counterclockwise on their pins around the internal gear as they travel clockwise with the overdrive carrier assembly. an internal leak between fluid passages at the manual valve may cause a clutch or band to slip or cause the transmission to not hold in park. 2d Pinion Gears Held With the sun gear and overdrive carrier rotating at the same speed. 2 HELD Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset The overdrive planetary gearset acts as an integral unit in all drive ranges except Overdrive Fourth gear to transfer power at a 1:1 ratio to the output planetary gear set.PARK 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2c 2d OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE ROLLER CARRIER CLUTCH PINION GEARS (512) (518) HOLDING HELD 3 OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN PARK (Engine Running) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. power flow is a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing. the overdrive roller clutch (512). located between the overdrive carrier and overrun clutch housing. The following steps describe the operation: 2a Pinion Gears Mesh With Internal and Sun Gear PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) TURBINE SHAFT (502) OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE PINION GEARS TURBINE SUN HELD SHAFT GEAR (502) The overdrive carrier pinion gears (518) are in mesh with both the overdrive internal gear [part of the forward clutch housing assembly (602)] and overdrive sun gear [part of the overrun clutch housing assembly (504)]. the manual linkage must be adjusted properly so the indicator quadrants in the vehicle correspond with the inside detent lever (711) in the transmission. This action attempts to drive the sun gear clockwise. • The output carrier assembly is held stationary by the parking pawl. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) ➤ OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) 50 Figure 46 ➤ ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). is also held and the vehicle cannot move. faster than the overdrive carrier is rotating. 4 Powerflow Terminated All clutches and bands are released in Park range and power flow is terminated at the forward clutch housing (602). The parking lock actuator assembly (710) engages the parking lock pawl (703) with the teeth on the output carrier assembly (661). which is splined to the converter turbine. 50A . ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER.

O.O. 4 Manual 2-1 Band Servo: 1 PRND43 ➤ LINE ➤ 2 LO ➤ ACTR FD REV PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ REV EX 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE PRND43 fluid is also sent to the manual 2-1 band servo assembly. PRN fluid is also routed to the 2-3 shift valve where it assists 2-3 shift valve return spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure to keep the valve in the downshifted position. 1-2 SIGNAL REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ TFP SWITCH DRIVE ➤ REV DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 51 . FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER. ON ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. ➤ ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ LINE SUCTION PRND4 EX ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) PRND43 ➤ 3 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ D 2 REAR LUBE P RND ➤ Note: Refer to Shift Solenoid Valves on page 43 for a description of solenoid and shift valve operation. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND PARK (Engine Running) 4 ON OFF FLUID PRESSURE DIRECTED IN PREPARATION FOR A SHIFT ➤ ➤ 2 Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch: ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ EX EX ➤ PRND4 ➤ PRN PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO PRND4 fluid is also sent from the manual valve to the 2-3 shift valve where it stops. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) FBA PRND43 1 Manual Valve: 1 ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REV PRND4 ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 20 1-2 SOL EX N. PRND4 and PRND43 fluid circuits. FILTER (317) LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 and PRND43 fluids at the TFP manual valve position switch signal the powertrain control module (PCM) that the transmission is in either Park or Neutral range. ➤ Mechanically controlled by the gear selector lever.PARK (Engine Running) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.O. the manual valve is in the Park (P) position and directs line pressure from the pressure regulator valve into the PRN. The PCM then energizes. OFF 3 ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 5 ORIFICED EX ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN fluid is routed to the 3-4 shift valve where it assists 3-4 shift valve return spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure to keep the valve in the downshifted position. 5 3-4 Shift Valve: 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ PRN ➤ REVERSE LINE BOOST 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) EX EX TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ TORQUE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) 4TH CL FD ➤ PRN 3-4 SHIFT COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 76 50B EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 5 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 1-2 SIG 15 Figure 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL TORQUE SIGNAL 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN ➤ PRN ➤ ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N. At the manual 2-1 band servo. PRND43 fluid pressure assists manual 2-1 band servo piston spring force to keep the manual 2-1 band released. or “turns ON” the 1-2 shift solenoid valve and keeps the 2-3 shift solenoid valve de-energized.

6 Reaction Carrier Assembly Held With the reaction carrier assembly held. torque from the engine is multiplied through the torque converter and transmission gear sets to the vehicle’s drive shaft and rear axle. This drives the pinion gears clockwise. The sun gear shaft is splined on one end to the direct clutch housing and to the sun gear at the other.REVERSE 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2 POWER TRANSFERS THROUGH OVERDRIVE PLANETARY GEARSET OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING 3 DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED 5 LOW AND REVERSE BAND (657) APPLIED 4 SUN GEAR (650) DRIVING 6 REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) HELD 7 REACTION INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH ON OFF HOLDING REVERSE OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. the reaction carrier pinion gears drive the reaction internal gear in a reverse direction. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) TURBINE SHAFT (502) LOW ROLLER CLUTCH (644) LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO APPLIED ➤ 52 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). to drive the direct clutch housing (623). 3 Direct Clutch Applied DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY SUN GEAR (650) DRIVING The direct clutch plates (611. overdrive sun gear [part of the overrun clutch housing (504)] counterclockwise and overruns the overdrive roller clutch to allow the vehicle to coast. Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset Engine torque is transmitted from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing (602) in the same manner as Park range . 4 Sun Gear Driving OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) Engine torque is transferred from the direct clutch housing. 7 Reaction Internal Gear Driven OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH DRIVING HUB (615) The reaction internal gear is part of the output carrier assembly and the output shaft (671) is splined to the output carrier assembly. • The manual shaft (708) and manual valve (319) are in the Reverse position. The planetary gear sets operate in reduction and also reverse the direction of input torque for a reverse gear ratio of approximately 2. which is connected to the forward clutch housing. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND APPLIED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ POWER TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY In Reverse (R).a 1:1 direct drive through the overdrive planetary gear set. LOW AND REVERSE BAND (657) APPLIED REACTION INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN Figure 48 52A .08:1. thus the output shaft is rotating in reverse. 618) are applied and allow the direct clutch driving hub (615). ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH APPLIED LOW INTER. 5 Rear Brake Band Applied SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING (623) The rear brake band (657) is applied and holds the reaction carrier assembly. The sun gear is in mesh with and drives the reaction pinion gears. power from vehicle speed (output shaft) drives the forward clutch housing faster than engine speed is driving the overdrive carrier. through the sun gear shaft (649) and to the sun gear (650). which is splined to the converter turbine. REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) HELD OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) When the throttle is released in Reverse.

1-2 signal fluid is also routed to the 3-4 shift valve. Torque signal fluid pressure from the pressure control (PC) solenoid acting on the reverse boost valve also helps determine line pressure in Reverse depending on throttle position and other PCM input signals. PRN ACTR FD LO ➤ EX EX RBA 1a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid is routed through the 1-2 shift valve. ➤ 1 PRESSURE REGULATION 1a Manual Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ 1b Pressure Regulator and Reverse Boost Valves: 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ 2ND CL Reverse fluid at the reverse boost valve boosts line pressure for the additional torque requirements in Reverse. 1c Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch: ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 LOW AND REVERSE BAND APPLIES 2a #7 Ball Check Valve MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REV EX 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE LO 3RD/REVERSE Located in the case. PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE 2ND ACCUM ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ 2b ➤ ➤ 23 2a #7 REVERSE ➤ With the manual valve in the reverse position. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND APPLIED ON OFF REVERSE DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) When the gear selector lever is moved to the Reverse (R) position (from the Park position) the following changes occur in the transmission’s hydraulic and electrical systems.O. ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ SIGNAL ➤ ➤ The 1-2 SS valve remains energized (ON). it blocks the reverse fluid passage forcing reverse fluid through orifice #16 in the control valve body spacer plate into the reverse fluid passage to the #11 ball check valve. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. PRND4 and PRND43 fluid circuits already pressurized in Park. 2-3 signal fluid exhausts at the 2-3 SS valve with the solenoid deenergized.REVERSE SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.O.O. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 53 . PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE REVERSE SUCTION PRND4 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV DRIVE PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 4b 5 REVERSE ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIES 3a #9 Ball Check Valve PRND43 ➤ ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 20 4a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ AIR BLEED (210) D 2 LUBE P ➤ RND FILTER (317) ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE RBA fluid pressure moves the low and reverse band servo piston and low and reverse band servo piston pin against spring force to apply the low and reverse band assembly. 1-2 signal fluid pressure is high (dark blue) with the 1-2 SS valve energized and keeps the 1-2 shift valve in the downshifted position against spring force and actuator feed fluid pressure. enters the Rear Band Apply (RBA) circuit and is orificed to the low and reverse band servo assembly. REV LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 3a 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ EX ➤ N. 3b #11 Ball Check Valve ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD REV ➤ 1c PRND43 ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE REG LINE ➤ 1-2 SOL N. 3rd/ reverse fluid acts on the inner area of the direct clutch piston to apply the direct clutch plates. OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ #9 ➤ 16 ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ 3b #11 EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 1b ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 4 FLUID PRESSURE DIRECTED IN PREPARATION FOR A SHIFT 4a 1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve EX ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid then seats the #11 ball check valve against the 3rd clutch circuit and enters the 3rd/reverse circuit. ON ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ REVERSE LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) EX EX TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN TORQUE SIGNAL 4b 2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve ➤ LINE ➤ TORQUE 3RD/REV 1-2 SIG REVERSE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 78 EX 15 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX 52B Figure 49 ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT ➤ 3RD CL FILTER (302) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The 2-3 SS valve remains de-energized (OFF). line pressure is directed into the reverse fluid circuit in addition to the PRN. creating low pressure (light blue) in the 2-3 signal fluid circuit. The TFP manual valve position switch signals the PCM that the transmission is in Reverse. ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) REAR BAND APPLY FBA Reverse fluid is routed to the TFP manual valve position switch. PRND4 ➤ PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE PRN LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO ➤ 2b Low and Reverse Band Servo Assembly MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Note: Remember that the function of an orifice is to control the flow rate of fluid and rate of apply or release of a clutch or band. seats the #7 ball check valve against the lo fluid circuit. This allows actuator feed fluid pressure and spring force to keep the 2-3 shift valve in the downshifted position.

OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) TURBINE SHAFT (502) OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY TURBINE SHAFT (514) (502) 3 Powerflow Terminated PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) All clutches and bands are released and power flow is terminated at the forward clutch housing (602). mechanical power flow is identical to Park (P) range. 2 Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset Engine torque is transmitted from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing (602) in the same manner as Park range . OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING CONVERTER HUB OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY (710) Figure 50 ➤ PARKING PAWL (703) DISENGAGED PARKING PAWL RETURN SPRING (705) 54A . The parking pawl return spring (705) releases the parking lock pawl (703) from the teeth on the output carrier assembly (661). except that the parking lock actuator assembly (710) is disengaged. Neutral range may be selected for starting the engine when the vehicle is standing still or moving down the road. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER.NEUTRAL 2 1 POWER POWER FROM OVERDRIVE TRANSFERS TORQUE ROLLER THROUGH CONVERTER CLUTCH OVERDRIVE (1) (512) PLANETARY HOLDING GEARSET NEUTRAL (Engine Running) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. • The manual shaft (708) and manual valve (319) are in the Neutral position.a 1:1 direct drive through the overdrive planetary gear set. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND (Engine Running) 3 POWERFLOW TERMINATED ON OFF ➤ ➤ NO POWER TRANSMITTED TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY When the gear selector lever is placed in the Neutral (N) position. With the parking lock pawl disengaged the output shaft is free to rotate allowing the vehicle to roll. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY (1) 54 ➤ ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING (602) ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). which is splined to the converter turbine.

PRND43 ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ 2a Direct Clutch: ➤ AIR BLEED (210) D LUBE 2 DIRECT CLUTCH RELEASES 2 ➤ P RND FILTER (317) ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE PRN LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid exhausts from the TFP manual valve position switch and past the manual valve. the shift solenoids will remain in a Second gear state. ON ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND NEUTRAL (Engine Running) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ON OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1a Manual Valve: The manual valve is moved to the Neutral position and blocks line pressure from entering the reverse circuit. the following changes would occur in the hydraulic system: 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 55 . ➤ ➤ 2ND CL ➤ 1b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 23 1c #7 ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 LOW AND REVERSE BAND RELEASES ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ When the gear selector lever is moved to the Neutral (N) position. TFP SWITCH 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3rd/reverse fluid from the inner area of the direct clutch piston exhausts past the #11 ball check valve and into the reverse circuit to the #9 ball check valve. the hydraulic and electrical system operation is identical to Park (P) range. if Neutral is selected after the vehicle was operating in Reverse (R). EX EX TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2c 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ N. drive fluid exhausts and the transmission will shift into Neutral. SUCTION PRND4 2c #9 Ball Check Valve: PRESSURE REG LINE 1-2 SOL EX N. ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE 2ND ACCUM ➤ FBA ➤ ➤ 1c #7 Ball Check Valve: 3RD/REVERSE Rear Band Apply (RBA) fluid exhausts from the low and reverse band servo to the #7 ball check valve allowing the low and reverse band to release. PRN ACTR FD LO ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ RBA ➤ ➤ ➤ 1e Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch: ➤ 1a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid exhausts from the reverse boost valve. However. Reverse fluid then flows through the 1-2 shift valve and to the manual valve where it exhausts. 1b Low and Reverse Band Servo Assembly: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) REAR BAND APPLY RBA fluid forces the #7 ball check valve against the lo fluid circuit and enters the reverse fluid circuit.O. REV EX 2-3 DRIVE DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2b #11 Ball Check Valve: PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid exhausts from the outer area of the direct clutch piston and past the manual valve. The reverse fluid circuit is opened to an exhaust at the manual valve. For example. Neutral and Overdrive gear ranges. if Neutral range is selected when the vehicle is operating in Second gear.NEUTRAL (Engine Running) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER. However. OFF ➤ ➤ #9 ➤ ➤ 16 REVERSE 2b #11 EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1d ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE 5 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Note: Allowing fluid to bypass an orifice when exhausting ensures a quick release of the clutch or band. This prevents the friction material from “dragging” and creating excess fluid temperatures or damaging the clutch or band. ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ REV ➤ DRIVE ➤ DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 19 ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ Reverse fluid unseats the #9 ball check valve to bypass orifice #16. allowing line pressure to return to the normal operating range as in Park.O. But with the manual valve in Neutral. flows into the reverse circuit and exhausts past the manual valve. Reverse and Neutral the shift solenoids are shown in the First gear state. signaling the powertrain control module (PCM) that the transmission is in either Neutral (N) or Park (P). This is the normal operating state when the vehicle is stationary or at low vehicle speeds. 1d Reverse Boost Valve PRND43 ➤ DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ACTR FD REV LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 1e ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 PRN ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) ➤ 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL LINE ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ TORQUE 1-2 SIG REVERSE ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 80 EX 15 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX 54B Figure 51 ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT ➤ 3RD CL FILTER (302) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Note: In Park.O. line pressure is blocked. the PCM will change the shift solenoid states depending on vehicle speed.

ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH HOLDING LOW & REV BAND ON OFF * * HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 8 POWER TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY In Overdrive Range D .First Gear. MAIN SHAFT (662) REACTION INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN • When the throttle is released in Overdrive Range . The output carrier pinion gears drive the sun gear which in turn drives the reaction carrier pinion gears. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ ➤ TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) CASE (7) CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) 56 ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). The reaction pinion gears attempt to rotate counterclockwise on their pins and walk around the internal gear of the output carrier. 4 Rear Internal Gear Driving The output carrier pinion gears are in mesh with and driven by the rear internal gear. it is desirable to shift the transmission to a lower gear ratio. The planetary gears operate in reduction to achieve a First gear starting ratio of approximately 2. 5 Sun Gear Driven OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) The sun gear (650) is in mesh with both the output and reaction carrier pinion gear sets. 611) are applied and power flow is directed to the forward clutch hub (613). The main shaft (662) is splined to the forward clutch hub and transfers power flow to the rear internal gear (666). located between the reaction carrier and the center support (640) which is splined to the case. 8 Power to Differential Assembly LOW ROLLER CLUTCH (644) HOLDING SUN GEAR (650) DRIVEN With the reaction carrier held. 6 Reaction Internal Gear Driven OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) DRIVEN TURBINE SHAFT (502) The reaction carrier pinion gears are in mesh with the internal gear of the output carrier assembly (661). 3 Foward Clutch Applied FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) The forward clutch plates (610. less torque multiplication is needed for maximum efficiency.First Gear.48:1. or Second gear. • The manual shaft (708) and manual valve (319) are in the Overdrive D position. See Manual First (page 72A) for a description of power flow during coast conditions in First gear. Therefore. which is splined to the converter turbine. ➤ ➤ 2 Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset Engine torque is transmitted from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing (602) in the same manner as Park range . engages and holds the reaction carrier assembly from rotating counterclockwise. power from the vehicle wheels drives the transmission components faster than engine torque is driving them. As vehicle speed increases. torque from the engine is multiplied through the torque converter and transmission gear sets to the vehicle’s drive shaft. This causes both the lo roller clutch and the overdrive roller clutch to overrun and allow the vehicle to coast. REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) HELD Figure 52 56A . the reaction pinion gears drive the output carrier assembly and output shaft to achieve the First gear starting ratio of approximately 2. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER.a 1:1 direct drive through the overdrive planetary gear set.48:1.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2 POWER TRANSFERS THROUGH OVERDRIVE PLANETARY GEARSET OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING 3 FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED 5 SUN GEAR (650) DRIVEN 7 4 6 LOW REAR REACTION REACTION ROLLER INTERNAL INTERNAL CARRIER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY GEAR GEAR (644) (666) DRIVEN (651) HOLDING DRIVING HELD 1-2 OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR SOLENOID 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. 7 Low Roller Clutch Holding REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) DRIVING OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) The low roller clutch assembly (644).

➤ ➤ LINE SUCTION ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.First Gear. However.O. the orifices do not allow enough pressure to build in the circuit to move the intermediate clutch piston. ➤ DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH 3RD CLUTCH ➤ EX 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD ACCUMULATOR REAR BAND APPLY ➤ Drive fluid is routed to the TFP manual valve position switch to signal the powertrain control module (PCM) that the transmission is in Overdrive Range D . The low and reverse band servo functions as an accumulator for 2nd clutch fluid to cushion the intermediate clutch apply in Second gear. This prevents air from accumulating in the 2nd clutch fluid circuit through the orificed cup plug in the center support. ON ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ Accumulator fluid is also routed into the 2nd accumulator circuit and acts on the 1-2 accumulator piston in the low and reverse band servo. OFF ➤ ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE 5 2-3 SIGNAL 4 FLUID PRESSURE DIRECTED IN PREPARATION FOR A SHIFT: 4a 1-2 Shift Valve: PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Note: Some HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E applications use a ball check valve (#2) in the case cavity between the accumulator fluid circuit and the 2nd accumulator fluid circuit.O. AIR BLEED (210) D LUBE P RND 2 1 LO 8 9 PRND43 ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) 3c 3RD ACCUM ➤ 4TH ACCUM Accumulator fluid seats the #6 ball check valve. is forced through orifice #9 into the 3rd accumulator circuit and fills the 3rd accumulator with fluid. 3 SHIFT ACCUMULATION: 3a Accumulator Valve: FBA ➤ ➤ DRIVE 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ DRIVE ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ACCUM ➤ DRIVE 3d Low and Reverse Band Servo (1-2 Accumulator): REAR ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ 2b LO REV PRESSURE REG TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) EX EX TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ 4b #21 and #22 Orifices: LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ EX ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ PRN ➤ TCC REG OFF COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 82 EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT 15 REGULATED APPLY 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 4TH CL FD 1-2 SIG FILTER (302) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED 56B Figure 53 ➤ ➤ The two orifices (#21 and #22) between the 2nd clutch circuit and drive circuit allow drive fluid to bleed into the 2nd clutch circuit in First gear (when 2nd clutch fluid is not present). The manual valve also blocks line pressure from entering the PRN fluid circuit and opens the PRN fluid circuit to exhaust. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. 1 MANUAL VALVE: 2a In the Overdrive position the manual valve routes line pressure into the drive fluid circuit. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH HOLDING LOW & REV BAND ON OFF OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) * * HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE When the gear selector lever is moved to the Overdrive Range D position from the Neutral (N) position the following changes occur to shift the transmission into Overdrive Range . 2 FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIES: 2a Forward Clutch Assembly: ➤ 2ND CL ➤ 2b Transmission Fluid Pressure (TFP) Manual Valve Position Switch: PRND43 3d ➤ 21 2ND CLUTCH Drive fluid is routed to the forward clutch piston to apply the forward clutch plates and obtain a First gear ratio through the transmission gear sets.O. ➤ ➤ 3b #5 Ball Check Valve: 4TH CLUTCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 7 ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ ➤ Drive fluid is also directed to the accumulator valve where it is regulated into accumulator fluid pressure in response to torque signal fluid pressure and accumulator valve spring force. REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ EX ➤ N. 4TH CL FD EX FBA ➤ PRN TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ 3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ Drive fluid is routed to the 1-2 shift valve in preparation for an upshift to second gear. Refer to the appropriate General Motors Service Manual for specific application.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ ➤ #2 ➤ 22 ➤ 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 4b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 57 . is forced through orifice #8 into the 4th accumulator circuit and fills the 4th accumulator with fluid. Air in the circuit would create excess cushion when applying the intermediate clutch. PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE REV 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 19 DRIVE ➤ ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 4a 3b 1-2 SOL EX N. ACTUATOR FEED PRN PRND4 PRND43 REVERSE PRND4 LINE ➤ D321 D 21 LO ➤ 3c #6 Ball Check Valve: ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) 3a ACCUM ACCUM ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Accumulator fluid seats the #5 ball check valve.

MAIN SHAFT (662) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) HELD CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) • In Overdrive Range . 9 Power to Differential Assembly The output carrier assembly is splined to the output shaft (671). or Third gear. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF HOLDING APPLIED HOLDING ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 9 POWER TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY As vehicle speed increases. ➤ DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING 623 HELD INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) HOLDING SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) HELD 58 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset Engine torque is transmitted from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing (602) in the same manner as Park range . input signals from the transmission speed sensors (input and output). 3 Foward Clutch Applied FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) The forward clutch plates (610. the intermediate sprag clutch and overdrive roller clutch (512) overrun when the throttle is released to allow the vehicle to coast. As vehicle speed increases. 7 Sun Gear Held The sun gear (650) is splined to the sun gear shaft and is also held. the direct clutch housing and sun gear shaft are also held. The main shaft (662) is splined to the forward clutch hub and transfers power flow to the rear internal gear (666). Figure 54 58A . the planetary gear sets continue to operate in reduction at a gear ratio of approximately 1. walk around the stationary sun gear.48:1. 611) are applied and power flow is directed to the forward clutch hub (613). 10 Low Roller Clutch Overruns The output carrier also drives the reaction carrier pinion gears which. MAIN SHAFT (662) 4 Rear Internal Gear Driving The output carrier pinion gears are in mesh with and driven by the rear internal gear. In Second gear. and other vehicle sensors are sent to the powertrain control module (PCM). and power is delivered to the differential assembly. located between the direct clutch housing and intermediate sprag outer race (625).a 1:1 direct drive through the overdrive planetary gear set. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502).Second Gear. which is splined to the converter turbine. throttle position (TP) sensor. 5 Intermediate Clutch Applied OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) TURBINE SHAFT (502) The intermediate clutch plates (631.OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 2 POWER TRANSFERS THROUGH OVERDRIVE PLANETARY GEARSET OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING 3 FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED 5 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED 6 10 8 INTERMEDIATE LOW OUTPUT SPRAG ROLLER CARRIER CLUTCH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (624) (644) (661) HOLDING OVERRUNNING DRIVEN 7 SUN GEAR (650) HELD 4 REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) DRIVING OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. 632) are applied and hold the intermediate sprag outer race. OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) 8 Output Carrier Driven INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED CASE (7) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) DRIVEN SUN GEAR (650) HELD REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) DRIVING The output carrier pinion gears walk around the stationary sun gear. engages. See Manual Second (page 70A) a for description of power flow during coast conditions. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. similar to the output carrier pinion gears. With the outer race held. This drives the output carrier assembly (661) to achieve a Second gear ratio. 6 Intermediate Sprag Clutch Holding OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) The intermediate sprag clutch (624). The PCM processes this information to determine the precise moment to shift the transmission. it is desirable to shift the transmission to a lower gear ratio. This drives the reaction carrier (651) clockwise and overruns the low roller clutch (644). less torque multiplication is needed to move the vehicle efficiently. Therefore.

LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV DRIVE ➤ 19 4 ➤ 2nd accumulator fluid is forced out of the low and reverse band servo when 2nd clutch fluid pressure moves the 1-2 accumulator piston and compresses the 1-2 accumulator piston spring. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure and accumulator spring force regulate the accumulator valve against torque signal fluid pressure. Drive fluid is routed through the 1-2 shift valve and into the 2-3 drive fluid circuit. and into the Front Band Apply (FBA) circuit. ➤ ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 2b Accumulator Valve: ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 1b 1a 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N. the orifices do not allow enough pressure to build in the circuit to move the intermediate clutch piston. The 1-2 SS valve is OFF when the PCM eliminates the path to ground for that circuit.Second Gear. OFF ➤ ➤ EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 5 ➤ 2-3 drive fluid is also routed through the 2-3 shift valve. Note: The two orifices (#21 and #22) between the 2nd clutch circuit and drive circuit allow drive fluid to bleed into the 2nd clutch circuit in First gear (when 2nd clutch fluid is not present). which is in the downshifted position. PRND43 ➤ REAR AIR BLEED (210) ➤ 2 DRIVE D LUBE P RND 8 9 1 LUBE PIPE (39) LO ➤ 3RD ACCUM ➤ 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 2a Low and Reverse Band Servo (1-2 Accumulator): MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) 2b ACCUM ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 7 ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ ➤ 2nd clutch fluid is directed to the intermediate clutch piston to apply the intermediate clutch plates and achieve Second gear. 2nd clutch fluid is forced against 2nd accumulator fluid pressure and 1-2 accumulator piston spring force to cushion the apply of the intermediate clutch. However. the powertrain control module (PCM) receives input signals from both the input and output speed sensors. PRND4 LO TFP SWITCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2c Manual 2-1 Band Servo: ➤ ➤ LINE (from Pump) EX EX TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ LINE FILTER (75) ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD EX ➤ FBA PRN TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE EX LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ OFF EX 58B COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 84 ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ PRN TCC REG REGULATED APPLY PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT 15 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 4TH CL FD 1-2 SIG 3a FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED Figure 55 ➤ ➤ 2-3 drive fluid is also directed through the PWM solenoid screen. FBA fluid seats the #3 ball check valve and is orificed to the apply side of the manual 2-1 band servo piston. OFF REVERSE ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2nd clutch fluid is also sent to the 1-2 accumulator piston in the low and reverse band servo assembly. the throttle position (TP) sensor and other vehicle sensors to determine the precise moment to de-energize or “turn OFF” the 1-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve. 1b 1-2 Shift Valve: 2ND CL Actuator feed fluid pressure and 1-2 shift valve spring force move the 1-2 shift valve into the upshifted position. FBA fluid has no effect in Overdrive Range .O. 2a 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 2c ➤ ➤ 1c ➤ 3RD CLUTCH EX ➤ #3 #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 59 . 1c #4 Ball Check Valve: FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH PRND43 1d Intermediate Clutch: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN ➤ D 21 EX EX ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ACCUM ➤ ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 D321 LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ PRND43 ➤ LO REV FRONT BAND APPLY PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION LINE ➤ ➤ REV ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. This allows excess 2nd accumulator fluid to exhaust into the lo circuit and past the manual valve. This keeps the converter clutch in the released position under normal operating conditions. Air in the circuit would create excess cushion when applying the intermediate clutch. allowing 1-2 signal and 2-3 signal fluids to exhaust and create low pressure in these circuits. With PRND43 fluid pressure and spring force acting on the release side of the piston. the manual 2-1 band stays in the released position.O. DRIVE 1d 1 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIES 1a 1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve: ➤ The 1-2 SS valve and the 2-3 SS valve are de-energized. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. Figure 55 shows the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve de-energized.) LINE ➤ 3 SIGNAL 3 TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH RELEASED 3a TCC (PWM) Solenoid Valve: ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ EX ➤ N. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF HOLDING APPLIED HOLDING OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) As vehicle speed increases. REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ DRIVE 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) FBA ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #2 ➤ 22 ➤ 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 12 ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 18 17 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 drive fluid seats the #4 ball check valve. (See Electrical Components section.OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. thereby blocking filtered 2-3 drive fluid from entering the TCC signal circuit at the solenoid. 2nd accumulator fluid flows into the accumulator and orificed accumulator fluid circuits.O. This prevents air from accumulating in the 2nd clutch fluid circuit through the orificed cup plug in the center support. passes through two orifices (#17 and #18) and enters the 2nd clutch fluid circuit. into the filtered 2-3 drive circuit and to the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve.

As vehicle speed increases. the output carrier pinion gears are locked and force the output carrier assembly to rotate at the same speed. This drives the reaction carrier assembly in a clockwise direction. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. 1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). throttle position (TP) sensor. In Third gear. 10 Low Roller Clutch Overruns MAIN SHAFT (662) The reaction carrier pinion gears are also locked between the output carrier and sun gear which are both driving at converter turbine speed. and other vehicle sensors are sent to the PCM. providing a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio between the converter turbine and output shaft. or Fourth gear. 2 ➤ ➤ DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) OVERRUNNING SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) 60 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 Power Transfers Through the Overdrive Planetary Gearset Engine torque is transmitted from the torque converter turbine to the forward clutch housing (602) in the same manner as Park range . 8 Power to Differential Assembly REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) DRIVING OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) The output shaft assembly (671) is connected to the output carrier and provides the power output to the vehicle drive shaft to obtain a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio through the transmission gear sets.a 1:1 direct drive through the overdrive planetary gear set. The PCM uses this information to determine the precise moment to shift the transmission into Third gear. DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) 7 Output Carrier Driven OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) HOLDING OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) DRIVEN TURBINE SHAFT (502) With the sun gear and rear internal gear both turning at converter turbine speed. transfers power flow to the sun gear. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 8 POWER TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY As vehicle speed increases further. 9 Intermediate Clutch Applied CASE (7) SUN GEAR (650) DRIVING The intermediate clutch plates (631. splined to both the direct clutch housing and sun gear (650). Forward Clutch Applied The forward clutch plates (610. 611) are applied and power flow is directed to the forward clutch hub (613). it is desirable to shift to an overdrive gear ratio. INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) HELD CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) • In Overdrive Range . all three planetary gear sets rotate at the same speed.OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR 1 POWER FROM TORQUE CONVERTER (1) 10 9a 9 5 3 2 7 6 4 LOW POWER OVERDRIVE FORWARD DIRECT INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE OUTPUT SUN REAR ROLLER SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH TRANSFERS ROLLER CARRIER GEAR INTERNAL CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED THROUGH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (650) GEAR (644) (624) OVERDRIVE (512) (661) DRIVING (666) OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING DRIVEN PLANETARY HOLDING DRIVING GEARSET OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. 9a Intermediate Sprag Clutch Overruns With the direct clutch housing rotating clockwise. See Manual Third (page 66A) for a description of power flow during coast conditions. less torque multiplication is required to operate the engine efficiently. The main shaft (662) is splined to the forward clutch hub and transfers power flow to the rear internal gear (666). causing the low roller clutch (644) to overrun. Figure 56 60A . 5 Direct Clutch Applied OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING (504) TURBINE SHAFT (502) The direct clutch plates are applied and engine torque is transferred from the forward clutch housing to the direct clutch housing (623).Third Gear the overdrive roller clutch (512) overruns when the throttle is released to allow the vehicle to coast. Therefore. the intermediate sprag clutch (624) overruns and does not affect power flow. input signals from both transmission speed sensors (input and output). 632) are applied and hold the intermediate sprag outer race (625) stationary to the case. which is splined to the converter turbine. FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) 4 MAIN SHAFT (662) Rear Internal Gear Driving The output carrier pinion gears are in mesh with and driven by the rear internal gear. 6 Sun Gear Driving The sun gear shaft (649).

➤ #2 ➤ ➤ 22 4TH ACCUM MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 2-3 DRIVE 3rd clutch feed fluid seats the #8 ball check valve. ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 61 . Filtered 2-3 drive fluid exhausts through the solenoid. into the lo fluid circuit and past the manual valve. 1 DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIES 1a 2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve Eneergized: DRIVE 1 ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 drive fluid is routed through the 2-3 shift valve and enters the 3rd clutch feed circuit. This prevents 2-3 signal fluid from exhausting at the 2-3 SS valve. thus releasing the manual 2-1 band. 3rd/reverse fluid is directed to the inner area of the direct clutch piston (619) where it applies the direct clutch plates (611.O. However.O. ON ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED 11 1b #8 1c ➤ 3a #11 1d ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH RELEASED 4a TCC (PWM) Solenoid Valve: EX EX EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 5 3RD CLUTCH ➤ Front Band Apply (FBA) fluid is open to an exhaust port at the 2-3 shift valve. REAR PRND43 ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 2 DRIVE ➤ D LUBE P RND 8 ➤ ➤ 9 ➤ 1 LUBE PIPE (39) LO ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM 2b # 5 Ball Check Valve: FILTER (317) 2c ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3rd clutch fluid is directed to the 3rd accumulator piston (405). #3 ➤ #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD ACCUMULATOR 2a ➤ 1b 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ High 2-3 signal fluid pressure (dark blue) overcomes the force from actuator feed fluid and the 2-3 shift valve return spring (309) and moves the 2-3 shift valve (312) to the upshifted position. the PCM receives input signals from both speed sensors. ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO RELEASES 3a 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1a ➤ SUCTION TFP SWITCH ➤ Accumulator fluid flows through orifice #6 and enters the orificed accumulator circuit. PRND4 LO ➤ N. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) As vehicle speed increases.OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. flows through an orifice and enters the 3rd clutch circuit. allowing FBA fluid to exhaust from the front servo assembly.O. The piston is forced against 3rd accumulator fluid pressure and 3rd clutch accumulator spring (50) force to cushion the apply of the direct clutch plates. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure and spring force regulate the accumulator valve against torque signal fluid pressure to exhaust excess accumulator fluid through the valve. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. thereby keeping the torque converter clutch released. 3rd accumulator fluid unseats the #5 ball check valve and enters the accumulator fluid circuit. the TP sensor and other vehicle sensors to determine the precise moment to energize or “turn ON” the 2-3 shift solenoid (SS) valve. under normal operating conditions the PCM keeps the pulse width modulated (PWM) solenoid de-energized. 618) to obtain Third gear. LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) TCC REG REGULATED APPLY PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 5 PRN 3-4 SHIFT ➤ 3RD CL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ 15 REVERSE 5 PREPERATION FOR SHIFT TO FOURTH GEAR: 4a FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX EX Figure 57 ➤ 3 ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Filtered 2-3 drive fluid is still available at the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve. thereby increasing 2-3 signal fluid pressure. ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 2c Accumulator Valve: ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 2b 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3rd accumulator fluid is forced out of the 3rd accumulator when 3rd clutch fluid pressure moves the piston and compresses the spring. The 2-3 solenoid is ON when the PCM provides a path to ground for that electrical circuit. D 21 EX EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 ➤ TORQUE SIG ACCUM MANUAL VALVE ➤ DRIVE ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTR FD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD CLUTCH 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 2a 3rd Accumulator: ➤ 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ 3rd clutch fluid seats the #11 ball check valve against the reverse circuit and enters the 3rd/reverse circuit. 4TH CL FD ➤ EX ➤ FBA TORQUE SIGNAL N. ➤ 3 ➤ EX ➤ 3RD/REVERSE 1c #8 Ball Check Valve: FRONT BAND APPLY PRND43 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY FBA DRIVE 1d #11 Ball Check Valve: 12 ➤ 18 17 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 D321 LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20 PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ LO REV 3RD/REVERSE FRONT BAND APPLY PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL REV LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. OFF REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED PRN ➤ FILTER (75) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE 3RD/REV 1-2 SIG OFF EX 60B COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 86 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ • PRND4 fluid is also routed through the upshifted 2-3 shift valve. This fluid enters the 4th clutch feed circuit and is directed to the downshifted 3-4 shift valve (308) in preparation for a shift to 4th gear.

1 Power from Torque Converter ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The overdrive carrier assembly (514) is driven by the turbine shaft (502). • Power flow from the forward clutch housing to the output shaft (671) is the same as Overdrive Range . This is due to the 4th clutch plates holding the overrun clutch housing and sun gear stationary. 2 Fourth Clutch Applied ➤ ➤ The 4th clutch plates (525. However.75:1. This allows the vehicle to maintain a given road speed with less engine output speed. As the overdrive carrier assembly rotates clockwise. CASE (7) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) SUN GEAR (650) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) OVERRUNNING INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED MAIN SHAFT (662) CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) HELD 62 Figure 58 62A . The 4th clutch housing is held stationary to the transmission case by the 4th clutch feed bolt (26). due to the gear ratio in Overdrive. 5 Overdrive Internal Gear Driven The overdrive carrier pinion gears are also in mesh with the overdrive internal gear which is part of the forward clutch housing (602). ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON ON APPLIED OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ POWER TO DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY To maximize engine performance and fuel economy. the vehicle is not allowed to coast. With power flow driving from the vehicle drive shaft. page 12).OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR 6 4 5 3 2 1 LOW POWER FROM FOURTH OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE FORWARD DIRECT INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE ROLLER CARRIER INTERNAL SUN ROLLER SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH TORQUE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY GEAR GEAR CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED CONVERTER APPLIED (512) (514) DRIVEN HELD (644) (624) (1) OVERRUNNING DRIVING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. Therefore. However. Because neither the roller clutches nor the sprag is used in driving the vehicle during acceleration. the forward clutch housing attempts to drive the overdrive carrier pinions and overdrive carrier assembly faster than engine speed drives the turbine shaft. The gear ratio through the overdrive planetary gearset is approximately . 6 Overdrive Roller Clutch Overruns TURBINE SHAFT (502) OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) OVERRUNNING 4TH CLUTCH FEED BOLT (26) CASE (7) TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) With the overdrive carrier rotating around the stationary overrun clutch housing. • The converter clutch is applied and converter turbine speed equals engine speed (see torque converter. the overdrive roller clutch is used as a driving member and will overrun when the throttle is released to allow the vehicle to coast. When the throttle is released in Overdrive Range .75:1 through the transmission gear sets to the vehicle drive shaft. 526) are splined to the 4th clutch housing (529) and overrun clutch housing (504). Refer to page 60A for a description of this power flow. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH OVERRUN APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. a Fourth gear (Overdrive) is used to achieve an approximate ratio of .Fourth Gear. 4 OVERDRIVE INTERNAL GEAR DRIVEN FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) Overdrive Carrier Assembly Driving 4TH CLUTCH APPLIED 4TH CLUTCH HOUSING (529) OVERDRIVE CARRIER OVERDRIVE ASSEMBLY SUN (514) OVERRUN GEAR DRIVING CLUTCH HELD HOUSING (504) Engine torque is transferred through the turbine shaft to the overdrive carrier assembly (514). 3 Overdrive Sun Gear Held The sun gear in the overdrive planetary gear set is part of the overrun clutch housing assembly and is also held stationary. engine compression slows the vehicle when the throttle is released until the transmission downshifts into Overdrive Range Third Gear. The 4th clutch plates are applied and hold the overrun clutch housing stationary. • With power flow between the forward clutch housing and the output shaft a 1:1 direct drive ratio.75:1. In Third gear.Third Gear. the turbine shaft and overdrive carrier are splined together and must turn at the same speed. the overall transmission gear ratio is . which is splined to the converter turbine. engine compression braking is not as noticeable by the driver as it is in the Manual gear ranges. the overdrive roller clutch (512) overruns. there are no elements to overrun to allow the vehicle to coast in Fourth gear. the overdrive carrier pinion gears rotate on their pins as they walk around the stationary overdrive sun gear.

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
(Torque Converter Clutch Released)
SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH OVERRUN APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640)

ON ON

OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING

DRIVE

1 4TH CLUTCH APPLIED 1a 1-2 Shift Valve:

2ND CL

2ND CLUTCH

2ND CLUTCH

4TH CLUTCH

2a

EX

3RD/REVERSE

#4

4TH ACCUMULATOR

3RD ACCUMULATOR

REAR BAND APPLY

#2

22

4TH ACCUM

14
➤ ➤

DRIVE

PRN

D 21

EX

EX

FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED

ACCUM ➤

➤ ➤

6

TORQUE SIG

ACTUATOR FEED

PRND4 PRND43

LINE ➤

REVERSE

PRND4

D321

LO

LUBE

P
AIR BLEED (210)

RND

2

REAR

1

DRIVE

D

8

9


➤ ➤

➤ ➤ 20

PRND43

REV

3RD/REVERSE

PRESSURE REG


LINE


ACTR FD

REV EX

2 2-3 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 2a 4th Accumulator:

LO

LINE

2b #6 Ball Check Valve:

BOOST

ORIFICED EX

2-3 SIGNAL

2-3 SIGNAL

LINE (from Pump)

EX EX

4TH CL FD EX FBA

PRN

FILTER (75) 4TH CLUTCH
ORIFICED REG APPLY
3 ➤

SIGNAL

TCC SIGNAL

FILT 2-3 DR

➤ TORQUE

3RD/REV

1-2 SIG

LINE

EX

OFF

EX

62B

COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 88

Figure 59

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

PRN

TCC REG
REGULATED APPLY

PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320)

10
➤ ➤

3-4 SHIFT
4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX

Figure 61 shows the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve de-energized by the PCM. The TCC (PWM) solenoid valve regulates filtered 2-3 drive fluid into the TCC signal circuit. Refer to pages 64 and 65 for a detailed description of TCC Apply.

4TH CL

FILTERED ACTR FD

#10

3RD CL

4TH CL FD

15

EX

REVERSE

3a

FILTER (302)

ACTUATOR FEED

3 TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH RELEASED 3a TCC (PWM) Solenoid Valve:

LINE

3RD/REV

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE
➤ ➤

2-3 DRIVE

TORQUE SIGNAL

N.O.

ON

3RD CLUTCH FEED

#8

1c

1b

11

#11

➤ ➤

LINE

2-3 SHIFT VALVE

Accumulator fluid passes through orifice #6 and enters the orificed accumulator circuit. Orificed accumulator fluid pressure and spring force regulate the accumulator valve against torque signal fluid pressure. This action exhausts excess accumulator fluid through the valve, into the lo fluid circuit and past the manual valve.

TORQUE SIG

ACTUATOR FEED

EX

2c Accumulator Valve:

EX

REVERSE

ACT FD LIMIT

PRND4

2-3 SOL EX

1-2 SIGNAL

ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED

2-3 DRIVE

5

3RD CLUTCH

4th accumulator fluid unseats the #6 ball check valve and enters the accumulator fluid circuit.

ACTUATOR FEED
➤ ➤

EX

PRND4

4th clutch fluid is also directed to the 4th accumulator piston. The 4th accumulator piston is forced against 4th accumulator fluid pressure and 4th accumulator spring force to cushion the apply of the 4th clutch plates. 4th accumulator fluid is forced out of the 4th accumulator when 4th clutch fluid pressure moves the piston and compresses the spring.

PRND4

2-3 DRIVE

TORQUE SIGNAL

4TH CLUTCH

REV

LINE

ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O.
PRND4

LO

N.O.

ON

REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL
➤ ➤

1-2 SIGNAL

DRIVE

CONV FD

REV

DRIVE

ACTUATOR FEED
➤ 19 4
➤ ➤

1a

SUCTION

TFP SWITCH

LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236)

2-3 DRIVE

1-2 SIGNAL

PRESSURE TAP (24)
➤ ➤

LO

FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE

1-2 SOL EX

1-2 SHIFT VALVE
➤ ➤

PRND43

LUBE PIPE (39)

2b
LO ➤

3RD ACCUM

4TH ACCUM

2c

Note: Orifice #7 between the 4th clutch circuit and drive circuit allows drive fluid to bleed into the 4th clutch circuit in all other gear ranges when 4th clutch fluid is not present. This prevents air from accumulating in the 4th clutch circuit through the orifice cup plug (530) in the 4th clutch housing (529). However, the orifice does not allow enough pressure to build in the circuit to move the 4th clutch piston. Air in the circuit would create excess cushion when applying the 4th clutch.

MANUAL VALVE

DRIVE

ORIFICED ACCUM

#6

ACCUM

#5

FILTER (317)

ACCUM

4TH CLUTCH

DRIVE

DRIVE


ACTR FD

ACCUMULATOR

3RD CLUTCH

4th clutch fluid seats the #10 ball check valve and is routed through orifice #10. 4th clutch fluid is then directed to the 4th clutch piston (528) to apply the 4th clutch plates (525, 526) and obtain Fourth gear.

7

1c #10 Ball Check Valve:

ACCUMULATOR

1-2 signal fluid pressure force at the 3-4 shift valve (308) overcomes the force from actuator feed fluid pressure and the return spring to move the valve to the upshifted position. 4th clutch feed fluid from the 2-3 shift valve flows through the 3-4 shift valve and enters the 4th clutch circuit.

18

17

DRIVE

1b 3-4 Shift Valve:

LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74)

TORQUE SIGNAL

3RD ACCUM

➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

2ND ACCUM

21

2-3 DRIVE

High 1-2 signal fluid pressure is not great enough to overcome the force from high 2-3 signal fluid pressure, actuator feed fluid pressure and spring force at the 1-2 shift valve (314). Therefore, the 1-2 shift valve stays in the upshifted position.

1


4TH CLUTCH

4TH CLUTCH

3RD CLUTCH

2ND CLUTCH

3RD/REVERSE


➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

Overdrive Range - Fourth Gear is used to maximize engine efficiency and fuel economy under most normal driving conditions. In order to shift the transmission into Fourth gear, the PCM receives input signals from both speed sensors, the TP sensor and other vehicle sensors to determine the precise moment to energize or “turn ON” the 1-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve. The 1-2 SS valve is ON when the PCM provides a path to ground for that electrical circuit. This prevents 1-2 signal fluid from exhausting at the 1-2 SS valve, thereby increasing 1-2 signal fluid pressure.

3RD/REVERSE



➤ ➤ ➤

➤ ➤ ➤

➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

63

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
(Torque Converter Clutch from Released to Applied)
TCC ENABL
EX
➤EX ➤

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
(Torque Converter Clutch from Released to Applied)
When the powertrain control module (PCM) determines that the engine and transmission are operating properly to engage the torque converter clutch (TCC), the PCM energizes the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve. The following events occur in order to apply the torque converter clutch: OFF At this time the Torque Converter Clutch is considered to be disengaged (OFF), 0% duty cycle. PCM decision to apply TCC (see page 44, in the Electrical Components section, for more information). Stage 1 The PCM pulses the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve to approximately 30% duty cycle from point S to point A. Filtered 2-3 drive fluid at the TCC (PWM) solenoid is “pulsed” into the TCC signal fluid circuit. The TCC signal fluid pressure at point A is strong enough to move the converter clutch shift valve and the TCC enable valve against their springs. With the converter clutch shift valve in the apply position, Release fluid can exhaust through the TCC enable valve. This stage is designed to move the converter clutch shift valve from the released to the applied position; there is not enough pressure to apply the TCC.
EX
➤EX ➤

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

75 50

0

S

TIME

APPLY/RETURN

TCC APPLY & RELEASE
➤ ➤

CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE RELEASE ➤

REG CONV FD


APPLY/RETURN
REG APPLY

RELEASE

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

3

DRIVE

REV PRND4

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY

STAGE 1 (S - A)

APPLY/RETURN

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

EX

ON

RELEASE ➤

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

TCC ENABL

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

75 50 25 0

S

TIME

APPLY/RETURN

TCC APPLY & RELEASE


APPLY/RETURN

RELEASE

LO

REG APPLY

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

3

DRIVE

REV PRND4

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY
➤ ➤ ➤


STAGE 2 (A - B)

APPLY/RETURN
➤ ➤


TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

EX

ON

RELEASE ➤

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

TCC ENABL

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

75 50 25 0 A S

C B

TIME

TCC APPLY & RELEASE
APPLY/RETURN

APPLY/RETURN
REG APPLY

RELEASE

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

3

DRIVE

REV

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY
➤ ➤ ➤

PRND4

STAGE 3 (B - C)

APPLY/RETURN

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

EX

ON

RELEASE

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

64

Figure 60

TFP SWITCH

PRND43

LO

COOLER

CONV LIMIT

TCC SIGNAL

CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE RELEASE

REG CONV FD

TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE

TCC ENABLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT


CONV FD REG CONV FD

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

100%

STAGE 3

TCC ENABLE REG CONV FEED TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

TFP SWITCH

PRND43


COOLER

CONV LIMIT

TCC SIGNAL


CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE ➤ RELEASE ➤

REG CONV FD

A

TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE

TCC ENABLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT


CONV FD REG CONV FD

B

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

100% STAGE 2

➤ TCC

REG CONV FEED TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

TFP SWITCH

PRND43

LO

COOLER

CONV LIMIT
LINE

TCC SIGNAL

25

A

TCC ENABLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT

TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE


CONV FD REG CONV FD

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

100% STAGE 1

➤ TCC

ENABLE ➤

REG CONV FEED TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

FRONT LUBE ➤

➤ ➤

EX EX

TCC REG

ENABLE ➤

FRONT LUBE ➤

EX EX

Stage 2 The TCC (PWM) solenoid valve duty cycle is ramped up from point A to point B to approximately 60%. TCC signal fluid pressure is now strong enough to move the TCC regulator apply valve against spring force. Line pressure from the pump enters the regulated apply circuit at the TCC regulator apply valve. Regulated apply fluid is routed to the converter clutch shift valve into the apply/return circuit. The pressure value in the regulated apply circuit should now be high enough to fully apply the TCC pressure plate. Slip speed should be at the correct value (near “0”). Stage 3 Now the regulated apply pressure is increased. This is caused by the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve duty cycle being increased from point B to point C, to approximately 70%. This extra pressure ensures that the apply force on the TCC pressure plate is not at the slip threshold, but a little above it. TCC plate material is therefore protected from damage due to slippage.

