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2007 JANUARY
Rev. 1 2007 AUGUST

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Allison Transmission
Allison Electric Drives
EP 40/50 System

Allison Transmission, Inc.


P.O. Box 894, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-0894
1-800-252-5283
www.allisontransmission.com

Printed in USA

Copyright 2007 Allison Transmission, Inc.

E P 40/50 SYSTEM SERVICE MANUAL


TRADEMARK USAGE
The following trademarks are the property of the companies indicated:
Allison DOC and Allison Diagnostic Optimized Connection are trademarks of General

Motors Corporation.
EV Drive, EP 40/50 System, and EP 40/50 Series Electric Drive Propulsion System are
trademarks of General Motors Corporation.
Spiralock is a registered trademark of Spiralock Corporation
Teflon is a registered trademark of the Dupont Corporation.
TranSynd is a trademark of Castrol Ltd.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

NOTE:
This publication is revised periodically to include improvements,
new models, special tools, and procedures. A revision is indicated
by the date on the title page. Check with your Allison
Transmission service outlet for the currently applicable
publication. Additional copies of this publication may be
purchased from authorized Allison Transmission service outlets.
Look in your telephone directory under the heading of
TransmissionsTruck, Tractor, etc.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE


IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to be completely familiar with the Warnings and
Cautions described in this Service Manual. These Warnings and Cautions advise against
the use of specific service methods that can result in personal injury, damage to the
equipment, or cause the equipment to become unsafe. It is, however, important to
understand that these Warnings and Cautions are not exhaustive. Allison Transmission
could not possibly know, evaluate, and advise the service trade of all conceivable ways in
which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of each way.
Consequently, Allison Transmission has not undertaken any such broad evaluation.
Accordingly, ANYONE WHO USES A SERVICE PROCEDURE OR TOOL WHICH IS
NOT RECOMMENDED BY ALLISON TRANSMISSION MUST first be thoroughly
satisfied that neither personal safety nor equipment safety will be jeopardized by the
service methods selected.
Proper service and repair are important to the safe, reliable operation of the equipment.
The service procedures recommended by Allison Transmission and described in this
Service Manual are effective methods for performing service operations. Some of these
service operations require the use of tools specifically designed for the purpose. The
special tools should be used when and as recommended.

WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES


Three types of headings are used in this manual to attract your attention:
WARNING!
is used when an operating procedure, practice,
etc., which, if not correctly followed, could result
in personal injury or loss of life.

CAUTION:
is used when an operating procedure, practice,
etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result
in damage to or destruction of equipment.

NOTE:
is used when an operating procedure, practice, etc.,
is essential to highlight.

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LIST OF WARNINGS
This manual contains the following Warnings
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BE FAMILIAR WITH ALL OF THEM.
The Allison Electric Drives EP 40/50 System uses potentially hazardous electrical energy. All
hybrid propulsion components are identified with warning labels or symbols (see Figures 11, 12,
and 13). DO NOT attempt to service components containing potentially hazardous electrical
energy if you are not trained to do so.
Normal Operating Conditions
ESS Voltage Range:
432780 VDC
DPIM Voltage Range: 350 to +350 A
DO NOT rely solely on the HVIL System to de-energize the system. Always perform the
appropriate checks to make sure the system is discharged before servicing components.
DO NOT attempt to bypass any High Voltage Interlock for any reason. Tampering with the HVIL
may result in injury. Failure to follow proper safety procedures may result in serious personal
injury or death.
For vehicles containing the EV Drive, each time you park the vehicle or leave the operator's
station with the engine running, do the following.
Bring the vehicle to a complete stop using the service brake.
Put the EV Drive in N (Neutral).
Apply the emergency brake and/or parking brake, if present, and make sure it is
properly engaged.
If the operators station will be unoccupied with the engine running, chock the wheels
and take any other steps necessary to keep the vehicle from moving.
If this procedure is not followed, the vehicle can move suddenly and you or others could be injured.
Observe safety precautions during hydraulic pressure check procedures. All personnel must stand
clear of the vehicle. Take precautions against movement of the vehicle. Be sure that gauges (vacuum,
pressure, tachometer) have extended lines so that they can be read from inside the vehicle.
Use appropriate safety equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, and gloves.
Do not burn discarded Teflon seals; toxic gases are produced by burning Teflon.
Never dry bearings by spinning them with compressed air. A spinning bearing can disintegrate,
allowing balls or rollers to become lethal flying projectiles. Also, spinning a bearing without
lubrication can damage the bearing.
Avoid contact with the hot fluid or the sump when draining transmission fluid. Direct contact with
the hot fluid or the hot sump may result in bodily injury.
Chock wheels to prevent vehicle from moving when driveline is disconnected. This is not necessary
if all wheels are off the ground.
To help avoid personal injury, use an appropriate hoist and lifting devices to lift the input damper
assembly. The input damper assembly weighs approximately 23 kg (60 lbs).
To help avoid personal injury, use an appropriate hoist and lifting devices to lift the input housing.
The input housing weighs approximately 28 kg (75 lbs).
To help avoid personal injury or equipment damage, make sure the work table or other supporting
device can safely support Rotor A in a vertical position. Rotor A weighs approximately 90.9 kg (200
lbs), use care when maneuvering Rotor A.

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INTRODUCTION

Acronym List for Allison Electric Drive


AC

Alternating Current

AED

Allison Electric Drive

BIPD

Battery Pack Installation Protection Device

CAN

Control Area NetworkTwisted shielded pair of wires used to communicate J1939


messages between electronic controllers

DC

Direct Current

DIPD

DPIM Installation Protection Device

DOC

Allison Diagnostic Optimized ConnectionPC based diagnostic tool for troubleshooting

DPIM

Dual Power Inverter ModuleResponsible for ACDC conversion and motor controls in
the EP System.

DTC

Diagnostic Trouble Code

EP System

Allison Parallel hybrid system

EV 40/50

EV Drive for Parallel hybrid system

ESS

Energy Storage SystemBattery assembly that provides high voltage DC power to the
EP System

HVIL

High Voltage Interlock LoopSafety circuit that attempts to prevent exposure to


hazardous electrical energy

ID

Inside Diameter

IGBT

Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor

OD

Outside Diameter

OEM

Original Equipment Manufacturer

OLS

Oil Level Sensor

PBSS

Pushbutton Shift Selector

SID

System IDIdentifies compatible calibrations at the system level. SID is identified on the
TCM, VCM, and DPIM calibration labels and is required when performing a service
recalibration of the system or individual component.

TCM

Transmission Control ModuleInterfaces with EV Drive

Volt

VCM

Vehicle Control ModuleInterfaces with vehicle systems

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SECTION 1. GENERAL INFORMATION
11. SCOPE OF MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
a. Content and Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
b. Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
c. Maintenance Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
d. Dual Power Inverter Module and Energy Storage System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
12. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
13. ORDERING PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
a. Model Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
b. Ev Drive Nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
c. ESS Nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
d. DPIM Nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
e. Parts Catalog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
14. GENERAL DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
a. EP 40/50 System Design Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
15. TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
a. Before Performing Repairs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
b. System Malfunction Indicator Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
c. Personal Computer (PC)-Based Diagnostic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
d. Troubleshooting When No Diagnostic Codes Are Present. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
e. Troubleshooting Intermittent Diagnostic Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
16. RECOVERY OF DEPLETED ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
17. EV DRIVE STORAGE AND PRESERVATION REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
a. Preservation Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
b. One-Year Storage (Without Fluid) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
c. One-Year Storage (With Fluid) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
18. DPIM STORAGE AND PRESERVATION REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
a. Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
b. Storage (With Fluid) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
c. Storage (Without Fluid) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
d. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
19. SEASONAL STORAGE OF EP 40/50 SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
a. Preparing the EP 40/50 System for Seasonal Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
b. Maintaining the EP 40/50 System During Seasonal Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
c. Restoring the EP 40/50 System After Seasonal Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
110. RESTORING EV DRIVE FOR SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
a. Ev Drive Exterior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
b. Sealed Breather and Openings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
c. New Ev Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
d. Stored Without Fluid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
e. Stored With Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
111. RESTORING ESS FOR SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
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RESTORING DPIM FOR SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
SPECIFICATION AND DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114

SECTION 2. ELECTRICAL SAFETY


21. ELECTRIC SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. High Voltage Interlock Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Isolation Fault Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. General Electrical Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. Electrical Disconnect Verification Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
e. Energy Storage Lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
f. Electrical Safe Work Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SECTION 3. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


31. SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32. PERIODIC INSPECTIONS AND CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Ev Drive Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. DPIM Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. ESS Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. Welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33. IMPORTANCE OF PROPER TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
34. TRANSMISSION FLUID CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Fluid Check Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Invalid for Display Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Exiting the Fluid Level Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
35. FLUID RECOMMENDATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
36. Ev DRIVE FLUID AND FILTER CHANGE INTERVALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Fluid and Filter Change Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Abnormal Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Fluid Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
37. TRANSMISSION FLUID CONTAMINATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Fluid Examination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Metal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
38. Ev DRIVE FLUID AND FILTER CHANGE PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Fluid and Filter Changed Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Refill Ev Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Control Main Filter Change Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. Lube Circuit Filter Change Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
e. Sump Filter Change Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
39. BREATHER (OIL VENT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Location and Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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MAIN PRESSURE CHECK PROCEDURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
FLUID LEAK DIAGNOSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
a. Finding the Leak. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
b. Powder Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
c. Black Light and Dye Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
d. Repairing the Leak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

SECTION 4. GENERAL OVERHAUL INFORMATION


41. SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
42. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
a. Improvised Tools and Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
b. Special Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
c. Mechanics Tools and Shop Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
43. REPLACEMENT PARTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
44. CAREFUL HANDLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
45. CLEANING AND INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
a. Dirt Causes Malfunction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
b. Cleaning Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
c. Cleaning Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
d. Keeping Bearings Clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
e. Inspecting Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
f. Inspecting Cast Parts and Machined Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
g. Inspecting Bushings and Thrust Washers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
h. Inspecting Sealrings and Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
i. Inspecting Gears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
j. Inspecting Splined Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
k. Inspecting Threaded Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
l. Inspecting Retaining Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
m. Inspecting Springs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
n. Inspecting Clutch Plates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
o. Inspecting Swaged And Interference-Fit Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
p. Inspecting Sealing Surfaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
46. ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
a. Parts Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
b. Grease Used for Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
c. Sealing Compounds and Nonsoluble Greases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410
d. Clutch and Pistons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
e. Threaded Plugs and Hydraulic Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
f. Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
g. Electrical Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
47. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
48. PRESSURE SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
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SECTION 5. EV DRIVE DISASSEMBLY
51. REMOVE THE Ev DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
a. Drain the Ev Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
b. Disconnect Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
c. Uncouple From Driveline, Engine, and Vehicle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
d. Install Drive on Repair Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
52. REMOVE MOTOR SPEED SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
a. Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
b. Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
53. REMOVE OUTPUT SPEED SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
a. Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
b. Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
54. REMOVE CONTROL MAIN FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
55. REMOVE INPUT DAMPER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
56. REMOVE INPUT HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 510
57. REMOVE ROTOR A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512
58. REMOVE REAR COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512
59. REMOVE ROTOR B / C1 CLUTCH HOUSING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 514
510. REMOVE LUBE FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 515
511. REMOVE OIL PAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 516
512. REMOVE SUCTION FILTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 516
SECTION 6. MODULE REBUILD
61. FLYWHEEL DAMPER ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
a. Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
b. Inspect Front Damper Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
c. Replace Front Damper Cover Dowel Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
d. Inspect Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
e. Inspect Damper Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
f. Inspect Rear Damper Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
g. Replace Rear Cover Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
h. Assemble Flywheel Damper Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
62. INPUT HOUSING AND PUMP ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611
a. Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611
b. Inspect Plugs and Cooler Fittings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 613
c. Inspect Input Housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 614
d. Front Support Pump Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 614
e. Remove and Inspect Main Regulator Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616
f. Remove and Inspect Main Relief Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 617
g. Remove and Inspect Lube Regulator Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 618
h. Inspect Pump Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 619

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i. Replace Pump Housing Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623
j. Inspect Front Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 624
k. Inspect and Replace Front Support Assembly Roller Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 624
l. Inspect and Replace Front Support Assembly Bushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 625
m. Assemble Front Support/Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 626
ROTOR A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633
a. Remove Main Shaft/P2 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633
b. Remove P1 Planetary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 635
c. Disassemble Input Shaft/P1 Ring Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 636
d. Replace Input Shaft Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 638
e. Inspect P1 Ring Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 640
f. Assemble P1 Ring Gear/Input Shaft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 640
g. Inspect P1 Sun Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 642
h. Disassemble and Inspect P1 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 642
i. Assemble P1 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 646
j. Disassemble Main Shaft/P2 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 648
k. Replace P2 Carrier Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 655
l. Assemble P2 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 655
m. Inspect P2 Drive Hub Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 657
n. Replace P2 Drive Hub Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 658
o. Inspect Main Shaft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 659
p. Inspect Rotor A Hub. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 661
q. Inspect Rotor A Hub Assembly P2 Ring Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 662
r. Replace Rotor A Flange Bearing Race . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 663
s. Assemble Main Shaft/P2 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 664
t. Replace Speed Signal Wheel Roller Bearing Race . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 667
u. Assemble Rotor A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 668
INSPECT C1 CLUTCH PACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 671
C1 CLUTCH HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 673
a. Remove and Inspect C1 Clutch Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 673
b. Inspect C1 Clutch Housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 674
c. Inspect C1 Clutch Housing Roller Bearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 675
d. Remove and Replace C1 Clutch Housing Roller Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 676
DISASSEMBLE ROTOR B HUB ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 677
a. Replace P3 Carrier Flange Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 681
b. Disassemble P3 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 682
c. Assemble P3 Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 684
d. Disassemble P3 Ring Gear Flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 686
e. P3 Ring Gear Flange Bushing Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 688
f. Inspect P3 Ring Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 689
g. Assemble P3 Ring Gear Flange and Ring Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 690
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h. Inspect Rotor B Hub Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 691
i. Remove and Install Rotor B Roller Bearing Race (Wheel Side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 693
j. Install Rotor B Roller Bearing Inner Race . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 693
k. Disassemble and Inspect Rotor B Flange Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 694
l. Remove Roller Bearing Race, Rotor B Flange. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 695
m. Install Roller Bearing Race, Rotor B Flange. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 696
n. Assemble Rotor B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 696
o. Install Selective C1 Housing Thrust Bearing Race. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6100
REAR COVER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6103
a. Remove Output Speed Sensors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6103
b. Remove Output Yoke/Flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6103
c. Remove Output Seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6104
d. Remove and Inspect Rear Cover Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6105
REAR COVER DISASSEMBLY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6105
a. Remove Output Shaft Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6105
b. Remove and Inspect Taper Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6106
c. Remove and Inspect C1 Piston and Return Spring Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6106
d. Inspect Rear Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6106
e. Remove Taper Bearing Race From Rear Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6107
f. Install Taper Bearing Race Into Rear Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6109
SELECTIVE TACHOGRAPH WHEEL MEASUREMENT AFTER
BEARING REPLACEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6110
DISASSEMBLE AND INSPECT OUTPUT SHAFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6113
a. Remove and Inspect Tachograph Wheel, Output Shaft O-ring, and Seals. . . . . . . . 6113
b. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch Backplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6113
c. Remove and Inspect C2 Drive Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6114
d. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6115
e. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch Return Spring Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6116
f. Remove and Inspect C2 Piston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6118
g. Remove and Install Output Shaft Taper Roller Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6118
h. Inspect Output Shaft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6119
i. Remove and Install Output Shaft Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6119
OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6121
a. Install C2 Piston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6121
b. Install C2 Piston Return Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6121
c. Install C2 Clutch Pack, Tachograph Wheel, Sealrings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6123
ASSEMBLE REAR COVER MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6125
a. Install C1 Piston Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6125
b. Install Rear cover and Taper Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6126
c. Install Output Seal and O-ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6126
d. Install Output Yoke/Flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6127
e. Install Rear Cover Plugs and Seals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6127
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a. Remove Internal Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Control Main Valve Body Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Control Main Valve Body Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. Control Main Valve Body Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
e. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C1/C2 VALVE BODY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. C1/C2 Valve Body Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Solenoid Filter Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. C1/C2 Valve Body Solenoid Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. C1/C2 Valve Body Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
e. C1/C2 Valve Body Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
f. C1/C2 Valve Body Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C1/C2 RELAY VALVE BODY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
d. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INSTALL INTERNAL HARNESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Install Oil Level Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Install Internal Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DPIM BYPASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. DPIM Bypass Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. DPIM Bypass Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
STATOR HOUSING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Preparation of Stator Housing for Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Inspect and Replace Stator Housing Roller Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INSTALL STATOR HOUSING EXTERNAL PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Install Pressure Taps and Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Inspect and Install DPIM Bypass Valve Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Install New Lug Box and Access Cover O-rings and Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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71. INSTALL SUCTION FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
72. INSTALL OIL PAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
73. INSTALL LUBE FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
74. INSTALL ROTOR B / C1 CLUTCH HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
75. INSTALL REAR COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
76. INSTALL ROTOR A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
77. INSTALL INPUT HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
78. INSTALL INPUT DAMPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
79. INSTALL CONTROL MAIN FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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INTRODUCTION
710.
711.
712.
713.

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INSTALL OUTPUT SPEED SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 710
INSTALL MOTOR SPEED SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 710
a. Install Motor Speed Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 711
INSTALL OUTPUT YOKE/FLANGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 711
a. Remove Ev Drive From Repair Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 712
INSTALL THE Ev DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 712
a. Fill the Ev Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 714

SECTION 8. WEAR LIMITS AND SPRING DATA


81. WEAR LIMITS DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Maximum Variations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Maximum Relative Movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Cleaning and Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
82. SPRING DATA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
a. Spring Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SECTION 9. CUSTOMER SERVICE


91. OWNER ASSISTANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
92. SERVICE LITERATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
APPENDIX A. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
APPENDIX B. STATOR HOUSING RE-USE REQUIRMENTS
APPENDIX C. EV DRIVE POST-OVERHAUL TESTING
APPENDIX D. BIPD AND DIPD TEST PROCEDURES
FOLDOUTS
Foldout 1.
Foldout 2.
Foldout 3.
Foldout 4.
Foldout 5.
Foldout 6.
Foldout 7.
Foldout 8.
Foldout 9.
Foldout 10.
Foldout 11.
Foldout 12.
Foldout 13.
Foldout 14.

Allison Electric Drives


Input Damper
Input Housing
Front Support/Pump
Rotor A
Rotor B
Stator Housing
Oil Pan and Filters
Control Module
C1 Housing
Output/Rear Cover
First and Reverse Range Hydraulic Schematic
Second Range Hydraulic Schematic
Neutral Range Hydraulic Schematic

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11.

SCOPE OF MANUAL

1. The organization or individual has the required


knowledge of the task through:
Formal instruction at Allison Transmission

a. Content and Organization

or a Distributor training facility.


On-the-job instruction by an Allison
Transmission Distributor representative.
Experience in performing the task.

This Service Manual describes the maintenance


procedures for the EV Drive of the EP 40/50
System.
Major components of the EV Drive are

described and their functions explained.


Detailed instructions are provided for

disassembly, rebuild, and re-assembly of the


the EV Drive.

2. The work environment is suitable to prevent


contamination or damage to the EV Drive
parts or assemblies.
3. The required tools and fixtures, listed in
Table 31, are available.
4. Reasonable and prudent maintenance practices are used.

b. Illustrations
1. The text is supported with line drawings, exploded, and cross-sectional views. Maintenance procedures are illustrated by line drawings. Cross-sections show the relationship of
assembled parts. Cross-sections and exploded
views are on foldout pages in the back of the
manual.
2. Illustrations show correct procedures for all
models.
c. Maintenance Information
Each task described in this manual has been successfully completed by service organizations and
individuals. Not every service organization or individual possesses the required special tooling,
training, or experience to perform all described
tasks. However, any task may be performed if the
following conditions are met.

NOTE:
Service organizations and individuals are encouraged to contact their local Allison Transmission Distributor for information and guidance on any task
outlined in this manual.
d. Dual Power Inverter Module
and Energy Storage System
Removal and installation of the Dual Power Inverter (DPIM) and the Energy Storage System
(ESS) are included in this manual. No other
DPIM or ESS service information is included.
Refer to SM4162EN for ESS service information.

12.

SUPPLEMENTARY
INFORMATION

Supplementary information will be issued, as required,


if any changes occur after publication of this manual.
Consult with your dealer or distributor to be sure you
have the latest information.

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P3 SPEED SENSOR
P1 SPEED SENSOR

V10552.00.00

Figure 11. EV DriveRight Side

OIL TO COOLER PORT


HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX
FOR MOTOR "A"

P2 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

P4 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

OIL FROM DPIM PORT

OIL TO DPIM PORT

NAMEPLATE
OIL FROM COOLER PORT

FILL TUBE PROVISION


MAIN PRESSURE TAP

Figure 12. EV DriveLeft Side

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V07584.05.00

GENERAL INFORMATION

HV DC
INPUT/OUTPUT

INVERTER A

HV AC
INPUT/OUTPUT

V08073.01.00

INVERTER B
V08073.01.00

Figure 13. DPIMHigh Voltage Input/Output

OIL COOLING
PORTS

V08066.01.00

V08066.00.01

Figure 14. DPIMOil Cooling Ports

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MAIN ESS CONNECTOR

ESS NAMEPLATE

HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINALS

V08657.00.01

Figure 15. ESSLeft-Front View

COOLING AIR
OUTLET

COOLING AIR
INLET
V08649.01.01

Figure 16. ESSLeft-Rear View

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13.

ORDERING PARTS

d. DPIM Nameplate

a. Model Nomenclature
The elements in the nomenclature structure
indicating propulsion system series and drive unit
type are the letters P and V. The letter P
indicates the propulsion system is a Parallel
system operating in parallel, or in conjunction
with, an internal combustion engine. The letter
V is associated with Variable. This term
denotes variability relating to varying power
between engine torque and electric motor torque
within the EV Drive. It should also be noted that
the letter P refers to the complete propulsion
system of EV Drive, Dual Power Inverter
Module (DPIM), TCM and VCM, and Energy
Storage System (ESS). The V designator refers
specifically to the EV Drive.
b. EV Drive Nameplate

The DPIM nameplate (refer to Figure 19) is located on the Motor B side panel of the DPIM. The
nameplate is printed with the model, serial number, part number, and date of manufacture. Use all
of these numbers when ordering replacement
parts or requesting service information.
e. Parts Catalog
Replacement parts are listed in Parts Catalog
(PC3717EN). Do not order by the item numbers
used on exploded views in this manual. Use the
Parts Catalog to determine the correct part number.
Order all replacement parts from your distributor
or authorized dealer. Refer to the Yellow Pages for
your nearest authorized service outlet. Listings are
under TransmissionTruck, Tractor, etc.

14.

EV

The
Drive nameplate (refer to Figure 17) is
located on the left side of the EV Drive. The
nameplate is imprinted with the EV Drive
model, serial number, and date of manufacture.
Use all of these numbers when ordering replacement parts or requesting service information.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

a. EP 40/50 System Design Features


The EP 40/50 System is fully automatic and
electronically controlled. The EV Drive has
three ranges: forward, neutral, and reverse. The
EV Drive incorporates a variety of standard design features.

c. ESS Nameplate
The ESS nameplate (refer to Figure 18) is located
on the connector side panel of the ESS. The nameplate is imprinted with the ESS assembly part
number and serial number. Use all of these numbers when ordering replacement parts or requesting
service information.

Made In Japan
29541231
EV-PP6R5R23B

7010000500

Panasonic EV Energy Co., Ltd.


