Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles

ISBN-10: 1435481054

ISBN-13: 9781435481053

Edition: 5th 2011

Authors: Jack Erjavec
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List price: $109.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 5/18/2010
Binding: Comb Bound 
Pages: 448
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 4.994
Language: English

Jack Erjavec has become a fixture in the automotive textbook publishing world. He has decades of experience as a technician, educator, author, and editor, and has authored or co-authored more than 30 automotive textbooks and training manuals. Erjavec holds a master's degree in vocational and technical education from Ohio State University, and he spent twenty years at Columbus State Community College as an instructor and administrator. A long-time affiliate of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers, he also served as executive vice-president for the organization and spent several years on its board of directors. Erjavec is also associated with ATMC, SAE, ASA, ATRA, AERA, and other automotive professional associations.

Classroom Manual
Drive Train Basics
Objectives
Introduction
Engine
Transmissions
Drive Line
Types Of Gears
Bearings
General Maintenance
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Summary
Terms To Know
Review Questions
Drive Train Theory
Objectives
Introduction
Matter
Energy
Force
Motion
Work
Liquids
Heat
Electricity And Electromagnetism
Terms To Know
Summary
Review Questions
General Theories Of Operation
Introduction
Basic Operation
Planetary Gearing
Transmission Controls
Laws of Hydraulics
Application of Hydraulics in Transmissions
Pressure Boosts
Transmission/ Transaxle Housings
Mounts
Summary
Review Questions
Electronic Controls
Introduction
Basic Electricity
Basics Of Electronic Controls
Electronically Controlled Transmissions
Summary
Review Questions
Transmission Designs
Introduction
Transmission Versus Transaxle
Basic Designs
Mounts
Housings.Internal Components
Final Drives
Gaskets And Seals
Summary
Review Questions
Torque Converters And Oil Pumps
Introduction
Torque Converters
Torque Converter Operation
Direct Drive
Converter Control Circuits
Pumps
Summary
Review Questions
Hydraulic Circuits And Controls
Introduction
Control Devices
Valve Bodies
Pressures
Mainline Pressure
Throttle Pressure
Governor Pressure
Pressure Regulator Valves
Governors
Load Sensors
Shift Valves
Electronic Pressure Controls
Oil Circuits
Summary
Review Questions
Gears And Shafts
Introduction
Simple Planetary Gearsets
Simpson Gearset
Ravigneaux Gearset
Planetary Gearsets In Tandem
Non-Planetary Based Transmissions
Final Drives And Differentials. 4WD Design Variations
Shafts
Summary
Review Questions
Reaction And Friction Units
Introduction
Reaction Members
Brake Bands
One-Way Clutches And Brakes
Multiple Friction Disc Clutch And Brake Assemblies
Gear Changes
Shift Feel
Summary
Review Questions
Common Automatic Transmissions
Introduction
Simpson Gear Train
Chrysler Transmissions
Ford Motor Company
Simpson Gear Train Transmissions
General Motors Transmissions
General Motors Transmissions
Other Simpson Gear Based Transmission
Ravigneaux Gear Train
Ford Motor Company Transmissions
Ford's 4R70W Transmission
GM's 3L30 Transmission
Other Ravigneaux-Based Transmissions
Planetary Gear Sets In Tandem
4T60 Transaxle
Ford AX4S Transaxle
Non-Planetary Based Transmissions
Honda's Continuously Variable Transmission
Summary
Review Questions
Glossary
Index
Shop Manual
Safety
Objectives
Introduction
Personal Safety
Fire hazards and Prevention
Rotating Pulleys and Belts
Tool and Equipment Safety
Batteries
Vehicle Operation
Lifting and Carrying
Accidents
Hazardous Materials
Summary
Terms to Know
Review Questions
Special Tools And Procedures
Objectives
Introduction
Diagnostic Tools
Torque Wrenches
Power Tools
Measuring Tools
Transmission Tools and Equipment
Service Manuals
Fasteners
Basic Gear Adjustments
Working as An Auto Tech
ASE Certification
Summary
Terms to Know
Review Questions
Diagnosis, Maintenance, And Basic Adjustments
Objectives
Identification
Diagnostics
Fluid Leaks
Transmission Cooler and Line Inspection
Road Testing the Vehicle
Diagnose Hydraulic and Vacuum Control Systems
Pressure Tests
Linkages
Other Adjustments
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Electrical And Electronic System Diagnosis and Service
Objectives
Basic EAT Testing
Guidelines for Diagnosing EATs
Basic Electrical Testing
Electrical Problems
Lab Scopes
Scan Tools
General EAT Diagnosis
Preliminary Checks
On-Board Diagnostics
Basic Diagnostics of Non-OBD II Systems
Basic Diagnostics of OBD II Systems
Electronic Defaults
Testing Electronic Circuits and Components
Diagnosis of Computer Supply and Ground Wires
Detailed Testing of Actuators
Testing Solenoids
Repairing the System
Diagnosing OBD I Systems
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Rebuilding Transmissions
Objectives
Diagnosis of Noise and Vibration Problems
Transmission/Transaxle Removal
Disassembly
Speedometer Drive Service
Transmission Case Service
Gaskets
Seals
Reassembly and Testing
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Torque Converter And Oil Pump Service
Objectives
General Diagnostics
Testing Converter Clutches
General Converter Control Diagnostics
Electronic Converter Clutch Control Diagnostics
Stall Testing
Bench Testing
Cleaning
Torque Converter Replacement
Oil Pump Service
Transmission Cooler Service
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
General Hydraulic System Service
Objectives
Valve Body Removal
Valve Body Service
Governor Service
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Gear And Shaft Service
Objectives
Thrust Washers, Bushings, and Bearings
Planetary Gear Assemblies
Shafts
Parking Pawl
Drive Chains
Transfer Gears
Final Drive Units
Housing and Case Service
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Friction And Reaction Unit Service
Objectives
Friction and Reaction Units
Band Service
Servo and Accumulator Service
Multiple-Friction Disc Assemblies
Clutch Volume Index
One-Way Clutch Assemblies
Case Study
Terms to Know
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
Rebuilding Common Transmissions
Objectives
Chrysler Transmissions and Transaxles
Ford Motor Company Transmissions
General Motors Transmissions
Honda Transaxles
Nissan Motor Company Transmissions
Toyota Transaxles
Case Study
ASE-Style Review Questions
ASE Challenge Questions
Job Sheets
ASE Practice Examination
Automatic Transmission Special Tool Suppliers
Metric Conversions
Glossary
Index
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