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Product: WHEEL LOADER


Model: 962G II WHEEL LOADER BAC
Configuration: 962G SERIES II WHEEL LOADER BAC00001-UP (MACHINE)
POWERED BY 3126B ENGINE

Systems Operation
950G Series II Wheel Loader, 962G Series II Wheel Loader and IT62G Series II
Integrated Toolcarrier Power Train
Media Number -RENR4309-03 Publication Date -01/03/2003 Date Updated -18/03/2003

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Transmission Hydraulic Control


SMCS - 3073

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Transmission Hydraulic Control

(1) Transmission hydraulic control relief valve

(2) Transmission clutch solenoid modulating valves

(3) Torque converter inlet relief valve

(4) Intermediate speed sensors (if equipped)

The transmission hydraulic control controls the oil pressure to the torque converter, to the transmission
clutches, and to the lubrication circuits. The transmission hydraulic control also controls the flow of oil
to the clutches. The transmission hydraulic control is installed on the top of the planetary transmission
and on the side of the torque converter housing. The transmission hydraulic control consists of the
following components: transmission hydraulic control relief valve (1) , six clutch solenoid modulating
valves (2) and torque converter inlet relief valve (3) .

Pressurized oil for the operation of the transmission hydraulic control flows from the transmission oil
pump to the transmission oil filter. The oil flows through a hose to the oil inlet in the torque converter
housing. The oil flows through internal passages in the torque converter housing in order to supply
transmission hydraulic control relief valve (1) with oil. The oil also flows through internal passages in
the transmission housing in order to supply the six clutch solenoid modulating valves (2) with oil.

The six clutch solenoid modulating valves (2) are mounted on the top of the transmission under the cab.
The six transmission clutches have an individual clutch solenoid modulating valve (2) . In order to move
the machine, a direction clutch solenoid and a speed clutch solenoid must be energized. The clutch
solenoid modulating valves (2) are used to directly modulate the oil pressure that is sent to each
individual clutch.

Table 1 that follows provides the combination of the energized solenoids and engaged clutches for each
forward speed and for each reverse speed.

Table 1

Speed Range and Direction Clutches and Solenoids that are Engaged
Fourth Speed Forward 3 and 2
Third Speed Forward 4 and 2
Second Speed Forward 5 and 2
First Speed Forward 6 and 2
Neutral 3
First Speed Reverse 6 and 1
Second Speed Reverse 5 and 1
Third Speed Reverse 4 and 1

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Fourth Speed Reverse 3 and 1

Transmission hydraulic control relief valve (1) controls the pressure of the oil that is supplied to clutch
solenoid modulating valves (2) . The oil pressure overcomes the spring force of the transmission
hydraulic control relief valve. Torque converter inlet P3 oil then flows to the torque converter.

Torque converter inlet relief valve (3) limits P3 torque converter inlet oil pressure to a maximum of 900
70 kPa (130 10 psi). Torque converter inlet relief valve (3) is located in the torque converter
housing. Transmission hydraulic control relief valve (1) is located above torque converter inlet relief
valve (3) . Transmission hydraulic control relief valve (1) must be removed in order to attain access to
the torque converter inlet relief valve (3) .

ReferenceFor additional information on the operation of the clutch solenoid modulating valves, refer to
the Service Manual module for Systems Operation, "Modulating Valves (Transmission Clutch)" for the
machine that is being serviced.

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