➤ ➤

➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

➤ ➤

TCC REG
LINE

EX EX

Note: Under normal operating conditons the torque converter clutch is in the released position during first, second and third gears. However, when the transmission fluid temperatures exceed approximately 121°C (250°F), the PCM will apply the torque converter clutch in second and third gears to help reduce fluid temperatures.

FRONT LUBE ➤

➤ ➤ ➤

EX EX

TCC REG

LINE

COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 88

64A

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
(Torque Converter Clutch from Applied to Released)
When the TCC pressure plate is applied, it is held against the torque converter cover. Since it is splined to the converter turbine hub, it provides a mechanical coupling (direct drive) of the engine to the transmission gear sets. This mechanical coupling eliminates the small amount of slippage that occurs in the fluid coupling of a torque converter, resulting in a more efficient transfer of engine torque through the transmission and to the drive wheels. ON At this time the Torque Converter Clutch is considered to be engaged (ON).

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR
(Torque Converter Clutch from Applied to Released)
TCC ENABL
EX EX
PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

75 50 25 0 A S

C B TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE

D

TCC ENABLE TCC ENABLE RELEASE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT

TIME

TCC APPLY & RELEASE
APPLY/RETURN

APPLY/RETURN
REG APPLY

RELEASE

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

3

Stage 4 During this stage, the apply/return pressure from the TCC regulator apply valve is decreased by the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve duty cycle dropping from point D to point E, to approximately 60%. Spring force pushes the valve back and closes off the flow of line fluid feeding the regulated apply circuit. This reduces the apply force on the TCC pressure plate to the slip threshold. This gets the TCC pressure plate ready for a smooth release. Stage 5 The TCC (PWM) solenoid valve duty cycle is ramped down from point E to point F through this stage. This action allows the regulated apply pressure to start at the slip threshold, and decrease to near “0” pressure over a very short time to point F. The regulated apply pressure value from the TCC regulator apply valve at this duty cycle (point F) should fully release the TCC pressure plate. Slip speed should be at the maximum value. Stage 6 The PCM pulses the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve to a value of “0”. Now the converter clutch shift valve and the TCC enable valve return to their released positions (away from the spring). Release fluid is now directed back to the torque converter. This stage is designed to move the converter clutch shift valve to the released position. OFF At this time the Torque Converter Clutch is considered to be disengaged (OFF). (Some PCM calibrations may allow stages 4 - 6 to happen very rapidly in almost a straight line down from point D to point G.) The PCM monitors for high TCC slip in second and third gears only. The transmission must be in hot mode or experiencing a wide open throttle maneuver in order for the TCC to be commanded on in second and third gear. If the PCM detects high TCC slip when the TCC is commanded ON, then Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0741 will set and the PCM will illuminate the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), inhibit TCC operation, increase line pressure and inhibit 4th gear. The DTC P0741 will then be stored in PCM history. If the PCM detects low TCC slip when the TCC is commanded OFF, then DTC P0742 will set and the PCM will illuminate the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), increase line pressure and freeze shift adapts. The DTC P0742 will then be stored in PCM history.

DRIVE

REV

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY
➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

PRND4

STAGE 4 (D - E)

APPLY/RETURN

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

F TIME

TCC APPLY & RELEASE
APPLY/RETURN

APPLY/RETURN
REG APPLY

RELEASE

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

DRIVE

REV PRND4

TCC ENABL

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT

TCC APPLY & RELEASE
APPLY/RETURN

APPLY/RETURN
REG APPLY

RELEASE

REV

LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. PRND4

DRIVE

DRIVE

REV PRND4

EX

OFF

COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 90

64B

Figure 61

RELEASE

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

STAGE 6 (F - G)

APPLY/RETURN

3

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

TFP SWITCH

PRND43

LO

COOLER

CONV LIMIT
LINE

TCC SIGNAL

0

S

F G

TIME

CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE RELEASE ➤

REG CONV FD

25

A

TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE

50

STAGE 6

TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

TCC ENABLE


➤ ➤

FRONT LUBE ➤

CONV FD REG CONV FD

TCC REG

B

75

C

D E

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

100%

STAGE 5 (E - F)

APPLY/RETURN

TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323)

TCC REG
EX
ON
➤ ➤

RELEASE

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

LINE

EX EX

TCC ENABLE REG CONV FEED

EX EX

➤ ➤

3

ORIFICED REG APPLY REGULATED APPLY

TFP SWITCH

PRND43

LO

COOLER

CONV LIMIT

TCC SIGNAL

0

S

CONVERTER FEED

TCC ENABLE RELEASE ➤

REG CONV FD

25

A

TCC APPLY FLUID PRESSURE

TCC ENABLE

CONV CLUTCH SHIFT

50


CONV FD REG CONV FD

B

75

C

D E

STAGE 5

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;;
➤ ➤ ➤

RELEASE

FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE

EX

ON

TCC ENABL

PERCENT DUTY CYCLE

100%

TCC ENABLE REG CONV FEED

TFP SWITCH

PCM decision to release TCC (see page 44, in the Electrical Components section, for more information).

PRND43

LO

COOLER

CONV LIMIT
LINE

TCC SIGNAL

CONVERTER FEED

REG CONV FD

CONV FD REG CONV FD

E


➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤

TORQUE CONVERTER (1)

100%

STAGE 4

TCC ENABLE REG CONV FEED TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

FRONT LUBE ➤

EX EX

➤ ➤ ➤

TCC REG

EX EX

TCC SIGNAL
➤ 24

FRONT LUBE ➤

EX EX

➤ ➤

65

➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #11 Note: Remember that the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve controls torque signal fluid pressure in relation to throttle position and other PCM input signals. OFF REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV ➤ ➤ SUCTION TFP SWITCH ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE (from Pump) EX EX ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ EX ➤ LINE FILTER (75) 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 4TH CL FD EX FBA PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE 3RD/REV 1-2 SIG LINE 4TH CL FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ #10 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OFF EX 66 Figure 62 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) PRN TCC REG PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 10 3-4 SHIFT 3RD CL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ 15 REVERSE FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 3 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD CLUTCH FEED 1e 3RD/REVERSE 1c ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL EX N.OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT (Torque Converter Clutch Released) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. A 4-3 downshift can also occur when the vehicle is decelerating during coast conditions or when load on the vehicle is increased. the following changes occur to the hydraulic system: 1 FOURTH CLUTCH RELEASES 1a 1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve De-energized: ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 signal fluid exhausts through the 1-2 SS valve and becomes low pressure at the 1-2 shift valve and 3-4 shift valve. actuator feed fluid pressure and 1-2 shift valve return spring force. 1c 3-4 Shift Valve ➤ ➤ ➤ Actuator feed fluid pressure and spring force move the 3-4 shift valve to the downshifted position.O.O. The TCC also releases under minimum and heavy throttle conditions. The accumulator valve regulates drive fluid into the accumulator circuit. During a 4-3 downshift.O. ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 5 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 19 4 ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ 1b 1a 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ON ➤ #8 ➤ 11 ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) D REAR LUBE P ➤ RND 2 1 LO 8 9 LUBE PIPE (39) 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM 2b ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ DRIVE ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ FILTER (317) ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH 7 ➤ ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ #5 ➤ ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 1d ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ A forced 4-3 downshift in Overdrive range occurs by increasing the throttle valve angle (percentage of accelerator pedal travel or throttle position) while the vehicle is operating in Fourth gear. if the TCC is applied in Fourth gear it will release prior to the transmission making a 4-3 downshift. Figure 63 shows the TCC (PWM) solenoid valve de-energized and the TCC released. 1b 1-2 Shift Valve ➤ ➤ ➤ The 1-2 shift valve remains in the upshifted position due to high 2-3 signal fluid pressure. flows through the 3-4 shift valve and to the #15 orifice to exhaust. Also. This blocks 4th clutch feed at the 3-4 shift valve and opens the 4th clutch fluid circuit to an orificed exhaust. 1d 4th Clutch Housing ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4th clutch fluid exhausts from the 4th clutch housing thus changing the power flow through the transmission from a Fourth gear (Overdrive) ratio to a Third gear ratio. Under normal operating conditions the PCM will keep the converter clutch released in Third gear. PRND4 ➤ N. 4th accumulator fluid pressure combines with spring force to move the 4th accumulator piston to a Third gear position. 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 2a 4th Accumulator ➤ ➤ ➤ 4th accumulator fluid fills the 4th accumulator when 4th clutch fluid is exhausting. COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 92 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 66A . Refer to pages 64A and 64B for descriptions of the torque converter clutch hydraulic and electrical circuits during release and apply. torque signal fluid pressure helps regulate drive fluid into accumulator pressure at the accumulator valve. A 4-3 downshift occurs when the PCM receives the appropriate input signals to de-energize or “turn OFF” current supply to the 1-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve (opens the ground path of the circuit). ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. 1e #10 Ball Check Valve ➤ ➤ Exhausting 4th clutch fluid unseats the #10 ball check valve. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND (Torque Converter Clutch Released) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING ➤ DRIVE 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CLUTCH 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 2ND CLUTCH 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD/REVERSE #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ 18 17 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ #2 ➤ ➤ 22 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN ➤ D 21 EX EX ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 D321 LO ➤ DRIVE ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ LO REV 3RD/REVERSE ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL 4TH CLUTCH REV LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. thereby increasing line pressure with increased throttle position. Also. Torque signal fluid pressure helps control line pressure by acting on the reverse boost valve. 2b Accumulator Valve ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ The 4th accumulator circuit is supplied by accumulator fluid through the orifice opposite the #6 ball check valve.

As with a 4-3 downshift. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF HOLDING APPLIED HOLDING OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) DRIVE ➤ ➤ 1 DIRECT CLUTCH RELEASES 1a 2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve De-energized: 1c ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 1b 2-3 Shift Valve: FRONT BAND APPLY 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD/REVERSE PRND43 ➤ FBA DRIVE ➤ ➤ 1c Direct Clutch Assembly: REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE PRN D 21 EX ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ACCUM ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ LO REV FRONT BAND APPLY PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION LINE ➤ REV 2b Accumulator Valve: ➤ ➤ ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ A forced 3-2 downshift occurs by increasing throttle valve angle (percentage of accelerator pedal travel or throttle position) while the vehicle is operating in Third gear. allowing the direct clutch plates to release. thereby increasing line pressure with increased throttle position. This changes the power flow through the transmission gear sets from a Third gear to a Second gear ratio.O.Second Gear. A 3-2 downshift occurs when the PCM receives the appropriate input signals to de-energize or “turn OFF” current supply to the 2-3 shift solenoid (SS) valve (open the ground path of the circuit). ➤ 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1d #11 Ball Check Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ 3rd/reverse fluid exhausts from the inner area of the direct clutch piston. fed through an orifice in the spacer plate and back to the 2-3 shift valve where it exhausts. ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 D321 LO ➤ 1f Orifice #4 2 1 LO 8 ➤ 9 ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ ACCUM #6 ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) 2b ACCUM ➤ 3rd/Reverse fluid unseats the #8 ball check valve and flows into the 3rd clutch feed circuit. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. Torque signal fluid pressure helps control line pressure by acting on the reverse boost valve (228). This fluid serves no function in Overdrive Range . OFF REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1f ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ 1a EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE FILTER (75) ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ EX ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤EX ➤ ➤ FBA PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY 3 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE TCC SIGNAL FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE 1-2 SIG EX LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC REG REGULATED APPLY COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 94 OFF EX 15 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX 66B Figure 63 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ PRN PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT ➤ 3RD CL ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD REVERSE FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 1b 11 1e ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE #11 1d ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL N. PRND4 LO TFP SWITCH DRIVE 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ N. 3rd accumulator fluid fills the 3rd accumulator. The accumulator valve regulates drive fluid into the accumulator circuit. During a 3-2 downshift.O.O. a 3-2 downshift can also occur when the vehicle is decelerating during coast conditions or when load on the vehicle increases. LINE (from Pump) REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 5 CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ The 3rd accumulator fluid circuit is supplied by accumulator fluid through the orifice opposite the #5 ball check valve. past the #11 ball check valve. This opens the 3rd clutch feed circuit to an orificed exhaust.OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. 3rd accumulator fluid pressure and 3rd accumulator spring force move the 3rd accumulator piston to a Second gear position. PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ 20 1g ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 2a 3rd Accumulator: PRND43 ➤ REAR AIR BLEED (210) ➤ D LUBE P RND 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ 3rd clutch feed fluid is routed through the 2-3 shift valve. Note: Remember that the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve controls torque signal fluid pressure in relation to throttle position and other PCM input signals. OFF ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ #8 ➤ 3RD EX EX EX ➤ ➤ ➤ • 2-3 drive fluid is directed into the Front Band Apply (FBA) circuit with the 2-3 shift valve in the downshifted position. the following changes occur to the hydraulic system: ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 67 . EX ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG 1e #8 Ball Check Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTR FD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD CLUTCH 3rd/reverse fluid exhausts through the center support. ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ 3rd clutch fluid in the 3rd accumulator also exhausts past the #8 ball check valve and into the 3rd clutch feed circuit. Also. torque signal fluid pressure helps regulate drive fluid into accumulator pressure at the accumulator valve. 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ ➤ ➤ #2 22 ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ 12 ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 2-3 DRIVE Actuator feed fluid pressure and 2-3 shift valve return spring (309) force move the 2-3 shift valve to the downshifted position. With 3rd clutch fluid exhausting. EX ➤ ➤ #3 #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD ACCUMULATOR 18 17 ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 signal fluid exhausts through the 2-3 SS valve and becomes low pressure at the 1-2 shift valve and 2-3 shift valve.

*NOT HOLDING IN COAST In Manual Third range . 68A .Fourth Gear when Manual Third is selected. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH * APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. except for the overrun clutch being applied. 4 Engine Compression Braking The turbine shaft (502) is splined to the overdrive carrier assembly. However. the low roller clutch (in First gear) and intermediate sprag clutch (in Second gear) overrun and engine compression braking is not available. Manual Third is also referred to as Drive Range because it has a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio available through the transmission gear sets. the transmission will immediately shift into Third gear. Manual Third also provides for engine compression braking when descending slight grades and can be used to retain Third gear when ascending slight grades for additional engine performance. The power flow in Figure 64 and the following text describes conditions during deceleration (zero or minimum throttle conditions) and how engine compression braking is achieved. the transmission can upshift and downshift between First. Notice that this flow is identical to Overdrive Range . First and Second gears operate the same as in Overdrive Range. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) Drive Range . or driving in hilly terrain.Third Gear (refer to page 60A). This is shown by the direction of the power flow arrows in the drawing at the top of Figure 56. Vehicle speed provides the torque input to the transmission through the drive shaft and transmission output shaft (671). The pinion gears then attempt to drive the sun gear and overrun clutch housing (504) counterclockwise.Manual Third (D) is available to the driver when vehicle operating conditions make it desirable to use only three gear ratios. 1 Power From the Differential Assembly ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) ➤ OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) OVERRUNNING INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED CASE (7) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) SUN GEAR (650) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) MAIN SHAFT (662) SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) HELD CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) 68 Figure 64 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Power flow is transferred back through the transmission from the output shaft to the forward clutch housing (602). If the transmission is in Overdrive Range . In Manual Third. This prevents the overdrive roller clutch (512) from overrunning and creates a 1:1 direct drive gear ratio through the overdrive planetary gear set. Each of the component’s function and rotation direction is the same as during acceleration (compare Figures 56 and 64). Second and Third gears in the same manner as Overdrive Range. To obtain increased engine compression braking at slower speeds. towing a trailer.Third Gear except that the arrows are in the opposite direction. and the vehicle is allowed to coast freely when the throttle is released. This allows engine compression to slow the vehicle when the throttle is released. the transmission is prevented from shifting into Fourth gear while operating in this gear selector position. Note: Transfer of engine torque during acceleration is identical to Overdrive Range . ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED OVERRUN * NOT HOLDING IN COAST NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. 509) are applied and connect the overrun clutch housing and overdrive carrier assembly (514). 2 Forward Clutch Applied OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) The forward clutch housing is in mesh with and attempts to drive the overdrive carrier pinion gears.MANUAL THIRD 4 POWER TO TORQUE CONVERTER (1) FOR ENGINE BRAKING 3 OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING 2 FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED DIRECT CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) OVERRUNNING LOW ROLLER CLUTCH (644) OVERRUNNING 1 POWER FROM DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY 1-2 MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR (from Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) SOLENOID 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.First and Second gears. creating a mechanical link between the output shaft and torque converter turbine. the gear selector must be moved to the Manual Second position. This would overrun the overdrive roller clutch (512) and allow the vehicle to coast freely. These conditions include city driving [where speeds are generally below 72 km/h (45 mph)]. 3 Overrun Clutch Applied The overrun clutch plates (508.

Fourth Gear with the TCC applied. Torque signal fluid acts on the reverse boost valve to increase line pressure according to vehicle operating conditions. Changes to the hydraulic and electrical systems are as follows: ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 69 .Third Gear. 1d TFP Manual Valve Position Switch: ➤ ➤ #1 ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ 18 17 ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ D 21 EX FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRND4 ➤ ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE D321 LO ➤ REAR ➤ 1 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 SHIFT ACCUMULATION .Third Gear (unlike Overdrive Range . which is fed by PRND4 fluid at the 2-3 shift valve. However. OVERRUN CLUTCH (from 4th Clutch) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CLUTCH 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 1b #1 Ball Check Valve: 3RD/REVERSE D321 fluid seats the #1 ball check valve and is forced through an orifice to control fluid flow into the overrun clutch circuit. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. The PCM does not change solenoid states because a Manual gear range is selected. allowing the 4th clutch plates to disengage. In either condition the 4th clutch releases. In the manual gear ranges. ON ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED 11 #8 ➤ 2b 3RD/REV 2c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ In Manual Third .O. LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Note: If vehicle operating conditions are such that the transmission would normally be in Fourth gear.Same as 4-3 Downshift ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH REV LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. PRND4 LO ➤ N. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED OVERRUN MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) (from Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION.Manual Third may be selected at any time while the vehicle is being operated in a forward gear range. into the PRND4 circuit and past the manual valve. 1 #2 ➤ ➤ 22 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 2-3 DRIVE ➤ Line pressure enters the D321 fluid circuit at the manual valve. Line pressure is blocked by the manual valve from entering the PRND4 (Park. However. the 1-2 SS valve may either be ON or OFF in Manual Third . Therefore. the manual valve also moves. the TCC will release if Manual Third was selected while the vehicle was operating in Overdrive Range . DRIVE AIR BLEED (210) D LUBE 2c 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ P RND 2 LO 8 9 LUBE PIPE (39) 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Exhausting 4th clutch fluid unseats the #10 ball check valve and flows through the 3-4 shift valve and the #5 orifice at the spacer plate.MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR (from Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.O. Refer to pages 64A and 64B for descriptions of TCC release and apply. ➤ LO REV 3RD/REVERSE ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE SUCTION ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX PRND4 ➤ 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL TFP SWITCH ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 1d 2-3 DRIVE 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ 20 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ ➤ 4th clutch feed fluid. OFF REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ DRIVE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE (from Pump) ➤ EX EX ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ ➤ EX LINE FILTER (75) 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE CL FD ➤ EX FBA PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE 3RD/REV 1-2 SIG LINE 4TH CL FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ #10 ➤ ➤ ➤ 68B Figure 65 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX EX ➤ COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 96 ➤ OFF EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ PRN TCC REG PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 10 3-4 SHIFT 3RD CL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ 15 REVERSE #11 ➤ FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 3 ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL N. When the gear selector lever is moved to Drive Range (D) from Overdrive Range D .Third Gear. ➤ 1c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIES 1a Manual Valve: DRIVE ➤ ➤ Drive Range .Third Gear). This opens PRND4 fluid to an exhaust port at the manual valve. exhausts through the upshifted 2-3 shift valve. the PCM will keep the 1-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve energized. the transmissions hydraulic system prevents the transmission from shifting into Fourth gear regardless of PCM control. under normal operating conditions the converter clutch will re-apply in Manual Third . MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ #6 ➤ ACCUM 1a ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) ACCUM ➤ 2b #10 Ball Check Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG ➤ DRIVE PRN ➤ EX➤ ➤ ➤ 4th clutch fluid exhausts from the 4th clutch piston and 4th accumulator. Reverse. Drive 4) fluid circuit. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ACTR FD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD CLUTCH 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 FOURTH CLUTCH RELEASES 2a 4th Clutch Assembly: ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 14 ➤ PRND4 fluid exhausts from the TFP manual valve position switch and the TFP manual valve position switch signals the PCM that the transmission is in Manual Third. the only difference is where the 4th clutch fluid ehausts through the 3-4 shift valve. the PCM output signal to the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve increases torque signal fluid pressure further for the added torque requirements during engine compression braking or increased engine load. Neutral. 1c Overrun Clutch Assembly: OVERRUN CLUTCH 2a ➤ ➤ EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 1b ➤ #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ REAR BAND APPLY Overrun clutch fluid is directed to the overrun clutch piston to apply the overrun clutch plates.O.

If the sun gear were not held it would overrun the intermediate sprag clutch (624) and allow the vehicle to coast freely. This allows engine compression braking to slow the vehicle when the throttle is released. power flow is mechanically connected between the output shaft and converter turbine. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH (504) APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) Manual Second (2) gear range is available to the driver when vehicle operating conditions make it desirable to use only two gear ratios. 4 Overrun Clutch Applied The overrun clutch plates (508. The output carrier pinion gears are in mesh with the rear internal gear (666) and sun gear (650). 2 DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) Manual 2-1 Band Assembly Applied The manual 2-1 band assembly (628) is applied and holds the direct clutch housing. except for the manual 2-1 band assembly and overrun clutch being applied. the low roller clutch (644) overruns and engine compression braking is not available.Second Gear except that the arrows are in the opposite direction. If the transmission is in Third or Fourth gear when Manual Second is selected. Each of the component’s function and rotation direction is the same as during acceleration (compare Figures 54 and 66). Note: Transfer of engine torque during acceleration is identical to Overdrive Range . This is shown by the direction of the power flow arrows in the drawing at the top of Figure 66. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED OVERRUN * NOT HOLDING IN COAST NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. 3 Sun Gear Held OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING TURBINE SHAFT (502) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) With the sun gear held. For maximum engine compression braking the gear selector must be moved to the Manual First position.First gear. 5 Engine Compression Braking MAIN SHAFT (662) With the manual 2-1 band and overrun clutch applied. First gear operates the same as in Overdrive Range. 1 Power From the Differential Assembly ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING (623) HELD CASE (7) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG MANUAL 2-1 CLUTCH BAND (624) ASSEMBLY *HOLDING (628) APPLIED SUN GEAR SHAFT (649) HELD MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO APPLIED ➤ 70 ➤ TURBINE SHAFT (502) SUN GEAR (650) HELD INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH OUTER RACE (625) HELD CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) ➤ Vehicle speed attempts to drive the output carrier (661) faster than engine speed is driving the rear internal gear (666). through the overdrive planetary gear set and to the turbine shaft (502) is the same as Manual Third range (see page 66A). 509) are applied and power flow from the forward clutch housing. sun gear shaft and sun gear stationary.MANUAL SECOND 5 POWER TO TORQUE CONVERTER (1) FOR ENGINE BRAKING 4 OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED 2 MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY (628) APPLIED INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH APPLIED INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH (624) *HOLDING 3 SUN GEAR (650) HELD 1 POWER FROM DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR (from Manual Third – Third Gear) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. In Manual Second. Vehicle speed provides the torque input to the transmission through the drive shaft and transmission output shaft (671). These conditions include descending a steep grade when engine compression braking is needed. Notice that this flow is identical to Overdrive Range . power flow travels back through the transmission to the forward clutch housing (602). ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH * APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. the transmission can upshift and downshift between First and Second gear but is prevented from shifting into Third or Fourth gear. *NOT HOLDING IN COAST Figure 66 70A . the transmission will shift immediately into Second gear.48:1 through the transmission gear sets. In Manual Second .Second Gear (refer to page 58A) to obtain an approximate gear ratio reduction of 1. The power flow in Figure 66 and the following text describes conditions during deceleration (zero or minimum throttle) and how engine compression braking is achieved. and the vehicle is allowed to coast freely when the throttle is released. or to retain second gear when ascending a steep grade for additional engine performance.

➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ REAR 1 ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ D LUBE P RND 3RD ACCUM 4TH ACCUM PRND43 fluid from the TFP manual valve position switch exhausts at the manual valve.O. PRND4 LO TFP SWITCH DRIVE 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ N. ➤ FILTER (75) FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE PRN 2-3 DRIVE 1c ➤ ➤ #8 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2b 11 3RD/REVERSE #11 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2c 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE TORQUE SIGNAL 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ EX ➤ N. TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) PRN PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT ➤ 3RD CL ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD EX REVERSE FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ 3 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ • As in Manual Third. Changes to the hydraulic and electrical systems are as follows: ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 71 . 618) to release. 7 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Manual Second may be selected at any time while the vehicle is being operated in a forward gear range. This opens PRND43 fluid to an exhaust port at the manual valve. allowing the direct clutch plates (611. The TFP manual valve position switch signals the PCM that the transmission is in Manual Second. through orifice #4 in the spacer plate back to the 2-3 shift valve where it exhausts. This allows FBA fluid pressure to compress the manual 2-1 band servo piston spring and apply the manual 2-1 band assembly. Reverse. FOURTH OVERRUN ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH APPLIED HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. FBA fluid seats the #3 ball check valve and is orificed at a controlled rate to the apply side of the manual 2-1 band servo piston. 1e Manual 2-1 Band Servo: ➤ 1c 2-3 Shift Valve: ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #3 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 12 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ ➤ PRN EX FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED PRND4 PRND43 ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ LO REV FRONT BAND APPLY PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTR FD REV EX ➤ 2-3 DRIVE TORQUE SIGNAL 2 DIRECT CLUTCH RELEASES 2a Direct Clutch Assembly: PRND4 SUCTION LINE ➤ REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE (from Pump) ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FD EX REVERSE TORQUE SIG ➤ ACT FD LIMIT EX EX EX ➤ PRND4 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤EX ➤ ➤ FBA LINE ➤ TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE 1-2 SIG EX LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC REG REGULATED APPLY OFF EX 15 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX 70B COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 98 Figure 67 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ If the converter clutch was applied when Manual Second was selected it will release prior to downshifting. unseats the #8 ball check valve and flows into the 3rd clutch feed circuit. DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ACTR FD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ FBA ➤ 14 ➤ ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 18 17 ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 SS valve is de-energized and 2-3 signal fluid exhausts allowing the 2-3 shift valve to return to the downshifted position. OFF REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL CONV FD REV DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ 2c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 1f 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ Note: Figure 67 is shown in Second gear with the 2-3 SS valve de-energized. 2a DRIVE ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ 1 MANUAL 2-1 BAND ASSEMBLY APPLIED 1a Manual Valve: ➤ ➤ #1 ➤ ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ 1b 2-3 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve: 2ND CLUTCH 3RD/REVERSE DRIVE REAR BAND APPLY D321 FRONT BAND APPLY PRND43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 1d #3 Ball Check Valve: #2 ➤ ➤ 22 4TH ACCUM 2-3 drive fluid is directed into the Front Band Apply (FBA) circuit with the 2-3 shift valve in the downshifted position. Drive 4. LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4 ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ CLUTCH 1b ➤ 2b #11 and #8 Ball Check Valves: EX PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3rd/reverse fluid exhausts from the inner area of the direct clutch piston (619). ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE LINE ➤ D 21 LO ➤ 2 LO 8 ➤ 9 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1f TFP Manual Valve Position Switch: MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ ACCUM ➤ 1a ➤ ACCUM ➤ 1d ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG EX➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 fluid exhausts from the release side of the piston and through the manual valve. if vehicle operating conditions are such that the PCM signals a Third or Fourth gear state the 2-3 solenoid will be energized.O. ➤ ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. Drive 3) fluid circuit. When the gear selector lever is moved to Manual Second (2) from Manual Third . However. 3rd clutch fluid in the 3rd accumulator also exhausts past the #8 ball check valve and into the 3rd clutch feed circuit. OFF 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FD 5 ➤ 3rd/reverse fluid exhausts past the #11 ball check valve. Thus a downshift will not occur until the vehicle speed is ????. Under normal operating conditions the converter clutch will not re-apply in Second gear. 1 1e ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ #4 ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ ➤ Line pressure is blocked by the manual valve from entering the PRND43 (Park. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) (from Manual Third – Third Gear) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) OFF OFF APPLIED HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUN INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION.MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR (from Manual Third – Third Gear) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3rd clutch feed fluid is routed through the 2-3 shift valve. Neutral.O. the manual valve also moves.Third Gear. However. the transmissions hydraulic system prevents the transmission from upshifting above Second gear regardless of PCM control. the PCM output signal to the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve increases torque signal fluid pressure further for the added torque requirements during engine compression or increased engine load.

Under normal driving conditions. allowing the vehicle to coast freely. Above this speed.48:1. The reaction carrier pinion gears are in mesh with both the output carrier and sun gear. 3 Forward Clutch Applied Power flow travels back through the transmission to the forward clutch housing (602). Notice that this flow is identical to Overdrive Range . and. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON OFF * NOT HOLDING IN COAST ** *HOLDING APPLIED ** HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE. Each of the component’s function and rotation direction is the same as during acceleration (compare Figures 52 and 68). This action would cause the reaction carrier assembly to rotate clockwise and overrun the lo roller clutch (644). the transmission will first shift into Second gear until vehicle speed slows sufficiently. The output carrier attempts to drive the reaction pinion gears faster than the sun gear is being driven by engine torque. If the transmission is in any other forward gear range when Manual First is selected. 1 Power From the Differential Assembly ➤ ➤ ➤ TURBINE SHAFT (502) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (615) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CASE (7) ➤ CENTER SUPPORT AND RACE ASSEMBLY (640) 72 ➤ OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING LOW ROLLER CLUTCH (644) *HOLDING LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY SUN (657) GEAR APPLIED (650) OUTPUT CARRIER ASSEMBLY (661) REACTION CARRIER ASSEMBLY (651) HELD LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO APPLIED ➤ Vehicle speed attempts to drive the output carrier assembly (661) faster than engine speed is driving the rear internal gear (666). output carrier pinion gears and sun gear (650). 2 Low and Reverse Band Assembly Applied TURBINE SHAFT (502) REAR INTERNAL GEAR (666) OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (671) The low and reverse band assembly (657) is applied and holds the reaction carrier assembly from rotating in either direction. ➤ ➤ FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE CARRIER ASSEMBLY (514) FORWARD CLUTCH HUB (613) MAIN SHAFT (662) OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIED Manual First is available to the driver when vehicle operating conditions require maximum engine compression braking for slowing the vehicle. or maximum engine torque transfer to the wheels.MANUAL FIRST 5 POWER TO TORQUE CONVERTER (1) FOR ENGINE BRAKING 4 OVERRUN CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH (512) *HOLDING 3 FORWARD CLUTCH APPLIED LOW ROLLER CLUTCH (644) *HOLDING 2 LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY (657) APPLIED 1 POWER FROM DIFFERENTIAL ASSEMBLY 1-2 MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR (from Manual Second – Second Gear) SOLENOID 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. the transmission will not shift into First gear until vehicle speed is below approximately 56 km/h (35 mph).First Gear (refer to page 56A) to obtain an approximate gear ratio reduction of 2. the transmission is prevented from upshifting while operating in Manual First. This allows engine compression to slow the vehicle when the throttle is released. The power flow in Figure 68 and the following text describes conditions during deceleration (zero or minimum throttle) and how engine compression braking is achieved.First Gear except that the arrows are in the opposite direction. 4 Overrun Clutch Applied MAIN SHAFT (662) The overrun clutch plates (508. power flow is mechanically connected between the output shaft and converter turbine. 509) are applied and power flow from the forward clutch housing. Note: Transfer of engine torque through the transmission during acceleration is identical to Overdrive Range . Vehicle speed provides the torque input to the transmission through the drive shaft and transmission output shaft (671). This is shown by the direction of the power flow arrows in the drawing at the top of Figure 68. 5 Engine Compression Braking With the low and reverse band assembly and overrun clutch applied. *NOT HOLDING IN COAST Figure 68 72A . ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH *HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. through the overdrive planetary gear set and to the turbine shaft (502) is the same as Manual Third range (see page 68A). to retain First gear when ascending a steep grade or pulling a heavy load for maximum engine power. These conditions include: descending a steep grade to provide maximum engine compression braking.

these circuits are also open to exhaust. allowing spring force to move the piston and manual 2-1 band servo pin and release the manual 2-1 band assembly. the transmission will operate in a Manual First . the PCM keeps the 1-2 SS valve de-engerized and 2nd clutch fluid pressure is present (see inset in Figure 69).Second Gear condition. PRESSURE TAP (24) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1b FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ 2a 1c 1-2 SOL EX N. Note that this speed varies depending on vehicle application. OFF ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE TCC SIGNAL ORIFICED REG APPLY FILT 2-3 DR ➤ TORQUE EX LINE FILTERED ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) PRN TCC REG OFF EX PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) 3-4 SHIFT 15 REGULATED APPLY 4TH CLUTCH ORIFICED EX ➤ 4TH CL FD 1-2 SIG FILTER (302) ACTUATOR FEED 72B COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT Page 100 Figure 69 ➤ 3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE EX 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Lo fluid is also directed to the accumulator valve to keep the valve fully compressed against spring force and orificed accumulator fluid pressure. With vehicle speed low enough. This applies the low and reverse band assembly. FBA fluid unseats the #3 ball check valve. the PCM output signal to the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve increases torque signal fluid pressure further for the added torque requirements during engine compression braking or maximum engine torque transfer. thereby creating high 1-2 signal fluid pressure which moves the 1-2 shift valve to the downshifted position. 1c 1-2 Shift Solenoid (SS) Valve: ➤ ➤ 1 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ PRN EX EX ➤ D 21 LO ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE REVERSE PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ REAR LO ➤ 1 LO ➤ 2b Manual 2-1 Band Servo: ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO REV FRONT BAND APPLY PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ PRND43 ➤ ACTR FD REV EX 2c Intermediate Clutch Assembly: ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL LINE (from Pump) ➤ ACTUATOR FD TORQUE SIG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX EX ➤ EX REVERSE ACT FD LIMIT PRND4 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ LINE FILTER (75) ➤ ➤ 2-3 SHIFT VALVE 4TH CL FD EX ➤ FBA ➤ PRN ➤ EX ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL N.Second Gear condition until vehicle speed slows sufficiently. thereby increasing accumulator fluid pressure to equal line fluid pressure. PRND43 ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ➤ 1d #7 Ball Check Valve: #2 ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 22 4TH ACCUM ➤ #3 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUM ➤ ➤ The PCM engergizes the 1-2 SS valve. If this happens with 2nd accumulator fluid pressure not equal to line fluid pressure.First Gear: 2ND ACCUM ➤ * HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE. Because 2-3 drive fluid supplies the Front Band Apply (FBA). RBA DRIVE AIR BLEED (210) D LUBE P ➤ RND 2 8 9 #7 1d LO 3a 3RD ACCUM ➤ 4TH ACCUM ➤ 2 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH AND MANUAL 2-1 BAND RELEASE: 2a 1-2 Shift Valve: MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 23 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ #6 ➤ ACCUM 1a FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 TORQUE SIG ➤ #5 ➤ FILTER (317) ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ RBA fluid pressure overcomes the force from 2nd accumulator fluid pressure and spring force to move the low and reverse servo piston and low and reverse band apply pin. DRIVE ➤ 2ND ACCUM 21 18 17 2-3 DRIVE ➤ #4 ➤ ➤ 1b TFP Manual Valve Position Switch: 1e 2ND CLUTCH CLUTCH ➤ Line pressure enters the lo fluid circuit at the manual valve. Above this speed. This allows drive fluid to flow directly into the accumulator fluid circuit without being regulated. FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) (from Manual Second – Second Gear) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH 2c EX 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 73 . #1 ➤ ➤ D321 2ND CL ➤ LOW AND REVERSE BAND ASSEMBLY APPLIES 1a Manual Valve: 4TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 3RD CLUTCH ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ Manual First (1) may be selected at any time while the vehicle is being operated in a forward gear range. In Second gear. the downshift to First gear is controlled electronically by the PCM which will not energize the 1-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve (First gear state) until the vehicle speed is below approximately 56 km/h (35 mph). and seats the #7 ball check valve against the reverse circuit and enters the Rear Band Apply (RBA) fluid circuit. the following hydraulic and electrical changes occur to achieve Manual First . thereby releasing the intermediate clutch plates. 2nd clutch and filtered 2-3 drive circuits.MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR (from Manual Second – Second Gear) SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. both bands (manual 2-1 and low and reverse) would be applied and a tie up condition would occur. DRIVE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 1e Low And Reverse Band Servo: ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ FBA ➤ 14 ➤ 12 ➤ Lo fluid from the manual valve is also routed to the #7 ball check valve. When exhausting.O. • The increase in accumulator fluid pressure in Manual First is needed at the low and reverse servo assembly to keep the low and reverse band released in a Manual First . ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. the manual valve also moves.O. ➤ ➤ EX PRND4 ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE BOOST ORIFICED EX 2-3 SIGNAL ORIFICED ACTUATOR FD ➤ 5 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 3 SHIFT ACCUMULATION 3a Accumulator Valve: ➤ ➤ 2nd clutch fluid exhausts from the intermediate clutch piston and low and reverse servo assembly. However. As in Manual Third and Manual Second. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR 2ND CL ON OFF * HOLDING APPLIED ➤ #2 DRIVE ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 14 LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) ACCUMULATOR ➤ 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL FIRST – SECOND GEAR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ 2ND Lo fluid is directed to the TFP manual valve position switch to signal the PCM that the transmission is in Manual First.O. PRND4 LO TFP SWITCH DRIVE 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ REVERSE 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ CONV FD REV DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 19 4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FBA fluid exhausts from the manual 2-1 band servo. RBA fluid pressure will move the low and reverse servo piston to apply the low and reverse band. In this situation. ON ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ The 2-3 drive circuit is opened to an exhaust port at the 1-2 shift valve. When the gear selector lever is moved to Manual First. NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. 2-3 DRIVE SUCTION LINE ➤ ➤ REV ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.

IT DOES NOT DEPEND UPON THE SELECTED GEAR. MANUAL FIRST OK. NO REVERSE. NO REVERSE. NO FORWARD. • The PCM illuminates the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL). 2-3 DTC P0758 • • • • The PCM commands maximum line pressure. OR FOURTH GEARS. THIRD. NO ENGINE BRAKING IN MANUAL 1ST. The PCM illuminates the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL). EXPECTED OPERATING CONDITION IF COMPONENT IN COLUMN NUMBER IS INOPERATIVE: COLUMN # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CONDITION NO 4TH GEAR.OPERATING CONDITIONS RANGE REFERENCE CHART 1 RANGE GEAR 1-2 SHIFT 2-3 SHIFT SOLENOID SOLENOID VALVE VALVE ON OFF FOURTH CLUTCH 2 OVERRUN CLUTCH 3 OVERDRIVE ROLLER CLUTCH HOLDING 4 FORWARD CLUTCH 5 DIRECT CLUTCH 6 MANUAL 2-1 BAND 7 INTERMEDIATE SPRAG CLUTCH 8 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 9 LOW ROLLER CLUTCH 10 LOW AND REVERSE BAND P-N R D REVERSE 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1st ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED * HOLDING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED HOLDING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED OVERRUNNING OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUNNING HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUNNING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED OVERRUNNING APPLIED APPLIED HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED * HOLDING OVERRUNNING D 2 1 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd * HOLDING * HOLDING *HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE ON = SOLENOID ENERGIZED OFF = SOLENOID DE-ENERGIZED @ THE SOLENOID'S STATE FOLLOWS A SHIFT PATTERN WHICH DEPENDS UPON VEHICLE SPEED AND THROTTLE POSTION. NO SECOND GEAR. NO ENGINE BRAKING IN MANUAL 2ND. The PCM commands 2nd gear. DTC • The PCM disables shift adapts. NO FORWARD IN OVERDRIVE RANGE. NO FORWARD IN OVERDRIVE OR MANUAL THIRD. NO THIRD OR FOURTH. NO ENGINE BRAKING IN ALL MANUAL RANGES. SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ELECTRICAL CONDITIONS If the PCM detects a continuous open or short to ground in the shift solenoids or shift solenoid circuits the following actions occur: 1-2 • The PCM commands maximum line pressure. P0753 • The PCM inhibits downshifts to 2nd gear if the vehicle speed is greater than 48 km/h (30 mph). NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. The PCM disables shift adapts. 74 Figure 70 . NO REVERSE. NO SECOND.

... OFF 2ND CLUTCH 12 ➤ 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ 45b EX ORIFICED EX LINE 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ 24b 23 #4 45 28 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 2-3 SOL 28 ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 24c 17 26d/38 26a/27 8 26f/32 2-3 SIGNAL 14 37 37 34 45 26 14c 32a 26h ➤ 22b 17 23 EX EX EX 30 30 ➤ #5 24 26c/38 26e/32 9 31d 34c 16 43h 47 47 20 45 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 26i/28 39 (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 40 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E GN AS RN C SI LE TC RE RETUE Y/ IV LUBE PL AP DR ONT FR ➤ ➤ ➤ 23 40 24 34 45 31 34 44 43 #9 25a 30a 5d ➤ ➤ ➤ TC OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ ➤ C EN ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL AB ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN ➤ #11 ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ LE ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 43g 16 43f 22a ➤ 42a 3a 5 ➤ 3 37 5 10 ➤ 37 23 37d 37e 45a 34b 15 ➤ 5e/6 37c 40a 26b ➤ ➤ DRIVE 6 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a 17 18 ➤ 26a 27 #9 2a 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a ➤ EX REG 3RD CL ➤ 19a ➤ ➤ ORIF EX ORIFICED EX 46a 15 45 EX ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 43e ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 34a 31a 41a 37b 37e 34b 26g 26h 35a 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) 41 39d 26d 26e 16b 33b 26i ➤ 17a 8 38 38 9 32 32 10 11 34 34 12 13 28 28 14 47 39 16 5 39 41 47 LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 16 14 14 43 20 2 5 43 39 22 ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) (24) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ ER COOL ➤ 14 2 ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) #10 #8 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 .. .... .. A broken line is also used to separate components such as the pump. . .. The half page of information facing this foldout identifies the various fluid circuits with numbers that correspond to the circuit numbers used on the foldout page...... .. ... .. . . This is accomplished using two opposing foldout pages that are separated by a half page of supporting information. 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ .. ........ The purpose was to isolate the hydraulics used in each gear range in order to provide the user with a basic understanding of the hydraulic system... a simplified hydraulic schematic was given to show what hydraulically occurs in a specific gear range.... . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 C TC EN AB L ➤ 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC AB C EN LE ➤ ➤ 32 4T H 33 34 A 35 ➤ O V O E 37 ➤ V ER 38 RU D2 ➤ ➤ ➤ 3- ➤ ➤ 2 SI G N L ➤ ➤ ➤ . ... . ON ➤ )8( 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ ➤ PRN TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ LINE 2b D 21 ACTUATOR FEED EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ EX ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) REVERSE 21 19d 24 22 ➤ REVERSE TCC SIGNAL PRND43 REAR LUBE LO ➤ PRND4 RBA DRIVE REVERSE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ 20e ➤ 2d ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ LO LINE LO ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ 76 Figure 72 HALF PAGE TEXT AND LEGEND ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ DRIVE SUCTION ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 44a 40 40 39d 43a 19b 39e 40a 42d 39c 42c ➤ DRIVE FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 5a 1 39b 39a 23 ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ D ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ 20f ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE D321 DRIVE LO P RND ➤ ➤ D FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ 2 ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ 2ND CL 40 19c DRIVE ➤ PRND43 REV LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N...... ➤ (P) Park l the e oi r in th leve fromwing: ctor sure follo sele pres the Regthe line to 8): ) Withtion.. . ball check valves and orifices within specific components.. Always refer to the appropriate vehicle platform service manual when diagnosing specific concerns The right side foldout shows a two-dimensional line drawing of the fluid passages within each component... ...... In contrast.. .. .... ... fluidr requut ex sure lato outp e presre regu of lin essu e pr th 2 48 ➤ INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) . . rected Valve(21 sure si is di r pres po p lato (line ion pum Regu tput miss ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PARK (Engine Running) ➤ .. 45 12 47 12 ➤ .O.. . .......... ..O.. ....EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 47 32 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 73 FOLDOUT ➤ 77 COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST FOLDOUT ➤ 75 ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX N. this section shows a complete hydraulic schematic with fluid passages active in the appropriate component for each gear range... .. .. . ........ .. ➤ . ...NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW.. . .COMPLETE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS The hydraulic circuitry of the Hydra-matic 4L80-E transmission is better understood when fluid flow can be related to the specific components in which the fluid travels...... In the Power Flow section. . . ... . 2d 44a 23 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 46a/45 ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ➤ ns p sure mp oue tra pum Preses pu to thWhen mand ulat rdingents.. The left side foldout contains the complete color coded hydraulic circuit used in that gear range along with the relative location of valves. The active fluid passages for each gear range are appropriately colored to correspond with the hydraulic schematic used for that range.... The half page of information facing this foldout lists possible conditions and component diagnostic tips... ..... . .. . ..... .O.. . control valve body and case to assist the user when following the hydraulic circuits as they pass between them. refer to the Hydraulic Control Components section and/or Power Flow section.. PASSAGE PASSAGE PASSAGE PASSAGE PASSAGE A IS LOCATED IN THE PUMP BODY (LIGHT GREY AREA) B IS LOCATED IN THE CONTROL VALVE BODY (LIGHT BLUE AREA) C IS LOCATED ON THE SPACER PLATE (DASHED LINE) D IS LOCATED IN THE CASE (WHITE AREA) E IS LOCATED IN THE ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (LIGHT YELLOW AREA) FLUID FLOW SCHEMATIC — (FOLDOUT) A PARK (Engine Running) TORQUE CONVERTER (1) FLUID FLOW THROUGH COMPONENTS (FOLDOUT) B (En RK g) PA nnin u eR E gin OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN DRIVE OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 49 12 12 ➤ 29 49 11 19 3RD/REVERSE 11 11 45 CENTER LUBE RELEASE 1 3RD/REV DRIVE ER CENT ➤ LUBE REVERSE 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 14 47 29 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ 40 2ND CL 2ND CL 2-3 DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR 3RD/REVERSE 2-3 DRIVE FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUM 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM REVERSE ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR ACCUM ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL PRND43 REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 26c #5 26f #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 2ND ACCUM 2ND CLUTCH 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 16a FBA 31d 37c 37d 31c 31b FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 CO NV ➤ CON V FD CON V FD ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ LIM IT ➤ ➤ 7 37a 19 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 14 43 4TH CL FD 3RD CL ➤ ➤ 36a 4TH CLUTCH FEED ➤ EX 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26b EX 45a 43h 19 2 3 ➤ 19 2 3 25 40 42 37 2 ➤ 42 18 33 36 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 23a LO PRND4 PRESSURE REG 2-3 SIGNAL D21 RBA D 21 REV 1-2 SIGNAL EX ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26 #6 26 17 ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ 30a CONV CLUTCH SHIFT TCC SIGNAL EX EX ➤ 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL 18 24a 22 19 ➤ ➤ 43d 5b ➤ ➤ EX 45 4 46b TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 8 24 ➤ LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD 2ND CLUTCH LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ACTR FD PRND43 ➤ DRIVE PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL EX N. the de m fro accoirem ceeds.. .. . ...DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST ..... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ...... .. . . . . For a more complete understanding of the different hydraulic systems used in a specific gear range. ....... .... .. . 48 47 7 47 ➤ ➤ 48 . .. ➤ ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . PRND4 TFP SWITCH DRIVE LO SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) REVERSE DRIVE C ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ RR ➤ U N REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL N CL U TC H Figure 71 ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD REG APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 CC ➤ LINE ➤ REVERSE 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REV REV REV 47 47 ➤ ➤ 34 47 38a 47 2 44 43b 47 18 #7 (317) U M 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 47 32 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 39 2 37 3 33 39 2 A 19 42 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES ...

