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Producto: ARTICULATED TRUCK Modelo: 725 ARTICULATED TRUCK B1L02496 Configuración: 725 Articulated Truck B1L00001-UP (MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine

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Pruebas y Ajustes

725, 730 and 730 EJECTOR Articulated Trucks Power Train

Número de medio -RENR6723-02

Fecha de publicación -01/02/2010

Power Train Pressures

SMCS - 3000-PX

Fecha de actualización -09/02/2010

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- 3000-PX Fecha de actualización -09/02/2010 i05414128 Personal injury or death can result from sudden machine

Personal injury or death can result from sudden machine movement.

Sudden movement of the machine can cause injury to persons on or near the machine.

Prevent possible injury by performing the procedure that follows before working on the machine.

the procedure that follows before working on the machine. NOTICE Do not connect or disconnect hose

NOTICE

Do not connect or disconnect hose fittings to or from the quick disconnect nipples when there is pressure in the system. This will prevent damage to the seals that are in the fitting.

Refer to Systems Operation, Testing and Adjusting, "Machine Preparation For Troubleshooting" before you perform any Testing and Adjusting or troubleshooting.

Before you carry out any testing, ensure that you have read the procedure and that you have understood the procedure.

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SEBP Página 2 de 20 Illustration 1 g01114417 Components and test points

Illustration 1

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Components and test points for the transmission

(1) Modulating valve (Torque converter lockup clutch)

(2) Engine speed sensor

(3) Torque converter output speed sensor

(4) Transmission output speed sensor

(5) Test point for the pressure in the torque converter lockup clutch

(6) Retarder hydraulic control valve

(7) Test point for actuation pressure for the retarder hydraulic control valve

(8) Test point for the transmission lubrication

(9) Test point for the pressure in the oil cooler inlet and the torque converter outlet

(10) Test point for the pressure in the outlet from the retarder

(11) Modulating valve (Electronic clutch pressure control)(clutch 5)

(12) Test point for the pressure in clutch 5

(13) Modulating valve (Electronic clutch pressure control)(clutch 4)

(14) Test point for the pressure in clutch 4

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(15) Modulating valve (Electronic clutch pressure control)(clutch 3)

(16) Test point for the pressure in clutch 3

(17) Modulating valve (Electronic clutch pressure control)(clutch 2)

(18) Test point for the pressure in clutch 2

(19) Modulating valve (Electronic clutch pressure control)(clutch 1)

(20) Test point for the pressure in clutch 1

(21) Transmission hydraulic control relief valve

(22) Test point for the pressure in the transmission hydraulic control relief valve

(23) Test point for the pressure in the inlet to the torque converter

(24) Oil filter bypass valve

(25) Test point for the pressure at the oil pump

Table 1

 

Required Tools

Part Number

Description

Qty

1U-5481

Pressure Gauge Group

1

1U-5482

Pressure Adapter Group

1

Remove some access panels in order to gain access to the various pressure test points for the power train. The guard beneath the transmission will require lowering.

Oil Pressures For The Torque Converter

require lowering. Oil Pressures For The Torque Converter Illustration 2 g01114777

Illustration 2

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Test point for the pressure in the torque converter inlet

The relief pressure of the torque converter inlet can be measured at test point (23) . Test point (23) is located on the transmission hydraulic control relief valve.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (25) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the torque converter inlet pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

3. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the torque converter inlet pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

must be within the values in Table 3. Shut off the engine. Illustration 3 g00763006 Test

Illustration 3

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Test point for the pressure at the torque converter outlet and the oil cooler inlet

The pressure for the torque converter outlet and the oil cooler inlet can be measured at test point (9) on the retarder hydraulic control valve.

The retarder hydraulic control valve is located on the right side of the planetary transmission.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (9) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the torque converter outlet pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

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3. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the torque converter outlet pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

must be within the values in Table 3. Shut off the engine. Illustration 4 g00764428 The

Illustration 4

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The pressure in the torque converter lockup clutch can be measured at test point (5) on the modulating valve (torque converter lockup clutch). The modulating valve can be found under the cab.