V08651.00.00

Figure 18. ESS Nameplate

XXXX

XXXXXXXX
V08418.00.00

Figure 17. EV 40/50 Systems


Electric Drive Nameplate Components

V08434.00.01

Figure 19. DPIM Nameplate

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1. EV Drive-to-Engine Coupling. The input
housing of the EV Drive mates directly to a
SAE No. 2 flywheel housing. Flexplate drive
provides engine-to-EV Drive torque transfer.
2. Planetary Gearing. The planetary gear train
includes three constant-mesh, helical gear
planetary sets.
3. Clutches. Two clutches (one rotating and one
stationary) direct the flow of torque through
the EV Drive. All clutches are hydraulicallyactuated and spring-released, with automatic
wear compensation. Clutches are cooled by
transmission fluid. The transmission electronic
control module (TCM) signals solenoid valves
to apply and release clutches based on speed
and power combinations.
4. Hydraulic System. A common hydraulic
system serves the EV Drive and DPIM.
Transmission fluid for all hydraulic operations,
lubrication, and cooling comes from the sump
and is supplied by the charging pump. Fluid
flow to the DPIM is regulated internally by the
EV Drive.
5. Transmission Fluid Filtration. Fluid filtration
is provided by three filter systems. A suction
filter, located in the EV Drive sump, provides
general protection to the entire hydraulic
system by filtering large particulates. A spin-on
filter provides full-time protection for the
control solenoids. The spin-on filter is
externally located in the stator housing at the
lower left front of the EV Drive. A canister
style lube filter provides protection for the
lubrication circuit. The lube filter is located
under the lube filter cover in the stator housing
at the lower right front of the EV Drive.
6. Remote Oil Cooler. The oil-to-cooler port (oil
out) is located at the top of the input housing.
Cooler return (oil in) is located on the lube
filter cover at the lower front right of the EV
Drive.
7. Output Yokes/Flanges. A variety of output
yokes or flanges are available to meet vehicle
driveline requirements. Yokes or flanges are
factory installed and are specified by the vehicle manufacturer.

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8. Electronic Control Modules. Two microprocessors, a Transmission Control Module


(TCM), and a Vehicle Control Module (VCM)
control the EP 40/50 System. The TCM and
VCM monitor and control system components,
store system control calibrations, and perform
diagnostic functions. The TCM/VCM part
number is identified on the data label (refer to
Figure 110). Calibrations for the EP 40/50
System are loaded into the components at a
system level. The system calibration is
identified by a System ID (SID) number. The
SID is identified on the calibration labels (see
Figures 111 through 114). The system
calibration contains compatible software and
calibrations for the TCM, VCM, ESS, and
DPIM based on the software and hardware
compatibility of each component. The SID
number is required when recalibrating a TCM/
VCM, DPIM, or ESS.

EP 40/50

EP 40/50

EP 40/50

ECU-TCM, 12 VOLTS

29544007
MM - DD - YYYY
020285
466
MODEL : 29544007
10R-020284
S/N XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

V08070.03.00

Figure 110. TCM/VCM Identification Label

TCM_IIO

V08654.00.00

Figure 111. TCM Calibration Label

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EPCU_B

V08653.00.00

Figure 112. DPIM Calibration Label (B)

10. Dual Power Inverter Module (DPIM). The


DPIM converts AC electricity to DC electricity
and DC electricity to AC electricity. During regenerative braking, AC electricity generated by
the EV Drive is converted to DC electricity
and stored in the ESS. DC energy drawn from
the ESS is converted to AC energy for the EV
Drive. The EV Drive then combines electric power with engine power, a process called
torque blending, to accelerate the vehicle.
11. Pushbutton Shift Selector (PBSS). The pushbutton shift selector (refer to Figure 115)
commands direction of operation rather than
selecting an operating range. The direction of
operation displays on the shift selector. Shift
selector directional buttons are:

VCM_IIO

DForward, commands
movement, F displays

V08656.00.00

Figure 113. VCM Calibration Label (A)

EPCU_A

V08652.00.00

Figure 114. DPIM Calibration Label (A)

9. Energy Storage System (ESS). The ESS stores


energy generated by the EV Drive and captured during regenerative braking. This energy
is available on demand to the EV Drive. The
energy storage unit never requires off-board
charging.

forward

vehicle

NNeutral, commands neutral, no vehicle


movement, N displays
RReverse, commands rearward vehicle
movement, R displays
Up and Down Arrow Buttons. Pressing the
 (Down) arrow button while in Forward
operation commands the EP 40/50 System to
increase the regenerative braking effect.
Regenerative braking provides the same
braking function as does a hydraulic retarder.
The PBSS displays F or L to identify the level
of regenerative braking in use. Unlike a
transmission pre-select downshift, increasing
regenerative braking does not limit forward
speed to a particular range. The EP 40/50
System remains in the selected regenerative
braking mode until the vehicle ignition is
turned off, the  (Up) or  (Down) arrows are
used, or N (Neutral) is selected. When ignition
is turned on or N (Neutral) is selected, the
system will return to the default regenerative
braking level.

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Transmission Control Module (TCM) as follows:
The EV Drive may continue to operate

with limited/de-rated operation.


Direction changes and shifts from neutral-

to-range may not occur.

MODE

Whenever a System Malfunction Indicator

Lamp is displayed, the TCM logs a


diagnostic code in memory. These
diagnostic codes can be accessed through
the PC-based Allison DOC For PC
Service Tool (AED).

V07611.00.00

Figure 115. Pushbutton Shift Selector

Simultaneously pressing and holding the


 (Up) and  (Down) arrow keys for five seconds, while in N (Neutral), starts the Oil Level
Sensor Mode (OLS). Simultaneously pressing
the  (Up) and  (Down) arrow keys again,
while in OLS Mode, starts the diagnostic mode
in which diagnostic codes can be viewed.

15.

TROUBLESHOOTING

NOTE:
Refer to the TS3715EN EP 40/50 System
Troubleshooting
Manual
for
in-depth
troubleshooting procedures.
a. Before Performing Repairs
Before attempting to repair the EV Drive, identify the faulty condition and its probable cause.
b. System Malfunction Indicator Lamps
1. The System Malfunction Indicator Lamps are
original equipment manufacturer (OEM)supplied and usually located on the vehicles
instrument panel.
2. The System Malfunction Indicator Lamps are
illuminated briefly during vehicle start-up as a
bulb test.
3. When a System Malfunction Indicator Lamp is
ON, operation may be restricted by the
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NOTE:
Diagnostic codes can be logged without illuminating
the System Malfunction Indicator Lamps. This occurs when the TCM senses a problem that does not
require immediate service attention.
c. Personal Computer (PC)-Based
Diagnostic System
Control system diagnostics are performed using a
Windows PC operating system and interface/
software which is available through Allison
Transmission tool sources. The PC is a receiver/
transmitter/display medium that allows the service technician to communicate with the system.
Typical troubleshooting activities include installation checkout and diagnostic code retrieval.
1. Allison Diagnostic Optimized Connection
(Allison DOC) For PC (AED)Service Tool
provides tabular, graphical, and chart displays
of real-time and recorded system data. A Help
system is incorporated into the Allison DOC
For PC (AED)Service Tool software and a
printed User Guide is shipped with each Allison DOC For PC (AED)Service Tool Installation CD-ROM.
2. The User Guide and Users Manual contains
information for performing the following:
Display (retrieve) diagnostic trouble codes

(DTCs). For a complete list of codes and


more detailed information, refer to the
Electronic Troubleshooting Manual
(TS3715EN).
Clear diagnostic codes

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Obtain EV Drive data such as input speed

Improperly mounted electronic control

or sump fluid temperature


A solenoid test
Clutch diagnostics

components
Poor connector seals (where applicable)
Exposed harness wires

d. Troubleshooting When No Diagnostic


Codes Are Present

EMI generating components and

accessories

Always start with the basics:

Loose ground connections

Make sure the shift selector is in the


appropriate range.
Determine the fluid level.
Make sure vehicle 12/24V batteries are
properly connected and charged.
Make sure electrical connections are
properly made.
Inspect support equipment for proper
installation and operation.
Refer to General Troubleshooting of
Performance Complaints section of the EP 40/
50 System Troubleshooting Manual
(TS3715EN).
These troubleshooting charts list a variety
of conditions that may or may not relate to
the TCM.
Some conditions and suggested test include
mechanical and hydraulic items.
If the troubleshooting charts refer you to a
system test, use the diagnostic code
troubleshooting information that best applies
to the situation.
e. Troubleshooting Intermittent
Diagnostic Codes
1. Intermittent codes are a result of conditions
which are not always present.
2. When conditions causing the code exist, the
code is logged in memory. The code stays in
memory until it is manually cleared or cycled
out by forty code-free warm-up cycles.
3. When intermittently occurring codes exist, inspect for the following items:
Dirty, damaged or corroded harness

connectors and terminals


Terminals not fully seated in connectors
Damaged harnesses (due to poor routing,

chafing, excessive heat, tight bends, etc.)

4. To help locate intermittents, it sometimes helps


to place the appropriate tester on the suspect
component or circuit and simulate operating
conditionswiggle, pull, bump, and bend
while watching the tester.

16.

RECOVERY OF DEPLETED
ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM

If the ESS has been totally depleted (DTC 80-45 active


and cleared with Allison DOC still resulting in no
engine crank, refer to the Troubleshooting Manual,
TS3715EN) and cannot crank the engine, a 24V
engine starter must to be installed in order to start the
engine and allow the EP 40/50 System to charge the
depleted ESS.
1. Remove engine flywheel housing cover plate
and install a 24V engine starter and a method
of activating it.
2. Key-on the vehicle (the TCM will wake up the
engine) and wait for the engine grid heaters to
finish preheating the intake air.
3. Activate the engine starter (the WAIT-TOSTART lamp will remain illuminated) until the
engine has started. The 12V battery may need
to be charged (by charging the 24V supply system if appropriate) for the starter to operate
properly. The engine will go to low idle governed speed once it is running.
4. Use Allison DOC to clear any active/inactive
diagnostic codes. The engine control will
change from low idle governed to EV Drive
control. The engine will begin to charge the
ESS. This may take an extended period of
time, during which the vehicle may be moved.
A reduced amount of output power is available
at first because the EP 40/50 System
automatically reduces output power to
accommodate the ESS low state-of-charge

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condition. Follow charge procedures for ESS
as outlined in the ESS Components Storage
and Preservation Requirements, Section 110
before returning vehicle to service.

17.

EV DRIVE STORAGE
AND PRESERVATION
REQUIREMENTS

VCI#10

Daubert Chemical
(Chicago, IL)
(708) 496-7353

Biobor JF

Hammonds Technical Services, Inc.


(Houston TX)
(800) 582-4224

c. One Year Storage (With Fluid)

a. Preservation Methods
When the EV Drive is stored, or is inactive for
an extended period of time (one or more years),
specific preservation methods are required to prevent damage from rust, corrosion, and organic
growth in the transmission fluid.
b. One Year Storage (Without Fluid)
1. Drain transmission fluid.
2. Seal all openings and the breather with
moisture-proof tape. A Service Kit is available
with all necessary plugs; refer to the EP 40/50
System Parts Catalog (PC3717EN).
3. Secure the damper assembly with retaining
brackets. A Service Kit is available with all
necessary hardware; refer to the EP 40/50
System Parts Catalog (PC3717EN).

1. Drain the fluid and replace the control main


and lube filter elements.
2. Fill the EV Drive to operating level with a
mixture of one part VCI#10 (or equivalent) to
30 parts TES-295 certified fluid or
TranSynd. Add 1 ml of Biobor JF (or
equivalent) for every 10 liters (14 teaspoon for
every 3 gallons) of fluid in the system.
NOTE:
When calculating the amount of Biobor JF required, use the total volume of the cooling system,
not just the amount required to fill the EV Drive.
Include external lines, filters, cooler, and DPIM.
3. Operate the EV Drive for approximately
10 minutes at engine idle in Neutral.

4. Coat all exposed, unpainted surfaces with corrosion preventative grease such as petrolatum
(MIL-C-11796, Class 2).

4. Operate the vehicle to a minimum road speed


of 30 mph.

5. Spray 30 ml (one ounce) of VCI#10 (or equivalent) into the EV Drive through the fill port
labeled OIL FILL.

5. Continue to operate the EV Drive until normal


operating temperature is reached6071C
(140160F).

6. If additional storage time is required, repeat


Step 5 at yearly intervals.

6. As soon as the EV Drive is cool enough to


touch, seal all openings and the breather with
moisture-proof tape.

NOTE:
Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI#10) is used to prevent corrosion on exposed metal surfaces during
storage. It is installed as a vapor and adheres to surfaces to prevent oxygen contact and subsequent rust.
Biobor JF is a biocide used to prevent any microbiological (bacterial/fungal) growth during storage.

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Vendor Information:

7. Coat all exposed, unpainted surfaces with corrosion preventative grease such as petrolatum
(MIL-C-11796, Class 2).
8. If additional storage time is required, repeat
Steps 2 through 7 at yearly intervals. It is not
necessary to drain the transmission fluid each
year. Just add VCI#10 and Biobor JF (or
equivalents).

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GENERAL INFORMATION
18.

DPIM STORAGE
AND PRESERVATION
REQUIREMENTS

d. Installation
1. Confirm vehicle low voltage wiring integrity
using DPIM Installation Protection Device.

a. Removal

CAUTION:

1. Place vehicle on level surface with parking


brake set or wheels chocked.
2. Perform electrical
procedure.

disconnect

If test fails DO NOT connect low voltage


connections to DPIM, damage may occur.

verification

3. Drain transmission fluid (refer to Draining


Fluid).
4. Disconnect inverter A and B 32 pin connectors.
5. Disconnect DC lugs
6. Remove wire pass-through assembly from lug
box assembly. Label +/- on each wire before
removal.
7. Repeat removal on AC lugs and pass-throughs.
If wiring is not labeled, label each wire with
phase A, B, or C.
8. Remove oil cooler lines.

Refer to Appendix D for DIPD operating


instructions, test procedures, and pass/fail
criteria.
2. Install DPIM housing to vehicle chassis.
Always use new isolation mounts or isolation
mounting kit P/N 29541507. Torque bolts to
30 lb ft max.
3. Install cooler lines.
4. Install high voltage cabling and wire passthrough assemblies. Ensure phasing and +/labels on DPIM correlate with marks made
during removal. Confirm that lug box housing
are clean and no debris or metal has entered the
enclosure.
5. Install 32-pin and 24-pin connectors.

NOTE:
A small amount of fluid will leak from DPIM and
cooler lines.

6. Reconnect components in reverse order made


during Electrical Disconnect Verification
Procedure (refer to Section 2).

9. Remove bolts and vibration isolation mounts


retaining DPIM housing to vehicle
(3 locations).

7. Refill EV Drive with approved transmission


fluid and perform fluid check procedure.

19.

b. Storage (With Fluid)


Follow procedures outlined in the One Year Storage (With Fluid) of the EV Drive Components
Storage and Preservation Requirements.
c. Storage (Without Fluid)
The DPIM should be stored in its original shipping container. The storage environment should
be clean and prevent exposure to moisture or condensation. All shipping plugs and lug housing
covers must be installed to prevent intrusive contamination. A Service Kit is available with all
necessary plugs; refer to the EP 40/50 System
Parts Catalog (PC3717EN).

SEASONAL STORAGE OF
EP 40/50 SYSTEM

Properties that use an EP 40/50 System equipped vehicle seasonally have need to store the vehicle during
the off-season. The following procedures describe the
steps to take to:
Prepare the EP 40/50 System for seasonal

storage.
Maintain the EP 40/50 System during

seasonal storage.
Restore the EP 40/50 System to operation

after seasonal storage.

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a. Preparing the EP 40/50 System for Seasonal
Storage
Perform the following pre-storage tasks:
1. Using the Pushbutton Shift Selector (PBSS) or
Allison DOC for PC (AED)Service Tool,
determine if any diagnostic trouble codes are
present in the system. Using the EP 40/50
Troubleshooting Manual TS3715EN, take
appropriate action to resolve any codes.
2. Change EV Drive Control Main and Lube oil
filters (refer to Section 3 Preventive Maintenance). Refer to Service Information Letter,
10-TR-99 Rev. D, for additional information.
3. Inspect for damage and clean the ESS cooler
air inlet filter. Replace any damaged
components. Refer to SM4162EN ESS Service
Manual.
4. With the engine at idle, use the PBSS to determine the fluid level in the EV Drive. Adjust
the fluid level as necessary (refer to Section 3
Preventive Maintenance).
b. Maintaining the EP 40/50 System During
Seasonal Storage
Perform the following at approximately one
month intervals:
1. Start the vehicle and let the engine operate at
low idle while examining the dash for warning
lights.
2. Using the Pushbutton Shift Selector (PBSS) or
Allison DOC for PC (AED)Service Tool,
determine if any diagnostic trouble codes are
present in the system. Using the EP 40/50
Troubleshooting Manual TS3715EN, take
appropriate action to resolve any problems.
3. Activate the vehicle climate control system.
Select air conditioning, if possible.
4. After the engine has been operating at idle for
10 minutes depress the service brake and shift
into D, wait 30 seconds and shift back to N.

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5. After the engine has been operating at idle for


15 minutes, slowly increase the throttle to full
throttle (2000 rpm). After one minute, allow
the engine to idle.
6. After the engine has been operating for 20
minutes, use the PBSS to check fluid level.
Add or drain fluid as necessary (refer to Section 3 Preventive Maintenance).
7. After 30 minutes of engine operation, shut
down and secure the vehicle.
c. Restoring the EP 40/50 System After
Seasonal Storage
Perform the following tasks before restoring an
EP 40/50 System equipped vehicle to service:
1. Start the engine and operate it at low idle.
2. Monitor the dash for warning lights. After the
engine has been running 5 minutes, depress the
service brake and shift into D. After 30 seconds, shift back to N.
3. With the vehicle in N, slowly increase the engine rpm to full throttle. Reduce the engine
rpm to idle.
4. After 2 minutes, take a sample of the EV
Drive Unit fluid using the proper equipment
and techniques as outlined in the Technicians
Guide to Automatic Transmission Fluid
Analysis, GN2055EN. Shut down and secure
the vehicle.
5. Submit the oil sample for oil analysis.
6. If the oil analysis indicates that the oil is within
Allison Transmission fluid limits, put the vehicle back into service (refer to Service Information Letter, 13-TR-90, for information on
Allison Transmission fluid limits). If the oil
analysis indicates that the oil has high moisture
content or other unacceptable results outside of
Allison Transmission fluid limits, change the
transmission fluid and both EV Drive Unit
filters before placing the vehicle into service.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
110. RESTORING EV DRIVE
FOR SERVICE

111. RESTORING ESS FOR SERVICE

CAUTION:

a. Follow installation procedures outlined in ESS


Service Manual SM4162EN. Install auxiliary
cooling system if equipped. Allow engine to idle
in Neutral for a minimum of 1 hour.

Whenever an EV Drive is exchanged, the TCM


clutch fill and main boost adaptives must be
reset. This will erase previous adaptive
information and reset the TCM to its default
values. Use Allison DOC For PC (AED); select
Action Request, Reset Adaptives, checking
the boxes for C1, C2, and Main Boost adaptive
reset.

NOTE:

a. EV Drive Exterior

NOTE:

Wash all external grease from the EV Drive


with mineral spirits.
b. Sealed Breather and Openings
Remove all tape from openings and the breather.
c. New EV Drive
If the EV Drive is new, drain the residual preservative fluid. Refill the drive to the proper level
with TES-295 certified fluid or TranSynd.
d. Stored Without Fluid
If the EV Drive was prepared for storage
without fluid, drain the residual fluid and replace
the control main circuit and lube circuit filter
elements. Fill the drive to the proper level with
TES-295 certified fluid or TranSynd.
e. Stored With Fluid
If the EV Drive was prepared for storage with
fluid, it is not necessary to drain and refill the
drive with new fluid. Determine the proper fluid
level using the PBSS or Allison DOC for PC
(AED). Add or drain fluid as required to obtain
the proper level.
f. Follow installation procedures
Section 7 Paragraph 713.

outlined

in

During installation and removal, the ESS should


not be tilted in any direction more than 45 degrees.

Prior to installation, confirm low voltage wiring


integrity using the Battery Pack Installation
Protection Device (BIPD) Refer to Appendix D for
BIPD operating instructions, test procedures, and
pass/fail criteria.

b. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED), display any


ESS SPN FMI diagnostic trouble codes.
c. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED), make sure
that ESS operating temperature is within
acceptable limits: 23 to 52C (10 to 125F).

112. RESTORING DPIM


FOR SERVICE
a. Remove all shipping/storage plugs from DPIM.
Follow installation procedures outlined in
Section 52.
NOTE:
Before installation, confirm low voltage wiring integrity using DPIM Installation Protection Device
(DIPD).

g. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED)Service


Tool, display any diagnostic trouble codes.

b. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED)Service


Tool, display any diagnostic trouble codes.

h. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED)Service


Tool, make sure that sump and motor operating
temperatures are within acceptable limits. Refer
to Table 13.

c. Using Allison DOC For PC (AED)Service


Tool, make sure that DPIM IGBT operating
temperatures are within acceptable limits: 23 to
95C (10 to 203F).

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113. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

114. SPECIFICATIONS AND DATA

Detailed EV Drive operation information is in the


EP 40/50 System Operators Manual (OM3491EN).
Refer to the latest edition.

The following tables provide a quick reference to the


major characteristics of the EV Drive. More detailed
information may be obtained from Tech Data Book
(SA3541EN).

Table 11. Input/Output Rating


Parameter

EV 40

EV 50

Unit

Maximum Input Speed

2300

2300

rpm

Maximum Gross Input Power

209 (280)

246 (330)

kW (hp)

Input Torque
Maximum Gross

1234 (910)

1424 (1050)

Nm (lb ft)

Output Torque*
Forward Operation
Regenerative Braking/reverse Operation

4745 (3500)
2983 (2200)

5423 (4000)
2984 (2200)

Nm (lb ft)
Nm (lb ft)

3000

3300

rpm

3000
450

3300
450

rpm
rpm

18 182 (40,000)

31 818 (70,000)

kg (lb)

Maximum Output Shaft Speed


Maximumforward
Maximumreverse
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)
* Output torque ratings are peak transient, not continuous.

Table 12. Hydraulic System


Fluid Type

TES-295, TranSynd (refer to Section 25 for fluid recommendations)

Filters

Control circuit; external spin-on, lube circuit; internal cartridge

Cooler

OEM supplied, oil-to-air


Table 13. Temperatures

Parameters

Value

Unit

Minimum Start-up, TranSynd

30 (22)

C (F)

Sump, Minimum Continuous

40 (104)

C (F)

Sump, Typical Continuous

80 (176)

C (F)

Sump, Maximum Intermittent

121 (250)

C (F)

Table 14. Dry Weights


Drive Unit
EV Drive

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Configuration
Nominal Value

Unit

417 (919)

kg (lbs)

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SECTION 2ELECTRICAL SAFETY


21.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

a. High Voltage Interlock Loop

WARNING!
The Allison Electric Drive EP 40/50 System uses
potentially hazardous electrical energy. All EP 40/50
System components are identified with warning labels or symbols (see Figure 21, Figure 22,
and Figure 23). DO NOT attempt to service
components containing potentially hazardous
electrical energy if you are not trained to do so.
All persons working with potentially hazardous
electric energy should familiarize themselves
with safe electrical work practices. References to
publicly available documentation that can assist
a technician in developing the safe electrical
work practices required to service the EP 40/50
System electrical system are at the end of this
section.
EP 40/50 System Normal Operating Conditions:
ESS Voltage Range:
432780 VDC
DPIM Voltage Range: 350 to +350A

CAUTION

HIGH VOLTAGE

To help avoid serious personal injury from electrical shock:

Do not remove covers


Electrical connectors to be removed only by qualified service technician
No servicable components. Return to designated service center for repair

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The Allison EP 40/50 System uses a High


Voltage Interlock Loop (HVIL) to attempt to
prevent access to energized potentially hazardous
electrical circuits. The HVIL is comprised of a
12V control circuit routed to switches on cover
plates located on all hybrid components where
potentially hazardous electrical energy may exist.
When a switch is open the HVIL circuit is open,
and is described as invalid.
An open HVIL circuit detected during ignition
key-on will prohibit the pre-charge sequence
from occurring (ESS relays will remain open).
Diagnostic code 80 22 (HVIL Invalid
Shutdown) will be logged and the STOP
SYSTEM lamp will illuminate. Engine cranking
will not occur.
An open HVIL circuit detected during forward or
reverse operation will log DTC 80 21 (HVIL
Invalid). DTC 80 21 is not displayed on the PBSS
and does not result in an active system shutdown.
If DTC 80 21 remains active when N (Neutral) is
selected and output speed is zero, DTC 80 22 will
be logged.With DTC 80 22 active, the STOP
SYSTEM lamp will illuminate and an active
system shutdown will occur.