.. . ..PARK (Engine Running) TORQUE CONVERTER (1) LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE E LUB ER ENT C ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR 3RD/REVERSE 2-3 DRIVE FRONT BAND APPLY 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ EX REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD CL FBA 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR ACCUM REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ CENTER LUBE 2ND ACCUM ➤ 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 9 32 32 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 12 31c 31b 13 28 43e 28 14 FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 24a 22 19 ➤ 20d 23a LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ LINE 2b EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) REVERSE TCC SIGNAL PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ ➤ REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO 2d ➤ LINE LO ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REV PRND4 76 Figure 72 ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE REVERSE DRIVE ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ 5a ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ 42b LO DRIVE REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N...... .. ...... ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ DRIVE DRIVE REVERSE 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE B NA LE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . ON ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ 30a TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL N..O... . OFF 24b #4 2ND CLUTCH REV REV REV 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN ➤ #11 ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ DRIVE 26a 6 27 ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 43g 43f ➤ 22a ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ 26b EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM 3RD CL REG CON 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL CO NV L ➤ PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD IMIT ➤ 7 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 36a 46a 15 45 V FD 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ➤ ORIFICED EX EX 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 16a ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 #6 26c #5 26f #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j 26e 16b 26d 33b 26i ➤ ➤ .. ... . ....O...O... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 ➤ 20f ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH REVERSE 21 19d 24 22 2ND CL ➤ D321 DRIVE LO P RND ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ 19c DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX N.

damaged. damaged • Retainer Pin (211) – Broken • Orificed Plug (210) – Blocked • Pressure Control Solenoid Valve (320) – Loose connector – Valve has failed Off. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER. LOW LINE PRESSURE • Pressure Regulator Valve (231). Always refer to the appropriate vehicle platform service manual when diagnosing specific concerns. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON OFF 76A . HIGH LINE PRESSURE • Pressure Regulator Valve (231). body to cover or body to case • Pump Valve Bores – Excessive valve clearance due to wear • Valve Body (301) – Cross channel leaks – Cross valve land leaks • Gasket/Spacer Plate – Damaged – Missing • Pressure Control Solenoid Valve (320) – – – – Valve is stuck On Broken clip causes leakage Wire is pinched to ground Screen is missing • Cooler Lines – Clogged or restricted. or Spring (230) – Stuck. Boost Valve (228). and are only some of the possibilities recommended to diagnose hydraulic problems. SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. broken • Oil Pump (203) – Cross channel air leak. or Boost Valve (228) – Stuck.PARK (Engine Running) The following conditions and component problems could happen in any gear range.

9. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.5. .031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.6.11) FILTER. LUBE BALL. VENT SCREEN FILTER. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.4.PARK (Engine Running) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. (. (.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (. VENT PLUG.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.10) SCREEN. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.3.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. . SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 76B .8. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE. (.

. .. ... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 . ... ....... ....... . ... .... ... 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ... ...... . . .. .. .. . . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ .. .. .DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . .. ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .........EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 73 FOLDOUT ➤ 77 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 . ..PARK (Engine Running) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 11 19 11 11 45 1 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 40 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 23 40 #5 26 #6 26 34 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 44 43 #9 24 6 25a 30a ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 40 30 30 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES ..... ... .... . 47 45 12 12 ➤ .. . ..... ➤ . .. ......... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ..... . .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW...... ... . ...... . . ... . . . .. . .... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ... .. ... . .... ... . .

... .. .... ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE B NA LE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . ...... .O..........O.. ON ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) ➤ REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY REV EX ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF REV REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 24b #4 2ND CLUTCH REV N...REVERSE TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN DRIVE OVERRUN CLUTCH DRIVE ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE RELEASE LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ REVERSE DRIVE E LUB ER ENT C ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR FRONT BAND APPLY 3RD CL FD EX 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 9 32 32 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 12 31c 31b 13 28 43e 28 14 FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 24a 22 19 43d ➤ 5b ➤ 43b ➤ 43c 20 21 20c 20d 23a LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE TCC SIGNAL REGULATED APPLY ➤ CASE (7) REVERSE TCC SIGNAL PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ ➤ REAR LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ DRIVE 78 Figure 74 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ 44a 40 40 ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ DRIVE DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) ➤ ➤ LINE REV ➤ 42b LO LO DRIVE ➤ 2d ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N. . DRIVE ➤ PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 ➤ 20f ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH REVERSE 21 19d 24 22 2ND CL ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ D321 DRIVE LO P RND ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ 19c DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL LINE 2b REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ 14b PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX N. . ...O. OFF 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ C TC AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN ➤ #11 ➤ PRND43 16 ➤ 43f 22a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LE AB EN ➤ DRIVE 6 ➤ 43h 43g ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ ➤ ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #9 2-3 DRIVE ➤ CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ 26b EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM 3RD CL REG CON 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL V FD ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ORIFICED EX 46a 15 45 EX ➤ CO NV L ➤ PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD IMIT 7 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 36a ➤ 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 16a ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 #6 26c #5 26f #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j 26e 16b 26d 33b ➤ 26i ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR ACCUM REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ CENTER LUBE 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ REVERSE 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ...

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. damaged or worn • Low and Reverse Band Servo Gasket (63) – Damaged or displaced • Low and Reverse Band Servo Cover (62) – Damaged • #7 Ball Check Valve – Stuck – Missing • #11 Ball Check Valve – Stuck – Missing • Direct Clutch Piston (619) – Leaking • Direct Clutch Piston Seals (620.REVERSE NO REVERSE OR SLIPS IN REVERSE • Low and Reverse Band Anchor Pin (81) – Broken or mis-positioned • Center Support (640) – Broken – Leaking at case • Center Support Seal (639) – Leaking • Center Support Bolt (25) – Loose or broken – Feed hole is blocked • Low and Reverse Band Servo Piston (65) – Binding in case • Low and Reverse Band Servo Piston Seal (66) – Leaking. 621 & 622) – Leaking • Direct Clutch Ball Check Valve (537) – Leaking ENGINE STALLS IN REVERSE • Cooler Lines – Pinched SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND APPLIED ON OFF 78A .

SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 78B . OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.5.10) SCREEN. . (.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. LUBE BALL.6. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.3. (.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.8.9.11) FILTER. (. . FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE. (. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. VENT SCREEN FILTER.4. VENT PLUG.REVERSE PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL.

.. .... ..REVERSE 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 11 19 11 11 45 1 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 14 47 29 45 19 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 40 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 14 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 43 ➤ 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 ➤ 19 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 23 40 #5 26 #6 26 34 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a ➤ 35 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 44 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 43 #9 26b 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 40 30 30 31d 34c 16 43h 47 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW......... ... . .. . . .. . ... . .. .. ... .. (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 . 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .... .... ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .. .... . ... .. .. . . .. ... ..... 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ ..... .. .. .. . . . ... ...... . . ... ..... ... .. . 47 45 12 12 ➤ ..... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . .... .........DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST .. ... ➤ .. .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 75 FOLDOUT ➤ 79 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ...... ... .. ...... ..

... ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ DRIVE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ...O. PRND4 DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ TFP SWITCH DRIVE OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ D321 ➤ D321 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE DRIVE 80 Figure 76 ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION DRIVE 40a ➤43a 39d 19b 39e 42d 39c #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) REVERSE CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) SPACER PLATE (46) ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE 44a ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 40 5a 40 23 ➤ ➤ GASKET (48) CASE (7) REAR BAND APPLY DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ RBA ➤ ➤ ➤ 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 ➤ ➤ 2 ➤ 20f ➤ ➤ DRIVE D LUBE FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE ➤ REVERSE 21 19d 24 22 ➤ 2ND CL ➤ ➤ D321 DRIVE OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ LO P RND ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ 19c DRIVE ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX N.. ..O.. .. ... ..... . ON ➤ ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43c 20 ➤ REV ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ TCC REG ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ 30a TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL N.. .O. OFF 24b ➤ #4 ➤ 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤REV ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ RBA ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 43f 22a ➤ ➤ C TC AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ PRN #11 ➤ LE AB EN ➤ DRIVE ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ 26b 26a 27 EX ➤ 45a ➤ 43h 43g 16 ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUM 3RD CL REG CON 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL V FD ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ REV ➤ ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD IMIT 7 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 36a 46a 15 45 ➤ ORIFICED EX ➤ EX #9 ➤ ➤ ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 ➤ 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 16a ➤ 35a 43e ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 41a 37b 37e 34a 34b 26g 26h 41 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ #6 #5 #10 #8 #3 #2 26j 26e 16b 26d 33b 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ E LUB ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .... ...NEUTRAL (Engine Running) TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ DRIVE TER CEN ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR 3RD/REVERSE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR CENTER LUBE 2ND CL 2ND CL ACCUM ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD CL FBA 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CL FD EX REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 9 32 32 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 12 31c 31b 13 14 28 28 FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE EX ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 24a 22 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20d 23a LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN LINE ➤ ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REV ➤ FILT ACTR FD EX LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE TCC SIGNAL REGULATED APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CASE (7) ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d ➤ REAR LO ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA ➤ ➤ REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N...... ..

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING LOW INTER.NEUTRAL (Engine Running) FORWARD MOTION IN NEUTRAL • Manual Valve (319) – Mis-positioned or stuck • Forward Clutch Piston (606) – Jammed • Forward Clutch Housing (602) – Passage plugged ENGINE STALL IN NEUTRAL • TCC System – Stuck On or dragging SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON OFF 80A .

(. .10) SCREEN. LUBE BALL.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.6. VENT SCREEN FILTER.5. (. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 80B .3. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.NEUTRAL (Engine Running) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. (.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD. .4. VENT PLUG. (.9. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.11) FILTER.8. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.

. .... .. ..... . .DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST .. .... ... .. 47 45 12 12 ➤ .. 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . . .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW. . 48 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 . ..EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 77 FOLDOUT ➤ 81 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ... ...... ...... ... .. .... .. ... .... ..... . ..... .. .. ..... .. . .... ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .... ....NEUTRAL 47 (Engine Running) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 11 19 11 11 45 1 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 40 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 23 40 #5 26 #6 26 34 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 44 43 #9 24 6 25a 30a ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 40 30 30 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES .... ➤ ......... ... . 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ... .... ..... . . ... . .. ... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . .. ..... . . ... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 .... . . .

.O. .. ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .....O.. .. ....... ... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX N.. OFF 24b #4 2ND CLUTCH REV REV REV 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC N ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL PRN #11 ACTR FD ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ LE AB ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 43g 43f ➤ 22a ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ V FD ➤ ➤ CON EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON IMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ V FD ➤ CO NV L ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ 36a LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 46a 15 45 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ORIFICED EX EX 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 41 ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 28 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 #6 26c ➤ #5 26f ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 33a #3 #2 26j 26e 16b ➤ 26d 33b 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ . .... ON ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ TCC REG ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ 30a TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 2-3 SOL N..... .O. ..OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) LER COO ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE E LUB TER CEN ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY 4TH CL ACCUMULATOR ACCUM ACCUMULATOR ACCUM REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 12 31c 31b 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 24a 22 19 ➤ 20d 23a LO PRND4 PRESSURE REG ➤ D21 ➤ ➤ EX EX D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ EX ➤ EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ ➤ REAR ➤ ➤ 82 Figure 78 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ 42b LO LO ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO 2d ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N....

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR LOSS OF DRIVE • Pump (203) – Seized – Broken Gears • Forward Clutch Piston (606) – Jammed • Forward Clutch Housing (602) – Passage plugged • Overdrive Roller Clutch (512) – Not Holding FIRST AND SECOND GEAR ONLY • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – – – – – Stuck Off Loose connector No voltage Solenoid o-ring failure No PCM signal to solenoid • 2-3 Shift Valve (312) – Stuck FIRST AND FOURTH GEAR ONLY • 1-2 Shift Solenoid Valve (313) – Stuck Off – Pinched wire to ground • 1-2 Shift Valve (314) – Stuck ENGINE STALLS IN DRIVE • Cooler Lines – Pinched SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH HOLDING LOW & REV BAND ON OFF * * HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE 82A .

SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 82B .062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. LUBE BALL.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.10) SCREEN. . OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.6. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.9.4.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.11) FILTER. .5. (.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. VENT SCREEN FILTER. (.8. (.3.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. VENT PLUG. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE. (.

OVERDRIVE RANGE – FIRST GEAR 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 23 40 #5 26 #6 26 34 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 44 43 #9 24 6 25a 30a ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 40 30 30 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ .. 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ... .. ....EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 79 FOLDOUT ➤ 83 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ....... .... . ... . . .. . ..... .. .... ......NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW. ..DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . ..... ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .... ... 47 45 12 12 ➤ . . . ............ . . . .. .. .... . ..... .. . . .. (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ....... ➤ ... .. ...... ...... 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ .. . ... ... . ... . 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 . .. .. . .. . ... ... . ......

..OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 4TH CLUTCH 3RD ACCUMULATOR ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 12 31c 31b ➤ 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 ➤ 24a 22 19 43d ➤ 5b 43b 43c 20d ➤ ➤ LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b 4 2c 14a 2 14b ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 ➤ LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ 84 Figure 80 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 ➤ LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39b 39a 42d 42c ➤ 39c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO LO DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.... ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .... OFF 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a 24b ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ N ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ ➤ 42a ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LO ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ LE AB ➤ ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON IMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV ORIFICED EX ➤ 36a 46a 15 45 V FD EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 31a ➤ 14d 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 28 28a 14c 34c 33c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 33a 26c 26f 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 #8 #3 ➤ #2 ➤ ➤ EX 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ . . DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N... .O. . .. . .. ... OFF REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD TCC REG REV REV REV ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N...O............ .O.

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER.OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR NO SECOND GEAR • Center Support (640) – Cracked – Feed hole blocked • Center Support Bolt (25) – Broken or loose – Oil hole is blocked • Intermediate Clutch Piston (636) – Cracked or jammed • Intermediate Clutch Piston Seals (637 & 638) – Worn • Intermediate Sprag Clutch (624) – Not Holding SECOND GEAR STARTS • 1-2 Shift Solenoid Valve (313) – – – – Stuck Off Poor connection O-ring failed No voltage to the solenoid • 1-2 Shift Valve (314) – Stuck SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF HOLDING APPLIED HOLDING 84A .

VENT PLUG. VENT SCREEN FILTER.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL.11) FILTER. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR. . FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE. (.4.OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. . OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.9.6. LUBE BALL.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. (.3. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 84B .8.5. (.10) SCREEN.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.

➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . ..... .OVERDRIVE RANGE – SECOND GEAR 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 30 26 #6 31 34 ➤ 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES ....... .... . . .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 81 FOLDOUT ➤ 85 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 .......... .. 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ...... . ...... .. . .. .. . . . . .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . . ... .. .. .. . ...... ..... .. . ..... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 .... ... .. ....... . .. . 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .. ➤ ....... .DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST .. ....... .. . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . ... . ... . . . .. 47 45 12 12 ➤ . .. ... ..........

. .. .. .OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ACCUM ACCUMULATOR ➤ FBA ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ ACCUM 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b ➤ 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT ➤ LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b 4 2c 14a 2 14b ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 ➤ LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ 86 Figure 82 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 ➤ LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39b 39a 42d 42c ➤ 39c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO LO DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N... ON EX 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 22b 17 24c 23 PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 FRONT BAND APPLY➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ ➤ 42a ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LO ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON V FD ➤ 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 36a 46a 45 EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 31a ➤ 33c ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 32 41 28 28a 14c 34c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 #8 ➤ #3 ➤ #2 ➤ ➤ EX 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ...... ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N.O. .. OFF REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b TCC REG REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ EX N...... .... ..O. ...... .O...

OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR NO THIRD GEAR • Center Support (640) – Cracked – Leaking at the case • Center Support Bolt (25) – Broken or loose – Oil hole is blocked • Direct Clutch Piston (619) – Worn • Direct Clutch Piston Seals (620. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING 86A .621 & 622) – Cracked or jammed • Direct Clutch Ball Check Valve – Leaking • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – – – – Stuck Off Pinched Wire O-ring failed No voltage to the solenoid • 2-3 Shift Valve (312) – Stuck • Manual 2-1 Band Servo Piston (58) – Stuck On • 3rd Accumulator – Leaking SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.

(.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.9.4. (.8. (. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. (. LUBE BALL. VENT SCREEN FILTER.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.5. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 86B . PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.10) SCREEN. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. . VENT PLUG.OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR.3.11) FILTER.6. .043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.

.. .. . ... ... ...... . . . 47 45 12 12 ➤ ..... ... ...... . .. .... . .. ......NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW.. 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ .. .. . . ... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .. ... ... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 .. ... . . ..... .... . .. .... . ....... 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ .. ....... 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .. .... .. ... .. .OVERDRIVE RANGE – THIRD GEAR 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 30 26 #6 31 34 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 ➤ 26i/28 39 ➤ 34 47 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 ➤ (317) #7 )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES .... ... ➤ . ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .. ... . .. ...EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 83 FOLDOUT ➤ 87 ➤ 45 26 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 .. . . ..DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . .... ... .......

.. ➤ (Torque Converter Clutch Released) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . .....OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUM 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d ➤ 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) RELEASE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ ➤ 7 ➤ 37a 19 ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT ➤ LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 8 24 ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b 4 2c 14a 2 14b ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 ➤ LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ 88 Figure 84 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 ➤ LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39b 39a 42d 42c ➤ 39c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO LO DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. .. ...........O... ON ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b TCC REG REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX EX N... .O. . ... .. ON 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 22b 17 24c 23 PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ ➤ 42a ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LO ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON V FD ➤ 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 36a 46a 45 EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 33c ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 37f ➤ 14d 31a 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 38 41 ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ #6 ➤ ➤ #5 ➤ #10 ➤ #8 ➤ #3 #2 ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX N.. .

ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING 88A .OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Released) NO FOURTH GEAR • Fourth Clutch Piston Seals (527 & 631) – Nicked. cut or worn • Fourth Clutch Piston (528) – Jammed • Fourth Clutch Housing Cup Plug (530) – Missing • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – – – – Stuck Off Pinched wire O-ring failed No voltage to the solenoid • 2-3 Shift Valve (312) – Stuck • 4th Accumulator – Leaking FOURTH GEAR STARTS • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – Stuck On – Pinched wire to ground SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH OVERRUN APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER.

043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. VENT PLUG. . OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.8.6. (.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD. (.10) SCREEN.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Released) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.5.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. LUBE BALL. . (. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.9.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 88B . VENT SCREEN FILTER.3.4.11) FILTER.

.. 47 45 12 12 ➤ ......... ..... .. ... . ... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . .. ... .. ..... ... . . . ..... . ... ... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 . .. . .. ... .. ..... ... .... . .....OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Released) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 30 26 #6 31 34 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 ➤ 37 47 34 ➤ 26i/28 39 ➤ 34 47 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 ➤ (317) #7 )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . .. . ........ (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . ... ...... ➤ ... . 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .....DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST ...NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW. ..... .. . ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ .. .. .... ... ... . . .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 85 FOLDOUT ➤ 89 ➤ 45 26 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ........ .. . ... . ..

O.O. ON ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD ➤ REG APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG ➤ LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ 3a ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ON ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ TCC REG REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ 4 FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX EX N.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ (Torque Converter Clutch Applied) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE ➤ RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUM 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d ➤ 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ ➤ 7 ➤ 37a 19 ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT REG CONV FD ➤ ➤ LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ PRN ➤ EX ➤ ➤ REL 24 8 LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b 4 ➤ 2c 14a 2 14b ➤ ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 ➤ LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ ➤ 90 Figure 86 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 ➤ LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39b 39a 42d 42c ➤ 39c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ 42b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO LO DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.O. ON 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 22b 17 24c 23 PRND4 ➤ LO ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E ➤ BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ ➤ 42a ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ LO ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ E BL NA ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON V FD ➤ ➤ 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 36a 46a 45 EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 33c ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 37f ➤ ➤ 14d 31a 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 38 41 ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ #6 ➤ ➤ #5 ➤ #10 ➤ #8 ➤ #3 #2 ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE 2b PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX N.

ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING 90A . ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH OVERRUN APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Applied) The torque converter clutch (TCC) applies during Fourth gear operation when the powertrain control module (PCM) receives the appropriate input signals to energize (turn ON) the Torque Converter Clutch Pulse Width Modulated (TCC PWM) solenoid valve. NO TCC APPLY • TCC PWM Solenoid Valve (323) – – – – Stuck Off O-ring failed No voltage to the solenoid Poor connection • TCC Valve (223) – Stuck in Off position • Turbine Shaft Seals (501) – Ineffective • Regulated Apply Valve (324) – Stuck TCC STUCK ON • TCC PWM Solenoid Valve (323) – Stuck On – Pinched wire to ground • Regulated Apply Valve (324) – Stuck SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER.

(. (.11) FILTER. .375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.5. (.4. LUBE BALL. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Applied) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 90B .3.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. .6.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.9. (.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.8. VENT SCREEN FILTER. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.10) SCREEN. VENT PLUG.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.

. ..... .. . ... .. . .. . ....... ..OVERDRIVE RANGE – FOURTH GEAR (Torque Converter Clutch Applied) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ ➤ 49 12 12 11 11 ➤ 29 49 19 ➤ 11 45 1 3 3 ➤ ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 30 40 ➤ 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 29 40 19 30 3 19 43 14 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 1 1 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 14 14 43 20 2 5 43 22 ➤ 19 2 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c ➤ 3 42 42a 3 10 ➤ (75) 37 ➤ 3a 25 5 5 40 ➤ 23 44 43 #9 24 6 25a 5d ➤ ➤ 37d 5e/6 37c 45a 34b 26e/32 26f/32 34a ➤ 40 30 40 34 30 #5 26c/38 ➤ 26 #6 31d 34c 16 43h 47 26 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 28a 14 ➤ ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26d/38 9 47 45 20 26a/27 8 26g 5 ➤ 22 45 43 18 43 39 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a 47 2 43 (39) 47 20 14 37 ➤ 37 47 34 ➤ 26i/28 ➤ 34 47 38a 47 2 44 47 ➤ 47 18 ➤ (317) #7 )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 18 36 31 23 45 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 .DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST .. .. .. 30 40 3 2 38 47 ➤ CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) ...... . ....... . .. ...... . . . ...... ... .... .... .. . ... . .. ...... .. ..... ..... . . . . .. .. .... . .. .... 39 ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 22b 43d 13 ➤ 43 22 43 20 20 2 (39) ➤ 7 1 .. .. 12 ➤ 13 (90) . . ....... . . .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW. 12 12 ➤ . ..... .. .. ➤ ... .. ..... ..... ..... ... .. ...... 39 4 45 32 26 34 42 18 34 36 37 34 46 17 31 34 18 36 31 24 24 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 . (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) 47 45 ➤ 2 49 ..... ...... 1 1 47 26 47 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 47 47 43 34 47 47 21 5 24 31 43 23 31 42 33 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ 19 43 14 32 ➤ ➤ 26 17 36 46 37 36 17 18 5 18 36 45 34 41 50 ➤ ➤ . .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 40 28 28 26 37 47 32 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 87 FOLDOUT ➤ 91 ➤ 45 26 14c 32a 26h (302) 43 16 41 17 42 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ ➤ 30a 40a 26b ➤ ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ 2 .... . .. . . 39c 42b 18b 45b 4 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 44a 47 42d 2 14 47 47 20a 20b 19 ➤ 23 39e 5c 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20d/22 47 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ........ ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . ... ........ 42 3 37 25 5 6 30 26 38 27 14 14 38 . 37 39 39 2 2 37 3 33 42 3 25 5 37 5 45 34 30 40 26 26 26 26 26 14 14 38 34 37 47 32 ➤ 37 37 17 31 26 26 ➤ 28 . 2a 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37e ➤ ..... . .. ......... . . .. ... ... 14 47 37 34 27 42 19 32 30 26 14 38 16 47 25 45 5 2 6 40 45 37 42 47 30 45 3 2 4 25 2 47 47 47 40 39 19 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . ...

