You may have seen an article in the August 2023 issue of Transmission Digest called “GM 10L80: A new kind of pump noise,” which goes over how the front cover housing in the 10L80 is fitted with a converter drive gear and idler gear. The idler gear drives the pump’s driven gear, and is press
How frustrating it is when on a hot summer day, as you go to open a nice cold can of your drink of choice, and the tab breaks off? You are outside, away from any tools to remedy the problem quickly. It now requires a MacGyver mentality looking around at the resources available to get
For those working on the Jatco JR613E transmission, a widespread transmission with plenty of applications, the following should be a helpful guide. Domestic and international applications for the JF613E (also known as the RE6F01A, F6AJA / W6AJA, AJO) are as follows: Auto Model Year Engine MITSUBISHI LANCER 08– L4 1.8L 2.0L
The Chrysler 68RFE has had several changes through the years. Its four-speed predecessor began with a noisy solenoid pack identified by a black colored pass-through case connector (seen in Figure 1). In 2004, they changed to a quieter design assembly identified by a white pass-through connector (Figure 2). This is used in all 45RFE and
For years ATSG has produced a wide range of issues related to improper tire sizes on vehicles. Even under-inflated tires have been known to cause issues. Problems such as premature failure with an active 4WD transfer case will occur with incorrect tire sizes. Additional issues include the following: As a result of some of these
It’s a common phrase: There may have been a time when you worried about something, and someone who knew what you are going through said, “Hey, don’t sweat the small stuff.” Sometimes, this may be good advice. But other times, it may be wise to handle the small stuff before it becomes bigger “stuff.” Fretting
On occasions when a vehicle’s computer system detects an error, it can set an array of diagnostic trouble codes. The variety and quantity of them require the ability to diagnose diagnostic codes, so it’s nice when codes set that point directly to the problem. One interesting scenario that just recently came to us on the
The UB80E/F family of transmissions used in Toyota L4 applications, and the UA80E/F used in V6 engine applications, should not be confused with the AWF8G30 transmission. Although similar, they are significantly different. The converters used in these applications are like other known systems. Within this system, there are two very important sealing rings that need
Among the most common four speed-transmissions keeping shops busy today are the Ford 4R70E/W, the GM 4L60-E and the GM 4L80-E. In most cases, this typically equates to working on high-mileage vehicles. Aches and pains come with age and/or high mileage. In fact, when we see a person who looks beat and tattered, some may
The converter clutch was applied just enough to drag but not enough to kill the engine.
The problem lies in the compensator piston that a generation two clutch housing uses compared to the generation one housing.
A 2015 Chevrolet Equinox equipped with the 3.6-liter engine and 6T75 transmission has complaints of a delayed engagement into drive and slips in first gear.