The lockup clutch for the torque converter can only be engaged on a stationary machine during a calibration of the retarder. Carry out a calibration of the retarder in order to test the pressure in the torque converter lockup clutch.

1. Raise the cab. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7814, "Cab - Tilt".

2. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (5) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

3. Lower the cab. Take care to ensure that the hose assembly is not trapped when the cab is lowered.

4. Ensure that the transmission control is in the NEUTRAL position and that the parking brake is engaged. Proceed to run a calibration of the retarder. Refer to Systems Operation, Testing and Adjusting, "Transmission - Calibrate". With the oil at normal operating temperature, the torque converter lockup clutch pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

5. Stop the engine and raise the cab. Disconnect the hose from the modulating valve. When you use the equipment and the test point that is described in the procedure, you can measure the lockup pressure on an active machine. The torque converter lockup clutch will not be engaged at low engine speeds in first gear or second gear.

Retarder Oil Pressures

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Note: The pressures that are quoted for the following procedures correspond to an oil temperature of approximately 70 °C (158 °F). The pressure values may be greater if the oil temperature is below 70 ° C (158 °F). The pressure values may be lower if the oil temperature is above 70 °C (158 °F).

be lower if the oil temperature is above 70 °C (158 °F). Illustration 5 g00764118 Test

Illustration 5

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Test point for the pressures at the retarder

The pressure of the output oil from the retarder can be measured at test point (10) on the retarder hydraulic control valve. The retarder hydraulic control valve is located on the right side of the transmission. The retarder actuator valve oil pressure can be measured at test point (7) on the top of the retarder hydraulic control valve.

Before testing the oil pressures for the retarder, use Caterpillar ET in order to switch off the "Throttle Deactivated Retarding" function of the ECM.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (10) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at high idle. Move the retarder control to each of the three positions and observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the retarder outlet pressure must be within the values in Table 3. Stop the engine.

3. Install the hose to test point (7) . Refer to Illustration 1.

4. Start the engine and operate the engine at high idle. Move the retarder control to each of the three positions. Observe the pressure gauge in each position. With the oil at normal temperature, the retarder actuator valve pressure must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

5. Once the test has been completed, switch on the "Throttle Deactivated Retarding" function of the ECM.

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Pressure for Transmission Lubrication

Página 7 de 20 Pressure for Transmission Lubrication Illustration 6 g00858784 The pressure of the transmission

Illustration 6

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The pressure of the transmission lubrication oil can be measured at test point (8) on the retarder hydraulic control valve.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (8) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 400 kPa (0 to 58 psi) in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Do not engage the retarder. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the transmission lubrication oil must be greater than 28 kPa (4 psi). Stop the engine if you do not measure this pressure.

3. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the transmission lubrication oil must not be greater than 210 kPa (30 psi).

4. Stop the engine and allow the pressure to drop to zero. Disconnect the pressure gauge.

Pressures For The Transmission Hydraulic Control System

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SEBP Página 8 de 20 Illustration 7 g01114782 Test point for the

Illustration 7

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Test point for the pressure at the transmission hydraulic control relief valve

The relief pressure for the transmission hydraulic control system can be measured at test point (22) on the transmission hydraulic control relief valve.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (22) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the relief pressure for the transmission hydraulic control must be within the values in Table 3.

3. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the relief pressure for the transmission hydraulic control must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

must be within the values in Table 3. Shut off the engine. Illustration 8 g01114783

Illustration 8

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Test point for the pressure at the transmission pump

The pressure from the transmission pump can be measured at test point (25) . Test point (25) is located on the bypass valve for the transmission oil filter.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (27) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the oil from the transmission pump must be within the values in Table 3.

3. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the oil from the transmission pump must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

must be within the values in Table 3. Shut off the engine. Illustration 9 g01114785 Test

Illustration 9

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Test points for the pressures in the planetary transmission clutches

The individual clutch pressures for the planetary transmission can be measured at test points (12) , (14) , (16) , (18) and (20) . The test points are located on each modulating valve.

Table 2

SPEED SELECTION

SPEED

ENGAGED CLUTCHES

NEUTRAL

5

REVERSE speed

3 & 5

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FIRST speed

1

& 5

SECOND speed

1

& 4

THIRD speed

1

& 3

FOURTH speed

1

& 2

FIFTH speed

2

& 3

SIXTH speed

2

& 4

1.

Raise the cab. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7814, "Cab - Tilt".

2.

Disconnect the wiring harness from torque converter lockup clutch solenoid (1) .

Note: Disconnecting the harness allows testing the transmission clutch pressures in torque converter drive without disconnecting the drive shaft from the transmission planetary.

3.

Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (14) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

4.

Remove the wiring harness from the two transmission output speed sensors (4) . Connect a 8T- 5200 Signal Generator to the speed sensors. Use an FT-2796 Connector Harness .

5.

Route the FT-2796 Connector Harness so that the signal generator can be mounted in the cab.

6.

Lower the cab. Ensure that the hoses to the gauges and the connector harness are not trapped.

7.

Ensure that the parking brake control is in the ENGAGED position.

8.

Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle.

9.

Raise the engine speed to high idle.

10.

Observe the pressure gauge for the transmission clutch that is used in NEUTRAL. With the oil at normal temperature, the pressure for the oil in the transmission clutch must be within the values in Table 3.

11.

Lower engine speed to low idle.

12.

Press and hold the service brakes.

13.

Move the transmission control to the DRIVE position.

Note: The engine will be turning against the torque converter, so there may be some small movement and vibration of the machine.

14.

Raise the engine speed to high idle.

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15. Observe the gauges for the transmission clutches that are used in FIRST gear. Refer to Table 2. At normal operating temperature, the pressure for the oil in the transmission clutches must be within the values that are shown in Table 3.

16. Lower the engine speed to low idle.

17. Start the signal generator. Refer to Special Instruction, SEHS8579, "Use of 8T-5200 Signal Generator / Counter Group ".

18. Increase the frequency of the signal from the signal generator until the transmission shifts from FIRST gear to SECOND gear.

19. Raise the engine speed to high idle.

20. Observe the gauges for the transmission clutches that are used in SECOND gear. Refer to Table 2. At normal operating temperature, the maximum pressure for the oil in the transmission clutches must be within the values that are shown in Table 3.

21. Lower the engine speed to low idle.

22. Increase the frequency of the signal from the signal generator and observe the pressures for each transmission gear at high idle.

Note: Return the engine speed to low idle between pressure tests.

23. Once the transmission is in SIXTH gear and pressures have been obtained for each clutch, reduce the frequency of the signal from the signal generator. Reduce the frequency until the output is zero.

24. Move the transmission control to the REVERSE position. Increase the engine speed to the high idle speed and observe the clutch pressures.

25. Move the transmission control to the NEUTRAL position and stop the engine.

26. Compare the actual clutch pressures that were recorded with the pressures that are provided in Table 3.

27. After the pressures are recorded, remove the test equipment and reconnect the wiring harness to the torque converter lockup clutch solenoid.

Transfer Gears and Interaxle Differential Lock Pressures

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SE Página 12 de 20 Illustration 10 g01114802 Pressure test point for

Illustration 10

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Pressure test point for the pump for the transfer gear and the differentials

The supply pressure for the transfer gear and the differentials can be measured at test point (26) . Test point (26) is located on the base of the oil filter for the transfer gear.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (26) . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the supply pressure for the transfer gear and the differentials must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on the test point (27) . That test point is the test point for the output transfer gear and the differentials. Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 1000 kPa (0 to 145 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U- 5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

ReferenceRefer to Testing and Adjusting, "General Troubleshooting Information" for the location of the test fitting for the machine that is being tested.