PRINTED IN U.S.A.

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Figure 21. DPIM Warning Label

DANGER

High Voltage Inside / Alkaline Electrolyte


T o a vo id in j u r i e s , b u r n s o r e l e c t r i c s h o c k s :
N e ve r d isa s s e m b l e t h i s b a t t e r y u n i t o r r e m o v e i ts c o v e r s .
- Service by Qualified Technician. -

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A v o i d c o n t a c t a l k a l i ne el ectr o l yte wi th eyes, ski n o r cl o th es. I n even t o f accide nt , f lus h w it h


w a t e r a n d g e t m e d ical h el p i mmed i atel y.
K e e p c h i l d r e n a w a y fr o m th i s
u n i t.
D o n o t p u n c t u r e o r i mp act o n th i s u n i t wh en o p er ati n g fo r kl i ft o r exp o se to ope n f la me or
i n c i n e r a t e a s e x c e s si ve h eat may g en er ate fi r e an d el ectr o l i te my l eak o u t.

T o t h e q u a li f i e d E V T e c h n i c i a n s :
Be

sure

to

read

the

Repair

Manual

when

servicing

or

replacing

the

battery.

MADE IN JAPAN
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Figure 22. ESS Warning Label

Figure 23. EV Drive Warning


(Lug Box)

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ALLISON ENERGY
STORAGE SYSTEM

HV DC

MOTOR A

HV AC

Ev DRIVE
A

DPIM
600V DC

MOTOR B

Refer to the EP 40/50 System Troubleshooting


Manual (TS3715EN) for troubleshooting procedures.

LOW
VOLTAGE

= HVIL LOCATIONS
VEHICLE
IGNITION
SWITCH

HYBRID
ECU

c. General Electrical Safety Precautions


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Figure 24. HVIL Locations

Always treat electrical systems as if they are

powered ON.
Make sure vehicle ignition is OFF.
Always follow the Electrical Disconnect

WARNING!
DO NOT rely on the HVIL or control systems to
de-energize the system. Always perform the appropriate tests to be sure the system is discharged
before servicing components.
DO NOT attempt to bypass any High Voltage Interlock for any reason. Tampering with the HVIL
may result in injury. Failure to follow proper
safety procedures may result in serious personal
injury or death.

NOTE:
Refer to the EP 40/50 System Troubleshooting
Manual (TS3715EN) for troubleshooting procedures.
b. Isolation Fault Detection
The Allison EP 40/50 System uses Isolation
Fault Detection to identify a high voltage circuit
short to the vehicle chassis.
Diagnostic Trouble Codes 73 90 (Inverter A
isolation faultCaution) and 74 90 (Inverter B
isolation faultCaution) are logged when the
isolation resistance between the high voltage
circuit and the chassis ground is measured at less
than 50 Mega Ohms (M). This code is not
displayed on the PBSS and does not illuminate a
dash lamp.
Diagnostic Trouble Codes 73 91 (Inverter A
isolation faultShutdown) and 74 91 (Inverter B
isolation faultShutdown) is logged when the
isolation resistance between the high voltage
circuit and chassis ground is less than 1 Mega
Ohm (M) The STOP SYSTEM lamp is
illuminated and an active system shutdown
occurs. The engine cannot be restarted while
73 91 and 74 91 diagnostic codes are active.
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NOTE:

Verification Procedure before servicing a


component where potentially hazardous
voltages may exist.
d. Electrical Disconnect Verification Procedure
Before beginning any repair on the EV Drive,
DPIM, or ESS you must perform the following
Electrical Disconnect Verification Procedure:
1. Vehicle ignition must be turned OFF.
2. If the vehicle is so equipped, place the switch
for the +24V/+12V battery disconnect in the
OFF position. Use a lockout device to prevent
unauthorized access to the +24V/+12V battery
switch.
3. Remove connector PI120 (the low voltage
24-pin connector) from the DPIM (Figure 25).
4. Remove the main ESS connector (31-pin Deutsch) from the ESS.
5. Remove the DPIM DC bus access cover.
6. Use an approved voltmeter (UL Listed E59794
and CSA Certified LR44340, IEC-1010-1
1000V Cat III input protection), such as a
Fluke 87 and proper personal protective equipment (Class 0 isolation gloves), to measure the
following voltages:
Measure the DC voltage between DC+
and DC
Measure DC (+) to DPIM chassis
Measure DC () to DPIM chassis
All voltage measurements must read less than
3 VDC before proceeding to the next step. If
measurements are not less than 3 VDC, replace
the access cover and allow the DPIM to dissipate residual energy.

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SECTION 2ELECTRICAL SAFETY


32-PIN
CONNECTOR

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32-PIN
CONNECTOR

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24-PIN
CONNECTOR
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Figure 25. DPIM Low Voltage Disconnect Points

Figure 27. Measure Voltage Between Each


DPIM DC HV Terminal and Ground

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Figure 26. Measure Voltage Between


DPIM DC Terminals

7. Remove both HVIL covers on the ESS


(Figure 28).
8. Using proper personal protective equipment
(Class 0 isolation gloves), remove the
positive (+) and negative () connectors
from the ESS (Figure 28). Use a lockout
device to prevent unauthorized reinstallation
(Figure 210).

Figure 28. ESS HVIL Cover Removal, Disconnect


Electrical Connector

9. Remove AC lug access covers on the DPIM.


Use an approved voltmeter (UL Listed E59794
and CSA Certified LR44340, IEC-1010-1
1000V Cat III input protection), such as a
Fluke 87 and proper personal protective

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equipment (Class 0 isolation gloves), to
measure the following voltages:
AC Phase to Phase; AB, AC, CB
Each AC Phase to Chassis ground
(Figure 29).
10. Before proceeding to the next step, all measurements must be read less than 3 VDC. If
measurements are not less than 3 VDC, replace
access lid cover and allow DPIM to dissipate
residual energy.
11. Work can now be performed on the High Voltage circuit and EP System components.

e. Energy Storage Lockout


To prevent installation of the ESS DC connectors
during service, use lockout devices commercially
available from electrical safety suppliers
(Figure 210).
f. Electrical Safe Work Practices
More information for establishing safe electrical
work practices can be found at the following
sources:
www.OSHA.gov, 29CFR 1910 Subpart S
www.NFPA.org, NFPA 70E-2004

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Figure 29. Measure Voltage Between Each


DPIM AC Phase and Ground

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Figure 210. Lockout Devices

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SECTION 3PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


31.

SCOPE

b. DPIM Inspection

Proper care and regular maintenance enables the


EP 40/50 System to meet its duty requirements.
Perform the maintenance procedures described in
this section on a regular basis to prevent premature
EP 40/50 System or support equipment failure. The
Allison EP 40/50 System is manufactured to provide
long term, efficient service in its designed
applications.

Clean and inspect the exterior of the DPIM at


regular intervals. Location of the DPIM and
operating conditions determine the frequency of
inspections. Inspect the DPIM for:
Loose boltsmounting components and

grounding straps.
Loose, worn, or frayed electrical components.

32.

PERIODIC INSPECTIONS
AND CARE

Improperly routed vehicle electrical harness.


Damaged or loose hoses.

a. EV Drive Inspection

Fluid leaks.

CAUTION:
When cleaning the EV Drive, do not spray
steam, water, or cleaning solution directly at the
breather (oil vent). Spraying steam, water, or
cleaning solution at the breather can force the
water or cleaning solution into the EV Drive
and contaminate the transmission fluid.
DO NOT spray water or cleaning solution directly at system control components.
DO NOT spray water or cleaning solution directly at EP 40/50 System components when
they are not properly installed in the vehicle.
Clean and inspect the exterior of the EV Drive
at regular intervals. Severity of service and operating conditions determine the frequency of these
inspections. Inspect the EV Drive for:

An internal cooling circuit removes heat from the


DPIM. COOLER IN and COOLER OUT ports
are on the front of the DPIM. The DPIM cooling
system uses transmission fluid from the
EV Drive to remove heat.
c. ESS Inspection
Clean and inspect the exterior of the ESS at
regular intervals. Location of the component and
operating conditions determine the frequency of
inspections. Inspect the ESS for:
Loose boltsmounting components,

grounding straps, and ESS cover.


Loose, worn, or frayed electrical components.

Loose boltsEV Drive and mounting

components.

Improperly routed vehicle electrical harness.

Fluid leaksrepair immediately.

Damage to the housing.

Damaged or loose hoses.


Worn, frayed, or improperly routed electrical

harnesses.
Worn or frayed electrical connections.
Dented, worn, or out-of-phase driveline

U-joints and slip fittings.

Dirt and debris collection in inlet filter (Figures

31 and 32).
Damage to and torque retention in the HVIL

cover.
Damage to and torque retention in low voltage

Clogged or dirty air breather (oil vent).

connector.

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33.

INLET FILTER

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Figure 31. Air Inlet Filter

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER
TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL

Proper transmission fluid level is important to the


performance, reliability, and durability of the
EV Drive. The transmission fluid cools the
EV Drive and DPIM, lubricates moving parts, and
transmits hydraulic power. Low fluid level can result
in inadequate cooling, poor clutch apply, and
overheating. High fluid level can cause fluid aeration
due to churning and the formation of air bubbles in the
fluid. Aeration increases fluid oxidation rates and
reduces fluid life. Aeration can also cause overheating
due to increased friction. Fluid may be expelled
through the breather when the fluid level is too high.

34.

TRANSMISSION FLUID CHECK

INLET FILTER
ELEMENT

WARNING!

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Figure 32. Air Inlet Filter Element

For vehicles containing the EV Drive, each time


you park the vehicle or leave the operators station
with the engine running, do the following.
Bring the vehicle to a complete stop using the
service brake.
Put the EV Drive in N (Neutral).

d. Welding

Apply the emergency brake and/or parking


brake, if present, and make sure it is properly
engaged.

CAUTION:
When welding on the vehicle:
DO NOT WELD on the vehicle without disconnecting all control system wiring harness
connectors from the TCM and VCM.
DO NOT WELD on any system components
including the DPIM, ESS, and EV Drive.
DO NOT CONNECT welding cables to any
control components.

If the operators station will be unoccupied


with the engine running, chock the wheels and
take any other steps necessary to keep the vehicle from moving.
If this procedure is not followed, the vehicle can
move suddenly and you or others could be injured.

a. Fluid Check Procedure


A label describing on-vehicle welding
precautions is available from your authorized
Allison service dealer and should be installed in a
conspicuous place. A vehicle used in a vocation
that requires frequent modifications or repairs
involving welding must have an on-vehicle
welding label (ST2067EN).

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The EV Drive is equipped with an electronic


Oil Level Sensor (OLS). The OLS provides a
means to check the drive unit fluid level. To display fluid level, simultaneously press the  (Up)
and  (Down) arrow keys on the pushbutton shift
selector for five seconds.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
As soon as fluid level information is requested,
the TCM determines that if conditions are right to
allow a fluid level check. Certain operating conditions must have been met for a period of two minutes before fluid level is checked. These operating
conditions are:
Engine at idle (625850 rpm)
Sump fluid at operating temperature of 2080C

(68176F)
EV Drive output shaft stopped
EV Drive in N (Neutral)
Oil level sensor functioning properly

If the two-minute period has elapsed before the


fluid level check request, information is displayed
immediately. However, if the two-minute period
has not elapsed, a countdown displays before
fluid level information displays. The countdown
display flashes constantly. The countdown starts
at 8 and decreases sequentially to 1 during the
two-minute period.
When a fluid level check is requested, and the
two-minute countdown is in process, the flashing
display shows the number corresponding to the
countdown progress. For example, if the fluid
level check were requested in the middle of the
two-minute countdown period, the display would
flash a 5 or a 4 and decrease to 1.

Table 31. Invalid for Display Codes


Display
Sequence

Interpretation of Display

o,L,5,0

Engine rpm too low, below 750 rpm

o,L,5,9

Engine rpm too high, above 850 rpm

o,L,6,5

Neutral not selected

o,L,7,0

Sump fluid temperature too low

o,L,7,9

Sump fluid temperature too high

o,L,8,9

Output shaft rotation

o,L,9,5

Sensor failure*

* Report sensor failure to a distributor or dealer in your area.


Consult the telephone directory for the Allison
Transmission distributor or dealer near you.

Fluid level information is displayed one character


at a time as follows (see Table 32):
Table 32. Fluid Shift Selector Display
Display
Sequence

Display Meaning

o,L,o,K

Fluid level is correct

o,L,L,o,0,1

Fluid level is 1 quart low

o,L,H,I,0,1

Fluid level is 1 quart high

c. Exiting The Fluid Level Mode


To exit the Fluid Level mode, press the
N (Neutral) button once.

b. Invalid For Display Codes


An Invalid for Display Code is returned when a
fluid level check is requested, but an operational
condition has not been met. The shift selector displays invalid for display codes one character at a
time. The Invalid for Display condition interrupts the two-minute countdown (momentary increase in engine speed does not affect the countdown).
Refer to Table 31 for Invalid for display codes
and their meaning.
The countdown is restarted when the condition
causing the invalid for display code is corrected.
The countdown is not restarted if there is a momentary increase in engine rpm that may generate
a diagnostic code 59.

35.

FLUID RECOMMENDATIONS

The fluid used in the EV Drive has an important influence on performance, reliability, and durability. Use
ONLY a TES-295 certified fluid, such as TranSynd.
Disregarding this recommendation can result in reduced EV Drive life.

NOTE:
A dipstick/fill tube label is available from you local
Allison dealer (SA3316EN).

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36.

EV DRIVE FLUID AND FILTER

CHANGE INTERVALS

Table 34. Recommended Fluid and Filter Change


Interval* (TranSynd/TES-295 Fluid)
Filters

CAUTION:

Fluid

Transmission fluid and filter change frequency is


determined by the severity of EV Drive service.
More frequent changes may be necessary than
recommended in the general guidelines when operating conditions create high levels of contamination or overheating.
a. Fluid and Filter Change Intervals
Table 33 is a general guide for fluid fill capacity.
Determine change intervals by severity of service.
More frequent fluid and filter changes may be
necessary if operating conditions create high levels of contamination or overheating. If there is
any question as to the severity of your duty cycle,
perform an oil analysis to determine proper
change interval. Refer to GN2055EN for established fluid wear limits.
Table 34 is given only as a general guide for fluid
and filter change interval. Recommendations are
based upon the EV Drive containing 100 percent
TransSynd. Lube filter change interval is only
valid with the use of Allison Transmission Gold
series filters. Flushing machines are not recommended or recognized due to variation and inconsistencies with removal of 100 percent of the used
fluid. Refer to the latest revision of SIL 10-TR-99
for more information regarding fluid and filter
change intervals.
When performing the initial control main filter change
or changing Control Main Filter and Lube Filter Kit
at recommended intervals, approximate fluid lost
for each filter is as follows:
Control Main Filter1 quart (0.94 liters)
Lube Filter3 quarts (2.84 liters)

Table 33. Fluid Capacity


Drive Unit Model

Fluid Capacity*

EV Drive

16 qts. (15.1 l)

* Fluid capacity will vary based on location of DPIM and


the size of the oil-to-air heat exchanger.

Control
Main

Lube

Sump/
Internal

100,000 miles 50,000 miles 100,000 miles


(160,000 km) (80 000 km) (160,000 km) Overhaul
48 months
24 months
48 months
* Change control main filter after the first 5000 miles
(8000 km) of service. Thereafter, change fluid/filters after
recommended mileage, or months have elapsed, whichever
occurs first.

Local conditions, severity of operation or duty


cycle may require more or less frequent fluid
change intervals that differ from the published
recommended fluid change intervals of Allison
Transmission. EV Drive protection and fluid
change intervals can be optimized by using fluid
analysis. Filters must be changed at or before
recommended intervals.
b. Abnormal Conditions
Use fluid analysis for an EV Drive used in high
cycle rate applications to be certain that a proper
fluid change interval is established. Transmission
fluid must be changed whenever there is evidence
of dirt or a high temperature condition. A high
temperature condition is indicated by the
transmission fluid being discolored or having a
strong odor, or by fluid analysis. Local
conditions, severity of operation, or duty cycle
may require more or less frequent fluid or filter
change intervals.
Table 35 lists the minimum fluid temperatures at
which the EV Drive may be safely operated
without preheating the fluid. Preheat with auxiliary heating equipment or by running the equipment or vehicle with the EV Drive in
N (Neutral) for a minimum of 20 minutes before
attempting range operation.
Table 35. Transmission Fluid Operating
Temperature Requirements

Viscosity Grade
TranSynd

Ambient Temperature Below


Which Preheat is Required
Celsius
Fahrenheit
30
22
(Ref. SIL 13-TR-90)

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c. Fluid Analysis

b. Water

EV Drive protection and fluid change intervals


can be optimized by monitoring fluid oxidation
according to the tests and limits shown in
Table 36. Fluid oxidation can be monitored
through a fluid analysis firm or by using an oil
analysis kit.
Fluid analysis firmsConsult your local

telephone directory for fluid analysis firms. For


consistent and accurate fluid analysis, use only
one fluid analysis firm. Refer to the
Technicians Guide for Automatic
Transmission Fluid (GN2055EN) for
additional information.
Oil analysis kits (P/N 29537805) are available
through your normal Allison Transmission
parts source.
Refer to the Technicians Guide for Automatic
Transmission Fluid (GN2055EN) for additional
information.
Table 36. Fluid Oxidation Measurement Limits
Test
Limit
Viscosity
25% change from new fluid
Total Acid Number +3.0* change from new fluid
Water
0.2% by volume maximum
* mg of KOH required to neutralize a gram of fluid.

37.

TRANSMISSION FLUID
CONTAMINATION

a. Fluid Examination
Prevent foreign material from entering the EV
Drive by using clean containers, fillers, etc.

Obvious water contamination of the transmission


fluid indicates water ingestion through the
breather. Determine how the water contamination
occurred and perform a fluid change.
c. Metal
It is normal to find a small number of metal particles in the fluid and filter. Large pieces or a large
number of particles may indicate internal
EV Drive damage. If large particles are found in
the sump, do not operate the EV Drive or vehicle and notify your Allison representative. Metal
contamination requires complete EV Drive disassembly.
Clean the cooler, the internal and external hydraulic circuits, the DPIM, and all other areas where
metal particles could lodge.
After flushing the cooler, be sure to test for external cooler circuit restriction. If circuit pressure
drop is above specification, the cooler has an excessive number of trapped particles and must be
replaced.
When equipment to flush the oil cooler is not
available, install a filter in the cooler line between
the oil cooler and the EV Drive from cooler
port. The cooler circuit pressure drop specifications must still be met (refer to AS64-071 or
AS64-072 in the Allison Tech Data book
SA3541EN).
The filter may require frequent changes as debris
is flushed out of the oil cooler circuit. Closely
monitor changes in cooler circuit pressure drop to
indicate when a filter change is needed.

38.
CAUTION:
NEVER USE containers or fillers for transmission fluid that have been used for antifreeze solution or engine coolant. Antifreeze and coolant
solutions contain ethylene glycol which, if put
into the EV Drive, can cause the clutch plates to
fail.
At each fluid change, examine the drained fluid
for evidence of dirt or water. During operation a
normal amount of condensation will collect in the
fluid.

EV DRIVE FLUID AND FILTER


CHANGE PROCEDURE

a. Fluid and Filter Change Procedure


1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop on a level
surface using the service brake and put the vehicle in N (Neutral).
2. Set parking brake and chock the wheels to
make sure that the vehicle cannot move.
3. Remove the drain plug at the rear of the oil pan
using a 38 inch square-drive wrench.

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4. Allow all fluid to drain.

2. Remove lube filter cover and O-ring.

5. Install the drain plug and tighten to 2532 Nm


(1824 lb ft).

3. Remove the lube filter.

6. Using a funnel, fill the EV Drive with 15 liters (16 quarts) of approved fluid (refer to 35
Fluid Recommendations).

4. Lubricate the O-ring on the new filter with


transmission fluid.

7. Start the engine and determine fluid level. Add


or drain fluid as necessary.
b. Refill EV Drive
The amount of refill fluid is less than the amount
used for the initial fill. Fluid remains in the external
circuits and EV Drive cavities after draining the
drive. After refill, determine the fluid level using the
procedure described in Paragraph 34.
Table 37. EV Drive Fluid Fill Capacity
Drive Unit Model
EV Drive

Fluid Capacity*
16 qts (15.1 l)

* Fluid capacity will vary based on location of DPIM and


the size of the oil-to-air heat exchanger.

5. Install the filter over the filter pilot in the stator


housing.
6. Install a new O-ring on the filter cover. Install
the filter cover, torque four bolts to 2429 Nm
(3239 lb ft).
e. Sump Filter Change Procedure
1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop on a level
surface using the service brake and put the vehicle in N (Neutral).
2. Set parking brake and chock the wheels to
make sure that the vehicle cannot move.
3. Remove the drain plug at the rear of the oil pan
using a 38 inch square-drive wrench.

c. Control Main Filter Change Procedure


1. Remove the control main filter by rotating it in
the counter-clockwise direction. Use special
tool J 45023 or standard strap-type filter
wrench.

4. Allow all the fluid to drain.

2. Remove the magnet from the filter attachment


tube or from the top of the filter element.
3. Clean any metal debris from the magnet.

6. Loosen the two bolts retaining the filter retention tabs. Rotate the retention tabs clear of the
filter and remove the filter and seal assembly
from the housing.

4. Reinstall the magnet onto the filter attachment


tube.

7. If seal remains in housing, carefully remove it,


making sure not to score the housing.

5. Lubricate the gasket on the new control main


filter with transmission fluid.

8. Install new seal and filter, make sure that filter


seats completely against housing. Install retention tabs on filter.

6. Install the control main filter, by hand, until the


gasket on the control main filter touches the
stator housing.
7. Turn the filter ONE FULL TURN ONLY
after gasket contact.
d. Lube Circuit Filter Change Procedure
1. Remove the four bolts retaining the lube filter
cover located on the front, lower-left side of
the EV Drive.
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5. Remove the lube filter cover, oil pan, and oil


pan gasket.

9. Install oil pan gasket, oil pan, and lube filter


cover. Install drain plug and tighten to 2532 Nm
(1824 lb ft).
10. Using a funnel, fill the EV Drive with
16 quarts of approved fluid.
11. Start the engine and allow to idle for a minimum of two minutes. Determine fluid level,
add or drain fluid as necessary.

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39.

BREATHER (OIL VENT)

a. Location and Purpose


The breather is located on top and toward the rear
of the stator housing. The breather prevents air
pressure buildup within the EV Drive. The
breather passage must be kept clean and open.
The amount of dust and dirt encountered will determine the frequency of breather cleaning.

CAUTION:

2. Connect a 0350 psi (02070 kPa),


0.4375-20 UNF-2B inch series oil pressure
gauge at the main pressure tap. Use Allison
DOC for PC (AED) to check engine rpm. See
Table 38 for main pressure levels.
Table 38. Main Pressure Schedule
Range
In Range
Neutral

Main Pressure
8621422 kPa (125320 psi)
862 kPa (125 psi)

3. Disconnect the driveshaft.

When cleaning the EV Drive, do not spray


steam, water, or cleaning solution directly at the
breather (oil vent). Spraying steam, water, or
cleaning solution directly at the breather can
force the water or cleaning solution into the EV
Drive and contaminate the transmission fluid.
b. Maintenance
Always use a correctly sized wrench to remove or
replace the breather. Using pliers or a pipe wrench
can crush or damage the breather stem and produce
metal particles that could enter the EV Drive.
Tighten the breather to 1216 Nm (912 lb ft).

310. MAIN PRESSURE CHECK


PROCEDURE
Checking main pressures helps to determine if a
EV Drive malfunction is due to a mechanical or an
electrical problem. Properly making these pressure
checks requires EV Drive and vehicle (or test stand)
preparation, recording of data, and comparing
recorded data against specifications provided.

WARNING!
Observe safety precautions during hydraulic
pressure check procedures. All personnel must
stand clear of the vehicle. Take precautions
against movement of the vehicle. Be sure that
gauges (vacuum, pressure, tachometer) have extended lines so that they can be read from inside
the vehicle.
1. All transmission fluid level and pressure
checks must be made at normal operating
temperatures 2080C (68176F) sump.
Check transmission fluid level.