.. ➤ (Torque Converter Clutch Released) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ E BL NA CE TC ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ... . .O.. ON 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 22b 17 24c 23 PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC ➤ ➤ ➤ CE ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ B NA LE ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b 45a ➤ ➤ EX 4TH CLUTCH FEED ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD REG CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a 19 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ LIM ➤ ➤ IT ➤ 7 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CL ➤ ORIF EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ NV ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 36a 46a 45 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG 3RD ACCUM ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ CO ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 33c ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 ➤ #8 ➤ #3 #2 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUMULATOR ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ D321 DRIVE FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ OFF ➤ REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) ➤ REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ REG APPLY 4 REV EX 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ ORIFICED REG APPLY ➤ 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤3a ➤ OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b TCC REG ➤ REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ➤ FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX ➤ 4 ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX EX N..... ..... .. ...... .OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT TORQUE CONVERTER (1) OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUM PRND43 ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 3RD CL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT ➤ SIGNAL ➤ LINE 49 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b EX ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ REL 8 24 ➤ ➤TCC ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST ➤ 3 3b ➤ 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 5c 20a ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE SIGNAL PRND43 LO LO ➤ ➤ TCC 20e ➤ ➤ REAR ➤ ➤ 92 Figure 88 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ 42b LO LO ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO 2d ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N... ... ..O.

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER. a 4-3 downshift can occur due to minimum or heavy throttle conditions or increased load on the engine. NO 4-3 DOWNSHIFT • 1-2 Shift Solenoid Valve (313) – Stuck On – Pinched wire to ground • 3-4 Shift Valve (308) – Stuck in upshift position SLOW/SOFT DOWNSHIFT • #10 Ball Check Valve – Stuck in seated position TCC STUCK ON • TCC PWM Solenoid Valve (323) – Stuck On – Pinched wire to ground • Regulated Apply Valve (324) – Stuck SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. The TCC and 4th clutch release during a 4-3 downshift and the TCC normally will not apply in Overdrive range Third gear. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED HOLDING 92A .OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT With the transmission operating in Fourth gear.

016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (. .25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.11) FILTER. VENT SCREEN FILTER.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG. VENT PLUG.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.9. (. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 92B .10) SCREEN.5.OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. (. (.8. . LUBE BALL.6. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.3.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.4.

. ......... . . . ...... . ..DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST ...NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW...... . . . ... ... . . .. . ➤ . ... ..... .. ... ...OVERDRIVE RANGE – 4-3 DOWNSHIFT (Torque Converter Clutch Released) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 30 26 #6 31 34 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 ➤ 26i/28 39 ➤ 34 47 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 ➤ (317) #7 )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES ... ... 47 45 12 12 ➤ . ... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ...... ... . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ ... . . (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ......... .. ....... ... . .. . . .. ..... . . ... . ..EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 89 FOLDOUT ➤ 93 ➤ 45 26 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 .. .. ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . . .. . .. .. .. 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .... .............. 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 ..

. . .. ..... OFF 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 24b ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ 26a 27 43h #9 16 PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX ➤ 4TH CL FD 3RD CL FD ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ REV ➤ 36a ORIFICED EX 46a 15 45 EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 35a ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 34a ➤ 31a ➤ 14d 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 26g 26h ➤33c 41 ➤ ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 33a ➤ 26c 26f ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 #8 ➤ #3 ➤ #2 ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . .O. ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ..OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 4TH CLUTCH ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ EX ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b ➤ 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b 22b 17 23 23 18 ➤ 24a 22 19 43d ➤ 5b 43b 43c 20d ➤ ➤ LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 45b 45 4 ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN EX LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO LO ➤ 20e ➤ ➤ REAR ➤ ➤ 94 Figure 90 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH LINE ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 40 40 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ 18a ➤ 5a 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ D321 ➤ D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ 42b LO LO ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO 2d ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N.. ......O.. . ..... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N........ OFF REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC REG REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) ACTUATOR FEED 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ➤ ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX ➤ 46b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N...O..

2 downshift occurs when the powertrain control module (PCM) receives the appropriate input signals to de-energize (turn OFF) the 2-3 shift solenoid valve. A 3. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF HOLDING APPLIED HOLDING 94A . NO 3-2 DOWNSHIFT • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – Stuck On – Pinched wire to ground • 2-3 Shift Valve (312) – Stuck in upshift position SLOW/SOFT DOWNSHIFT • #8 Ball Check Valve – Stuck in seated position SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. a 3-2 downshift can occur due to minimum or heavy throttle conditions or increased load on the engine.OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT With the transmission operating in Third gear.

.9. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.6.11) FILTER.10) SCREEN.3.8. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE. (.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. (. VENT SCREEN FILTER. VENT PLUG.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.5. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 94B . .25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG. LUBE BALL.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR.4. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. (. (.

.. ..... . 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .. 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .. .. . . ...........EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 91 FOLDOUT ➤ 95 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 3 3 1 1 1 ... . ...... . .OVERDRIVE RANGE – 3-2 DOWNSHIFT 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 1 ➤ 43 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 ➤ 14 47 29 47 45 29 3 2 45 14 47 30 40 30 40 29 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 40 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 30 26 #6 31 34 ➤ 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES .... . . . .... .. .. 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ..... .DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . .. . ... .. .. ➤ . . ... .... ...... .... (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 ... . .. .. . . ... . . ........... . 47 45 12 12 ➤ . ..... 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . . ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW..... .... ... ..... .... ..... ..... ... ..

.. ... ... ... .O... ..MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUM PRND43 ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 REG CONV FD ➤ ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT ➤ SIGNAL ➤ LINE 49 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ 45b EX ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ ➤ ➤TCC ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD PRN ACTUATOR FEED D 21 ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE SIGNAL PRND43 LO ➤ ➤ TCC 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ ➤ 96 Figure 92 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 ➤ 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) 40 ➤ CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 5a 40 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ ➤ D321 D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ 18a➤ ➤ DRIVE OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ REV ➤ 42b LO LO ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N...... OFF REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) ➤ REVERSE 14a ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 2c ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ REG APPLY 3b 4 REV EX 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ 3 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ ORIFICED REG APPLY ➤ 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤3a ➤ OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b TCC REG ➤ REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REL 8 24 TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX ➤ 4 ➤ EX 45 46b ➤ EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE EX EX N.O. . DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE LO P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE OVERRUN CLUTCH REVERSE 21 ➤ ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ D321 DRIVE FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ N........ ➤ (From Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . ON 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC ➤ SIGNAL ➤ 2-3 SOL ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX ➤ RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 ➤ ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ 23a 22b 17 24c 23 ➤ PRND4 ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ➤ 4TH ➤ CLUTCH FEED ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d 18b 36b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43h #9 16 ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ PRND43 43g 43f 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ V FD 45a ➤ ➤ ➤ CON EX 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ REG CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV 15 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 36a 45 ➤ 3RD CL ➤ ORIF EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ORIFICED EX ➤ 46a EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG 3RD ACCUM ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 33c ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 31a 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26c 33a 26f ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 ➤ #8 ➤ #3 #2 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) 3RD/REVERSE ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ACCUMULATOR ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .O. .. ....

96A . NO THIRD GEAR • Center Support (640) – Cracked – Leaking at the case • Center Support Bolt (25) – Broken or loose – Oil hole is blocked • Direct Clutch Piston (619) – Worn • Direct Clutch Piston Seals (620.MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR (from Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) A manual 4-3 downshift can be accomplished by moving the gear selector lever into the Manual Third position (D) when the transmission is operating in Overdrive Range .Fourth Gear D . ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED APPLIED LOW INTER.621 & 622) – Cracked or jammed • Direct Clutch Ball Check Valve – Leaking • 2-3 Shift Solenoid Valve (311) – – – – Stuck Off Pinched Wire O-ring failed No voltage to the solenoid • 2-3 Shift Valve (312) – Stuck • Manual 2-1 Band Servo Piston (58) – Stuck On NO OVERRUN BRAKING • Overrun Clutch Piston (505) – Cracked – Jammed • Overrun Clutch Housing Ball Check Valve (537) – Leaking • Orifice #1 – Plugged • Overrun Clutch Plates – Worn • Overrun Clutch Seals – Cut SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF ON OVERRUN APPLIED OVERRUN NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION.

MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR (from Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. LUBE BALL. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.9. VENT PLUG.11) FILTER.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 96B . REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. (.8.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. VENT SCREEN FILTER.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.3.6.4. (. .10) SCREEN. .5. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. (.

. . . ..MANUAL THIRD – THIRD GEAR (From Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 ➤ 1 ➤ 43 47 45 29 ➤ 14 47 29 3 2 45 14 47 29 ➤ 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 30 40 30 40 ➤ 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 40 30 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 ➤ 40 30 26 #6 31 34 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 ➤ ➤ 12 47 ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 ➤ 26i/28 39 ➤ 34 47 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 ➤ (317) #7 )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . ... . .. .... ... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .... 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ . ... . ... ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . .... . .. .... ........ . . ... ➤ . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . .. ...... .. ... . . ....... . ... ..... . . .. .NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW.. .. ..... . 47 45 12 12 ➤ . .... .... 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ ....EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 93 FOLDOUT ➤ 97 ➤ 45 26 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 1 1 ➤ 3 3 1 .... ... ... .... ... .... .....DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST . (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 .... .... .... . .... ..

... OFF 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ 30a ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 24b 18 ➤ 24a 23 ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ ➤ 2a ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL 2-3 SOL ➤ LINE 1-2 SIGNAL REV EX 24c #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ RBA PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 22b 17 23 PRND4 ➤ ➤ CONVERTER FEED ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 ➤ 22a 18b 36b ➤ 23a ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 ➤ 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 3RD CLUTCH FEED ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) 42a TORQUE SIGNAL LO ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED PRN #11 ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ E BL NA ➤ ACCUM ➤ 3-4 SHIFT ➤ ➤ ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26a 27 43h #9 16 PRND43 43g 43f ➤ 2-3 DRIVE 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON V FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ IMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD CL ORIF EX ➤ 4TH CL FD ➤ ➤ 36a ORIFICED EX 46a 15 45 EX ➤ 3RD CL FD ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ REV ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ CO NV L ➤ ➤ ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) ➤ LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO (61–74) 2ND CLUTCH FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 35a ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 34a ➤ 31a ➤ 14d 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 26g 26h ➤33c 41 ➤ ➤ 28 28a 14c 34c 37f FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 33a ➤ 26c 26f ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26j ➤ ➤ 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 ➤ #5 ➤ #10 #8 ➤ #3 ➤ ➤ #2 ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LER COO ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ E LUB TER CEN ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .O.O.. OFF ACTR FD REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL 2ND CLUTCH ACTR FD REG APPLY 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC REG ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 43d ➤ REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED 5b 43b ➤ ➤ 25a ➤ TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) 8 ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ➤ ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 19 20d ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ EX ➤ 46b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ N..... ...... .. .. ➤ (From Manual Third – Third Gear) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .... ...MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ 2ND CL 2ND CL CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ACCUMULATOR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REVERSE ACCUM ➤ ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR 4TH CLUTCH ACCUM ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE ➤ EX ACCUM ACCUMULATOR FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR ➤ 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 17a 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 ➤ 12 31c 31b ➤ 13 43e 14 28 ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE COOLER DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG ➤ EX EX ➤ D21 D 21 ➤ REG CONV FD ➤ ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT LINE 49 ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ 45b 45 4 ➤ TCC SIGNAL PRN EX ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST 3 3b ➤ ➤ 4 2c 14a 2 ➤ ➤ REV EX ➤ FILT ACTR FD LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 21 20c ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG TORQUE SIGNAL LINE ➤ ➤ 14b ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD D 21 ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 ➤ PRND43 LINE ➤ PRND4 LO REVERSE TCC SIGNAL D321 DRIVE PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR ➤ ➤ 42b LO LO ➤ DRIVE SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ ➤ 98 Figure 94 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 ➤ 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) 40 ➤ CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) 44a ACTUATOR FEED ➤ 5a 40 23 SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ ➤ D321 D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 18a DRIVE OIL PAN (28) LINE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA PRND4 REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N....... . .. .O. DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) TFP SWITCH RBA 1 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND43 ➤ ➤ PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE LO P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ 19d 22 24 2ND CL DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ N. .

ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER. 98A . This causes the transmission to shift immediately into Second gear and prevents the transmission from upshifting to either Third or Fourth gears. NO SECOND GEAR • Center Support (640) – Cracked – Feed hole blocked • Center Support Bolt (25) – Broken or loose – Oil hole is blocked • Intermediate Clutch Piston (636) – Cracked or jammed • Intermediate Clutch Piston Seals (637 & 638) – Worn NO OVERRUN BRAKING • Overrun Clutch Piston (505) – Cracked – Jammed • Overrun Clutch Housing Ball Check Valve (537) – Leaking • Orifice #1 – Plugged SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND OFF OFF APPLIED HOLDING APPLIED OVERRUN NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION.MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR (from Manual Third – Third Gear) A manual 3-2 downshift can be accomplished by moving the gear selector lever into the Manual Second (2) position when the transmission is operating in Third gear.

375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 98B . (.8. VENT PLUG. (. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL. VENT SCREEN FILTER.043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. LUBE BALL.5. REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.10) SCREEN. FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.4.11) FILTER.016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. .9.3.6.MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR (from Manual Third – Third Gear) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. (. .

....... . .. .. ... .. ....... .. .. . . . 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ..... ..DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST .. . ... .... .. .. . .. . 47 45 12 12 ➤ .... 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 95 FOLDOUT ➤ 99 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 1 1 ➤ 3 3 1 ....MANUAL SECOND – SECOND GEAR (From Manual Third – Third Gear) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 ➤ 1 ➤ 43 47 45 29 ➤ 14 47 29 3 2 45 14 47 29 ➤ 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 30 40 30 40 ➤ 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 ➤ 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 31 45 33 19 24 35 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 40 30 23 40 #5 44 43 #9 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 34 45 26 17 17 40 30 26 #6 31 34 ➤ 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 31d 34c 16 43h 47 ➤ 9 47 20 45 28 12 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES . ..... .... ➤ .. . . ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ ... .. . . .. 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .. . .. .. ......... ..... .. . . . (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 .... .. . .... . ...........NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW.. .. .. .. . .... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .. ...........

..... . OFF ➤ 24a 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX EX ORIFICED EX 2-3 SHIFT VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 24b ➤ 18 23 #4 2ND CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ SUCTION ➤ 2a 30a ➤ LINE TCC SIGNAL EX 24c ➤ 2-3 SOL RBA ➤ ➤ PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE PRND4 CONVERTER FEED 23a 22b 17 23 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ORIFICE CUP PLUG (236) ACT FD LIMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ AL E IGN AS URN CS LE TC RE /RET E BE Y PL RIV LU AP D ONT ➤ FR ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FILTERED ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH 5 5e 6 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 SIGNAL PRND4 4TH CLUTCH FEED 2-3 DRIVE 3RD CLUTCH FEED 2-3 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ CE TC N ➤ ➤ AIR BLEED (210) ➤ 42a ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL LE AB ➤ 6 ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ 26a 27 ➤ EX 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ 26b ➤ ➤ ➤ CON V FD EX 45a 43h 4TH CLUTCH FEED EX ➤ ➤ ➤ 19a ➤ DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ➤ ORIFICED ACCUM ➤ 3RD CL REG CON IMIT ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ V FD 3RD CL ORIF EX 3RD CL FD 3RD/REV REV #11 PRND43 ORIFICED EX 46a 15 45 EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ACCUM LO ➤ ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ CO NV L ➤ 4TH ACCUM TORQUE SIG ➤ 3RD ACCUM 4TH CLUTCH ➤ MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO (55–60) 4TH CL FD ➤ 36a LOW & REVERSE BAND SERVO ➤ (61–74) #9 16 3-4 SHIFT PRN ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL 43g 43f ➤ 22a 18b 36b 2ND CLUTCH ➤ FBA 31d ORIFICE CUP PLUG (208) ➤ 31a ORIFICE CUP PLUG (237) 14d 16a 41a 37b 37e 34b 34a 26g 26h 35a 41 28 28a FILTER (75) REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #6 26c ➤ #5 26f ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 33a #3 ➤ #2 26j ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26e 16b 26d 33b 26i ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH ACCUMULATOR 4TH CL REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) ➤ 4TH CLUTCH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .O.O.O.... DRIVE PUMP COVER (206) ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) ➤ ➤ ➤ TFP SWITCH RBA 1 PRND43 PRND4 20f ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE D 2 LUBE LO P RND 19c ➤ ➤ ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH FILTER (317) ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (8) REVERSE REVERSE 21 ➤ ➤ 19d 22 24 ➤ 2ND CL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ REGULATED APPLY ➤ MANUAL VALVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC SIGNAL FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 20b ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIGNAL LINE REV ACTR FD 1-2 SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ TORQUE SIG ➤ 14b PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE (320) ➤ ➤ FILTER (302) ➤ N......... . . ON ➤ ➤ 2ND 1-2 SHIFT VALVE ➤ EX ACTR FD PRND43 PUMP BODY (203) REVERSE TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ 1-2 SOL ➤ ➤ 1-2 SIGNAL ACTR FD REG APPLY 3b 4 20 CLUTCH ➤ REV ➤ EX ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3 ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ APP/RET REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REG APPLY 2-3 SIG LINE ➤ REVERSE ➤ 43c ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ EX 3a OFF ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TCC REG ➤ ➤ R CONV FD ➤ 43d 5b 43b ➤ REV REV REV ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ 25a TCC (PWM) SOLENOID VALVE EX (323) 8 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ REL 24 FBA ORIFICED EX ➤ ➤ 22 ➤ 20d 19 ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ ➤ CONV FD ➤ FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE EX ➤ N. .MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER (1) LER COO ➤ ➤ ➤ COOLER ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD/REV ➤ DRIVE REVERSE E LUB TER CEN ➤ OVERRUN CLUTCH CENTER LUBE RELEASE ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 2-3 ➤ DRIVE ➤ ACCUMULATOR 2ND CL 2ND CL ➤ ➤ ➤ CENTER LUBE ACCUM ACCUMULATOR GASKET (47) ACCUMULATOR ➤ 3RD/REVERSE 3RD CL FD ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) EX REVERSE ACCUM ACCUM ACCUM ACCUMULATOR ➤ FBA ➤ 4TH CL 3RD CL ➤ PRND43 4TH CLUTCH 14c 34c 17a ➤ 8 38 38 ➤ 9 32 32 ➤ ➤ 10 37c 37d 11 34 34 33c 37f 12 31c 31b ➤ 13 43e 14 28 ➤ ➤ FRONT LUBE CASE (7) ➤ RELEASE ➤ EX ➤ EX PRN D 21 D 21 D 21 ➤ 7 37a 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ 4TH CL FD 4TH CL ➤ ➤ 2-3 DRIVE ➤ ➤ COOLER FRONT BAND APPLY➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE 5d LO PRND4 ➤ PRESSURE REG EX EX D21 D 21 1-2 SIGNAL REV REG CONV FD ➤ CONV CLUTCH SHIFT ➤ LINE 49 ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 45b EX EX ➤ 45 4 46b TCC SIGNAL PRN ➤ LINE ACTR FD BOOST ➤ FILT ACTR FD ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ 2c 14a 2 ➤ 21 20c ➤ TCC SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ FILTERED ACTR FD EX FILTERED ACTR FD ACTUATOR FD D 21 ➤ PRN ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 2b ➤ EX EX ➤ LINE ➤ 5c 20a ➤ ➤ DRIVE CASE (7) ➤ PRND4 PRND43 LINE ➤ REVERSE PRND4 LO ➤ TCC SIGNAL DRIVE D321 PRND43 LO ➤ 20e ➤ 2d REAR LO ➤ ➤ 42b SUCTION REVERSE DRIVE 40a 39d 43a 19b 39e 42d 39c OVERRUN CLUTCH ➤ ➤ 100 Figure 96 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINE ACTUATOR FEED REVERSE DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ #1 LO PRESSURE TAP (24) 1 ➤ 39a 39b 42c FILTER ASSEMBLY (31) 40 ➤ CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) GASKET (45) SPACER PLATE (46) GASKET (48) CASE (7) ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ ➤ 5a 40 23 ➤ ➤ 44a D321 D321 ➤ REAR BAND APPLY ➤ ➤ ➤ ACTUATOR FEED ➤ REVERSE ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRESSURES INTAKE & DECREASE (SUCTION) CONVERTER & LUBE MAINLINE SOLENOID SIGNAL "ON" SOLENOID SIGNAL "OFF" ACCUMULATOR ACTUATOR FEED TORQUE SIGNAL ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 18a DRIVE OIL PAN (28) LINE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LO LO ➤ ➤ DRIVE REV ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ PRND4 ➤ ➤ LINE ➤ ➤ #7 RBA REVERSE REV LO ALL PRND43 SWITCHES N..... .... ➤ (From Manual Second – Second Gear) OVERRUN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (504–511) 4TH CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (523–533) FORWARD CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (602–616) DIRECT CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (616–623) INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY & CENTER SUPPORT (629–640) ➤ ➤ APPLY/RETURN ➤ FRONT LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE ➤ ➤ ➤ DRIVE REVERSE ➤ ➤ 3RD/REVERSE CENTER LUBE ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 3RD ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUM ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC C EN AB L ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ TC CE NA BL E ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ .. . . ....

If vehicle speed is below approximately 56 km/h (35 mph) the transmission will shift into First gear. NO FIRST GEAR • Manual 2-1 Band Servo Piston (58) – Stuck On • Pump (203) – Seized – Broken Gears • Forward Clutch Piston (606) – Jammed • Forward Clutch Housing (602) – Passage plugged NO OVERRUN BRAKING • Overrun Clutch Piston (505) – Cracked – Jammed • Overrun Clutch Housing Ball Check Valve (537) – Leaking • Orifice #1 – Plugged SOLENOID 1-2 2-3 FOURTH OVERRUN CLUTCH CLUTCH APPLIED OVERDRIVE MANUAL INTER. ROLLER CLUTCH CLUTCH LOW & REV BAND ON OFF * HOLDING APPLIED * HOLDING BUT NOT EFFECTIVE. 100A . the transmission will shift into a Manual First Second Gear condition until vehicle speed slows sufficiently. NOTE: DESCRIPTIONS ABOVE EXPLAIN COMPONENT FUNCTION DURING ACCELERATION. ROLLER FORWARD DIRECT 2-1 SPRAG CLUTCH CLUTCH CLUTCH BAND CLUTCH HOLDING APPLIED LOW INTER.MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR (from Manual Second – Second Gear) A manual 2-1 downshift can be accomplished by moving the gear selector lever into the Manual First (1) position when the transmission is operating in Second gear. Above this speed.

FRONT OIL COOLER PIPE PIPE.9.11) FILTER. (.6.4. SHIFT SOLENOID FEED 100B . REAR OIL COOLER PIPE PLUG.375 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #7.5.031) ORIFICE CUP SHIELD.MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR (from Manual Second – Second Gear) PASSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 SUCTION LINE REGULATED APPLY ORIFICED REGULATOR APPLY ACTUATOR FEED ORIFICED ACTUATOR FEED CONVERTER FEED REGULATED CONVERTER FEED TCC ENABLE CONVERTER RELEASE CONVERTER APPLY/RETURN COOLER CENTER LUBE TORQUE SIGNAL PRN (PARK REVERSE NEUTRAL) PRND43 PRND4 DRIVE FILTERED ACTUATOR FEED 1-2 SIGNAL 2-3 SIGNAL 2-3 DRIVE 2ND CLUTCH FILTERED 2-3 DRIVE ACCUMULATOR ORIFICED ACCUMULATOR 2ND ACCUMULATOR PUMP SEAL DRAINBACK TCC SIGNAL FBA (FRONT BAND APPLY) 3RD ACCUMULATOR 3RD CLUTCH FEED 3RD CLUTCH 3RD / REVERSE 4TH CLUTCH FEED 4TH CLUTCH 4TH ACCUMULATOR D321 OVERRUN CLUTCH D21 LO REVERSE RBA (REAR BAND APPLY) EXHAUST ORIFICED EXHAUST VOID VENT FRONT LUBE REAR LUBE COMPONENTS ( ) (8) (9) (24) (39) (54) (75) (90) (208) (210) (236) (237) (239) (302) (305) (317) CONNECTOR. VENT PLUG. OIL TEST HOLE (HEX HD 1/8 PIPE) PIPE.062) ORIFICE CUP PLUG.8. LUBE BALL. PWM SOLENOID CONNECTOR. (.10) SCREEN. (. VENT SCREEN FILTER. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FEED BALL.3.25 DIAMETER (BALL CHECK VALVES #1. .043) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. .016) ORIFICE CUP PLUG. (.