2. Operate the engine at high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the lubrication oil for the transfer gears must be within the values in Table 3.

Shut off the engine.

Note: The pressure for the interaxle differential and for the axle differentials can also be measured at the same test point. Ensure that the axle differential locks are not selected. Selecting the differential locks may damage the gauge that is used to measure the pressure of the oil.

Pressure for the Interaxle Differential

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The clutch pressure for the interaxle differential can be measured at the test point on the solenoid and relief valve on the transfer gear.

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (27) . That test point is the test point for the differentials or the solenoid and relief valve on the transfer gear. Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

ReferenceRefer to Testing and Adjusting, "General Troubleshooting Information" for the location of the test fitting for the machine that is being tested.

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Select the interaxle differential. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Differential Lock Control". Increase engine speed to High Idle. Observe the pressure gauge. At normal operating temperature, the pressure of the oil in the lockup clutch of the interaxle differential must be within the values in Table 3.

Decrease the engine speed to the low idle speed and shut off the engine.

Pressure for the Axle Differentials

1. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on test point (27) that is the test point for the differentials. Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

ReferenceRefer to Testing and Adjusting, "General Troubleshooting Information" for the location of the test fitting for the machine that is being tested.

2. Start the engine and operate the engine at low idle. Select the interaxle differential lock and select the axle differential locks. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Differential Lock Control". Increase the engine speed to High Idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the pressure of the oil for the axle differentials must be within the values in Table 3.

Decrease the engine speed to the low idle speed and shut off the engine.

The pressures in the individual axle differentials can be measured.

Front Axle Differential

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SE Página 14 de 20 Illustration 11 g01115180 Line for the differential

Illustration 11

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Line for the differential locks on the trailer

1. Disconnect the line (28) to the rear axles and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line.

axles and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line. Illustration 12 g01117995 Line for the

Illustration 12

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Line for the front axle differential lock

2. Disconnect line (29) from the elbow in the front axle. Insert 6V-9836 Swivel Tee between the line and the elbow in the front axle.

3. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on the 6V-9836 Swivel Tee . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

4. Start the engine and run the engine at low idle.

5. Select the interaxle differential lock and select the axle differential lock.

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6. Increase the engine speed to high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the oil pressure in the clutch for the front axle differential must be within the values in Table 3.

Decrease the engine speed to the low idle speed and shut off the engine.

Center Axle Differential

idle speed and shut off the engine. Center Axle Differential Illustration 13 g01117995 Line for the

Illustration 13

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Line for the front axle differential lock

1. Disconnect line (29) from the elbow in the front axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line.

axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line. Illustration 14 g01115181 Line for the

Illustration 14

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Line for the rear axle differential lock

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2. Disconnect line (30) from the elbow in the rear axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line.

rear axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line. Illustration 15 g01115182 Line for

Illustration 15

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Line for the center axle differential lock

3. Disconnect line (31) from the elbow in the center axle and insert 6V-9836 Swivel Tee between the line and the elbow in the front axle.

4. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on the 6V-9836 Swivel Tee . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

5. Start the engine and run the engine at low idle.

6. Select the interaxle differential lock and select the axle differential lock.

7. Increase the engine speed to high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the oil pressure in the clutch for the center axle differential must be within the values in Table 3.

Decrease the engine speed to the low idle speed and shut off the engine.

Rear Axle Differential Lock

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SE Página 17 de 20 Illustration 16 g01117995 Line for the front

Illustration 16

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Line for the front axle differential lock

1. Disconnect line (29) from the elbow in the front axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line.

axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line. Illustration 17 g01115182 Line for the

Illustration 17

g01115182

Line for the center axle differential lock

2. Disconnect line (31) from the elbow in the center axle and insert 6V-9508 Face Seal Plug into the line.

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(MACHINE) POWERED BY C11 Engine(SE Página 18 de 20 Illustration 18 g01115181 Line for the rear

Illustration 18

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Line for the rear axle differential lock

3. Disconnect line (30) from the elbow in the rear axle and insert 6V-9836 Swivel Tee between the line and the elbow in the front axle.