4. With brakes applied, determine main pressure


with the engine running at 2100 rpm and
600 rpm.
5. Using Allison DOC for PC (AED), determine main boost pressure by commanding the
main boost solenoid to 100 percent full boost.

311. FLUID LEAK DIAGNOSIS


a. Finding the Leak
1. Identify the fluid. Determine whether the fluid
is engine oil, automatic transmission fluid, or
hydraulic fluid from a specific vehicle system.
2. Operate the vehicle to reach normal operating
temperature and park the vehicle.
3. Inspect the vehicle to identify the source of the
leak. Refer to the following list for possible
points of fluid leaks and their causes.
EV Drive mating surfaces:

Attaching bolts not correctly tightened


Improperly installed or damaged gasket
Mating surface(s) damaged
Stator housing leak:

Fill tube or plug seal damaged or


missing
Fill tube bracket dislocated
Oil cooler connector fittings loose or
damaged
Output shaft seals worn-out or damaged
Pressure port plugs loose
Porous casting

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Leak at damper end:

Direct the black light toward the suspected

Damper O-ring damaged

area. The dyed fluid will appear as a brightly


colored path leading to the source.

Porous casting
Fluid comes out of fill tube:

d. Repairing the Leak

Plugged breather

Once the leak has been traced back to its source,


inspect the leaking part for the following conditions, and repair the leaking part.

Water or coolant in fluid increasing fluid


levelfluid appears milky

Gaskets:

Overfilled

Drain-back holes plugged


4. Visually inspect the suspected area. Inspect all
the gasket mating surfaces for leaks.
5. If the leak still cannot be identified, then clean
the suspected area with a degreaser, steam, or
spray solvent. Clean and dry the area. Operate
the vehicle for several miles at varying speeds.
Re-inspect the vehicle for leaks.
b. Powder Method

Fluid level/pressure is too high


Plugged breather or drain-back holes
Improperly tightened fasteners or dirty/
damaged threads
Warped flanges or sealing surfaces
Scratches, burrs, or other damage to a
sealing surface
Damaged or worn-out gasket

Clean the suspected area.


Apply an aerosol-type white powder.

Cracked or porous casting adjacent to the


gasket

Operate the vehicle under normal operating

Improper sealant used (where applicable)

conditions.
Visually inspect the suspected area and trace

the leak path over the white powder surface to


the source.

Seals:

Fluid level/pressure is too high


Plugged breather or drain-back holes
Damaged seal bore

NOTE:
Dye and black light kits are available for finding
leaks. Refer to the manufacturers directions when
using the kits. See kit directions for the color of the
fluid dye mix.

c. Black Light and Dye Method


Pour the specified amount of dye into the

EV Drive fill tube.

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Improper installation
Cracks in component
Output shaft surface scratched, nicked, or
damaged
Loose or worn-out bearing causing excess
seal wear
Sealing Flange:

Operate the vehicle in normal operating condi-

tions.

Damaged or worn-out seal

Inspect the sealing flange for bends;


replace the part with the damaged flange.

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41.

SCOPE

This section provides general information for


EV Drive maintenance. The information provided
includes:

42.

Tools and equipment required


Replacement parts information
Cleanliness and careful handling
Cleaning and inspection of components
Assembly procedures
EV Drive, DPIM, ESS removal and
installation
Locating torque specifications for plugs, bolts,
and nuts

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

a. Improvised Tools and Equipment


The following items may be improvised.

Work Table500 kg (1000 lb) capacity


(Figure 41)

48 in.
(120 cm)

Stator Housing FixtureJ 46701 or equivalent


(Table 41)

b. Special Tools
Special tools are illustrated and identified in
Table 41.
c. Mechanics Tools and Shop Equipment
The following tools, in addition to the common
tools ordinarily required, should be available.

Common hand tools, metric where required

Metric wrench set (sockets, box-end


wrenches, and Allen wrenches)

Snapring pliers

Micrometer (metric preferred)

Depth micrometer (metric preferred)

Dial indicator set (metric preferred)

78 in.
(200 cm)

TRANSMISSION FLUID DRAIN

STEEL TOP

24 in.
(60 cm)

4 x 4 in. LEGS
(10 x 10 cm)

TRANSMISSION
FLUID DRAIN
(BOTH SIDES)

HOLE FOR
SHAFT CLEARANCE
APPROXIMATELY
3 in. (76 mm)
LOCATE WHERE
CONVENIENT

TROUGH
16-GAUGE SHEET STEEL
1 12 in. (35 mm) DEEP
1 12 in. (35 mm) WIDE
2 x 6 in. BOARD
(5 x 15 cm)
FOR TOP FRAME
AND LEG BRACKETS

V02733.01.00

Figure 41. Work Table

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Metric headless guide bolts set

M10 eye bolt

M16 eye bolt

Suitable hoist500 kg (1000 lb) capacity

A 12 Nm (100 lb inch) torque wrench

WARNING!

A 350 Nm (250 lb ft) torque wrench

Use appropriate safety equipment such as safety


glasses, safety shoes, and gloves.

A press for disassembly and assembly of


spring-loaded clutches and interference-fit
parts

CAUTION:
Caustic cleaning compounds will damage some
EV Drive parts. Use only mineral spirits to
clean drive parts.

Clean, lint-free shop cloths (do not use waste


cloths)

Containers for parts

Supply of wood blocks

Petrolatum

Container of mineral spirits for cleaning parts

43.

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Refer to the latest version of Parts Catalog


(PC3717EN) for parts information. Do not order replacement parts using the reference numbers in this
service manual.

WARNING!
Do not burn discarded Teflon seals; toxic gases
are produced by burning Teflon.

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Table 41. Special Tools and Equipment*
Illustration

Tool No./ Description

Illustration

Tool No./ Description

J 38548
Damper Assembly End
Play Gauge
(3000/4000 Torque
Converter End Play Gauge)

J 46706
Relay and CM
Valve Installer

J 46706

J 38548

J 46701
Stator Housing
FixtureLifting/Turnover
Stand

J 46699
Front Support Seal Installer

J-46701

J 46703
Output Spanner Nut Socket

J 46702
Output Seal Installer

J 46703

J 46702
J 46702

J 46705
C1/C2 Trim/Blocking
Valve Installer

J 8092
Universal Driver

J 8092

J 46705

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Table 41. Special Tools and Equipment* (contd)
Illustration

Tool No./ Description

Illustration

J 45023
Control Main
Filter Wrench

Tool No./ Description

J 48125
Bearing Race Remover

J 45023

J 48122
Front Support
Bushing Installer

J 48129
Pump Assembly
Spring Compressor

J 48130
Input/Output Shaft
Bushing Remover
J 48123
Pump Assembly
Bushing Installer
J 48131
Input/Output Shaft
Bushing Installer

J 48124
Damper Assembly
Bushing Installer

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J 48132
P2 Drive Hub Assembly
Bushing Installer

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Table 41. Special Tools and Equipment* (contd)
Illustration

Tool No./ Description

Illustration

Tool No./ Description

J 48341
C1 Housing Inner
Race Installer

J 48133
P2 Carrier Bushing Installer

J 48138
Inner Bearing
Race Installer

J 48344
Selective Shim
Measurement Tool
(Rear Cover)
J 48344

J 48139
Bearing Installer

J 48141
P3 Carrier Flange
Bushing Installer
J 48141

J 48142
P3 Ring Gear Flange
Bushing Installer

J 48149
Stator Protector

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J 48347
C1 Housing Roller
Bearing Installer

J 48361
Tapered Bearing Installer

J 48365
Bearing Race
Installer/Remover

J 48530
C2 Snapring Removal Tool

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Table 41. Special Tools and Equipment* (contd)
Illustration

Tool No./ Description

Illustration

Tool No./ Description

J 46708
Digital Multi-Meter

J 48612
Taper Bearing Remover

J 46708.00.00

D-00002
Battery Protection
Installation Device (BPID)

mp
La t
Tes

t
Tesult
Res
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Setition)
(Ign
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Powuits
Circ
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Sup ts
Vol

All

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ly to age
ous
tinu not dam

con
lit e can
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inte

mus
ps ng
lam wiri

n Pr

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volt

age

tio

n De

vic

450
EXIT

STORE

DATA

REC

TEST

HOLD

TIMER

REC
INTV

AMB-45 Amprobe
(Megger)

1000V
500V

250V

tio

alla

ZERO

Inst

Pa

Ba

OFF
COM

AMB - 45
M
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V08430.00.00

J 33163
Valve Tray Set

D-00001
DPIM Protection
Installation Device (DPID)

V08431.00.00

00002-03300L
HV Gloves, Class 00
(Large)

V08429.00.00

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Illustration

Tool No./ Description

Illustration

Tool No./ Description

J 46995-A
Allison DOC For PC
(AED) Software

J 46709
Power Adapter for TCM/
VCM/DPIM/ESS

J 44950

J 46709

N 00001
Softing CANcard2 and
Adapter Cable

J 46710
CAN Adapter to 9-Pin
Deutsch

J 46710

J 46713
ESS Removal/Installation
Fixture
J 46711
Harness Assembly TCM/
DPIM/VCM

J 46713.01.00

* We believe this source and its tools to be reliable. These tools may be
available from other manufacturers. Allison Transmission, Inc. does
not endorse, indicate any preference for, or assume any responsibility
for the products or tools from these firms, or for any such items that
may be available from other sources.
** Kent-Moore Tool Division, 28635 Mound Road,
Warren, Michigan 48092
1-800-328-6657 US
1-507-455-7223 International

J 46711

J 46712
Harness Assembly Drive
Unit/ESS

J 46712

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44.

CAREFUL HANDLING

Handle parts and subassemblies carefully to prevent


nicking, scratching, and denting. Parts that fit together
closely and have a specific operating clearance can
bind if damaged. Parts that depend upon smooth surfaces for sealing may leak if scratched. Control valve
body assembly parts are especially susceptible to leaking if scratched. Valves, when dry, must move freely
by their own weight. Handle these parts carefully and
protect them during removal, cleaning, inspection, and
installation. Keep control valve body assembly parts in
clean containers until installation.

45.

CLEANING AND INSPECTION

a. Dirt Causes Malfunction


All parts must be clean to permit effective inspection. Do not allow dirt or foreign material to enter
the EV Drive during assembly. Even minute
particles can cause close-fit parts, such as valves,
to malfunction.

2. Soak particularly dirty bearings or ones filled


with hardened grease in mineral spirits before
trying to clean them.

WARNING!
Never dry bearings by spinning them with
compressed air. A spinning bearing can
disintegrate, allowing balls or rollers to become
lethal flying projectiles. Also, spinning a bearing
without lubrication can damage the bearing.
3. Before inspection, lubricate the bearings with
transmission fluid.
d. Keeping Bearings Clean
Ball or roller bearing failures are usually caused
by dirt or grit in the bearing. Keep bearings clean
during removal and installation. Observe the following rules for maximum bearing life:

Do not unwrap new bearings until they are to


be installed.

Do not remove the grease in which new


bearings are packed until they are to be
installed.

Do not lay bearings on a dirty bench. Place


bearings on clean paper or lint-free cloth.

If a bearing is not installed immediately, wrap


or cover the lubricated bearing with clean
paper or lint-free cloth to keep out dust.

b. Cleaning Parts
1. Clean all metallic EV Drive parts, except
bearings and friction-faced clutch plates, by
steam-cleaning or with volatile mineral spirits.
Do not use caustic soda solution for steamcleaning. Clean friction-faced clutch plates and
bearings with mineral spirits only.
2. Dry all parts, except bearing assemblies, with
compressed air. To prevent rust, lubricate
steam-cleaned parts as soon as they are dry.
3. Clean fluid passages by working a piece of soft
wire through the passages and flushing them
with mineral spirits. Dry the passages with
compressed air.
4. Examine parts, especially fluid passages, after
cleaning to make certain they are entirely
clean. Re-clean parts if necessary.
c. Cleaning Bearings
1. Bearings that have been in service should be
thoroughly cleaned in volatile mineral spirits.
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e. Inspecting Bearings
1. Inspect bearings for rough or uneven rotation.
Replace a bearing if its rotation is still rough or
uneven after cleaning and lubrication.
2. Inspect bearings for scored, pitted, scratched,
cracked, or chipped races, and for excessive
roller or ball wear. Replace the bearing if any
defects are found.
3. Inspect a defective bearings bore and mating
shaft for grooved, burred, or galled conditions
that indicate the bearing has been turning in the
bore or on the shaft. If the damage cannot be
repaired with crocus cloth, replace the defective part.

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4. When removing a bearing, do not apply pressure across the balls. This can cause brinelling
and bearing failure.
5. If a bearing must be removed or installed without the proper tool, press only on the race
which is adjacent to the mounting surface. If a
press is not available, carefully seat the bearing
with a drift and hammer.
f. Inspecting Cast Parts and Machined Surfaces
1. Inspect bores for wear, scratches, grooves, and
dirt. Remove scratches and burrs with a crocus
cloth. Clean the part. Replace parts that are
deeply scratched or grooved.
2. Inspect all fluid passages for obstructions. If an
obstruction is found, remove it with compressed air, or by working a soft wire back and
forth through the passage and flushing it out
with mineral spirits.
3. Inspect mounting faces for nicks, burrs,
scratches, and foreign matter. Remove any defects with crocus cloth or a soft stone. Clean
the part. If scratches are deep, replace the defective part.
4. Inspect threaded openings for damaged
threads. Clean damaged threads with the correct size tap.
5. Inspect the ribs inside the C1 housing for
reaction plate wear grooves in the side of the
ribs.
6. Replace housings or other cast parts that are
cracked.
7. Inspect all machined surfaces for damage that
could cause fluid leakage or other malfunction.
Rework or replace defective parts.
8. Inspect the oil tracks of the valve bodies and
main housing for porosity, broken lands,
cracks, dirt, and land surface imperfections.
These imperfections will cause severe fluid
leakage leading to EV Drive failure.
g. Inspecting Bushings and Thrust Washers
1. Inspect bushings for scores, burrs, sharp edges,
and evidence of overheating. Remove scores
with a crocus cloth. Remove burrs and sharp
edges with a scraper or knife blade. Before

reinstalling, carefully examine bushings for


signs of distress.

CAUTION:
When removing a defective bushing do not
damage the bushing bore.
2. Replace bushings that are out-of-round, deeply
scored, or excessively worn. Inspect parts
mated to bushings to make sure they are not
damaged or worn beyond use.
3. Inspect thrust washers for distortion, scores,
burrs, and wear. Replace a thrust washer if defective or worn.
h. Inspecting Sealrings and Gaskets
1. Inspect piston sealrings and lip-type seals for
nicks, cuts, tears, splits, and pattern damage. A
damaged seal can indicate rough or sharp
edges in piston grooves or on a mating surface
that could damage a new seal.
2. Inspect clutch housing sealing surfaces for
nicks, burrs, dents, or displaced metal that
could interfere with mating parts or damage
the piston seal. Remove raised metal, sharp
edges, burrs, or nicks with a soft stone and crocus cloth. Thoroughly clean all residue from
the housing before assembly.
i. Inspecting Gears
1. Inspect gears for scuffed, nicked, burred, or
broken teeth. If a defect cannot be removed
with a soft stone, replace the gear.
2. Inspect gear teeth for wear that has changed
the original tooth shape. If this condition is
found, replace the gear.
3. Inspect the thrust face of gears for scores,
scratches, and burrs. Remove such defects with
a soft stone. If scratches and scores cannot be
removed with a soft stone, replace the gear.
4. Inspect gears for load pattern and signs of distress. Any sign of distress indicates that a gear
failure during operation is possible. Reusing
distressed gears is an individual customer decision based on experience. Backlash cannot be
used to establish critical gear wear. Backlash
tolerances are of such nature that a gear usually

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tangs. Remove burrs and minor surface
irregularities using a soft stone. Replace plates
which have any defects.

pits, scuffs, scores, or galls long before gear


wear becomes critical.
j. Inspecting Splined Parts
1. Inspect splined parts for stripped, twisted,
chipped, or burred splines. Remove burrs with a
soft stone. Replace the part if other defects are
found. Spline wear is not considered harmful except where it affects the fit of the splined parts.
2. Spline wear is determined by comparing feeler
gauge thickness with the thickness of the worn
area on the spline. Replace parts having
excessive spline wear.
3. Backlash cannot be used to establish critical
spline wear. Accurate backlash measurement
requires the mating parts to be concentrically
located.
k. Inspecting Threaded Parts
Inspect threaded parts for burred or damaged
threads. Remove burrs with a soft stone or fine
file. Replace damaged parts.
l. Inspecting Retaining Rings
Inspect all retaining rings for nicks, distortion, or
excessive wear. Replace the retaining ring if any
defects are found. The retaining ring must snap
tightly into its groove to function properly.

o. Inspecting Swaged and Interference-Fit Parts


If there is evidence of looseness, the assembly
should be replaced.
p. Inspecting Sealing Surfaces
1. Inspect surfaces in contact with hook-type,
scarf-cut, and butt-joint sealrings for stepwear, nicks, scratches, and scoring. Use a soft
stone or crocus cloth to remove only the raised
metal portion of these defects. Polishing the
area to remove a defect is neither necessary nor
desirable. If the defects are too severe to correct, replace the defective part.
2. Inspect surfaces in contact with spring-loaded,
lip-type seals for nicks, scratches, roughness,
or other surface irregularities. Inspect for embedded particles, step-wear, and dirt on flanges
or other components exposed to external contamination. Remove the defects and restore the
finish. Replace the part if scores or scratches
permit fluid leakage.

46.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

a. Parts Lubrication
m. Inspecting Springs
Inspect springs for signs of overheating, permanent set, or wear due to rubbing adjacent parts.
n. Inspecting Clutch Plates
1. Inspect friction-faced clutch plates (C1 clutch
plates are externally tanged; C2 clutch plates
are internally splined) for burrs, embedded
metal particles, severely pitted faces, loose
faces, excessive wear, cone, cracks, distortion,
shallow oil groove depth, or damaged spline
teeth. Remove burrs using a soft honing stone.
Replace plates which have any defects.
2. Inspect steel plates (C1 clutch plates are
internally splined; all other clutch plates are
externally tanged) for burrs, scoring, excessive
wear, excessive cone, distortion, imbedded
metal, galling, cracks, breaks, or damaged
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During EV Drive final assembly, lubricate all


moving parts with transmission fluid. The fluid
will help protect friction surfaces and ferrous
metals until the unit is in service.
b. Grease Used for Assembly
During EV Drive assembly use oil-soluble
grease with a low melting point (petrolatum) to
temporarily retain parts, butt-joint sealrings, scarfcut sealrings, and hook-type sealrings.
c. Sealing Compounds and Nonsoluble Greases
Do not use gasket-type sealing compounds,
fibrous greases, or nonsoluble vegetable-base
cooking compounds inside the EV Drive or
where they could be flushed into the EV Drive
hydraulic system.

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d. Clutches and Pistons
1. Soak each friction-faced clutch plate (twominute minimum) in transmission fluid before
final assembly.
2. Apply a generous amount of transmission fluid
to the piston cavity before final assembly.
3. Assemble clutch plates so that the cone of each
plate faces the same direction.
e. Threaded Plugs and Hydraulic Fittings

CAUTION:
Do not use Teflon tape on threaded parts.
Slivers can cause the EV Drive to
malfunction.
Improperly installed plugs or fittings can
cause leakage and cracked housings.
Tighten all pipe plugs to the specified torque in the
assembly procedure and on the exploded views.
Tighten other fittings sufficiently to prevent
leakage.
f. Bearings
If a bearing must be removed or installed without
an installation sleeve, drive or press only on the
race which is adjacent to the mounting surface. If
a press is not available, carefully seat the bearing

with a drift and a hammer, driving against the supported race.


g. Electrical Components
For inspection and repair of electrical components, refer to the Allison Transmission EP 40/50
System Series Troubleshooting Manual
(TS3715EN).

47.

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

Assembly procedures in Sections 6 and 7 specify the


torque requirements for all plugs, bolts, and nuts.
Torque values are also presented with the foldout
illustrations in the back of this manual. Torque values
specified are for dry assembly, except when otherwise
noted. Bolts and washers should be washed and dried
before assembly. As a general reference, GM500M
(10.9) torque values are presented in Table 42.
As a general practice; when tightening plugs, bolts, or
nuts, snugly tighten plugs and fasteners before tightening them to the specified torque. Use a criss-cross pattern to evenly tighten multiple fasteners retaining a
component.

48.

PRESSURE SCHEDULE

Refer to Table 43 for the hydraulic pressure schedule


at various engine rpm.

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Table 42. GM500M (10.9) Bolt and Nut Torque Values
Torque Values
Nominal Thread
Diameter mm

Nm
Min
1.0
2.5
5
10
24
51
90
130
228
325
447

M3
M4
M5
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
M18
M20

lb ft
Max
2.5
5.0
8
13
29
61
110
163
266
377
513

Min
0.7
2
4
7
18
38
66
96
168
240
330

Max
1.8
4
6
10
21
45
81
120
196
278
378

Table 43. Pressure Schedule (Minimum Allowable)


Engine
Input
Speed
(rpm)

Applied
Range Clutch

Full
Boost
Main
Pressure
kPa (psi)

Low
Main
Pressure
kPa (psi)

Control
Main
Pressure
kPa (psi)

C1
Pressure
kPa (psi)

C2
Pressure
kPa (psi)

Lube
Pressure
kPa (psi)

755795

2030 (294)

770 (112)

495 (72)

8 (1)

8 (1)

30 (4)

755795

F1

C1

2030 (294)

770 (112)

495 (72)

Main
70 (10)

8 (1)

30 (4)

755795

F2

C2

2030 (294)

770 (112)

495 (72)

8 (1)

Main
70 (10)

30 (4)

755795

C1

2030 (294)

770 (112)

495 (72)

Main
70 (10)

Main
70 (10)

30 (4)

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51.

REMOVE THE EV DRIVE

CAUTION:
Whenever an EV Drive is exchanged, or has
undergone repairs, the TCM must have the C1
and C2 clutch and main boost pressure adaptives
reset. This will cause the TCM to erase previous
adaptive information and begin to adapt from
the base calibration. Use Allison DOC For PC
(AED)Service Tool to reset the TCM. Refer to
the user guide for instructions (GN3727EN).

Drain the transmission fluid before removing the


EV Drive from the vehicle.
a. Drain the EV Drive

WARNING!
Avoid contact with the hot fluid or the sump
when draining transmission fluid. Direct contact
with the hot fluid or the hot sump may result in
bodily injury.
1. Remove the drain plug from the oil pan.
Examine the drained fluid for evidence of
contamination
(refer
to
Section
3,
Paragraph 37). Reinstall the drain plug.
EV Drive

2. Remove the
fill tube if it interferes
with drive removal. Plug the fill tube hole in
the stator housing to keep dirt from entering
the EV Drive.

OPTIONAL
REAR SUPPORT
BRACKET

BREATHER

MOUNTING
PAD

HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX FOR
MOTOR B

P1 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

V07608.04.01
OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR
FLYWHEEL

P3 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

b. Disconnect Controls

OIL PAN
OIL DRAIN PLUG

WARNING!

FILL TUBE PROVISION


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The Allison Electric Drives EP 40/50 System


uses potentially hazardous electrical energy. All
hybrid propulsion components are identified
with warning labels or symbols. DO NOT
attempt to service components containing
potentially hazardous electrical energy if you are
not trained to do so.
Normal Operating Conditions:
ESS Voltage Range:
432780 VDC
DPIM Current Range:
350 to +350 A

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WARNING!
DO NOT rely solely on the HVIL to de-energize
the system. Always perform the appropriate
checks to make sure the system is discharged before servicing components.

WARNING!
DO NOT attempt to bypass any High Voltage Interlock for any reason. Tampering with the HVIL
may result in injury. Failure to follow proper
safety procedures may result in serious personal
injury or death.

OPTIONAL
REAR SUPPORT
BRACKET

1. Perform electrical disconnect verification procedure (refer to Section 2).


BREATHER

MOUNTING
PAD

HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX FOR
MOTOR B

OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR

P1 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

4-1-2
FLYWHEEL

P3 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

2. Disconnect the external wiring harness from


the EV Drive internal harness 31-way connector.
3. Disconnect the external wiring harness from
four motor speed sensors in the stator housing.
Label each speed sensor wire.