... . .. .. . ... ... . .. .EXHAUST FLUID NOT SHOWN 25 30 26 26 5 26 27 28 28 26 14 14 38 GASKET (47) (Accumulator Housing to Spacer Plate) ➤ GASKET (48) (Case to Spacer Plate) ➤ 47 32 47 32 GASKET (45) (Spacer Plate to Control Valve Body) Figure 97 FOLDOUT ➤ 101 ➤ 14c 32a 26h (302) 42 41 45 47 47 43 19 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ #10 #8 (24) 2 42 44 43 22 43 20 20 ➤ 1 1 ➤ 3 3 1 . .... . . .MANUAL FIRST – FIRST GEAR (From Manual Second – Second Gear) 2 45 8 8 9 9 8 12 9 12 ➤ ➤ 10 8 ➤ 49 12 12 29 49 19 ➤ 11 11 11 45 ➤ 1 ➤ 43 47 45 29 ➤ 14 47 29 3 2 45 14 47 29 ➤ 47 2 30 30 2 43 45 30 40 30 40 ➤ 3 2 19 43 14 43 2 3 ➤ PUMP BODY (203) (Pump Cover Side) #1 PUMP COVER (206) (Pump Body Side) PUMP COVER (206) (Case Side) ➤ 40 ➤ 14 2 ➤ 43 47 2 3 47 43 19 3 19 43 14 30 ➤ 2 1 ➤ 1 #3 41a 16a 41 42 #4 5 14a ➤ 42c ➤ 1 ➤ 41 39d 47 39 16 5 39 47 16 14 43 19➤ 2 3 ➤ 14 14 43 19 2 3 25 20 2 5 43 39 2 42 3 37 5 23 40 #5 26 #6 26 34 22 ➤ 37 42 18 33 36 37 23 24 45 31 34 31 45 33 19 24 44 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ 37a/19 2c 2a ➤ 35 42a 3a 5 ➤ 10 ➤ 39b/40 18a 33a/34 37b 3b/4 11 ➤ 3 33b/34 36a 37d 37e 45a 34b 26e/32 ➤ 31b 36b 12 ➤ 31a 33c 23a 23/24c 24a ➤ ➤ (75) ➤ ➤ 44 25a 30a 24 6 ➤ ➤ 5d 5e/6 37c 40a 40 30 43 #9 26b 26c/38 26d/38 ➤ 40 30 31d 34c 16 43h 47 9 47 20 45 28 12 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 26j/28 14 ➤ ➤ 45 14d 37f 34a 28a 14 ➤ 28 ➤ 17 17 26a/27 8 26f/32 26g 5 20 ➤ 22 47 2 43 18 16 43 41 17 2 42 43 45 43 23 19 22 21 21 43 5 20 17a (39) 47 14 37 37 47 34 45 34 47 ➤ 26i/28 39 26 ➤ 38a 47 47 ➤ 44 47 18 #7 (317) )8 ( 12 ACCUMULATOR HOUSING (51) CASE (7) (Control Valve Body Side) 13 (90) 41 39 16 16 2 42 44 SPACER PLATE (46) 41 39 39 42 16 5 20 14 20 20 19 24 42 20 19 2 2 14 5 43 19 40 37 4 34 36 3 37 43 43 30 25 26 5 6 40 38 32 26 17 14 14 38 37 34 46 45 34 37 39 18 20 20 2 22 43 43 19 41 41 2 42 44 CONTROL VALVE BODY (44) (Case Side) 42 41 ➤ 39 5 43 43 42 18 36 31 24 24 31 34 35 43 43 45 31 23 46 33 22 19 14 14 20 5 20 2 22 43 5 43 43 42 18 36 3 37 5 40 45 34 45 31 34 26 26 17 34 37 26 31 26 28 37 18 36 31 23 35 45 31 23 24 33 45 22 5 43 43 20 20 21 22 19 37 2 42 2 39 37 3 33 39 19 NOTE: INDICATES BOLT HOLES ... 48 47 7 47 2 48 ➤ ➤ 48 .. .. .. . . 1 1 47 26 47 47 28 47 47 35 #11 5 24 31 45 36 42 31 23 33 43 46 5 19 22 22 ➤ ➤ 2 19 43 14 32 47 47 43 ➤ ➤ ➤ 47 46 21 34 50 ➤ ➤ ➤ . .... ........ 44a 23 2d 20f 14b 20e 5a 19a 2b 43a 39a/40 39c 1 16b/41 22a 5b 43c 43b 42b 18b 45b 4 2 (39) ➤ 7 31c 23/24b 17 18 15 ➤ 46a/45 ➤ ➤ 7 8 24 7 1 ➤ 10 13 40 49 42d 2 14 39e 22b 5c 47 43d 13 ➤ 47 14 47 27 42 30 47 47 25 26 19 14 38 19 ➤ 20a 20b 20d/22 19b ➤ 43e 20c/21 22 ➤ 20 46b/45 21 19c 24/19d 14 35a 43f 43g ➤ ➤ 1 2 2 9 12 2 10 ➤ .. . ... . .. . ... .... . .... . ... .. .... .. ➤ (9) ➤ ➤ ➤ . ..... ..... . .. (208) (237) (236) (210) 48 7 ➤ 48 (239) 48 45 7 8 8 45 2 2 45 48 (8) ➤ 2 49 . ....... . .. .. .. ............ ... .....DUAL PURPOSE PASSAGES HAVE CASE SIDE NUMBERS LISTED FIRST ........NON FUNCTIONAL HOLES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM COMPONENT DRAWINGS TO SIMPLIFY TRACING FLUID FLOW. . . . ➤ ... .. 12 ➤ 13 (90) 30 40 3 CASE (7) (Pump Cover Side) 47 38 47 47 37 34 32 16 45 5 2 6 40 37 42 36 45 2 47 19 47 47 40 39 3 2 4 34 41 18 5 17 18 30 25 45 37 36 26 17 47 47 47 ➤ ➤ ➤ ........ 47 45 12 12 ➤ ....

This fluid is routed to the transmission fluid cooler as described in TCC Released. regulated converter feed fluid passes through the valve and into the cooler circuit. filtered actuator feed fluid is orificed into the rear lube circuit at the lube pipe (39). flows through a cooler line. and to the transmission fluid cooler located in the radiator. TCC Applied: With the TCC shift valve in the In the pump assembly (4). Cooler fluid flows from the pump assembly. The lube pipe directs rear lube fluid to the rear of the transmission case to lubricate the rear case and extension housing bushings. Center lube fluid is directed through the center support and lubricates the central part of the transmission. passes through the rear oil cooler pipe connector (90) and back to the transmission case. regulated converter feed fluid is orificed between the pump body and the pump cover into the front lube circuit. Front lube fluid passes from the pump cover into the overrun clutch housing. through the case and cooler line connector. Front lube fluid is then routed through the front apply components to cool and lubricate them. ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LUBE PIPE (39) CONTROL VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (44) REAR LUBE FLUID In the control valve body (44). Refer to the apply components section for detailed drawings that show each individual components lube circuit.LUBRICATION POINTS COOLER AND LUBRICATION CIRCUITS COOLER CIRCUITS TCC Released: Apply/Return fluid returning from LUBRICATION CIRCUITS the torque converter is routed through the TCC shift valve and into the cooler circuit. OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (4) apply position. 102 Figure 98 . FRONT LUBE FLUID CENTER LUBE FLUID ➤ ➤ ➤ REAR OIL COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR (90) Fluid leaving the transmission fluid cooler enters the center lube circuit. into a cooler line.

536" DIAMETER X 3. PROP SHAFT FRONT SLIP YOKE 78 BUSHING. 1. OUTPUT SHAFT 202 BUSHING. SUN GEAR FRONT THRUST 664 BEARING ASSEMBLY. REAR INTERNAL GEAR 678 SLEEVE.12" OUTSIDE DIAMETER X 0. OVERDRIVE CLUTCH 513 BEARING ASSEMBLY. TURBINE SHAFT REAR 512 ROLLER ASSEMBLY. 1. LOW CLUTCH 647 BEARING ASSEMBLY.. REACTION CARRIER WH54725-4L80-E Figure 99 103 .52 681 BUSHING. CENTER SUPPORT OIL PASSAGE 679 BUSHING. TORQUE CONVERTER 233 BUSHING. MAIN SHAFT 677 BUSHING. SUN GEAR FRONT THRUST 676 BUSHING. THRUST CARRIER/FORWARD CLUTCH 644 ROLLER ASSEMBLY.50" 601 BEARING ASM.Bushing and Bearing Locations 535 512 601 681 644 664 647 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 233 202 234 536 ➤ ➤ ➤ 513 679 676 ➤ 678 647 ➤ ➤ 676 677 78 ➤ 77 77 BUSHING. OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING THRUST 535 BUSHING. TURBINE SHAFT FRONT 234 BUSHING. OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING 536 BUSHING.

CASE EXTENSION 20 SEAL ASSEMBLY. 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON INNER 501 RING. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH PISTON OUTER 639 RING. TURBINE SHAFT REAR OIL SEAL 503 RING. FOURTH CLUTCH PISTON INNER 531 SEAL. TURBINE SHAFT INTERMEDIATE OIL SEAL 505 PISTON ASSEMBLY. OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING 404 SEAL. FOURTH CLUTCH PISTON OUTER 606 PISTON. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON 66 SEAL. TURBINE SHAFT FRONT OIL SEAL 5 SEAL. OIL PUMP 13 SEAL. DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE 637 SEAL.Seal Locations 606 5 505 527 531 619 SOME MODELS 20 638 13 15 20 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 69 2 201 219 501 685 503 622 639 637 66 404 ➤ 406 67 ➤ 57 2 SEAL. FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE WH54763-4L80-E 104 Figure 100 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ . FORWARD CLUTCH 619 PISTON. 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON OUTER 406 SEAL. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING OIL SEAL 685 SEAL ASSEMBLY. OIL SEAL. LOW AND REVERSE ACCUMULATOR PISTON INNER OIL SEAL 201 SEAL ASSEMBLY. LOW AND REVERSE SERVO PISTON 67 RING. OUTPUT SHAFT 15 SEAL. DIRECT CLUTCH 622 SEAL. LOW AND REVERSE ACCUMULATOR PISTON OUTER OIL SEAL 69 RING. TORQUE CONVERTER OIL 219 RING. OVERRUN CLUTCH 527 SEAL. PROP SHAFT FRONT SLIP YOKE OIL 57 SEAL. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH PISTON INNER 638 SEAL.

NAMEPLATE 79 PLUG. VENT 78 BUSHING. BEARING RETAINER 17 BEARING ASSEMBLY. TRANSMISSION REAR OIL COOLER PIPE FITTING XH335075-4L80-E Figure 101 105 . BALL 89 RETAINER.25 DIAMETER CUP 11 PLATE. A/TRANS OIL PUMP 6 GASKET. CASE EXTENSION 16 RING. TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER PIPE 77 BUSHING. A/T INPUT SPEED AND 2WD OUTPUT SPEED (4WD PLUG) 23 BOLT.0. OUTPUT SHAFT 14 RING. TURBINE SHAFT FRONT OIL 3 BOLT AND SEAL ASSEMBLY. LINE PRESSURE TEST HOLE 8 CONNECTOR. A/TRANS O/PUMP 4 PUMP ASSEMBLY. TRANSMISSION REAR OIL COOLER PIPE 91 SEAL. A/TRANS 24 PLUG. OUTPUT SHAFT 10 PIN. LOW AND REVERSE BAND ANCHOR 13 SEAL. BEARING 19 EXTENSION ASSEMBLY. TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER PIPE (SOME MODELS) 90 FITTING. CASE EXTENSION 22 SENSOR ASSEMBLY. DIRECT OIL GAL . INPUT SPEED AND OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR 7 CASE ASSEMBLY. A/TRANS NAME 80 PIN. CASE 20 SEAL ASSEMBLY.Case and Associated Parts (1 of 3) SOME MODELS 89 89 20 8 90 91 10 11 81 13 14 12 78 19 15 77 20 7 9 80 21 79 1 2 22 23 24 6 4 3 5 SOME MODELS 18 17 16 17 21 19 20 1 TORQUE CONVERTER ASSEMBLY 2 SEAL RING. PROP SHAFT FRONT SLIP YOKE OIL 21 BOLT. A/TRANS OIL 5 SEAL. MANUAL 2-1 BAND ANCHOR 12 ORIFICE (2WD) [PLUG (4WD)]. OUTPUT SHAFT SEAL RETAINER 15 SEAL. A/TRANS OIL PUMP 18 SPACER. PROP SHAFT FRONT SLIP YOKE 9 PIPE. LUBE OIL 81 PIN.

TRANSMISSION OIL 32 SEAL ASSEMBLY. TRANSMISSION OIL PAN 30 MAGNET. TRANSMISSION OIL PAN 28 PAN. A/TRANS WIRING HARNESS 34 HARNESS ASSEMBLY. TRANSMISSION OIL 29 SEAL. A/TRANS WIRING XH335076-4L80-E 106 Figure 102 . A/TRANS OIL PAN 31 FILTER ASSEMBLY.Case and Associated Parts (2 of 3) 7 34 33 32 30 31 29 27 28 7 CASE ASSEMBLY. FILTER NECK 33 CLAMP. A/TRANS 27 BOLT.

LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO 63 GASKET. CONTROL VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY 37 RETAINER. CONTROL VALVE BODY SPACER 47 GASKET. A/TRANS WIRING HARNESS 35 BOLT. A/T FLUID PRESSURE MANUAL VALVE POSITION 41 SPRING ASSEMBLY. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON CUSHION 61 BOLT. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON 67 RING. LUBE OIL PIPE 39 PIPE. CONTROL VALVE BODY BALL CHECK 55 PIN. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON (SELECTIVE) 74 SPRING. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON 88 SPRING ASSEMBLY. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO COVER 62 COVER. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO COVER 64 RING. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO 66 SEAL. LOW AND REVERSE ACCUMULATOR PISTON OUTER OIL SEAL 68 PISTON. FOURTH CLUTCH HOUSING 33 CLAMP. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON 58 PISTON. CONTROL VALVE BODY SPACER PLATE 49 SPRING. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON PIN RETAINER 57 SEAL. LOW AND REVERSE ACCUMULATOR PISTON INNER OIL SEAL 71 SPRING. CONTROL VALVE BODY 46 PLATE. A/TRANS 25 BOLT. MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT DETENT 44 VALVE ASSEMBLY. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON SPRING 73 PIN. LUBE OIL 40 SWITCH. ACCUMULATOR HOUSING 48 GASKET. 1-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON XH335077-4L80-E Figure 103 107 . LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON PIN RETAINER 65 PISTON. 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 54 VALVE. TCC SOLENOID VALVE 76 BOLT.Case and Associated Parts (3 of 3) 7 75 53 51 50 49 60 58 57 56 48 47 54 55 25 26 74 73 72 46 45 44 71 87 69 68 67 88 66 65 39 64 63 62 33 41 35 35 40 76 37 35 7 CASE ASSEMBLY. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO PISTON 56 RING. LOW AND REVERSE BAND SERVO PISTON 72 RETAINER. FOURTH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON 50 SPRING. MANUAL 2-1 BAND SERVO 61 60 SPRING. 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 53 BOLT. THIRD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON 51 HOUSING. CENTER SUPPORT 26 BOLT. CONTROL (W/BODY AND VALVES) 45 GASKET. LOW AND REVERSE ACCUMULATOR PISTON 75 SCREEN. 1-2 ACCUMULATOR 69 RING. TFP MANUAL VALVE POSITION SWITCH 87 SPACER.

TORQUE CONVERTER 203 BODY ASSEMBLY. OIL PUMP COVER (5) 208 PLUG. THRUST. CONVERTER LIMIT VALVE 214 VALVE. OIL SEAL. A/TRANS OIL PUMP 201 SEAL ASSEMBLY. PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE INNER 239 SHIELD. OIL PUMP 207 PLUG. TCC SHIFT VALVE. TURBINE SHAFT REAR 235 SHAFT. SELECTIVE 219 RING. TCC ENABLE 218 WASHER. OIL PUMP COVER (5) 221 RING.Oil Pump Assembly 215 211 212 213 214 236 207 208 237 207 207 235 234 202 209 211 225 224 207 223 231 210 217 206 219 218 209 216 239 220 5 203 204 205 201 233 211 232 5 SEAL. OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING 220 BOLT. REVERSE BOOST 229 RETAINER. OIL PUMP 204 GEAR. TCC SHIFT VALVE BORE PLUG RETAINER 223 VALVE. LINE AIR BLEED (1) 211 PIN. CONVERTER LIMIT 215 SLEEVE. ORIFICED CUP. TURBINE SHAFT FRONT 234 BUSHING. OIL PUMP DRIVE 206 COVER. TCC SHIFT 224 SPRING. REVERSE BOOST VALVE 228 VALVE. OIL PUMP COVER (2) 210 PLUG. PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE BORE PLUG (3) 212 PLUG. STATOR 236 PLUG. ORIFICED CUP. ORIFICED CUP. OIL PUMP DRIVEN 205 GEAR. PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE SPRING 230 SPRING. TCC ENABLE VALVE 217 VALVE. CONVERTER LIMIT VALVE FEEDBACK (1) 238 SPRING. PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE FEEDBACK (1) 237 PLUG. PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE OUTER 231 VALVE. TORQUE CONVERTER OIL 202 BUSHING. VENT PASSAGE SPLASH WH181739-4L80-E 108 Figure 104 . CONVERTER LIMIT VALVE BORE 213 SPRING. LOWER AND PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE BORE 233 BUSHING. TCC SHIFT VALVE 225 SEAT. ORIFICED CUP. RETAINER (REVERSE BOOST VALVE BUSHING) 232 221 230 238 229 228 227 226 227 BUSHING. CONVERTER LIMIT VALVE BYPASS (1) 209 PLUG. TCC ENABLE VALVE SPRING RETAINER 216 SPRING. PRESSURE REGULATOR 232 PLUG. TCC SHIFT VALVE SPRING 226 RING.

PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID 322 RETAINER. 1-2 SHIFT SOLENOID 314 VALVE. TCC PWM SOLENOID VALVE 323 VALVE ASSEMBLY. REVERSE BALL VALVE 335 BUSHING. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID CLAMP 319 VALVE. SHIFT VALVE FLUID FILTER BORE 317 FILTER. FLUID FILTER BORE PLUG 304 SEAT. ACCUMULATOR 333 RETAINER. ACTUATOR FEED LIMIT VALVE 328 VALVE.Control Valve Body Assembly (1 of 2) 302 301 309 308 309 312 315 314 317 305 304 318 301 BODY. 2-3 SHIFT SOLENOID 312 VALVE. ACTUATOR FEED LIMIT 329 PLUG. CONTROL VALVE 302 FILTER. SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE FLUID 318 PIN. CONTROL VALVE 303 PIN. ACCUMULATOR VALVE BORE 330 SPRING. ACCUMULATOR VALVE BORE PLUG. ACTUATOR FEED LIMIT VALVE SPRING WH54726-4L80-E 325 321 Figure 106 109 . TCC REGULATOR APPLY VALVE 327 SPRING. SHIFT VALVE 310 BOLT. TCC REGULATOR APPLY 325 SPRING. LOW-REVERSE BALL VALVE SEAT 334 BUSHING. 3-4 SHIFT 309 SPRING. SHIFT VALVE. 3-4 SHIFT VALVE 310 BOLT. 1-2 SHIFT VALVE 316 PLUG. 1-2 SHIFT 315 SPRING. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE FLUID 303 PIN. 2-3 SHIFT 313 VALVE ASSEMBLY. SOLENOID (1-2 AND 2-3 SHIFT VALVE) 311 VALVE ASSEMBLY. 3RD BALL VALVE BUSHING 308 VALVE. LOW-REVERSE BALL VALVE 305 VALVE. LOW-REVERSE BALL 307 SEAL. PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID 321 CLAMP. MANUAL 320 VALVE ASSEMBLY. ACCUMULATOR VALVE 331 VALVE. TCC PWM SOLENOID 324 VALVE. 3RD BALL VALVE WH54721-4L80-E 307 335 305 334 303 303 303 303 310 313 310 311 316 Figure 105 Control Valve Body Assembly (2 of 2) 301 331 303 329 330 328 327 333 324 323 320 303 322 310 319 301 BODY.

3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON 51 HOUSING. 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON PIN 404 SEAL. 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 53 BOLT. 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 408 PIN. 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON INNER 407 PISTON. 3RD CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR 406 SEAL. 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON WH40656-4L80-E 110 Figure 107 .Accumulator Assembly 50 49 404 404 405 407 406 408 51 402 53 49 SPRING. 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR HOUSING 402 RING. 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON 50 SPRING. 3RD AND 4TH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR PISTON 405 PISTON.

OVERDRIVE 515 WASHER. TURBINE SHAFT REAR OIL SEAL 502 SHAFT. OVERRUN CLUTCH 518 GEAR. OVERRUN CLUTCH BACKING PLATE RETAINER 537 VALVE. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR THRUST (STEEL) 517 ROLLER. TURBINE SHAFT 511 RING. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR PIN 508 PLATE. TURBINE 503 RING. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING BALL CHECK 512 ROLLER ASSEMBLY. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR THRUST 516 WASHER. TURBINE SHAFT INTERMEDIATE OIL SEAL 504 HOUSING ASSEMBLY. OVERRUN CLUTCH BACKING 534 PLUG. OVERRUN CLUTCH 519 PIN. OVERRUN CLUTCH 514 CARRIER ASSEMBLY. OVERRUN CLUTCH SPRING RETAINER 520 RETAINER. OVERRUN CLUTCH 522 RING. OVERDRIVE CLUTCH 513 BEARING ASSEMBLY. OVERRUN CLUTCH HOUSING WH54755-4L80-E Figure 108 111 .Overrun Clutch Assembly 501 502 534 503 504 537 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 516 515 519 520 521 522 501 RING. OVERRUN CLUTCH 521 RETAINER. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR BEARING 505 PISTON ASSEMBLY. OVERDRIVE CARRIER RETAINER 510 PLATE. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION 506 SPRING ASSEMBLY. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR PIN 509 PLATE ASSEMBLY. OVERDRIVE CARRIER PINION GEAR 507 RING.

4TH CLUTCH BACKING PLATE RETAINER 524 PLATE. 4TH CLUTCH 533 RING.Fourth Clutch Assembly 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 523 524 525 526 523 RING. 4TH CLUTCH 527 SEAL. 4TH CLUTCH 531 SEAL. 4TH CLUTCH 526 PLATE. 4TH CLUTCH SPRING RETAINER XH335078-4L80-E 112 Figure 109 . 4TH CLUTCH 529 HOUSING. 4TH CLUTCH 530 ORIFICE. 4TH CLUTCH PISTON OUTER 532 SPRING ASSEMBLY. 4TH CLUTCH PISTON INNER 528 PISTON. 4TH CLUTCH BACKING 525 PLATE ASSEMBLY.

FORWARD CLUTCH 606 PISTON. FORWARD CLUTCH 607 SPRING ASSEMBLY. FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE WH54722-4L80-E Figure 110 113 . FORWARD CLUTCH SPRING RETAINER 609 PLATE. FORWARD CLUTCH 611 PLATE ASSEMBLY.Forward Clutch Assembly 601 602 606 607 608 685 609 610 611 612 613 614 615 616 601 BEARING ASSEMBLY. FORWARD CLUTCH 612 WASHER. FORWARD CLUTCH 614 WASHER. FORWARD CLUTCH 608 RING. FORWARD CLUTCH HOUSING THRUST 613 HUB. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING THRUST 615 HUB. DIRECT CLUTCH 616 RING. FORWARD CLUTCH WAVED 610 PLATE. THRUST CARRIER/ FORWARD CLUTCH 602 HOUSING ASSEMBLY. DIRECT CLUTCH HUB RETAINER 685 SEAL ASSEMBLY.

DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON INTERMEDIATE 623 HOUSING ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH SPRAG RETAINER RETAINING XH335079-4L80-E 114 Figure 111 . INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 625 RACE. DIRECT CLUTCH SPRING RETAINER 609 PLATE. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH SPRAG (OUTER) 626 RETAINER. DIRECT CLUTCH BACKING 618 PLATE. DIRECT CLUTCH 616 RING.Direct Clutch and Intermediate Sprag Assembly 616 617 611 618 609 608 607 619 622 537 623 624 625 626 627 537 VALVE. DIRECT CLUTCH APPLY (WAVED) 611 PLATE ASSEMBLY. DIRECT CLUTCH 608 RING. DIRECT CLUTCH BACKING PLATE RETAINING 617 PLATE. DIRECT CLUTCH 619 PISTON ASSEMBLY. DIRECT CLUTCH 622 SEAL. DIRECT CLUTCH 624 SPRAG ASSEMBLY. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING BALL CHECK 607 SPRING ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH SPRAG 627 RING.

INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH BACKING PLATE RETAINER 630 PLATE. CENTER SUPPORT RETAINING 684 PLATE. MANUAL 2-1 629 RING. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 632 PLATE.Intermediate Clutch Plates and Manual 2-1 Band 628 629 630 631 632 684 633 628 BAND ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH (WAVED) XH335080-4L80-E Figure 112 115 . INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH BACKING 631 PLATE ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 633 RING.