4. Install the correct hose assembly from the 1U-5482 Pressure Adapter Group on the 6V-9836 Swivel Tee . Attach the opposite end of the hose assembly to the 0 to 3400 kPa (0 to 500 psi) pressure gauge in the 1U-5481 Pressure Gauge Group .

5. Start the engine and run the engine at low idle.

6. Select the interaxle differential lock and select the axle differential lock.

7. Increase the engine speed to high idle. Observe the pressure gauge. With the oil at normal operating temperature, the oil pressure in the clutch for the rear axle differential must be within the values in Table 3.

Decrease the engine speed to the low idle speed and shut off the engine.

Specifications For The Oil Pressures In The Power Train

Table 3

Test Point

Description

Specified Value

23

Relief Pressure For The Torque Converter Inlet (High Idle)

485

± 35 kPa (70 ±

 

5

psi)

23

Relief Pressure For The Torque Converter Inlet (Low Idle)

125

± 35 kPa (18 ±

 

5

psi)

9

Relief Pressure For The Torque Converter Outlet And Oil Cooler Inlet (Low Idle)

 

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35

± 14 kPa (5 ± 2 psi)

9

Relief Pressure For The Torque Converter Outlet And Oil Cooler Inlet (High Idle)

207

± 35 kPa (30 ±

 

5

psi)

5

Pressure For The Torque Converter Lockup Clutch (Low Idle)

1655

± 138 kPa

(240 ± 20 psi)

5

Pressure For The Torque Converter Lockup Clutch (High Idle)

1790

± 138 kPa

(260 ± 20 psi)

10

Output Pressure for Retarder (Position 1)

345

± 70 (50 ± 10 psi)

10

Output Pressure for Retarder (Position 2)

550

± 70 kPa (80 ±

 

10

psi)

10

Output Pressure for Retarder (Position 3)

690

± 70 kPa (100 ± 10 psi)

7

Pressure for the Actuation of the Retarder (Position 1)

210

± 70 kPa (30 ±

 

10

psi)

7

Pressure for the Actuation of the Retarder (Position 2)

415

± 70 kPa (60 ±

 

10

psi)

7

Pressure for the Actuation of the Retarder (Position 3)

520

± 70 kPa (75 ±

 

10

psi)

8

Pressure for Transmission Lubrication (Low Idle)

21

± 14 kPa (3 ± 2 psi)

8

Pressure for Transmission Lubrication (High Idle)

160

± 35 kPa (23 ±

 

5

psi)

22

Relief Pressure For The Transmission Hydraulic Control (High Idle)

1790

± 140 kPa

(260 ± 20 psi)

22

   

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Relief Pressure For The Transmission Hydraulic Control (Low Idle)

1655

± 140 kPa

(240 ± 20 psi)

25

Pressure At The Transmission Pump (High Idle)

1790

± 140 kPa

(260 ± 20 psi)

25

Pressure At The Transmission Pump (Low Idle)

1655

± 140 kPa

(240 ± 20 psi)

12,14,16,18,20

Pressure At The Planetary Transmission Clutches (High Idle)

1790

± 140 kPa

(260 ± 20 psi)

26

Pressure At The Transfer Gear and Differential Lock Pump (High Idle)

2755

± 345 kPa

(400 ± 50 psi)

27

Transfer Gear Lubrication (High Idle)

240 ± 105 kPa (35 ± 15 psi)

 

Lockup Pressure for The Interaxle Differential and the

 

27

Supply Pressure for the Axle Differential Locks (High Idle)

3450

± 700 kPa

(500 ± 100 psi)

28,29,30,31

Axle Differential Lock (High Idle)

3450

± 700 kPa

(500 ± 100 psi)

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