OIL PAN
OIL DRAIN PLUG

FILL TUBE PROVISION


V07608.04.01

4. Disconnect the external harness from two output speed sensors in the rear cover. Label each
speed sensor wire.
5. Disconnect the external harness from the two
HVIL connectors attached to Motor A and Motor B lug boxes.
6. Remove four M8 x 70 mm bolts from each lug
box cover and remove the covers.
7. Remove the top nut from each of three high
voltage studs in each lug box.
8. Remove the external harness from each lug
box.
9. Install shipping covers over all detached connectors to prevent dirt or moisture from entering a disconnected connector.
10. Position the wiring harness so it does not interfere with EV Drive removal.

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NOTE:
A significant amount of fluid may drain from the
hydraulic lines when they are disconnected from the
EV Drive.
11. Disconnect all hydraulic lines from the
EV Drive. Remove the lines from the vehicle
if they interfere with drive removal.
12. Plug all openings to keep dirt from entering the
hydraulic system.

OIL TO COOLER PORT


HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX
FOR MOTOR "A"

P2 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR
P4 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

c. Uncouple From Driveline, Engine, and Vehicle


OIL TO DPIM PORT

WARNING!

OIL FROM DPIM PORT

V07584.03.01
NAMEPLATE

FILL TUBE PROVISION

OIL FROM COOLER PORT

Chock wheels to prevent vehicle from moving


when driveline is disconnected. This is not
necessary if all wheels are off the ground.
1. Disconnect the vehicle drive shaft from the
EV Drive output flange or yoke. Position the
disconnected shaft to avoid interference when
removing the EV Drive.

MAIN PRESSURE TAP


V07584.03.00

EV DRIVE

2. If EV Drive mountings support the rear of the


engine, place a jack or other support under the
engine.
3. Securely support the EV Drive with a hoist,
jack, or other suitable removal equipment.

DRIVESHAFT

4-1-4

V10651.00.00

NOTE:
It may be necessary to remove an engine flywheel
housing access cover to remove flexplate or
flexplate adapter bolts. This is the engine to
EV Drive connection.

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4. Remove all bolts, nuts, washers, spacers, and
supports that attach the EV Drive to the vehicle and the engine.

RING GEAR

FLEXPLATE ADAPTER
FLEXPLATE

modified
WEAR PLATE
V07596.00.00
HUB ADAPTER

V07586.01.00

5. Remove ten bolts retaining the flexplate


adapter to the flywheel damper assembly.
6. Remove the flexplate adapter.

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d. Install Drive on Repair Stand
Special Tools Required:
J 46701

Stator Housing FixtureLifting/


Turnover Stand

1. Position the drive on the work table so that the


oil pan is facing down.
2. Using eight M14 x 2.0-6G bolts with minimum
of 1.0 inch thread engagement, attach lifting fixture (J 46701) to stator housing mounting pads.
3. Make sure the adapter plate is mounted to the
turnover stand.

J 46701

4. Lift drive and align lifting fixture with adapter


plate. Install four bolts attaching lifting fixture
to adapter plate.

52.

J-46701

REMOVE MOTOR
SPEED SENSORS

The EV Drive uses directional Hall-effect speed


sensors for Motors A and B. The following procedure applies to both the Motor A and the Motor B
speed sensors. Each motor has two speed sensors.
Motor speed sensors are labeled on the stator
housing (Foldout 7) P1P4. P1 and P2 are for
Motor A. P3 and P4 are for Motor B.

V07608.04.00
P3
SPEED SENSOR

P1
SPEED SENSOR
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a. Removal
1. Remove the M6 bolt retaining the speed sensor
to the housing.
2. Remove the speed sensor bracket.
3. Carefully work the speed sensor free of the
housing.

V07584.04.00
P2
SPEED SENSOR

P4
SPEED SENSOR
V07584.04.00

b. Inspection
1. Inspect the speed sensors for external damage.
2. Inspect the speed sensor electrical pin condition.
3. Inspect the speed sensor O-ring for cuts or
damage.

V09588.00.00

4. Replace any damaged speed sensors or


O-rings.
V09588.00.00

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53.

REMOVE OUTPUT
SPEED SENSORS

P6 OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR

P7 OUTPUT
SPEED SENSOR

The output speed sensors are variable reluctance devices mounted in the rear cover (Foldout 11). Each
sensor consists of a wire coil wrapped around a pole
piece that is adjacent to a permanent magnet. Output
speed sensors are on the rear cover labeled P6 and P7.
a. Removal
1. Remove the M8 bolt retaining the speed sensor
to the housing.
2. Carefully work the speed sensor free of the
housing.
b. Inspection

V08672.00.00

NOTE:
Refer to parts catalog PC3717EN or CD3717EN for
additional information regarding the output speed
sensors.
1. For former design speed sensors, inspect the
speed sensors for external damage. Measure
speed sensor resistance. Resistance should
measure 300 25 Ohms at 20C (68F). Refer
to TS3715EN for additional component troubleshooting.
2. For current design speed sensors, inspect the
speed sensors for external damage. Measure
speed sensor resistance. Resistance should
measure 340 25 Ohms at 20C (68F). Refer
to TS3715EN for additional component troubleshooting.

V09589.00.00

FORMER

V09589.00.00

3. Replace any damaged speed sensors or


O-rings.

CURRENT

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54.

REMOVE CONTROL
MAIN FILTER

Special Tools Required:


J 45023 Control Main Filter Wrench

1. Using J 45023 or a strap-type filter wrench, rotate the control main filter counter-clockwise
and remove control main filter 1.

2. Remove magnet 2 from the filter attachment


tube or from the bottom of the filter element.

3. Clean any metal debris from the magnet.

4-5-1

4. Reinstall the magnet onto the filter attachment


tube.
5. Lubricate the gasket on the control main filter
with transmission fluid.

V10479.00.00

6. By hand, install the control main filter until the


gasket contacts the stator housing.

CAUTION:
Turning the control main filter more than ONE
FULL TURN after gasket contact will damage
the filter.
7. Using J 45023 or by hand, turn the filter ONE
FULL TURN after gasket contact.

55.

REMOVE INPUT DAMPER

1. Position the EV Drive so that the front of the


EV Drive is facing up.

11

2. If installed, remove any shipping brackets 1


that prevent damper movement.

4-6-1

4-6-1
4-6-1
4-6-1
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3. Remove threaded plug and O-ring 1 using a
34 inch Allen wrench.

11

4-6-2

4-6-2
4-6-2
4-6-2
V10488.00.00

NOTE:
The starter ring gear may need to be installed to
provide sufficient leverage to remove the input
bolt retaining the damper assembly to the input
shaft.
4. Insert a heel bar into an input housing bolt
hole. Insert two bolts into adjacent flexplate
adapter bolt holes. Place a heel bar between the
bolts and the heel bar so as prevent the input
damper from rotating.

4-6-3

4-6-3
4-6-3
4-6-3

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5. Remove bolt 1 and shim 2 located below
threaded plug.
1

4-6-4
V10424.01.00

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6. Attach a sling to damper assembly 1.
1

7. Attach a hoist to the sling and raise damper assembly 1 from input housing 2. Using
M8 x 1.25 bolts to attach the sling to the
damper. If the starter ring gear is installed, use
M10 x 1.25 bolts of sufficient length.

1
2

4-6-5

8. Place the damper assembly on the work table


and remove the sling.

4-6-5
4-6-5

V10577.00.00

56.
1

REMOVE INPUT HOUSING

1. Remove twenty-nine M10 x 1.50 x 35 mm 1


bolts from input housing.
1

4-7-1

4-7-1

4-6-6
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2. Attach a sling to the input housing.
3. Attach a hoist to the sling.

4-7-3

4. Remove the input housing.


5. Place the input housing on table.
6. Remove the sling.
4-7-3
4-7-3

V10578.00.00

7. Remove and discard the stator housing/input


housing gasket.
1
4-7-4

4-6-9
4-6-9
4-7-4
V10376.00.00.(4-7-4)

8. Remove thrust bearing 1 (72 mm ID).


1

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XXXXX

XXXX

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

4-7-5

4-7-5
4-6-10
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57.

REMOVE ROTOR A

1. Screw an M16 x 2 eye into input shaft 1.


1

2. Attach a hoist.
3. Slowly lift Rotor A from the stator housing.
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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

4-8-1

CAUTION:
4-8-1
4-8-1
V10372.00.00

Use care when positioning Rotor A on the work


surface so as not to damage the speed signal
wheel.
4. Set Rotor A on work surface with the input
shaft through the clearance hole in work table
or support Rotor A on wood blocks high
enough to allow the input shaft to clear the
work surface.

4-8-2

5. Remove hoist.
6. Remove eye hook.
4-8-2
4-8-2
V10386.00.00(4-9-1)

58.

REMOVE REAR COVER

4-9-1

512

X X X X X X X X TIDO

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XXXX

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

1. Position the EV Drive with the rear cover


facing up.

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2. Remove M10 x 50 mm bolt 1 from the rear
cover.

4-9-2
4-9-2

V10378.00.00.(4-9-2)

3. Remove eight M10 x 75 mm bolts 1 from the


rear cover.

4-9-3
1
1

4-9-4
14-9-3

4. Remove two M12 x 100 mm bolts 1 from the


rear cover.

V10379.00.00

X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

XXXX

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

4-9-4

V10377.00.00.(4-9-5)

5. Remove eighteen M12 x 55 mm bolts 1 from


the rear cover bolt circle.

1
1

1
1

4-9-5

1
1

4-9-6
4-9-6
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1

1
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6. Attach a hook to the yoke assembly.
7. Attach a hoist to the hook and raise rear cover
assembly from stator housing.
8. Place rear cover assembly on the work table.

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XXXXX

XXXX

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DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

4-9-6

4-9-7
V10545.00.00

9. Remove gasket 1 between the rear cover assembly and the C1 clutch housing.

1
4-9-7

4-9-7

4-9-8
4-9-8

V10581.00.00

59.

REMOVE ROTOR B / C1 CLUTCH


HOUSING

1. Remove C1 clutch pack 1 from C1 clutch


housing 2.

4-10-1

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2. Remove fifteen M12 x 45 mm bolts 1 from the
C1 clutch housing assembly.

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

4-10-2

4-10-2
V10375.00.00.(4-10-2)

3. Arrange two wood blocks on the work surface


to receive Rotor B. Make sure the P3 sun shaft
will be clear of the work surface.
4. Install three bolts, equally spaced to provide a
balanced lift, in the threaded holes of the C1
clutch housing.

4-10-3

5. Attach a sling to C1 clutch housing assembly.


6. Attach a hoist to the sling and slowly lift the
C1 clutch housing/Rotor B assembly from the
stator housing 2.
7. Place C1 clutch housing/Rotor B assembly on
the work table and remove the sling.

4-10-3

4-10-3
V10579.00.00

8. Remove the gasket.

510. REMOVE LUBE FILTER


1. Remove four M8 bolts 3 from the lube filter
cover 2 and remove the cover.

2. Remove lube filter 1.


2

3. Replace the lube filter and the O-ring in lube


filter cover 2.

4-11-1
4-11-1

4-11-1
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511. REMOVE OIL PAN
CAUTION:
To reduce the possibility of dropping small parts
between the stator housing and the stator
winding, which may be impossible to remove,
position the EV Drive vertically when
removing components such as the oil pan, valve
bodies, solenoid filter screens, etc.

1. Remove thirty-two M8 x 30 mm bolts 1 and


four M8 x 70 mm bolts 2 from the perimeter of
the oil pan.

2. Remove the oil pan 3 and gasket 4.


4-12-1
3
4
V10662.00.00

512. REMOVE SUCTION FILTER


1. Remove two bolts and two clips retaining the
suction filter to the control deck.
1

2. Remove the suction filter. At overhaul replace


the suction filter and O-ring 1.

4-13-1

V10656.00.00

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61.

FLYWHEEL DAMPER
ASSEMBLY

WARNING!
To help avoid personal injury, use an appropriate
hoist and lifting devices to lift the input damper
assembly. The input damper assembly weighs
approximately 23 kg (60 lbs).
a. Disassembly
1. If not already marked, scribe a balance mark
across the OD of the front damper cover and
the damper rear cover. Using balance marks
prevents changing the balance characteristics
during re-assembly.
V09874.00.00

ALIGNMENT MARK
V09874.00.00(5-1-2)

2. Remove twenty-four M8 x 1.25 x 20 mm


bolts 1 retaining the rear cover assembly to
front damper assembly 2.

1
2

V09872.00.00
5-1-3
V09872.00.00(5-1-3)

3. Install two M8 x 1.25 jack bolts (1), 180 degrees apart, in blind threaded holes in the rear
cover assembly.
4. Separate the front damper assembly and rear
cover assembly by tightening the jack bolts until the rear cover assembly is free of front
damper assembly 2.

V09871.00.00

5. Remove the rear cover assembly.


6. Remove the jackbolts.

5-1-4
5-1-4
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7. Remove O-ring 1 from the rear cover assembly.
1

8. Discard O-ring 1.
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9. Remove thrust bearing 1 from the rear cover


assembly.

10. Discard thrust bearing 1 if the races are damaged or if the thrust bearing exhibits uneven
movement or wear.

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11. Remove the damper hub from the front damper


assembly.

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12. Remove eight bolts 3 retaining damper assembly 1 to damper front cover 2.

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13. Remove damper 1 from front cover 2.

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14. Remove thrust bearing 1 from inside of the


front cover.

15. Discard thrust bearing 1 if the races are damaged or if the thrust bearing exhibits uneven
movement or wear.
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b. Inspect Front Damper Cover


1. Inspect the front damper cover for obvious
damage such as galling. Replace the front
cover if thrust bearing surface 1 is damaged.
2. Inspect the twenty-four M8 x 1.25 threaded
holes for thread damage. Use a M8 x 1.25 tap
to correct thread damage.

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2
2

3. Replace the front damper cover if the threads


cannot be repaired.
4. Inspect dowel pins 2 for damage. Replace
damaged dowel pins.

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c. Replace Front Damper Cover Dowel Pins
1. Remove a damaged dowel pin 1 from the front
damper cover.

1
1

2. Press new dowel pin to a height of 10.95


11.55 mm (0.4310.455 inch) above the face.

CAUTION:

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2

Do not use a standard tap in the ten M8 x 1.25


threaded holes on the front face of the front
damper cover. A standard tap will damage the
Spiralock threads in these holes. Do not repair
the Spiralock threads with inserts or by
oversize drilling and tapping. Do not use the
front damper cover if the Spiralock threads
were damaged by using a standard M8 x 1.25 tap
to clean and repair threads
3. Inspect ten M8 x 1.25 Spiralock threaded
holes 2 on the front face of front damper cover.
Clean any damaged threads with an M8 x 1.25
Spiralock tap.
4. Inspect the internal threads of pilot 1. Clean
damaged threads with a 1.625 inch x 12 tap.

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5. Inspect pilot 1 for damage or excessive wear.


Maximum pilot diameter is 50.893 mm
(2.004 inch). Minimum pilot diameter is
50.823 mm (2.001 inch).
6. Replace the front cover if it is damaged, if the
pilot does not meet specification, or any
threads cannot be repaired with a tap.

d. Inspect Damper
1. Inspect the damper for battered, cracked, or
broken:
Housings
Springs
Rivet holes

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Rivets
Loose rivets
Bolt holes
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Bolts
Dowel pin holes
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2. Inspect for spline wear between the damper
and the damper hub.
3. Replace the damper if any damage is found or
splines are deformed.
e. Inspect Damper Hub
1. Inspect the damper hub. Replace the hub if any
of the following conditions are found:

Damage to internal or external splines.


Damage to either thrust bearing surfaces 1

and 2 on either side of the damper hub.

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2. Inspect damper hub bushing journal 1 on the


rear cover side.

3. Replace the damper hub if the bushing journal


is damaged or the bushing has spun in the
bushing bore of the rear cover.
4. Measure the OD of bushing journal 1. Minimum OD is 56.93 mm (2.241 inch). Replace
the damper hub if specifications are not met.
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f. Inspect Rear Damper Cover
1

1. Inspect rear damper cover thrust bearing surfaces 1 on either side of the rear cover. If damage to either thrust bearing surface is found, replace the rear damper cover.
2. Inspect the O-ring groove for sharp edges or
burrs that might cut the O-ring. Remove sharp
edges or burrs with a soft stone or crocus cloth.

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3. Measure the ID of rear damper cover


bushing 1. Maximum ID is 73.20 mm
(2.882 inch). Inspect the rear damper cover
bushing for bronze material exposed by wear
on the orange coating. Replace the rear damper
cover bushing if bronze material is exposed or
the ID of the bushing does not meet the ID
specification.

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4. Inspect the general condition of the rear


damper cover. Replace the rear damper cover if
it is cracked or the bushing has spun in its bore.

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g. Replace Rear Cover Bushing
Replace the rear cover bushing if the bushing
does not meet specifications or is worn or damaged.
Special Tools Required
J 48124Damper Assembly Bushing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position the rear cover, O-ring side up, on two


wooden blocks high enough above the work
surface to allow the bushing to be removed.

2. Drive bushing 1 from the back housing towards


the work surface using a hammer and punch.
3. Clean the bushing bore of residue. Parts must
be dry before installing a new bushing.

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4. Position back housing 2, O-ring side down, on


two wooden blocks.
5. Install bushing 1 on J 48124.

J 8092
1

6. Press or drive J 48124 until it seats against the


bushing bore, 6.206.40 mm (0.2440.252 inch)
below the top of the bushing bore.

J 48124
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h. Assemble Flywheel Damper Assembly
1. Place front damper cover on the work surface
flexplate side down.

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CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in
progressive damage to the EV Drive.
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2. Install thrust bearing 1 (74 mm ID) onto the


bearing pilot inside the front damper cover so
that the rounded outer edge of the bearing race
is up. The thrust bearing inner race tangs retain
the thrust bearing to the bearing pilot.

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3. Position the damper over the front damper


cover so that the stepped side of the damper is
down and damper dowel pin holes align with
the flywheel dowel pins.

4. Install damper into the flywheel.


NOTE:
Inner springs float inside damper.

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5. Retain damper 1 to flywheel 2 with eight


bolts 3 (M8 x 1.25 x 20 mm).

6. Tighten eight bolts to 3541 Nm (2630 lb ft).

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7. Install damper hub into front cover.

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8. Place rear damper cover on the work surface


with the O-ring side up. Install a new O-ring 1
(330 mm free diameter) onto rear cover 2.

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2

CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in
progressive damage to the EV Drive.

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9. Install thrust bearing 1, 105 mm (4.134 inch)


ID, so that the outer rounded edge of the bearing race is up.
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10. Install back damper cover 1 into front damper
cover 2 so that the scribed alignment marks
align.

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2

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11. Install twenty-four (M8 x 1.25 x 20 mm)


bolts 1 that retain the back damper cover to
front damper cover 2.

12. Tighten bolts 1 to 3541 Nm (2630 lb ft).


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13. Position the damper assembly so the rear


damper cover is against the work surface. Install the flexplate adapter.

14. Install ten M8 x 1.25 x 25 mm bolts 1. Tighten


bolts to 3239 Nm (2429 lb ft).

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62.

INPUT HOUSING AND


PUMP ASSEMBLY

a. Disassembly

WARNING!
To help avoid personal injury, use an appropriate
hoist and lifting devices to lift the input housing.
The input housing weighs approximately 28 kg
(75 lbs).
Special Tool Required
J 24171-ASeal Remover

1. Position input housing assembly on work surface with the input seal 1 up.
2. Using J 24171-A, remove input seal 1. Discard
the seal.
1
1

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3. Position input housing assembly on work surface with the seal side down.

4
2

3
NOTE:
Leave two loosened bolts on the inner bolt circle in
order to remove the pump assembly from the front
support.
4. Loosen but do not remove two M10 x 1.5 x 45 mm
bolts located 180 degrees apart on inner bolt
circle 1 of pump assembly 2.

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5. Remove the remaining M10 x 1.5 x 75 mm


bolts retaining front support assembly 2 to the
input housing.

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6. Support the input housing assembly, front support down, on wooden blocks high enough
above the work surface and spaced so that the
front support can be removed from beneath the
input housing.
7. Using a soft-faced hammer, drive the front support out of input housing.
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2
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8. Remove SAE #16 to-cooler fitting 2 (or a shipping plug if the fitting is not installed) from input housing 1.
9. Remove O-ring 3 from SAE #16 fitting 2.
10. Discard O-ring 3.
1

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11. Remove SAE #4 plug and O-ring 2 from input


housing 1.

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1

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12. Remove two O-rings 1 and O-ring gasket (triple O-ring) 2 from the input housing.

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1

13. Discard the O-rings.


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NOTE:
There is moderate spring force behind the cooler
bypass plug. After removing the retaining pin exercise care so that the parts are removed in a controlled manner.

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14. Thread an M6 x 1 bolt approximately 8 mm


(516 inch) deep into cooler bypass plug 1 to aid
in removing the plug.
15. Press in on cooler bypass plug 1 to compress
the cooler bypass spring until retaining pin 2 is
loose.

16. Remove pin 2 by pushing it towards the machined surface.

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17. Pull cooler bypass plug 1 from the input housing.

18. Remove ball 2, spring 3, and stop 4.


19. Replace the O-ring on bypass plug 1.

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2
1

20. Inspect plug 1, ball 2, and stop 4 for damage.


Replace a damaged component.
21. Inspect bypass spring 3 for wear or sagging.
Measure the bypass spring free length. Spring
free length is approximately 34.50 mm
(1.358 inch). Spring force is 54.58 5.19 N at
25.70 mm (12.3 1.2 lb at 1.012 inch).

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3
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22. Replace spring 3 if specifications are not met.


b. Inspect Plugs and Cooler Fittings
1. Inspect all plugs and cooler fittings for thread
damage or other defects.
2. Replace fittings as required. Replace all
O-rings.
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c. Inspect Input Housing
1. Inspect the input housing for visible defects.
2. Replace the input housing if the housing is deformed or cracked.
3. Use crocus cloth or a soft stone to remove high
spots on sealing surfaces or in the cooler bypass bore.
4. Inspect all valve bores and other passages for
debris. Remove any debris found.
5. Inspect all threaded holes for thread damage. If
thread damage cannot be corrected with a tap,
replace the input housing. Use the following
taps to correct thread damage:
Bolt holesM10 x 1.5 standard tap
SAE #4 plugsSAE #4 tap
Cooler fittingsSAE #16 tap

d. Front Support Pump Disassembly


1. Place front support/pump assembly on the
work table, bolt side down.
2. Remove O-ring 2 from pump hub 1.

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3. Remove and discard thrust bearing 1.

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4. Place front support/pump assembly on work
surface bolt side up.
5. Remove the remaining M10 x 1.5 x 45 bolts.
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6. Remove the front support assembly.

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7. Remove the separator plate.

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8. Remove the Gerotor gear set from the pump
body.

CAUTION:
To help avoid EV Drive damage always use the
spring compressors designed for a particular
valve. There are high spring forces behind the
valve retaining pins. After removing the retaining pin, exercise care so that the parts are removed in a controlled manner.

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e. Remove and Inspect Main Regulator Valve


Special Tools Required
J 48129Front Support Spring Installer/

Remover
1

1. Install the J 48129 lead screw 1 in tapped


hole 2 closest to the edge of the tool.

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3

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4
3

2. Using holes 3 and 4 in the tool and the two bolt


holes located between main regulator valve 1
and main relief valve 2, install J 48129 with
two bolts, nuts, and washers.
3. Install the slotted spring compressor adapter 3
into the end of the lead screw of J 48129 and
align the slot in spring compressor adapter
with the main regulator valve retaining pin 4.

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4. Compress main regulator valve spring with


J 48129 until the retainer pin is loose.
5. Using a small punch or awl, push the pin out
the backside of the pump housing through the
relief slot in J 48129.
6. Release spring pressure and remove J 48129.

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7. Remove valve stop 2, O-ring 1, main regulator
spring 3, and main regulator valve 4.

