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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Control Valve Upper Body Assembly Cleaning and Inspection Automatic Transmission Unit

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Control Valve Upper Body Assembly Cleaning and Inspection Automatic Transmission Unit

Control Valve Upper Body Assembly Cleaning and Inspection

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Warning:Valve springs can be tightly compressed. Use care whenremoving retainers and plugs. Personal injury could result.

Caution:After cleaning the transmission components, allow to air dry.Do not use cloth or paper towels in order to dry any transmissioncomponents. Lint from the towels can cause componentfailure.

Caution:Do not reuse cleaning solvents. Previously used solvents maydeposit sediment which may damage the component.

Preliminary Procedure

Clean and inspect all valve components and the valve body. The control valve upperbody is replaceable only as an assembly.

1

1st Reverse and 4–5–6 Clutch Regulator Valve Train

2

TCC Regulator Apply Valve Train

3

2–6 Clutch Regulator Valve Train

4

3–5 Reverse Clutch Regulator Valve Train

5

Pressure Regulator Valve Train

6

Isolator Valve Train

7

TCC Control Valve Train

8

Clutch Select Solenoid #3 Valve Train

9

Clutch Select Solenoid #2 Valve Train

10

Manual Valve

Control Valve Lower Body Spacer Plate Assembly Automatic Transmission Unit
Control Valve Lower Body Spacer Plate Assembly222343.(5350019512353o2o29029213650360(2)Line(3)Decrease(5)TCC Release(6)TCC Apply(10)Compensator Feed(11)Actuator Feed Limit(14)PCS R1/456 Clutch(19)R1/4 ...

Control Valve Upper Body Assembly - Lower Body Spacer Plate Side Automatic Transmission Unit
Control Valve Upper Body Assembly– Lower Body Spacer Plate Side(2)Line(3)Decrease(5)TCC Release(6)TCC Apply(7)Cooler Feed(10)Compensator Feed(11)Actuator Feed Limit(14)PCS R1/456 Clutch(19)R1/456 Cl ...

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