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Diagnose & repair a     defectivetransmission valve  http://www.transmission-repair-houston.com/
About Transmission ValveBrain of the transmission.Controls the transmission shifts.Directs the fluid into passages to a...
defective Types in Transmission ValveMetal DebrisCause scratches on the fluid PassageCause the O-rings to failCauses a ...
Improper LubricationWeak transmission pump can cause improper lubrication.Cause metal to metal contact.Cause Unnecessar...
Worn Fluid Causes the lubrication to lose its viscosity. Decreases the level of protection the transmission fluid passes...
Replace Transmission ValveRequirements New Transmission Valve Hydraulic floor jack Jack Stands Set of Wrenches
ProcessBuy New Transmission valvePlace the vehicle on the Hydraulic floor jack & jack standsRemove the vacuum hoseRemo...
Diagnose & repair a defective transmission valve
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Diagnose & repair a defective transmission valve

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Diagnose & repair a defective transmission valve

  1. 1. Diagnose & repair a defectivetransmission valve http://www.transmission-repair-houston.com/
  2. 2. About Transmission ValveBrain of the transmission.Controls the transmission shifts.Directs the fluid into passages to assist inthe shifting.Enables the transmission to work properly.Avoid damaging the entire transmission.
  3. 3. defective Types in Transmission ValveMetal DebrisCause scratches on the fluid PassageCause the O-rings to failCauses a transmission fluid leak.Blocks fluid passages
  4. 4. Improper LubricationWeak transmission pump can cause improper lubrication.Cause metal to metal contact.Cause Unnecessary wear.Cause gears to stick or fail.Lead to Overheating.
  5. 5. Worn Fluid Causes the lubrication to lose its viscosity. Decreases the level of protection the transmission fluid passes through. Prevent by changing the fluid approximately after 30,000 miles.
  6. 6. Replace Transmission ValveRequirements New Transmission Valve Hydraulic floor jack Jack Stands Set of Wrenches
  7. 7. ProcessBuy New Transmission valvePlace the vehicle on the Hydraulic floor jack & jack standsRemove the vacuum hoseRemove the faulty valveReplace the new valveReplace the Vacuum hoseRemove the jack stands

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