8. Remove and discard the O-ring from valve


stop 2.

9. Inspect valve stop 2 for damage. Replace a


damaged valve stop.

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10. Inspect main regulator valve 4 for burrs, raised


edges, or other minor surface damage that may
cause the valve to stick. Remove burrs or
raised edges with crocus cloth. Replace a valve
with damage that cannot be corrected.
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11. Inspect valve spring 3 for damage. Measure the


free length and compressed length of spring 3.
Free length is approximately 71.30 mm

(2.807 inch)
Compressed length is 35.89 mm

(1.412 inch) when 132.16164.82 N


(29.7137.05 lb) is applied to spring 3.
12. Inspect the retaining pin for damage. Replace a
damaged retaining pin.
f. Remove and Inspect Main Relief Valve
Special Tools Required
J 48129Front Support Spring Installer/

Remover
1. Install J 48129 lead screw into the center hole
of the tool.

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2. Using slotted holes 2 and 3 in the tool and the
two bolt holes located on either side of the
main relief valve, install J 48129 with two
bolts, nuts, and washers. One slotted hole provides relief for the dowel pin pressed into the
pump housing.

5-2-17.1

main relief valve

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3. Install spring compressor adapter 1 onto the


end of the lead screw of J 48129 and align the
slot in the adapter with main relief valve retaining pin 2.
4. Compress main relief valve spring with
J 48129 until retainer pin 2 is loose.
5. Push pin 2 out of pump housing towards work
surface through the relief slot in J 48129.

6. Release spring pressure and remove J 48129.


2

7. Remove main relief stop 2, O-ring 1, main relief spring 3, and ball 4.

3
4

8. Remove and discard O-ring 1 on valve stop 2.


9. Inspect valve stop 2 for damage. Replace a
damaged valve stop.

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10. Inspect main relief spring 3 for damage. Spring


free length is approximately 35.56 mm
(1.400 inch) Spring force at a compressed
length of 27.15 mm (1.069 inch) is 231.28
311.28 N (51.6869.88 lb). Replace spring 3 if
it does not meet specification or is damaged.
11. Inspect ball 4 for damage. Replace a damaged
ball.
g. Remove and Inspect Lube Regulator Valve
Special Tools Required
J 48129Front Support Spring Installer/

Remover
1. Install J 48129 lead screw in the hole in the
center of the tool.

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2. Using the two slotted holes in the tool and the
two bolt holes located on either side of lube
regulator valve install J 48129 with two bolts,
nuts, and washers.

3. Install spring compressor adapter 1 onto the


end of the lead screw of J 48129 and align the
slot in the adapter with the lube regulator valve
retaining pin.

5-2-18.2

4. Compress lube regulator valve spring with


J 48129 until the retaining pin is loose. Push
retaining pin 2 out of pump housing towards
work surface through the relief slot in J 48129.

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5. Release spring pressure and remove J 48129.


6. Remove valve stop 2, O-ring 1, lube regulator
spring 3, and lube regulator valve 4.
7. Remove and discard valve stop 1 O-ring.

2
1

8. Inspect valve stop 1 for damage. Replace a


damaged valve stop.

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4

9. Inspect valve 4 for burrs, raised edges, or other


minor surface damage that may cause the valve
to stick. Remove burrs or raised edges with
crocus cloth. Replace a valve with damage that
cannot be corrected.

3
2
1
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10. Inspect lube regulator spring 3 for damage.


Lube regulator spring 3 free length is approximately 37.37 mm (1.471 inch). Spring force at
a compressed length of 22.89 mm (0.902 inch)
is 50.3966.79 N (11.3315.01 lb).
h. Inspect Pump Assembly
1. Inspect valve bores 1 for surface damage.
Valves must dry and move freely in their bore
by their own weight. Remove high spots with
crocus cloth.

2. Inspect pump housing bushing 2 for damage


and wear. Replace the bushing if the orange
Teflon material around the ID of the bushing
has worn through exposing bronze material.
3. Measure the ID of bushing 2. Replace the
bushing if the ID exceeds 57.20 mm
(2.252 inch).

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3

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4. Replace the bushing and pump housing if the


bushing has spun in the pump housing bore.
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5. Inspect input seal bore for visible damage.
6. Lightly sand any high spots in the pump housing input seal bore with medium grit crocus
cloth. Make sure all sanding debris is removed
and the bore is clean.
7. Inspect threaded holes for damage. Use an
M10 x 1.5 tap to correct thread damage.
8. Inspect the thrust bearing face, separator face,
and gear cavity machined surfaces for damage.
Replace the pump housing if a machined surface is damaged.
9. Inspect the pump housing for damage or
cracks. Replace the housing if defects are
found.
NOTE:
Measure, as described below, at several locations.
Replace the pump housing and Gerotor gearset if
any of the specifications are not met.
10. Measure the depth of the pump housing gear
cavity. The maximum depth of the gear cavity
is 21.458 mm (0.845 inch).

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11. Measure the ID of the pump housing gear cavity. The maximum ID of the gear cavity is
114.456 mm (4.506 inch).

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12. Measure the width of the drive and driven
pump gears. Minimum width allowed is
21.403 mm (0.843 inch).

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13. Measure the OD of the driven gear. The minimum OD of the driven gear is 114.21 mm
(4.496 inch).
14. Inspect the drive gear input shaft pilot area for
damage.
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15. The drive gear flats are machined with approximately 2 degrees angularity in either direction
from the centerline across each flat. Measure at
the centerline the distance between the flats of
the drive gear. The maximum distance between
the flats is 42.05 mm (1.656 inch).
16. Install the drive and driven gears into their positions in the pump housing.

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17. Measure the driven gear tooth tip clearance.
Maximum allowable clearance is 0.15 mm
(0.006 inch).

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18. Measure the clearance between driven gear and


main pump body (Driven Gear Diameter
Clearance). The maximum Driven Gear Diametrical Clearance is 0.36 mm (0.014 inch).

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19. Measure the depth from pump housing to


driven gear (pump gear side clearance). Maximum clearance is 0.10 mm (0.004 inch).
20. Remove the gearset from the pump housing.
21. Inspect both gears for damage. Replace the
gearset if specifications are not met or damage
is found.

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22. Inspect separator plate for damage. The separator plate must not be scored, nicked, or
grooved.
23. Measure the separator plate thickness in the
gear wear area. The thickness of the separator
plate must not vary more than 0.025 mm per
25 mm x 25 mm area (0.001 inch per 1.0 x
1.0 inch).

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24. The minimum thickness of the separator plate


is 4.65 mm (0.183 inch).

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25. Inspect dowel pins 1 for damage.


1

26. Remove and replace any damaged dowel pins.


27. Press a new dowel pin into the housing until the
top of pin is 9.8010.20 mm (0.3860.402 inch)
from the face of the housing.

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i. Replace Pump Housing Bushing


Special Tool Required:

J 48123Pump Housing Bushing Installer

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J 8092Universal Driver

1. Support pump housing, O-ring side up, on two


wooden blocks.
2. Using a suitable punch, drive the bushing out
of the pump housing.
3. Clean bushing bore of residue. Parts must be
dry before installing bushing.

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4. Install bushing on J 48123.


5. Press or drive bushing until the J 48123 tool
seats. The bushing will be flush to 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch) below flush with the bushing bore.
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j. Inspect Front Support
1. Inspect the front support for damage.
2. Inspect thrust bearing surfaces for damage.
3. If the bushing has spun in the front support assembly bore, then replace the front support assembly and the bushing.

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4. Replace the front support if the front support or


thrust bearing surfaces are damaged.
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k. Inspect and Replace Front


Support Assembly Roller Bearing
Special Tools Required
J 48125Front Support Roller Bearing

Remover
J 48139Front Support Roller Bearing

Installer
1. Inspect front support roller bearing for damage
or wear. Replace a damaged or worn roller
bearing. If replacing the roller bearing, also replace the bearing race pressed onto the Rotor A
speed signal wheel hub.

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2. If replacing the roller bearing, install small


disk of bearing remover J 48125 in the bushing
bore. Install the hook-end J 48125 legs beneath
the roller bearing. When correctly installed the
lead screw of J 48125 presses against disk and
the legs pull up on the roller bearing.
3. Remove the roller bearing.
4. Clean the bearing bore.
5. Install bearing on J 48139 bearing installer.
6. Using J 48139, drive or press the bearing flush
with top of bearing bore.

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l. Inspect and Replace Front
Support Assembly Bushing
Special Tools Required
J 48122Front Support Bushing

Remover/Installer
J 7079Universal Driver

1. Inspect front support assembly bushing 1 for


damage and wear.

2. Replace the bushing if the orange Teflon material around the ID of the bushing has worn
through, exposing bronze material.
3. Measure the ID of the bushing. Maximum
bushing ID is 51 mm (2.008 inch) ID. Replace
the bushing if specifications are not met.

1
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4. Position the front support assembly, roller


bearing side down, on wooden blocks high
enough from work surface so that bushing 1
can be removed towards the work surface.
5. Install J 48122 into the bushing bore, longer
end in the bushing.

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6. Press or drive bushing 1 from front support


housing towards the work surface.
7. Clean the bushing bore of residue. Parts must
be dry before installing bushing.

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8. Turn the front support assembly, roller bearing


side up.

9. Install bushing 1 on J 48122.


10. Press or drive bushing 1 until J 48122 seats.
The bushing will be flush with or 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch) below the top of bushing bore.

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m. Assemble Front Support/Pump
Special Tools Required
J 48129Front Support Valve Spring

Remover/Installer
J 46699Front Support Seal Installer

1. Position pump housing O-ring side down supported on wooden blocks.

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2. Install lube regulator valve 4, small land first.


1

3. Install lube regulator spring 3.


4. Install O-ring 1 on valve stop 2.
5. Install valve stop 2.
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3
2
1
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7. Using two slotted holes 2 and 3 in the tool and


the two bolt holes located on either side of lube
regulator valve 1 install J 48129 with two bolts,
nuts, and washers.

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6. Install J 48129 lead screw in the hole in the


center of the tool.

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8. Install spring compressor adapter onto the end


of the lead screw of J 48129 and align the slot
in the adapter with the lube regulator valve retaining pin bore.

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9. Compress lube regulator valve spring with
J 48129 until valve stop is compressed far
enough to be retained by pin 2.
10. From the separator plate side of the pump
housing, install pin 2.

11. Release spring pressure.


12. Remove the spring compressor.
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13. Install main regulator valve 4, small diameter


first.

14. Install main regulator spring 3.

15. Install O-ring 3 on valve stop 2.


16. Install valve stop 2.

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17. Install the J 48129 lead screw 1 in tapped hole


closest to the edge of the tool 2.
18. Using holes 3 and 4 in the tool and the two bolt
holes located between main regulator valve 1
and main relief valve 2, install J 48129 with
two bolts, nuts, and washers.
19. Install spring compressor adapter onto the end
of the lead screw of J 48129 and align the slot
with the main relief valve retaining pin bore.

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1

4
3

20. Install J 48129 on the pump housing with two


bolts, washers, and nuts using the two bolt
through holes between the main regulator
valve and the main relief valve
21. Compress the main regulator valve spring with
J 48129 until the valve stop is compressed far
enough to be retained by pin 2.

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22. From the separator plate side of the pump


housing, install pin 2. Make sure pin 2 is below
the machined surface.
23. Release spring pressure.
24. Remove the spring compressor.

25. Install main relief ball 4 and main relief


spring 3.

2
3

26. Install the O-ring 1 on valve stop 2 and install


valve stop 2.

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27. Install J 48129 lead screw in the hole in the


center of the tool.

28. Using slotted holes 2 and 3 in the tool and the


two bolt holes located on either side of the
main relief valve, install J 48129 with two
bolts, nuts, and washers. One slotted hole provides relief for the dowel pin pressed into the
pump housing.
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29. Install spring compressor adapter 1 onto the
end of the lead screw of J 48129 and align the
slot in the adapter with the main relief valve retaining pin bore.
2

30. Compress main relief valve spring with


J 48129 until the valve stop is compressed far
enough to be retained by pin 2.

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31. From the separator plate side of the pump


housing, install pin 2. Make sure pin 2 is below
the machined surface.

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32. Release spring pressure.


33. Remove the spring compressor.
34. Install the Gerotor gear set into the pump body.

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35. Align dowel pin holes in separator plate 1 with


pump assembly dowel pins 2.

36. Install separator plate over dowel pins.

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37. Align dowel pin holes in the front support assembly with dowel pins in the pump assembly.

38. Install front support assembly 1.


2

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39. Install nine bolts 2 (M10 x 1.5 x 45 mm) located on the inner bolt circle.
40. Install two bolts 2 located near the cast in part
number.
41. Tighten bolts to 5161 Nm (3845 lb ft).

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42. Install a new O-ring 1 on front support/pump


assembly.

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1
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43. Install 2 new O-rings 1 and a new input


housing gasket (triple O-ring) 2 into the input
housing.

2
1

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44. Align front support pump assembly bolt holes
with matching bolt holes inside input housing.

2 2

45. Install front support pump assembly 1 inside


input housing 2.
46. Using a soft faced hammer, drive assembly
down until it seats.

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47. Install ten M10 x 1.5 x 75 mm bolts. Tighten


bolts to 5161 Nm (3845 lb ft).
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48. Install a new O-ring on plug 1.


4

49. Install cooler bypass valve stop 4, rectangular


end first, into its bore in the input housing. Install spring 3, ball 2, and plug 1.

3
2

50. Thread an M6 x 1 bolt approximately 8 mm


(516 inch) deep into cooler bypass plug 1 to aid
in installing the plug.

2
3
1
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51. Press in on cooler bypass plug 1 to compress


the cooler bypass spring until retaining pin 2
can be installed.
52. Install pin 2 from the machined surface side.
Make sure the retaining pin is below the machined surface.
2

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CAUTION:

Installing a thrust bearing assembly upsidedown will cause the bearing fail and progressive
damage to the transmission.

1
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53. Install thrust bearing 1 (74 mm ID) rounded


edge OD up.

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54. Install a new input seal 1 on seal installer
J 46699. Position the seal on the tool so the
seal lip is outward and the face of the steel case
is against the driving face of the tool.

J 8092

J 46699

55. Seat seal 1 squarely in the bore and press or


drive the seal into the bore.

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56. Drive seal 1 until the installer contacts the top


of the pump assembly. The input seal will now
be flush with the top of the input seal bore.

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57. Lubricate the seal with clean transmission


fluid.

58. Install a new O-ring 3 onto SAE #16 fitting 2.


59. Install SAE #16 to-cooler fitting 2 (or a shipping plug if the fitting is not used) into input
housing 1.
1

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60. Install a new O-ring on SAE #4 plug 2 and install into input housing 1.
61. Tighten plug 1 to 1013 Nm (2736 lb inch).

1
2

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2

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63.

ROTOR A

WARNING!
To help avoid personal injury or equipment damage, make sure the work table or other supporting device can safely support Rotor A in a vertical
position. Rotor A weighs approximately 90.9 kg
(200 lbs), use care when maneuvering Rotor A.
a. Remove Main Shaft/P2 Carrier
1. Remove thrust bearing 1 from Rotor A speed
signal wheel hub before removing Rotor A
from the stator housing.

2. Inspect the thrust bearing for wear or damage.

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3. Discard a worn or damaged thrust bearing.

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4. Before further disassembly, mark a reassembly


balance mark 1 across the assembly from Rotor to flange.

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5. Remove twelve bolts 1 retaining the Rotor A


flange and Rotor A hub.

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CAUTION:
To help avoid equipment damage, position main
shaft/P2 carrier assembly vertically. If laid horizontally, the main shaft can drop through the P2
carrier assembly. Exercise care when removing
the main shaft/P2 carrier assembly so the main
shaft does not become damaged.
NOTE:
Prepare wooden blocks on the work surface to support the main shaft/P2 carrier assembly in a vertical
position so that the main shaft does not fall out of
the assembly. Make sure to support the main shaft/
P2 carrier assembly to prevent it from falling to one
side.
6. Lift main shaft/P2 carrier assembly out of the
Rotor assembly using an M10 x 1.5 eye hook
installed in the end of the main shaft and a
hoist.
7. Place the assembly, carrier side down, on
blocks.

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b. Remove P1 Planetary
1

1. Remove P1 sun gear 1 from Rotor A assembly.


2

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2. Remove P1 carrier assembly 1 from Rotor A


assembly.

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3. Remove P1 ring gear/input shaft assembly 1


from the Rotor A assembly.

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c. Disassemble Input Shaft/P1 Ring Gear

1. Remove thrust bearing 1 from the bearing bore


in the rear of the input shaft.
2. Inspect the thrust bearing for wear or damage.
3. Discard a worn or damaged thrust bearing.
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4. Position input shaft/P1 ring gear assembly on


the work surface so that the input shaft is up.
1

5. Remove thrust bearing 1 from the input shaft


pilot.
6. Discard thrust bearing 1 if worn or damaged or
if it does not rotate smoothly.

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7. Remove O-ring 1 from the input shaft.

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8. Discard O-ring 1.
1
2

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9. Remove the retaining ring from the input shaft/


P1 ring gear assembly.
10. Replace the retaining ring if it is distorted or
has step wear.

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11. Remove input shaft from P1 ring gear.
1

12. Inspect spline 1 for wear or damage.

13. Replace the input shaft if the spline is worn or


damaged. If splines have more than 0.38 mm
(0.015 inch) movement relative to the splines
in the damper hub, replace the damaged components.

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14. Inspect thrust bearing surface 2 for wear or


damage.

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15. Replace the input shaft if the thrust bearing


surface is worn or damaged.
16. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 in the rear of
the input shaft for wear or damage.

17. Replace the input shaft if the thrust bearing


surface is worn or damaged.
18. Measure the thickness of the input shaft at the
flats. Minimum shaft thickness at the flats is
41.80 mm (1.645 inch).

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19. Replace the input shaft if the specification is


not met.

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20. Inspect the bushing journal for surface damage.
21. Measure the outside diameter of the bushing
journal. Minimum bushing journal OD is
50.688 mm (1.995 inch).

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22. Replace the input shaft if the bushing journal


surface is damaged or the specification is not
met.
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23. Inspect input shaft bushing 1, pressed inside


the rear of the input shaft for damage or wear.
If the bushing has spun in its bore, replace the
input shaft.

24. Measure the ID of the bushing. The bushing ID


cannot exceed 33.57 mm (1.322 inch).

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25. Replace the bushing if the orange Teflon material on the ID of the bushing has worn
through exposing bronze material or specifications are not met.
d. Replace Input Shaft Bushing
Special Tools Required:
J 48130Input/Output Shaft

Bushing Remover
J 48131Input/Output Shaft Bushing Installer

1. Remove the outer cup of J 48130. Install the


tool collet so that the collet is centered in the
bushing.

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2. Hold the lead screw stationary with a 38 inch
wrench and tighten the nut with a 34 inch
wrench until the nut is snug against the washer.
Do not over tighten the nut. If the nut is overtightened, bushing removal is more difficult
and the tool may be damaged.

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3. Place the cup over the lead screw and tool collet.
4. Place the tool bearing, stamped side up, over
the lead screw.
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5. Install the washer and nut.


6. Hold the lead screw stationary with a 38 inch
wrench and tighten the top nut with a 34 inch
wrench. Continue tightening the nut until the
bushing is clear of its bore.

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7. Clean the bushing bore. Parts must be clean


and dry before installing a new bushing.

J 8092

8. Install a new bushing on J 48131.

J 48131

9. Press or drive the bushing until J 48131 seats.


The bushing must be flush to 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch) below the top of the bore.
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e. Inspect P1 Ring Gear
1. Inspect the P1 ring gear for spline wear or
damage.
2. Replace the P1 ring gear if the splines are worn
or damaged.

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3. Inspect the P1 retaining ring for distortion.


4. Replace a distorted or damaged retaining ring.

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f. Assemble P1 Ring Gear/Input Shaft


1. Position the P1 ring gear on the work surface
with the retaining ring groove up.

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2. Install input shaft 1 into P1 ring gear 2.

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3. Install retaining ring 1, retaining the input shaft


and the P1 ring gear.
1

CAUTION:

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An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes


progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.

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4. Install thrust bearing 1 (105 mm; (4.134 inch)


ID) on the input shaft. If thrust bearing 1 is installed correctly, the rounded edge of the OD is
visible.

ROUNDED EDGE

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5. Install O-ring 1 onto input shaft 2.
1
2

NOTE:
The P1 carrier is assembled as part of Rotor A assembly procedure.

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g. Inspect P1 Sun Gear


1. Inspect and replace the P1 sun gear if any of
the following is found:
Spline wear
Damage to splines
Damage to thrust bearing surfaces

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2. Maximum relative movement between:


Pinion gear spline and sun gear spline
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P2 drive hub spline and P1 sun gear spline

is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch). Replace any component worn beyond specification.


h. Disassemble and Inspect P1 Carrier
1

1. Position P1 carrier hub down on the work surface.


2. Remove thrust bearing 1 from the P1 carrier
bore.
3. Replace thrust bearing 1 if it is worn or damaged.

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4. Position the P1 carrier, hub up, on the work
surface.
5. Using a feeler gauge, measure end play between the thrust washers and the P1 carrier at
each of the four pinions. End play cannot exceed 1.04 mm (0.041 inch).
6. Replace components that are worn or damaged
and allow excessive pinion end play.

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7. Remove and inspect spiral retaining ring 1


from the P1 carrier.

8. Replace spiral retaining ring 1 if it is deformed.

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9. Remove four spindles 1 from the P1 carrier


spindle bores.

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10. Remove and inspect dowel pin 1 from each


spindle.
11. Replace a dowel pin if it is worn or damaged.
12. Inspect each spindle for damage. Replace a
damaged spindle.

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13. Remove four pinion gears 2 and eight thrust
washers 1 from P1 carrier 3.

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14. Remove two roller bearing assemblies 1 from


inside each pinion gear 2.
NOTE:
Do not measure thrust washers across the lube slots.

2
1

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15. Measure the thickness of eight thrust washers.


16. Replace any thrust washer with step wear, surface damage, or that is worn below 1.39 mm
(0.055 inch).
17. Replace a thrust washer if the tang is battered
or cracked.

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18. Inspect eight roller bearing assemblies for


wear or damage.
19. Replace a worn or damaged roller bearing assembly.

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20. Inspect four P1 pinion gears, bores, and faces
for wear and spline deformation.
NOTE:
If a pinion gear must be replaced, replace all four
pinion gears as a set.
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21. Maximum relative movement between pinion
splines and ring gear or sun gear splines is
0.38 mm (0.015 inch). Replace pinions that do
not meet specification.

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22. Replace pinion gears that are worn or have


tooth deformation.
23. Inspect P1 carrier spline 1.

24. Replace the carrier if splines are visibly deformed.


25. Inspect the spindle areas for galling, battering,
or other damage. Replace the P1 carrier if
damage is found.
26. Inspect the retaining groove for damage. Replace the P1 carrier if the retaining ring groove
is damaged.

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27. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 on the P1 carrier for visible wear or damage.

28. Replace the P1 carrier and the thrust bearing if


surface damage is found.
29. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 on the P1 carrier for visible wear or damage.

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30. Replace the P1 carrier and the thrust bearing if
surface damaged is found.

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i. Assemble P1 Carrier
1. Position the P1 carrier 1 hub side up on the
work surface.

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2. Install two roller bearing assemblies 1 into a


pinion gear 2.

2
1

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3. While keeping roller bearings inside the pinion


gear, install one thrust washer 1, tangs pointing
away from the gear, on each end of the pinion
gear so that when installed in the P1 carrier the
tangs locate into notches 2 in the carrier.

4. Install pinion, roller bearing, thrust washer assembly into the P1 carrier.

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5. Install dowel pin 1 in spindle 2.
1

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6. Align pinion, roller bearings, and thrust washers with the spindle bore. With dowel pin 2 up,
install spindle 1 through the thrust washers,
roller bearings, and pinion so that dowel pin 1
seats into anti-rotation groove 3 in the P1 carrier.

1
3

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7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 with the remaining


three pinion gear assemblies.

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8. Install spiral retaining ring 1 in the P1 carrier


assembly.

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9. Position the P1 carrier retaining ring side down
on the work surface.

