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Kia Clarus (1995 issue)

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1 - the oil pump;
2 - clutch reverse gear;
3 - coupling for coasting;
4 - clutch forward gears;
5 - band brake 2nd / 4th transfers;
6 - planetary gear unit;
7 - output sleeve;
8 - clutch 3rd / 4th transfers;
9 - output gear;
10 - torque converter;
11 - differential;
12 - an intermediate gear;
13 - low-speed brake and a backing;
14 - No. 2 one-way clutch (roller type);
15 - Number 1 one-way clutch (Bypass type);
16 - a shaft of the turbine;
17 - oil pump shaft.

Location of controls and automatic transmission G4A-EL car

Driving power flows

1 - the crankshaft;
2 -privodnoy drive;
3 - torque converter;
4 - the turbine shaft;
5 - a shaft of the oil pump;
6 - the oil pump;
7 - clutch forward gears;
8 - coupling of inertial motion;
9 - clutch 3rd / 4th transfers;
10 - clutch reverse gear;
11 - brake bands 2nd / 4th transfers;
12 - lower brake and reverse gears;
13 - Number 1 one-way clutch;
14 - No. 2 one-way clutch;
15 - large sun gear;
16 - small sun gear;
17 - Sat;
18 - carrier;
19 - internal gear;
20 - the parking gear;
21 - output gear;
22 - an intermediate gear;
23 - cylindrical gear.

Constructive Communication

1 - clutch reverse gear;
2 - brake bands 2nd / 4th transfers;
3 - one-way clutch No. 2;
4 - lower brake and reverse gears;
5 - the carrier;
6 - clutch 3rd / 4th transfers;
7 - output gear;
8 - internal gear;
9 - small sun gear;
10 - large sun gear;
11 - one-way clutch;
12 - coupling of inertial motion;
13 - clutch forward gears.

LOCATION fluid passages

Inlet and outlet passages gearbox housing

1 - outlet channel coupling backing;
2 - outlet channel forward clutch;
3 - outlet conduit couplings for coasting;
4 - the exhaust port of the oil pump;
5 - the inlet channel of the oil pump.

The inlets gearbox housing

1 - valve body;
2 - sleeve for movement by inertia;
3 - reverse clutch;
4 - forward clutch;
5 - brake release 2nd / 4th transfers;
6 - pin mechanism brakes 2nd / 4th transfers;
7 - brake for low-speed and reverse;
8 - clutch 3rd / 4th transfers;
9 - back camera torque converter;
10 - front camera torque converter;
11 - oil cooler;
12 - Battery 2nd / 3rd gear.

Outlet Channels gearbox housing

1 - Battery 2nd / 3rd gear;
2 - oil cooler;
3 - anterior chamber of the torque converter;
4 - back camera torque converter;
5 - clutch 3rd / 4th gear.

Clutch housing

1 - the oil cooler;
2 - Front Camera torque converter;
3 - back camera torque converter.

The inlets clutch housing

1 - Battery 2nd / 3rd gear;
2 - oil cooler;
3 - anterior chamber of the torque converter;
4 - back camera torque converter;
5 - clutch 3rd / 4th gear.

Oil pump

1 - inlet port of the oil pump;
2 - inlet port forward clutch;
3 - outlet conduit couplings for coasting;
4 - outlet channel coupling backing;
5 - the exhaust port of the oil pump;
6 - inlet duct couplings for coasting;
7 - the inlet channel coupling backing;
8 - the oil passage;
9 - outlet channel forward clutch.

The automatic transmission includes a torque converter, planetary gears, and the clutch and brakes with hydraulic and electric drive.

The torque from the engine to the transmission is transmitted through the torque converter, which performs the function of coupling liquid and acts as an automatic clutch and transmits the torque during acceleration.

Control automatic transmission electronic control unit is made. The electronic unit on the basis of more extensive data sets the optimal operation of the gearbox for each operating mode. To control the transmission modes are absent, switched manually, such as economical and sporty. The control unit on the basis of information about the vehicle speed, accelerator pedal position, as well as the manner of movement chooses the appropriate gear. Also, at the time of gear change affect traffic conditions, towing a trailer and wind.

If a defective sensor or solenoid valves, switches transmission control for emergency operation, and a fault is recorded in the memory unit.
Towing the vehicle with an automatic transmission on wheels should be done at a distance of 50 km with a maximum speed of 50 km / h.

The transmission represents very difficult unit and its repair should be performed by a specialized workshop. Before repairing the gearbox is necessary to determine the nature of the fault, which can be an electrical, mechanical or hydraulic.

Do not remove the gearbox from the car for repairs before will not be professionally detected a fault, since most tests require that the transmission is in the vehicle.

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