LOW AND REVERSE 659 WASHER. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 634 RING. REAR INTERNAL GEAR 678 SLEEVE. DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING OIL SEAL 640 SUPPORT ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 637 SEAL. CENTER SUPPORT OIL PASSAGE 681 BUSHING. OUTPUT SHAFT RETAINER 673 WASHER. THRUST REACTION CARRIER 643 SPACER. REACTION CARRIER 682 SLEEVE. REAR INTERNAL 669 RACE. LOW CLUTCH 646 RACE. MAIN SHAFT RETAINER 671 SHAFT ASSEMBLY. OUTPUT SHAFT 676 BUSHING. VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR RELUCTOR 661 CARRIER ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH OUTER 639 RING. SUN GEAR FRONT THRUST BEARING 647 BEARING ASSEMBLY. CENTER 642 WASHER. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH SPRING RETAINER 635 SPRING ASSEMBLY. SUN GEAR REAR THRUST BEARING 664 BEARING ASSEMBLY. OUTPUT 672 RING. SUN GEAR 650 GEAR. SUN GEAR REAR THRUST 666 GEAR. REACTION CARRIER PINION GEAR THRUST (BRONZE) 653 WASHER. CENTER SUPPORT COOLER PIPE CONNECTOR 691 SPACER XH335081-4L80-E 116 Figure 113 . CENTER SUPPORT 644 ROLLER ASSEMBLY. REACTION CARRIER PINION GEAR 657 BAND ASSEMBLY. REACTION 652 WASHER. REACTION CARRIER PINION GEAR THRUST (STEEL) 654 ROLLER. MAIN 663 RACE. OUTPUT SHAFT THRUST 674 WASHER. TRANSMISSION OUTPUT SHAFT YOKE SEAL 683 SEAL. REACTION CARRIER PINION GEAR BEARING 655 GEAR. SUN GEAR FRONT THRUST 648 RACE. REACTION CARRIER PINION 656 PIN. OUTPUT SHAFT 690 SEAL. MAIN SHAFT 677 BUSHING.Center Support and Gear Unit Assembly 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 530 678 642 643 644 646 647 648 676 649 690 652 676 650 681 651 653 654 655 656 652 652 653 656 664 665 SOME MODELS 654 655 652 662 663 657 659 660 661 691 666 648 647 669 670 677 671 672 673 674 675 SOME MODELS 682 683 530 ORIFICE. SUN GEAR FRONT THRUST 665 BEARING ASSEMBLY. OUTPUT 662 SHAFT. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH 636 PISTON. REAR INTERNAL GEAR THRUST BEARING 670 RING. OUTPUT CARRIER THRUST 660 RING. SUN GEAR REAR THRUST BEARING 649 SHAFT ASSEMBLY. THRUST SELECTIVE 675 SEAL. SUN 651 CARRIER ASSEMBLY. INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH INNER 638 SEAL.

PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR BRACKET WH40633-4L80-E Figure 114 117 . PARKING PAWL ACTUATOR 714 BOLT. MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT 708 SHAFT. PARKING PAWL 707 SEAL. PARKING PAWL SHAFT 705 SPRING. MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT DETENT 712 NUT. PARKING PAWL 711 LEVER ASSEMBLY. MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT DETENT LEVER 713 BRACKET. PARKING 704 RETAINER. PARKING PAWL SHAFT HOLE 702 SHAFT. MANUAL SHIFT SHAFT 710 ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY. PARKING PAWL 703 PAWL.Parking Lock and Actuator Assembly 711 714 712 709 713 710 708 707 703 705 704 701 702 FOR MODELS EQUIPPED WITHOUT NSBU SWITCH 708 701 PLUG. MANUAL SHIFT 709 PIN.

1 to 2.8 mm long heavy duty (Reference) – Converter Lug 22. illustrations and specifications contained in this brochure are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication approval.8 L (13. 1) Pressure Taps Available Line Pressure Drain Plug Standard Information may vary with application.3 mm (Base Reference) 811.077 Maximum Engine Torque 597 N•m (440 lb ft) Maximum Gearbox Torque 1200 N•m (885 lb ft) Maximum Shift Speed 1-2 6. .S. R.7 mm (Reference .7 mm (Recommended Position) One-Piece Case with Separate Extension All dimensions shown are nominal.Less Extension) – Rear of Case Extension 800.2 mm (Base Reference) 824.6 Converter “K” Factor Range 87 to 125 Not all “K” Factors are applicable across the entire range of Converter Stall Torque Ratios.500 lb) (Some Models) Maximum Gross Combined Vehicle Weight 9.000 RPM Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight 7.000 RPM 3-4 6. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.482 1.000 RPM 2-3 6.000 0. D.3 mm heavy duty (Reference) 736. Seven Position Quadrant (P. Transmission Weight Dry: 107 kg (236 lb) Wet: 118 kg (260 lb) Converter Size 310 mm (Reference) Converter Bolt Circle Diameters 292.1 mm (Reference .5 qt) 118 Transmission Packaging Information Engine Mounting Face to: – Rear of Case 660. All information. RPO MT1 Vehicles used in: DIVISION C/K Truck Chevrolet/GMC Chevrolet/GMC Chevrolet/GMC MODEL Suburban Express/Savana Bus/Commercial HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E (FOUR-SPEED) G Van P Truck Transmission Drive Rear Wheel Drive 4-Wheel Drive Transmission Type 4L80-E = 4: Four Speed L: Longitudinal Mount 80: Product Series E: Electronically Controlled Automatic Overdrive with a Torque Converter Clutch Assembly. 2.3 L (7.6 Lugs) Converter Stall Torque Ratio Range 2.7 qt) Dry: 12. Michigan U. Control Systems Shift Pattern – (2) Two-way on/off solenoids Shift Quality – Pressure Control Solenoid Torque Converter Clutch – Pulse Width Modulated solenoid control Gear Ratios 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Rev 2.750 2.2 mm heavy duty (Reference) – Rear of Output Shaft 817. N.484 kg (16.A.000 lb) (Some Models) Transmission Fluid Type Dexron® III Transmission Fluid Capacity (Approximate) Bottom Pan Removal: 7. D .072 kg (21.8 mm 4 x 4 (Reference) 838.BASIC SPECIFICATIONS HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E TRANSMISSION Produced at: Ypsilanti.482 1.

This number signifies the relative torque capacity of the unit. (i. HYDRA-MATIC 4L80-E HYDRA-MATIC 4 Number of Speeds: 3 4 5 V (CVT) L Type: T . the Hydramatic 4L80-E is a 4-speed. The second character is a letter that designates how the unit is mounted in the vehicle.Manual 80 Series: Based on Relative Torque Capacity E Major Features: E . the letter “E” designates that the unit has electronic controls.Longitudinal M . By using this method of classification.e. The letter “L” designates that it is longitudinally mounted in the vehicle and it is used primarily for rear wheel drive vehicles.Electronic Controls A . that designate the transaxle or transmission “Series” number.Heavy Duty 119 . with electronic controls. The fifth character designates the major features incorporated into this unit. For example: 4 = four forward gear ranges. The first character is a number that designates the number of forward gear ranges available in that unit. 80 series unit. When the letter “T” is used. longitudinally mounted.All Wheel Drive HD . The letter “M” designates that the unit is a manual transaxle or transmission but not specific to a front or rear wheel drive vehicle application. The third and fourth characters consists of a set of numbers. it designates that the unit is transversely mounted and is used primarily for front wheel drive vehicles.HYDRA-MATIC PRODUCT DESIGNATION SYSTEM The product designation system used for all Hydramatic transaxles and transmissions consists of a series of numbers and letters that correspond with the special features incorporated in that product line.Transverse L . “80”). For example.

Fluid: Generally considered a liquid or gas.e. Applied: An apply component that is holding another component to which it is splined or assembled with. bands. In this publication fluid refers primarily to “transmission fluid”. Friction Material: A heat and wear resistant fibrous material bonded to clutch plates and bands. Braking (slowing of the vehicle) occurs when a lower gear ratio is manually selected by moving the gear selector lever. Backing Plate: A steel plate in a clutch pack that is usually the last plate in that clutch assembly (farthest from the clutch piston). Downshift: A change in a gear ratio where input speed and torque increases. Clutch Plate: A hydraulically activated component that has two basic designs: (1) all steel. (The words exhausts and exhausting are also used and have the same intended meaning. Duty Cycle: In reference to an electronically controlled solenoid. Freewheeling: A condition where power is lost through a driving or holding device (i. it is the amount of time (expressed as a percentage) that current flows through the solenoid coil. Ball Check Valve: A spherical hydraulically controlled component (usually made of steel) that either seals or opens fluid circuits. It is also referred to as a check valve or checkball. 120 . Apply Plate: A steel clutch plate in a clutch pack located next to the (apply) piston. Converter: (See Torque Converter) Coupling Speed: The speed at which a vehicle is traveling and no longer requires torque multiplication through the torque converter. The gear ratio through the gear set is 1:1. roller or sprag clutches). Brake Switch: An electrical device that provides signals to the powertrain control module (PCM) based on the position of the brake pedal. Centrifugal Force: A force that is imparted on an object (due to rotation) that increases as that object moves further away from a center/point of rotation. engine or transmission) will partially function even if its electrical system is disabled. At this point the stator free wheels to allow fluid leaving the turbine to flow directly to the pump. component wear). Fluid Pressure: A pressure (in this textbook usually transmission fluid) that is consistent throughout its circuit. The PCM uses this information to apply or release the torque converter clutch (TCC). an apply plate and a backing plate. Control Valve Body: A machined metal casting that contains valve trains and other hydraulically controlled components that shift the transmission. Apply Components: Hydraulically operated clutches. Engine Compression Braking: A condition where compression from the engine is used with the transmission to decrease vehicle speed. or (2) a steel core with friction material bonded to one or two sides of the plate.e. Component: Any physical part of the transmission. Band: An apply component that consists of a flexible strip of steel and friction material that wraps around a drum. (See torque converter) De-energize(d): To interrupt the electrical current that flows to an electronically controlled device making it electrically inoperable. Exhaust: The release of fluid pressure from a hydraulic circuit. Direct Drive: A condition in a gear set where the input speed and torque equals the output speed and torque. Accumulators are designed to control the quality of a shift from one gear range to another. Force: A measurable effort that is exerted on an object (component). and mechanical one-way roller or sprag clutches that drive or hold members of a planetary gear set. Also referred to as “engaged”.) Fail-Safe Mode: A condition whereby a component (i. Clutch Pack: An assembly of components generally consisting of clutch plates. it tightens around the drum and prevents the drum from rotating. Adaptive Learning: Programming within the PCM that automatically adjusts hydraulic pressures in order to compensate for changes in the transmission (i. Energize(d): To supply a current to an electronically controlled device enabling it to perform its designed function. When applied.GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS Accumulator: A component of the transmission that absorbs hydraulic pressure during the apply of clutch or band. servos.e.

Roller Clutch: A mechanical clutch (holding device) consisting of roller bearings assembled between a race and a cam. Race (Inner or Outer): A highly polished steel surface that contacts bearings or sprag elements. 121 Powertrain Control Module: An electronic device that manages most of the electrical systems throughout the vehicle. (attached to the engine flywheel) that transfers torque from the engine to the transmission through a fluid coupling. Planetary Gear Set: An assembly of gears that consists of an internal gear. Sprag Clutch: A mechanical clutch (holding device) consisting of figure eight like elements assembled between inner and outer races. Overrunning: The function of a one-way mechanical clutch that allows the clutch to freewheel during certain operating conditions of the transmission. Overdrive: An operating condition in the gear set allowing output speed to be higher than input speed and output torque to be lower than input torque. Reduction (Gear Reduction): An operating condition in the gear set allowing output speed to be lower than input speed and output torque to be higher than input torque. Pressure: A measurable force that is exerted on an area and expressed as kilopascals (kPa) or pounds per square inch (psi). Servo: A spring loaded device consisting of a piston in a bore that is operated (stroked) by hydraulic pressure to apply or release a band. 2nd gear etc. 1st gear. pounds feet (lbs ft) or pounds inches (lbs in). toothed device that is used for transmitting torque through other components.) Gear Ratio: Revolutions of an input gear as compared to the revolutions of an output gear.e. revolutions or energy into another component of the transmission. Pulse Width Modulated: An electronic signal that continuously cycles the ON and OFF time of a device (such as a solenoid) while varying the amount of ON time. Line Pressure: The main fluid pressure in a hydraulic system created by the pump and pressure regulator valve. Planet Pinion Gears: Pinion gears (housed in a carrier) that are in constant mesh with a circumferential internal gear and centralized sun gear. Torque Converter: A component of an automatic transmission. Gear Range: A specific speed to torque ratio at which the transmission is operating (i. and a sun gear. Solenoid Valve: An electronic device used to control transmission shift patterns or regulate fluid pressure. Internal Leak: Loss of fluid pressure in a hydraulic circuit.GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS Gear: A round. used to control fluid flow. Input: A starting point for torque. . Orifice: A restricting device (usually a hole in the spacer plate) for controlling pressure build up into another circuit. Throttle Position: The travel of the throttle plate that is expressed in percentages. It can also be expressed as the number of teeth on a gear as compared to the number of teeth on a gear that it is in mesh with. having a variety of land and valley diameters. Residual Fluid Pressure: Excess pressure contained within an area after the supply pressure has been terminated. Pinion Gear: A small toothed gear that meshes with a larger gear. Spool Valve: A cylindrical hydraulic control device. Torque: A measurable twisting force expressed in terms of Newton-meters (N•m). Manual Valve: A spool valve that distributes fluid to various hydraulic circuits and is mechanically linked to the gear selector lever. Internal Gear: The outermost member of a gear set that has gear teeth in constant mesh with planetary pinion gears of the gear set. planet pinion gears with carrier. Hydraulic Circuit: A fluid passage which often includes the mechanical components in that circuit designed to perform a specific function. Land (Valve Land): The larger diameters of a spool valve that contact the valve bore or bushing.

Neutral.Degrees Celsius CL .Reverse RPM .Pounds Inch LIM .Exhaust (circuit) °F . IN.Limit (circuit) MAF .Alternating Current A/ .Drive 321 (circuit) ECT .Filtered Actuator Feed FWD CL .Degrees Fahrenheit FD . .Transmission Control Module TFT .Regulated (circuit) REL .Pressure Switch Assembly PSI .Diagnostic Link Connector DR .Park.Second Clutch °C .Millimeter(s) MPH .Park.Torque Signal T SIG (PWM) .Mercury Hz . Neutral (circuit) PRND4 .Input Speed Sensor INT BAND . .C.KiloPascals LBS.Reverse REG .Normally Open OSS .Powertrain Control Module PCS .Torque Converter Clutch TCC R APP .Vehicle Control Module VSS . .Output Shaft Speed (Sensor) P .Throttle Position Sensor TRANS .Pounds per Square Inch PWM . FT.Torque Signal (PWM) V . Reverse.Kilometers Per Hour kPa .Volts VCM . Drive 4 (circuit) PSA . Reverse.Revolutions per Minute SIG .Converter CST CL .Intermediate Band Feed (circuit) KMH .Direct Clutch Feed (circuit) DLC .Newton Meters N.Drive 21 (circuit) D321 .Apply ASM .Hertz ISS .Park PCM .Pulse Width Modulated R .ABBREVIATIONS LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS WHICH MAY BE USED IN THIS BOOK AC .Clutch CONV .O.Accumulator ACT FD .Drive (circuit) DTC .Air Conditioning ACC or ACCUM .Intermediate Band (circuit) INT BD FD .TCC Regulated Apply (circuit) TCM .Forward Clutch Hg .Release (circuit) REV .Automatic Transmission BD .Neutral N.Coast Clutch (circuit) CTS .Mass Air Flow Sensor MAP .Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor TPS .Band N .Pounds Foot LBS.Pressure Control Solenoid PRESS REG .Assembly A/T .Solenoid TCC .Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor EX .Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor MM .Pressure Regulator PRN .Actuator Feed (circuit) APP .Feed (circuit) FILT ACT FD .Vehicle Speed Sensor 2ND CL .Diagnostic Trouble Code D21 . .Signal SOL .Coolant Temperature Switch DCF .Miles Per Hour 122 .Normally Closed N•m .Transaxle or Transmission T SIG .

........... 82-83 G General Description .................................. 102 123 .................... 122 Accumulators ............................................................................................ 94-95 manual third – third gear ........................... 3 L Low and Reverse Band Assembly ......................................................... 39 fail safe mode ..................................................... 25 Low and Reverse Band Servo Assembly ................................................ 105-107 Color Legend ........................................................................................... 2 Control Valve Body Assembly ....................................................................... 120 H How To Use This Book .......................................... 31 valves located in the control valve body ............... 36-37 I Illustrated Parts List ...................................................................................................................................... 113 direct clutch and intermediate sprag assembly ....................................................... 20 forward clutch ........................................... 10A-B Complete Hydraulic Circuits ...................................... 80-81 overdrive range – first gear ......... 70-71.................................... 17 4th clutch ...... 44 pressure control solenoid valve ............................................................................ 118 Bushing and Bearing Locations .... 105-117 case and associated parts ............... 92-93 overdrive range – 3-2 downshift ......................................................... 112 forward clutch assembly ................................................... 32 Apply Components .......................... 16 B Basic Specifications .... 32 Actuator Feed Limit Valve ............................. 119 Hydraulic Control Components ............................. 30 valves located in the oil pump assembly .......................................................................... 109 accumulator assembly ........................................ 115 center support and gear unit assembly .......................... 96-97 manual second – second gear ................................. 28-37 location of major components ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 32-33 accumulators ...................... Table of ............................................................... 24 manual 2-1 band ..................... 45 components external to the transmission .............. 86-87 overdrive range – fourth gear (TCC released) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 39-46 component locations ..... 22 low and reverse band ....................................... 21 overdrive roller clutch .. 35 Accumulator Valve ................................ 100-101 Manual Second – Second Gear ........................................... 82-83 overdrive range – second gear ......................... 9 F Fail Safe Mode .................... 90-91 overdrive range – 4-3 downshift ...................................................................................................................................................... 35 3rd clutch accumulator ....................................................... 46 Explanation of Gear Ranges ........................................................................................................ 23 Intermediate Sprag Clutch ............. 28 oil pump assembly .............................. 102 Contents................................................................................................................................. 19 intermediate clutch ........................................................................ 84-85 overdrive range – third gear ................................................ 75-102 park .................................................................................... 100-101 lubrication points .......... 10 Manual First – First Gear ...................... 111 fourth clutch assembly . 34 4th clutch accumulator ................................. 110 overrun clutch assembly ................... 42 shift solenoid valves .................... 41 automatic transmission fluid temperature sensor ........................................................... 22 Introduction ........................................................................................ 8-8A E Electrical Components ..................... 43 TCC PWM solenoid valve ......................................................................... 105-107 oil pump assembly ................................................................................................. 4-5 Hydra-matic Product Designation System ................................ 34-35 ball check valves location and function .................. 88-89 overdrive range – fourth gear (TCC applied) ................................................. 29 pressure regulation ..................................... 25 low and reverse band servo ................................INDEX A Abbreviations .................... 56-57............. 39 First Gear (overdrive) ........................................................... 23 intermediate sprag clutch ........................................ 96-97 automatic transmission input (shaft) speed sensor . 72-73.................................................................................................. 18 overrun clutch .................................................................................... 108 control valve body assembly .......... 25 Lubrication Points ............. 98-99 manual first – first gear ............................................................................... 40 M Major Mechanical Components ................................................................................................................................... 25 low roller clutch ............ 103 Ball Check Valves Location and Function .... 68-69..................... 78-79 neutral ..... 116 parking lock and actuator assembly ....................................................................................................................................... 76-77 reverse ................................................. 41 automatic transmission output (shaft) speed sensor .......................................... 109 Converter Limit Valve ................... 36-37 C Case and Associated Parts ..................................................... 9 Glossary Of Technical Terms ................................ 39 automatic transmission fluid pressure manual valve position switch ................................................. 15-25 direct clutch ......................................... 34-35 1-2 accumulator ............................................. 31 Cross Sectional Views ................... 98-99 Manual Third – Third Gear ...... 114 intermediate clutch plates and manual 2-1 band ................................................................... 21 manual 2-1 band servo ........................................................ 117 Intermediate Clutch ............................

.................................................. 92-93 Overdrive Range – 3-2 Downshift .......................................................... 76-77 Parking Lock and Actuator Assembly . 32 2-3 shift solenoid valve ....... 45 U Understanding The Graphics ....................... 1 Pressure Control Solenoid Valve ................................................................................. 52-53 neutral .......................... 70-71 manual first – first gear ............. 33 Valves Located In The Oil Pump Assembly ......................................................................................... 64-64A TFT sensor ............................................. 11............................................. 40 Third Gear (overdrive) .............................. 90-91 Torque Converter Clutch Released ............................ 10A-B range reference chart .......................... 31 Principles of Operation .......................................................................................................................................................................... 32-33 accumulator valve ............ TCC applied to released ................................................. 72-73 Preface ...................................................................... 26 direct drive .................... 62-63................. 31 reverse boost valve .... 48B-49 park .................................................................................................. 2 TCC Enable Valve ........................... 32 manual valve .......... 42 Transmission Adapt Function .............................................. 68-69 manual second – second gear ................................................................................................................................................... 26 overdrive ........................... 66.......... 12-14 apply components ......................................................................................................................................... 74 P Park .......................................... 52-53........................................................................ 54-55 overdrive range – first gear ........... 66B-67 manual third – third gear ............................................................................................................. 58-59 overdrive range – third gear .................................................. 9A-46 major mechanical components .............................. 56-57 overdrive range – second gear ........ 31 TFP Manual Valve Position Switch .............................. 54-55........... 44 TCC Regulator Apply Valve ............Range Reference Chart ........................................................ 64-64A overdrive fourth. 31 TCC PWM Solenoid Valve ................ 31 124 ............................ 84-85 Overdrive Range – Third Gear ................................................................................................. 21 Manual Valve ...... 31 TCC shift valve .................................................. 67......................................................... 88-89 Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear (TCC Applied) .... 94-95 Operating Conditions ................................................................................... 32............................................................................... 78-79 Reverse Boost Valve ......... 12-14 converter pump and turbine ....................................................... 32 2-3 shift valve .................................................. 80-81 O Oil Pump Assembly ................. 28-37 electrical components ....................... 26 reduction ........................................................... 64B-65.......................................INDEX Manual 2-1 Band Assembly ..................... 32 N Neutral ....................................................... 66-66A overdrive range – 3-2 downshift ............ 82-83 Overdrive Range – Fourth Gear (TCC Released) ........................................... 62-63 overdrive fourth..... 32 TCC Shift Valve ..................................................................................... 30 Pressure Regulator Valve ........................ 90-91 Overdrive Range – Second Gear ..................................... 26 reverse direction of rotation .................................................................... TCC released to applied ............ 26-27 S Seal Locations ........................ 56-57..... 32 TCC PWM solenoid valve .................................................................................................. 31................................................................................... 60-61 overdrive range – fourth gear ........................ 32 actuator feed limit valve .......... 32 pressure control solenoid valve ......... 45 Pressure Regulation ............... 31 TCC enable valve ....................................................................... 58-59.................................................................. 64B-65 overdrive range – 4-3 downshift ..... 104 Shift Solenoid Valves ..................................................................................................................................... 6-8A V Valves Located In The Control Valve Body ........................................... 117 Planetary Gear Sets ............................................................................ 108 Overdrive Range – First Gear .... 21 Manual 2-1 Band Servo Assembly ... 26-27 description ................................. 64-65............................. 39-46 R Range Reference Charts ......................... 14 Torque Converter Clutch Applied ................................................................ 86-87 Torque Converter Clutch .... 47-73 mechanical powerflow from TCC ..................... 74 Reverse .......................................... 33 1-2 shift valve ................................................................. 12 pressure plate........... 13 torque converter apply and release .............. 12 stator assembly ... 86-87 Overdrive Range – 4-3 Downshift ........................ 32 3-4 shift valve .......................................................................................... 11 torque converter ...................................................... 33 1-2 shift solenoid valve ................ 31 hydraulic control components .................................................................................................. 26 Power Flow ................................................................................................................................................................ 60-61................................... 48-48A common hydraulic functions................................................................ 31 pressure regulator valve ............................................................................................................................................. 31 converter limit valve ................................ 43 Stator Assembly .. 10 color legend ..................................... 50-51........................................................................ 15-25 planetary gear sets ....................... 13 T Table of Contents ........................ 32 TCC regulator apply valve ............................................................. 60-61................ 50-51 reverse .........

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