CAUTION:
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An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes


progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.
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10. Install thrust bearing 1 onto the thrust bearing


pilot with the blue stripe down and tabs on the
ID of the thrust bearing up.
11. Measure to confirm correct pinion end play.
Maximum pinion end play is 1.04 mm
(0.041 inch).
12. Determine and correct the cause if end play is
more than the specification.

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j. Disassemble Main Shaft/P2 Carrier


1. Position the P2 carrier/main shaft assembly
vertically so that the P2 carrier can be lifted
free of the main shaft.

CAUTION:

Take steps to prevent the main shaft from falling


to one side while removing the P2 carrier assembly.

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2. Lift P2 carrier 1 free of the main shaft.


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3. Position the P2 carrier on the work surface P2
drive 1 hub side up.
2

4. Remove internal retaining ring 2 from the P2


carrier ring gear.
5. Inspect ring gear 1 for deformation. Replace a
deformed retaining ring.

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6. Remove P2 drive hub 1 from P2 carrier asembly.

1
1

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7. Remove thrust bearing 1.


8. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for wear, damage, or
uneven rotation.
9. Discard a worn, damaged, or a thrust bearing
that does not rotate smoothly.

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10. Remove P2 carrier assembly 1 from P2 ring
gear 2.

1
1

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11. Remove P2 sun gear 1 from inside P2 ring


gear 2.

1
2

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12. Remove thrust bearing 1 from P2 ring gear.

1
1

13. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for wear or damage.


14. Discard a worn or damaged thrust bearing.

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15. Position the P2 carrier assembly retaining ring


side up.
1

16. Remove thrust bearing 1.

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17. Measure to confirm correct pinion end play.
Maximum pinion end play is 1.04 mm
(0.041 inch).
18. Determine and correct the cause if end play is
more than the specification.

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19. Remove and inspect spiral retaining ring 1


from P2 carrier 2.
20. Replace the spiral retaining ring if the retaining
ring is deformed or damaged.

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21. Remove four spindles 1 from P2 carrier 2.


1

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22. Remove dowel pin 1 from each spindle 2.

23. Inspect each dowel pin for wear or damage.

24. Replace worn or damaged dowel pins.


2

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25. Remove pinion gear 1 and two thrust washers 2
from each P2 carrier pinion gear location.

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26. Remove two roller bearing assemblies 1 from


each pinion gear.

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27. Measure the thickness of eight thrust washers.


Thrust washers must be at least 1.39 mm
(0.055 inch) thick.
28. Replace any thrust washer that does not meet
specifications or that is worn or damaged.

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29. Inspect four P2 pinions for spline wear and


tooth deformation.

NOTE:
If a pinion gear must be replaced, replace all four
pinion gears as a set.

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30. Maximum relative movement between the pinion gear and the ring gear is 0.38 mm
(0.015 inch) between the P3 sun gear spline
gear and the pinion 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).

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31. Replace pinions if damaged or worn below
specification.
32. Inspect eight roller bearing assemblies for
wear or damage.
33. Replace a worn or damaged roller bearing assembly.

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34. Inspect the P2 sun gear for tooth distortion,


spline wear, or damage.
35. Inspect the P2 sun gear thrust bearing surface
for excessive wear or damage.
36. Maximum relative movement between the pinion gear and the sun gear is 0.38 mm
(0.015 inch). Maximum relative movement between the P3 sun gear shaft spline and the P2
sun gear is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).

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37. Replace the sun gear if worn, damaged, or relative movement is out of specification.
38. Inspect P2 carrier splines 1 for wear.
39. Replace the P2 carrier if the splines are visibly
deformed.

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40. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 in the P2 carrier for visible wear or damage.

41. Replace the P2 carrier and thrust bearing if surface damage is found.
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42. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 on the P2 carrier for visible wear or damage.

43. Replace the P2 carrier and thrust bearing if surface damage is found.
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44. Inspect the spindle bores 1 for wear or damage.


Replace the P2 carrier if spindle bores are
damaged.

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45. Inspect P2 carrier bushing 1 for damage and


wear.

46. Replace the bushing if the orange Teflon material on the ID of the bushing has worn
through exposing bronze material.
47. Measure the ID of bushing 1. Bushing 1 ID
must not exceed 94.25 mm (3.710 inch) ID.
Replace the bushing if the ID does not meet
specifications.

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48. If the bushing has spun in the P2 carrier bore,


replace the P2 carrier.

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k. Replace P2 Carrier Bushing
Special Tool Required
J 48133P2 Carrier Bushing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position the P2 carrier on the work surface


bushing side down.
1

2. Drive bushing 1 towards the work surface with


a punch and hammer.
3. Remove the P2 carrier bushing. Clean the
bushing bore of residue. Parts must be dry before installing the new bushing.

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4. Install bushing 1 into the groove of J 48133.


5. Press or drive bushing 1 until J 48133 seats.
The top of the bushing will project above the
bushing bore.

SHOW BUSHING INSTALLER


J 8092
IN
POSITION
IN POSITION
1

J 48133

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6. Remove tool. If using the drive handle reinstall J 48133 onto the drive handle with the
groove side towards the handle. If using a
press, turn J 48133 groove side up. Install
J 48133 into the bushing.

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7. Drive or press the bushing until J 48133 seats


and the bushing is flush to or 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch) below the top of the bushing bore.
l. Assemble P2 Carrier
NOTE:
Instructions are provided for a single pinion gear/
spindle assembly. The remaining three pinion gear/
spindle assemblies are assembled in the same manner.
1. Install dowel pin 1 into spindle 2.
1

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2

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2. Install two roller bearing assemblies 1 in pinion 2.

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3. Install one thrust washer 1 on each side of pinion gear 2 with the thrust washer tangs away
from the pinion and the tangs positioned to locate into notches 3 in the P2 carrier.

4. Align bores in the roller bearings and thrust


washers to the carrier spindle bores.

3
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1

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5. Install spindle 1 in the P2 carrier so that the


dowel pin locates into P2 carrier slot 2.

1
2

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6. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for the remaining


three spindle/pinion assemblies 1.

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7. Install spiral retaining ring 1 onto P2 carrier 2.

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8. Measure to confirm correct pinion end play.


Maximum pinion end play is 1.04 mm
(0.041 inch).
9. Determine and correct the cause if end play is
more than the specification.
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m. Inspect P2 Drive Hub Assembly


1. Inspect P2 drive hub spline 1 for wear. Maximum relative movement between the P2 drive
hub spline and P1 sun gear spline is 0.38 mm
(0.015 inch). Maximum relative movement between the P2 drive hub and P2 ring gear Rotor
A flange is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).

2. Replace the P2 drive hub if splines are worn


beyond specification.

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3. Replace the P2 drive hub if the thrust bearing


surface wear or damage is found.

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4. Inspect P2 drive hub bushings 1 and 2 for damage or wear.

5. Replace the P2 drive hub if either bushing has


spun in its bore.
6. Replace a drive hub bushing if the orange
Teflon material on the ID of the bushing has
worn through, exposing bronze material.

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7. Measure the ID of each bushing. Bushing ID


cannot exceed 51.21 mm (2.016 inch).
n. Replace P2 Drive Hub Bushing
Special Tools Required
J 48132P2 Drive Hub Bushing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position the P2 drive hub, flange up, on wood


blocks high enough above the work surface to
remove bushing 1.

2. Using a punch, drive bushing 1 free of the


drive hub.
3. Position the P2 drive hub, flange down, on
wood blocks high enough above the work surface to remove bushing 2.
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4. Using a punch, drive bushing 1 free of the


drive hub.
5. Clean both bushing bores of residue. Parts
must be dry before installing a bushing.

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6. For bushing 1, nearest to the P2 ring gear, install a bushing on the longer land of J 48132.

7. Press or drive the P2 ring gear side bushing into the P2 drive hub 3.353.65 mm
(0.1320.144 inch below the top face of the
bushing bore.

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8. To install bushing 1, closest to the input shaft,


position the P2 drive hub flange side down.
9. Install a bushing on the shorter land of
J 48132.

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10. Using J 48132, press or drive bushing 1 flush


to the top of the bushing bore.

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o. Inspect Main Shaft


1. Inspect input shaft and output shaft bushing
journals 1 for wear or damage.

2. Replace the main shaft if the bushing journals


are worn or damaged.

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3. Measure input shaft and output shaft bushing
journals 1. Minimum pilot OD is 33.385 mm
(1.314 inch).
4. Replace the main shaft if input shaft and output
shaft bushing journals 1 do not meet specifications.

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5. Inspect the main shaft splines for damage or


wear. Maximum relative movement between
mating splined parts is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).
6. Replace the main shaft if splines are damaged
or worn beyond specification.
7. Inspect P2 drive hub bushing journal 1 for
damage.
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8. Measure the OD of journal 1. Minimum OD is
50.925 mm (2.005 inch).

9. Replace the main shaft if specifications are not


met.

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10. Inspect P3 carrier flange bushing journal 4 for


damage.
11. Replace the main shaft if journal 4 is damaged.
4

12. Measure journal 4 OD. Minimum OD is


44.930 mm (1.769 inch).

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13. Replace the main shaft if journal 4 does not


meet specifications.

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14. Inspect P3 carrier flange bushing journal 6 for


damage.
15. Replace the main shaft if the journal is damaged.
6

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16. Measure journal 6 OD. Minimum OD is


44.930 mm (1.769 inch).
17. Replace the main shaft if the journal OD does
not meet specifications.

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p. Inspect Rotor A Hub

NOTE:
If Rotor A Hub cannot be reused, replace the hub
with a complete Rotor A Hub assembly. The
Rotor A Hub assembly includes Rotor A Hub and
P2 ring gear flange only.

1. Replace the Rotor A Hub assembly if any of


the following are found:

Cracked shorting bars at 2


Stripped threads

Thrust bearing surface damage at 1


Speed signal wheel damage

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Excessive surface damage to shorting bars


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NOTE:
Bearing race 1 may be replaced as a service part
without replacing the Rotor A Hub.

2. Correct surface imperfections with a soft fine


stone or crocus cloth. Remove any rust with
crocus cloth.
3. Inspect M8 threaded holes for thread damage.
Correct damaged threads with a M8 x 1.25 tap.
If thread damage cannot be corrected with a
tap replace the Rotor A hub assembly.

NOTE:
The roller bearing assembly in the front support
must be replaced if the inner race, pressed onto the
speed signal wheel side of Rotor A, is replaced.

4. Inspect roller bearing race 1, pressed onto the


hub of the speed signal wheel, for wear or
damage.
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5. Replace bearing race 1 if it is damaged or
worn.

6. If roller bearing race 1 has spun on the Rotor A


hub, replace the Rotor A hub and the Rotor A
flange.
2

7. Inspect speed signal wheel for damaged teeth.


Replace the Rotor A assembly if speed signal
wheel teeth are damaged.

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q. Inspect Rotor A Hub Assembly P2 Ring Gear


1. Inspect P2 ring gear splines 1 for damage or
wear. Maximum relative movement between
P2 ring gear splines and P2 pinion gears is
0.38 mm, 0.015 inch. Replace the Rotor A hub
if spline wear or damage is found.

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2. Inspect P2 ring gear to P2 drive hub splines 2


for damage and wear. Maximum relative
movement between P2 ring gear splines and
Rotor A hub splines is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).
Replace the Rotor A hub if spline wear or damage is found.

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3. Inspect thrust bearing surface 3 for wear or


damage. Replace the Rotor A hub if wear or
damage is found.
4. Inspect Rotor A flange pilot 4 for surface damage. Remove high spots with a soft stone or
crocus cloth. Replace Rotor A hub assembly if
damage cannot be corrected.
NOTE:
The roller bearing assembly in the stator housing
must be replaced if the inner race, pressed on the
Rotor A flange, is replaced.

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5. Inspect roller bearing inner race 3 pressed on
Rotor A flange for damage. Replace the inner
race if damage is found. Replace Rotor A assembly if the inner race has spun on the flange.

r. Replace Rotor A Flange Bearing Race

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Special Tools Required (Refer to Section 4, Table 41):


J 48125Bearing/Race Remover
J 48138Bearing/Race Installer

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J 8092Universal Driver

1. Loosen leg nuts of J 48125 to allow hooked


end 1 of the legs to be positioned in the slots
under the bearing race. Install the hooked end
of the legs in the slots under the bearing race.
The legs will have to be tilted toward the bearing race to install the legs.

5-3-86.2

2. Turn the lead screw counter-clockwise until the


lead screw is retracted far enough to allow the
bridge to be installed in the bearing bore.

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3. Install bridge 2 and tighten the lead screw to


tension the tool.
4. Using an appropriately-sized wrench tighten
the lead screw until the bearing race is pulled
free of the flange. Remove the bearing race and
J 48125.
5. Install a new bearing race on the Rotor A
flange with stepped side 1 of the race toward
the flange.
J 8092

6. Install J 48138 onto the bearing race.

J 48138

7. Press or drive J 48138 until the tool seats.


When correctly installed, the bearing race is
seated against the Rotor A flange.

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s. Assemble Main Shaft/P2 Carrier
1. Position the P2 carrier bushing-side up.
1

CAUTION:
An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes
progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.

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2. Install thrust bearing 1, (64 mm [2.520 inch]


ID) with the blue stripe down and inner race
tabs up, onto the thrust bearing pilot inside the
P2 carrier.

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NOTE:
The P2 sun gear has a smaller ID then the P1 sun
gear.
3. Install P2 sun gear 1 inside the P2 carrier.
1

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4. Position the P2 ring gear spline-side up.


5. Apply petrolatum to thrust bearing face 1 of
the P2 ring gear.

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CAUTION:
An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes
progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.
6. Use petrolatum to retain thrust bearing 1 in its
bore. Install thrust bearing 1 (64 mm;
2.520 inch ID) into the P2 ring gear so that the
blue strip is visible when thrust bearing 1 is installed.

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7. Lower the P2 ring gear over the P2 carrier assembly.

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8. Keeping the P2 carrier inside the P2 ring gear,


turn the P2 ring gear/carrier assembly over so
that the rotor flange is down.

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9. Position the P2 drive hub flange-side up.
10. Apply petrolatum to the thrust bearing face inside P2 drive hub to retain thrust bearing.

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CAUTION:
An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes
progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.

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11. Install thrust bearing 1 (64 mm; 2.520 inch ID)


inside P2 drive hub 2 so that the thrust bearings tabs are down and the blue strip is visible
when thrust bearing 1 is installed.

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12. Install P2 Drive Hub 1 into P2 carrier


assembly 2, making sure that the thrust bearing
remains in the correct position.

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13. Install retaining ring 1 in the ring groove of P2


ring gear 2.
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2

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t. Replace Speed Signal Wheel
Roller Bearing Race
Special Tools Required (Refer to Section 4, Table 41):
J 48125Bearing/Race Remover
J 48138Bearing/Race Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

NOTE:
If the roller bearing race is replaced on the speed
signal wheel hub, also replace the matching roller
bearing pressed into the back housing of the front
support assembly
1. Position Rotor A so that the speed signal wheel
end is up.
2. Loosen leg nuts of J 48125 to allow the hooked
end of the legs to be positioned in the slots under the bearing race. Install the hooked end of
the legs in the slots under the bearing race. The
legs will have to be tilted toward the bearing
race to install the legs.
3. Turn the lead screw counter-clockwise until the
lead screw is retracted far enough to allow the
bridge to be installed in the bearing bore.
4. Install the bridge and tighten the lead screw to
tension the tool.
5. Using an appropriately-sized wrench tighten
the lead screw until the bearing race is pulled
free of the flange. Remove the bearing race and
J 48125.
6. Install a new bearing race 1 on the Rotor A hub
with stepped side of the race toward the flange.
7. Install J 48138 onto the bearing race.
8. Press or drive J 48138 until the tool seats.
When correctly installed, the bearing race is
seated against Rotor A.
9. Press the bearing race until bearing race seats
against the face of hub.

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J 8092
1

J 48138
1

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u. Assemble Rotor A
1. Position the Rotor A hub, speed signal wheel
down, over the clearance hole in work surface.
If a clearance hole is not available, support Rotor A hub high enough above the work surface
to provide clearance for the input shaft.

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2. Make sure the thrust bearing has been installed


on the input shaft.

3. Install input shaft/P1 ring gear assembly 1 into


Rotor A hub 2 so that the input shaft enters the
center hole of the rotor hub.

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CAUTION:

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An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes


progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.
4. Install thrust bearing 1 (64 mm; 2.520 inch ID)
in thrust bearing bore on the P1 ring gear side
of the input shaft so that the blue stripe on
thrust bearing 1 is visible.

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5. Install P1 carrier assembly 1, retaining ring
side down, into P1 ring gear 2.

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CAUTION:
An incorrectly installed thrust bearing causes
progressive transmission damage due to bearing
failure. Make sure the thrust bearing is installed
correctly.

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6. Install thrust bearing 1 (64 mm; 2.520 inch ID)


into P1 carrier 2 so that the thrust bearings
tabs are facing up and the blue stripe is NOT
visible.

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2

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NOTE:
The P1 sun gear has a larger ID than the P2 sun
gear.
7. Install P1 sun gear 1 in P1 carrier 2.

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1

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8. Lower the P2 carrier assembly over the main
shaft, Rotor A flange side up. P2 drive hub
splines must fully engage both splines on either side of the largest bushing journal on the
main shaft splines.
9. Install an M10 x 1.5 eye hook in the main
shaft.
10. Lift the P2 planetary/main shaft assembly with
a hoist.

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11. Lower the P2 planetary/main shaft assembly 1


in to Rotor A hub 2.
1

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12. Align alignment marks 1 and 2 on Rotor hub


and Rotor flange.

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13. Install twelve M8 x 1.25 x 20 bolts 1 retaining
P2 planetary assembly to the Rotor hub.

14. Tighten bolts to 2429 Nm (1721 lb ft).


15. Verify that a new O-ring has been installed on
the end of the input shaft.

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64.

INSPECT C1 CLUTCH PACK

1. Replace the clutch pack if any of the following


are found:.
Pitted friction material
1

Worn internal splines


Step wear on the internal splines

4-10-1

Galled surfaces

Broken splines

NOTE:
Some discoloration of the friction and reaction
plates is acceptable.

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2. Measure the total thickness of the clutch pack.


Clutch pack thickness must be 26.5928.11 mm
(1.0471.107 inch). If clutch pack thickness
does not meet specification, replace the entire
clutch pack.

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3. Measure the cone of each friction plate.
4. Replace the clutch pack if any clutch plate has
more than 0.25 mm (0.010 inch) cone.
CLUTCH PLATE

LEVEL SURFACE

ART 5-4-4

MEASURE HERE FOR CONE


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5. Measure thickness A of each friction plate.


1

6. Replace the clutch pack if any friction plate is


thinner than 2.425 mm (0.095 inch).
7. Measure oil groove depth B of each friction
plate.

5-4-6

8. Replace the clutch pack if friction plate oil


groove depths are less than 0.23 mm
(0.009 inch).
A

B
R57

9. Measure the cone of each steel reaction plate.


A

10. Replace the clutch pack if any clutch plate has


more than 0.25 mm (0.010 inch) cone.

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11. Measure the thickness of each steel reaction
plate.

12. Replace the clutch pack if any steel reaction


plate is thinner than 2.41 mm (0.094 inch).
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65.

C1 CLUTCH HOUSING
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a. Remove and Inspect C1 Clutch Hub


1. Using a colored dye penetrant, mark retaining
ring 1 retaining the C1 clutch hub so that the
retaining ring can be re-installed with the same
face uppermost.

2. Remove retaining ring 1.

5-5-1

1
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3. Remove C1 clutch hub 1.


1

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4. Remove thrust bearing 1 from the back of C1
clutch hub 2.

5. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for wear or roughness


when turned by hand.

5-5-3

6. Replace a worn or rough turning thrust bearing.

5-5-3
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7. Inspect C1 clutch hub 1 for spline wear and


bearing surface damage.
8. Replace a worn or damaged C1 clutch hub.
1

5-5-4

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b. Inspect C1 Clutch Housing


1. Inspect the C1 housing. Replace the C1 housing if any of the following are found:
Damaged threads
Damaged or cracked splines

5-5-6

Galling on the thrust bearing face


Battering

5-5-6
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2. Remove lube pressure tap plug 1.

1
2

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3. Inspect lube pressure tap plug 1 and O-ring 2
for damage. Replace damaged parts.
5-5-7
1

2
1

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4. Inspect the lube pressure port 1 threads for


damage.
5. Repair thread damage with a correctly-sized
tap.
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c. Inspect C1 Clutch Housing Roller Bearing


1. Inspect roller bearing 1 for damage to rollers or
races.

2. Inspect roller bearing for wear or roughness


when roller bearing 1 is turned by hand.
1

3. Replace a damaged or rough turning roller


bearing.
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d. Remove and Replace C1 Clutch
Housing Roller Bearing
Tools Required:
J 48347Roller Bearing Installer/Remover
SPACER

REMOVER

BRIDGE

5-5-10.1

J 8092Universal Driver

NOTE:
If replacing the C1 Clutch Housing roller bearing,
also replace the matching roller bearing race
pressed onto Rotor B.

LEAD SCREW
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1. Support the C1 clutch housing on wood blocks,


Rotor B side of the housing facing up.
2. Install bearing removal tool against the bolt
head of the J 48365 lead screw.

LEAD SCREW
REMOVER
BEARING

3. Install removal tool/lead screw assembly up


through the C1 clutch housing so that the removal tool bears on the back face of the roller
bearing.

5-5-10
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4. Install the J 48365 spacer over the lead screw


so that it pilots into the C1 clutch housing,
above the roller bearing.

LEAD SCREW
BRIDGE
SPACER

BEARING

REMOVER

6. Install washer and nut onto leadsrew.

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5. Install the bridge over the lead screw so that it


rests on the spacer.

7. Using appropriately sized wrenches, Tighten


nut until the roller bearing is free of the C1
housing.

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8. Place the C1 Clutch Housing on the work surface or press table so that the roller bearing
race is uppermost.
J 48347

9. Install a new roller bearing on J 48347.

5-5-11

10. Align the roller bearing with the bearing bore.

11. Press or drive the roller bearing until it seats on


the shoulder in the bearing bore.

66.

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DISASSEMBLE ROTOR B
HUB ASSEMBLY

1. Remove selective bearing race 1.

ROUNDED EDGE
1

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NOTE:
Do not lift the Rotor B hub assembly using the speed
signal wheel.
2. Using a sling and hoist, turn Rotor B over so
that the tone wheel rests on the prepared wood
blocks and Rotor B flange 1 is up.

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3. Mark a line for reassembly alignment across


the Rotor B hub and flange.

ART 5-6-3
5-6-3
5-6-3
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4. Remove twelve bolts 1 retaining Rotor B


flange 3 to Rotor B hub 2.
3

2
ART 5-5-15

5-6-4

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5. Remove P3 sun gear shaft 1 and Rotor B


flange 2.

1
2

5-6-5

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6. Remove thrust bearing 1.

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7. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for damage. Rotate the


bearing to determine the presence of uneven
movement. Replace a damaged or unevenly
turning thrust bearing.
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8. Remove P3 carrier assembly 2 from Rotor B
hub 1.

5-5-18

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9. Place the P3 carrier on the work surface with


the P3 carrier flange up.
10. Measure the pinion end play of each of the four
pinions. End play cannot exceed 0.95 mm
(0.037 inch).
11. Excessive pinion end play indicates a worn or
out of specification component. Note for further inspection which pinion exhibits excessive
end play.

5-6-8

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12. Remove retaining ring 1 retaining P3 carrier


flange 2 to the P3 carrier.
1

13. Inspect retaining ring 1 for damage or excessive wear. Replace a worn of damaged retaining ring.
14. Remove P3 carrier flange 2 from P3 carrier.

5-6-9
2

5-6-9
15. Inspect splines 1 on the P3 carrier flange for
wear. Replace the P3 carrier flange if the
splines are worn.

16. Maximum allowable relative movement between the P3 carrier flange and the C2 backplate is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).

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17. Inspect thrust bearing face 1 on the P3 carrier
flange for damage. Replace the flange if damage is found.
1

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18. Inspect bushing journals 1 and 2 for galling or


other damage. Replace the P3 carrier flange if
bushing journals are galled or damaged.
1

1
22

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5-6-13

19. Measure bushing journal 2. Minimum bushing


journal diameter is 69.635 mm (2.741 inch).
20. Measure bushing journal 1. Minimum bushing
journal diameter is 65.91 mm (2.595 inch).
21. Replace the P3 carrier flange if bushing journal
measurements are out of specification.
22. Inspect two bushings, located in both ends of
the P3 carrier flange, for wear or damage.
23. Replace a bushing if bronze material is visible
beneath the orange Teflon on the bushing ID.

1
1

2
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24. Measure each bushings ID. Maximum allowed ID is 45.18 mm (1.779 inch). Replace a
bushing that is not within specification.

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a. Replace P3 Carrier Flange Bushing
Tools Required:
J 48141Bushing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver
Long Punch

1. Support the P3 carrier flange, flange end down,


on wood blocks high enough above the work
surface to allow the bushing to drop free.
2. Using a long punch drive the flange end bushing free of its bore.

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3. Support the P3 carrier flange, flange end up, on


wood blocks high enough above the work surface to allow the bushing to drop free.

5 6 15

4. Using a long punch drive the bushing free of its


bore.

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5. Clean both bushing bores of any residue. The


bores must be clean before installing the bushings.
J 48141

6. Mount bushing installer J 48141 onto universal


driver J 8092 with shorter end of the installer
tool away from the driver.
7. Align bushing 1 with its bore and press or drive
the bushing until it seats. The top of the bushing must be flush with the top of the bore or no
more than 0.25 mm (0.010 inch) below the
bore top.

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8. Invert the P3 carrier flange so that the flange
end is against the work surface.
9. Remove J 48141 from the universal driver
and remount it with the long side away from
the driver. Install a new bushing 1 on
J 48141. Align the bushing with its bore and
press or drive the bushing until the tool seats.
The top of the bushing must be 5.806.20 mm
(0.2280.244 inch) below the top of the bore.

J 48141
1

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b. Disassemble P3 Carrier
1. Position the P3 carrier on the work surface so
that spindle retaining pins 1 are visible.

2
1

2. Push spindles 2 up and remove. Remove four


spindles 2.

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3. Remove four pinion gears 1 (two roller bearings inside each pinion) and eight thrust washers 2.
4. Inspect four pinion gears for:
Spline wear or damage

Bore wear or damage

2
1

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Faces for wear or damage

Replace worn or damaged pinions.


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NOTE:
Replace pinion gears as a matched set of four.

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5. Inspect eight roller bearings for wear or damage.
6. Replace worn or damaged roller bearings.

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7. Inspect eight thrust washers for:


Scoring or galling
Batters or cracked retainer tang

NOTE:
Do not measure thrust washer thickness at the lube
slots.
Thrust washer wear or damage may cause pinion
end play measurements to be out of specification.

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8. Measure the thickness of eight thrust washers.


Minimum thickness is 1.45 mm (0.057 inch).
9. Replace a thrust washer if any defects are
found or specifications are not met.

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10. Remove retaining pin 1 from each spindle 2
and inspect pin 1 for wear or damage. Replace
a worn or damaged retaining pin.

11. Inspect each spindle, including end faces, for


damage. Replace a damaged spindle.

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3

12. Inspect the P3 carrier for wear or damage.


Inspect:

Four spindle areas 1


Retaining ring groove 2
Splines 3

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Replace the P3 carrier if excessive wear or


damage is found.

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13. Turn the P3 carrier so that the flange mounting


side is down.
14. Inspect thrust bearing surface 1 for galling. Replace the P3 carrier if galling is found.
c. Assemble P3 Carrier
1. Position the P3 carrier so that the flange
mounting side is up.

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NOTE:
Install all four pinion assemblies using the following
procedure.
2. Install retaining pin 1 into spindle 2.
1

2
2

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3. Install two roller bearings 1 into pinion 2.
2

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4. Position a thrust washer, tangs away from the


pinion, on each end of the pinion gear.

5. With roller bearings installed and thrust washers positioned so that the tangs mate into thrust
washer groves 1, install pinion assembly 2 into
the pinion gear pocket in P3 carrier 3.

2
3

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6. Align pinion, thrust washers, and roller bearings to allow spindle installation.

1
2

7. Install spindle 1 so that retaining pin 2 seats


into retaining pin grove 3.

2
3

8. Install P3 carrier flange 1 onto P3 carrier 2.

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9. Install P3 carrier flange into P3 carrier.


10. Install internal retaining ring 1 to retain P3 carrier flange 2 to the P3 carrier.

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11. Measure the end play of all four pinions. Maximum end play is 0.95 mm (0.037 inch).
12. If end play is not within specification, disassemble the out of specification pinion assembly and determine the cause.

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d. Disassemble P3 Ring Gear Flange


1. Remove P3 ring gear assembly 1 from Rotor B
hub 2.

1
2

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2. Position the P3 ring gear assembly on the work


surface, ring gear down.

3. Remove retaining ring 1 from ring gear 2.


4. Inspect the retaining ring groove for wear or
damage. If the retaining ring slides up or down
in its groove, replace the P3 ring gear.

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5. Place the P3 ring gear flange, flange side up, on
the work surface.

6. Remove and inspect thrust bearing 1 for wear


or damage. Rotate the bearing to determine the
presence of uneven movement. Replace a damaged or unevenly turning thrust bearing.
7. Inspect the thrust bearing face for galling. Replace the P3 ring gear flange if the thrust bearing surface is galled or damaged.

2
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8. Inspect splines 2 for excessive wear or damage.


Replace the P3 ring gear flange if excessive
spline wear or spline damage is found. Maximum relative movement between the P3 ring
gear and the C1 clutch hub is 0.38 mm
(0.015 inch).
9. Inspect bushings 1 and 2 for wear or damage.
A worn bushing will display underlaying
bronze material through the orange liner.

10. If either bushing 1 or 2 has spun in its bore, replace the bushing.

2
1

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11. Measure the ID of bushing 1. Maximum ID is
66.21 mm (2.607 inch). Replace the bushing if
specifications are not met.

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2

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12. Measure the ID of bushing 2. Maximum ID is
70.06 mm (2.758 inch). Replace the bushing if
specifications are not met.

e. P3 Ring Gear Flange Bushing Replacement


1
11

Tools Required:
J 48142P3 Ring Gear Flange Bushing

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1

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Installer
J 8092Universal Driver
Punch
1. Support the P3 ring gear flange, flange side
down, on wood blocks high enough above the
work surface to allow the bushing to be removed.
2. Using a punch, collapse lower bushing and remove.

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3. Using a punch collapse upper bushing and remove.


2

4. Clean debris from both bushing bores. Parts


must be clean and dry to install new bushings.

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5. Position the P3 ring gear flange on the work
surface flange end up.
6. Install bushing 1, smaller diameter bushing, on
J 48142.

7. Press or drive bushing 1 into its bore until tool


J 48142 seats. Bushing 1 must be 2626.25 mm
(1.0241.033 inch) below the top of the bushing bore face.

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8. Install bushing 2, larger ID, on J 48142.


9. Press or drive bushing 2 into its bore until tool
J 48142 seats. Bushing 2 must be 1.101.35 mm
(0.0430.053 inch) below the top of the bushing bore face.

2
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f. Inspect P3 Ring Gear


1. Inspect the P3 ring gear for excessive wear or
spline damage. Maximum relative movement
between P3 ring gear splines and P3 pinion
gear splines is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch). Replace
the P3 ring gear if excessive wear or spline
damage is found.

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g. Assemble P3 Ring Gear Flange and Ring Gear
1. Position the P2 ring gear flange on the work
surface, flange end up.

ROUNDED EDGE
1
2

CAUTION:

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Installing the thrust bearing upside down will


cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in progressive damage to the EV Drive.

2. Install thrust bearing 1 onto P3 ring gear


flange 2. Make sure thrust bearing 1 is installed
with rounded, outside diameter 2, up and visible.

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3. Position P3 ring gear 1 on the work surface so


that retaining ring groove 2 is up.

4. Install P3 ring gear flange 2 into P3 ring gear 1.

2
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5. Install retaining ring 3.


3

3
1

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h. Inspect Rotor B Hub Assembly
1. Remove thrust bearing 1.

2. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for damage. Inspect


thrust bearing 1 for uneven rotation by hand rotating the thrust bearing. Replace a damaged
thrust bearing or one the exhibits uneven
movement.

3. Inspect the thrust bearing race for galling or


damage. Replace the Rotor B hub if damage or
galling is found.
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4. Inspect flange pilot 1 and flange face 2 for


burrs creating high spots. Remove high spots
with a soft stone or crocus cloth.

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2

5. Inspect threaded holes in flange face 2 for


damage. Clean damaged threads using an M8 x
1.25 tap. If thread damage cannot be repaired
with a tap, replace the Rotor B hub.
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6. Inspect Rotor B shorting bars 1 for cracks and
surface damage. Use a fine soft stone or crocus
cloth to remove surface imperfections. Use
crocus cloth to remove rust. Replace Rotor B if
shorting bars are cracked or there is damage to
Rotor B diametrical face 2.

1
1

2
2

7. Position Rotor B on the work surface so that


the tone wheel is up.
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8. Inspect tone wheel teeth 1 for broken, chipped,
or otherwise deformed teeth. Replace Rotor
hub B if tone wheel teeth are damaged or deformed.

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21

9. Remove thrust bearing 2. Inspect thrust bearing 2 for damage or uneven rotation. Replace a
thrust bearing that is damaged or rotates unevenly.
10. Inspect thrust bearing 1 bearing race on the
Rotor B hub for galling or other damage. Replace Rotor B hub if galling or other damage is
found.

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NOTE:
If the roller bearing inner race is replaced, replace
the roller bearing outer race in the C1 clutch housing. If the C1 clutch housing outer race is replaced,
replace the Rotor hub B inner race.
11. Inspect roller bearing inner race 2 for galling
or other damage. Replace roller bearing inner
race 2 if galling or damage is found.

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i. Remove and Install Rotor B
Roller Bearing Race (Wheel Side)
Special Tools Required:
J 48125Bearing/Race Remover

BRIDGE A

BRIDGE B

BRIDGE C

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1. Install legs of J 48125 under the bearing race in


slots provided.
2. Install Bridge C of J 48125 over the inner race.
3. Tighten lead screw of J 48125 until bearing
race is free of the Rotor B hub.
j. Install Rotor B Roller Bearing Inner Race
Special Tools Required:
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J 48341C1 Housing Inner Race Installer


J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position Rotor B so that the speed signal wheel


side is up.
J 8092

2. Install a new bearing race on J 48341 with the


stepped face of the race facing down.
3. Press the inner bearing race until it seats on the
hub shoulder.

J 48341
BEARING RACE

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k. Disassemble and Inspect Rotor B
Flange Assembly
1. Separate Rotor B flange 1 from P3 sun gear
shaft 2.
1
2

1
2
2

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2. Inspect P3 sun gear shaft and splines for damage. Replace the P3 sun gear shaft if damage is
found.

3. Inspect P3 sun gear shaft splines for movement


relative to their mating splines. Relative movement cannot exceed 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).
Measure relative spline movement as follows:

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Spline 1 relative to P2 sun gear

Spline 2 relative to Rotor B flange

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Spline 3 to P3 planetary gears

4. Inspect Rotor B flange splines 1 for wear. Replace the Rotor B flange if the splines have excessive wear or are distorted.

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5. Inspect Rotor B flange pilot 2 for surface damage. Remove high spots with soft stone and
crocus cloth. Replace the Rotor B hub assembly if damage cannot be repaired.

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NOTE:
If the roller bearing inner race is replaced, replace
the roller bearing outer race in the C1 clutch housing. If the C1 clutch housing outer race is replaced,
replace the Rotor hub B inner race.
6. Inspect roller bearing inner race 1 pressed onto
the Rotor B flange for damage. Replace bearing assembly if inner race is damaged.
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l. Remove Roller Bearing Race, Rotor B Flange
Special Tools Required:
J 48125Bearing/Race Remover

BRIDGE A

BRIDGE B

BRIDGE C

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1. Install Bridge C over the inner bearing race of


Rotor B flange.
J 48125

2. Install the legs of J 48125 under bearing race 1


in the slots provided.
3. Tighten the lead screw until the bearing race is
free of the flange.
BRIDGE C
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m. Install Roller Bearing Race, Rotor B Flange
Special Tools Required:
J 48138Bearing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position Rotor B flange bearing side up.


2. Install a new bearing race, stepped side down,
onto Rotor B flange.

J 8092
J 48138

BEARING RACE

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3. Using J 48138, press the bearing race until it


seats on the flange shoulder.

n. Assemble Rotor B
1. Position P3 sun gear shaft 2 on the work surface so that the P3 sun gear is down.

2. Install Rotor B flange 1 onto sun gear shaft 2,


make sure Rotor B flange 1 splines mate with
the middle splines of sun gear shaft 2.

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3. Position the Rotor B hub speed signal wheel up


on the work surface.

1
2

CAUTION:
ROUNDED EDGE

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Installing the thrust bearing upside down will


cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in progressive damage to the EV Drive.
4. Install thrust bearing 1, approximately 105 mm
(4.134 inch) ID, on rotor B hub, make sure
rounded outer edge 2 on the OD of the thrust
bearing is facing up.

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5. Using a hoist and strap, position the Rotor B
hub tone wheel down on blocks high enough
above the work surface to allow installing the
P3 carrier hub.

CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in progressive damage to the EV Drive.

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6. Install thrust bearing 1, approximately 105 mm


(4.134 inch) ID, inside rotor B hub, make sure
rounded outer edge on the OD of the race is
facing up.

ROUNDED EDGE

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7. Install P3 ring gear flange assembly 1 in


Rotor B Hub 2 so that P3 ring flange goes
through the tone wheel side of Rotor B hub 2.

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CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in progressive damage to the EV Drive.

ROUNDED EDGE

1
2

8. Install thrust bearing 1, approximately 105 mm


(4.134 inch) ID, on the thrust bearing pilot of
P3 ring gear flange 2, make sure the rounded
outer edge on the OD of the thrust bearing is
facing up.

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9. Install P3 carrier assembly 1 so that P3 pinions


mesh with P3 ring gear 3 and the P3 carrier
flange locates through the P3 ring gear bushings.

2
1

32

CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in progressive damage to the EV Drive.

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ROUNDED EDGE

1
2

10. Install thrust bearing 1, approximately 72 mm


(2.835 inch) ID, in thrust bearing bore 2 of P3
carrier with the blue stripe facing up and guide
tangs facing down into the thrust bearing bore.

1
2

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11. Install Rotor B flange/P3 sunshaft assembly 1
into Rotor B hub 2.
1

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12. Align marks on Rotor B flange 2 and Rotor B
hub 1 that were drawn at disassembly.

1
2

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13. Install twelve M8 x 1.25 x 20 mm bolts 1,


tighten bolts fingertight.
1

1
14. Tighten bolts 1 to 2429 Nm (1721 lb ft).

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15. Position the Rotor B on wood blocks, sun gear


shaft clear of the work surface, with the tone
wheel up.

NOTE:
If the Rotor B assembly rests on the sunshaft, the selective race measurement will not be accurate. Provide clearance between the sunshaft and the work
surface to make an accurate measurement.

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ROUNDED EDGE
1

16. Confirm that thrust bearing 1, approximately


105 mm (4.134 inch) ID, remained installed on
the thrust bearing pilot of Rotor B hub and that
the rounded outer edge on the OD of the race is
facing up.

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o. Install Selective C1 Housing


Thrust Bearing Race
1. Install three lifting bolts, M12 x 1.75, evenly
spaced, around the C1 clutch housing.
2. Attach a hoist to the three bolts and lift the C1
clutch housing high enough to install the C1
clutch housing selective thrust bearing.

3. Using petrolatum, install the C1 clutch housing


selective race 2 that was removed, back into its
pocket over the roller bearing.

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4. Install C1 clutch housing over roller bearing


inner race pressed on Rotor B tone wheel side.

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CAUTION:
Installing the thrust bearing upside down will
cause the thrust bearing to fail, resulting in
progressive damage to the EV Drive.

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5. Install the thrust bearing, approximately


105 mm (4.134 inch) ID, onto the back of C1
clutch hub, make sure the rounded outer edge
on the OD of the race is facing up.

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6. Install C1 clutch hub 1 into the C1 clutch housing.

1
2

NOTE:
If reinstalling the same retaining ring that was removed during disassembly, install the retaining
ring with the same face down as when removed.
If installing a new retaining ring, orientation makes
no difference.

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7. Install retaining ring 1 onto C1 clutch hub.


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8. Install two M4 bolts to use as pry points, approximately 180 degrees apart, into two of C1
hub bolts holes.
9. Install a dial indicator so the tip of the indicator
is resting on the top face of the C1 clutch hub.
Zero the dial indicator.
10. Using two heel bars and the installed bolts, lift
the C1 clutch hub until the dial indicator needle stops moving. Record the amount of needle
movement which indicates end play.
11. The total end play measured must be between
0.100.38 mm (0.0040.015 inch).

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12. If end play is not within specification, select an
appropriate selective race from the following
table that allows an end play within specification.
Table 61.
Selective Race
(last 4 of P/N
etched on
selective race)

8702
8703
8704
8705
8706
8707

Thickness (mm)

Thickness (inches)

min

max

min

max

4.975

5.025

0.196

0.198

5.153

5.203

0.203

0.205

5.331

5.381

0.210

0.212

5.509

5.559

0.217

0.219

5.687

5.737

0.224

0.226

5.865

5.915

0.231

0.233

Determining The Correct Selective Race Example


If the original selective race was identified as

part number 8705 and the end play measured


0.076 mm (0.003 inch), then a thinner race is
needed to get within specification.
The calculated end play using part number

8704 as the new selective race results in the


following:
([Min of 8705 raceMax of 8704 race] to
[Max of 8705Min of 8704]) + Measured
End play: 0.2170.212= 0.005 inch;
0.2190.210 = 0.009 inch.
Adding the original end play measurement
of 0.003 inch to the min-max limits of
0.0050.009 inch results in a calculated
new end play measurement of 0.008
0.012 inch (0.20 mm0.30 mm).

NOTE:
To increase end play select a thinner selective race.
To decrease end play select a thicker selective race.

13. Install the correct thrust bearing race and remeasure the end play to verify that correct end
play has been achieved.
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67.

REAR COVER

a. Remove Output Speed Sensors


1. Position rear cover on work surface, output
shaft up.

P6 OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR

P7 OUTPUT
SPEED SENSOR

2. If not already removed, remove two speed sensors by removing the M8 bolt retaining the
speed sensor to the housing.
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3. Carefully work the speed sensor free of the


housing.
b. Remove Output Yoke/Flange
Special Tools Required:

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J 46703Output Spanner Nut Socket

1. Remove retaining ring 1 and output nut key 2.


2. Using tool J 46703, remove output nut 3.

3. Remove output yoke or flange.


5-7-2

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3

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4. Inspect output yoke/flange seal journal 1 for


wear. Minimum seal journal diameter is
89.78 mm (3.535 inch). Replace the yoke/
flange if seal journal 1 is worn below minimum
diameter or if it is scored or grooved in the seal
area.

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5. Inspect slinger assembly 2 on the yoke/flange
for distortion. Replace slinger assembly 2 if it
is distorted.
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6. Inspect the output flange washer 4 for distortion. Replace the washer if it is distorted.

7. Inspect the O-ring groove in the output flange


washer for burrs. Remove burrs with a soft
stone or crocus cloth.

4
3

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8. Replace the output flange washer O-ring.


9. Inspect output lock nut 3 for thread damage.
Replace the locknut if threads are damaged.

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10. Inspect output shaft key 2 for damage. Replace


output shaft key 2 if it is damaged.
11. Inspect external spiral retaining ring 1 for distortion. Replace the retaining ring if it is distorted.
c. Remove Output Seal
Special Tools Required:
J 24171-ASlide Hammer and Jaw Set

1. Using J 24171-A, remove output seal 1 from


rear cover.

J 24171-A

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d. Remove and Inspect Rear Cover Plugs
1. Remove tachograph plug 1 and copper
washer 2.
4

2. Inspect tachograph plug 1 for thread damage.


Replace the plug if it is damaged.
3. Inspect copper washer 2 for damage. Replace
the washer if it is damaged.

4. Remove C1 pressure tap plug 3.


5. Inspect C1 pressure tap plug for damage. Replace the plug if it is damaged.

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2
1

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6. Remove the C1 pressure tap plug 3 O-ring and


install a new O-ring.
7. Remove C2 pressure tap plug 4.
8. Inspect C2 pressure tap plug for damage. Replace the plug if it is damaged.
9. Remove the C2 pressure tap plug 3 O-ring and
install a new O-ring.

68.

REAR COVER DISASSEMBLY

a. Remove Output Shaft Assembly


1. Using a press, press the output shaft assembly
free of the rear cover. If a press is not available,
strike the yoke end of the output shaft with a
soft hammer until the output shaft assembly is
free of the rear cover.
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b. Remove and Inspect Taper Bearing
NOTE:
If the taper bearing or its outer race are replaced,
replace both the taper bearing and the outer race as
a set.
1. Remove taper bearing 1 from the rear cover.
2. Inspect the taper bearing for damage, wear, or
uneven rotation. Replace a bearing that is damaged, worn, or rotates unevenly.

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3. Inspect taper bearing outer race (bearing cup) 2


for wear or damage. Replace a worn or damaged outer race.

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1. Remove C1 piston/return spring assembly 1


from the rear cover housing.

3
1

1
2. Remove and discard external sealring 2 and internal lipped sealring 3.

3. Inspect C1 piston 4 for damage. Remove any


high spots in piston seal grooves with a soft
stone or crocus cloth.

2
3
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5

c. Remove and Inspect C1 Piston


and Return Spring Assembly

4. Inspect C1 return spring assembly 1 for


cracked or broken springs or damage to spring
retainer 1.

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5. Replace the C1 Piston / Return Spring Assembly if the C1 piston or Return Spring Assembly
are damaged.
d. Inspect Rear Cover
1

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1. Inspect the rear cover for any high spots outside the piston seal surfaces. Repair any high
spots with a soft stone or crocus cloth. If the
rear cover is cracked or is broken replace the
rear cover.
2. Inspect C1 piston bore seal surfaces 1 and 2 for
roughness. Replace rear cover if the C1 piston
seal surfaces feel rough or if the seal surface
areas has been discolored or etched from caustic parts washer solution.

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3. Inspect rear cover sealring bore 1 for grooves.
Replace the rear cover if grooves are found.

1
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4. Inspect taper bearing races 1 and 2, pressed


into the rear cover, for damage. Replace any
bearing assembly that is damaged.

5-8-6

e. Remove Taper Bearing Race From Rear Cover

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Special Tools Required:


J 48365Bearing Race Installer/Remover
REMOVAL BRIDGE

TOP BRIDGE

NOTE:
Replace both a taper bearing race and a taper bearing as a set.
1. Special Tool J 48365 must be assembled to remove the taper bearings. The Removal Bridge
is installed under the taper bearing race to be
removed and the top bridge provides the anchor point to remove the race.

Top
Bridge
Lead Screw

LEAD SCREW

5-8-7

Removal Bridge

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Installer
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5-8-9
REMOVAL
BRIDGE

2. To remove the taper bearing race closest to output seal, position the rear cover piston side
down.

J 48344

3. Install the removal bridge on the lead screw so


that the bridge rests against the lead screw hex
head.

V10458.00.00

4. Install J 48365 so that the shelf of removal


bridge is piloted beneath the under the taper
bearing race located closest to the rear cover
output seal and the lead screw is pointing up.
5. Install the top bridge over the lead screw so
that the Top Bridge rests on the rear cover.
6. Install the washer and nut onto the lead screw
using appropriately-sized wrenches, tighten the
nut until the taper bearing race is free of the
rear housing.
7. Remove the bearing race from J 48365.

J 48344

9. Install the J 48365 lead screw and removal


bridge so that the removal bridge pilots under
the taper bearing race closest to the piston side
of the rear cover and the lead screw is pointing
up.

5-8-10
REMOVAL
BRIDGE

8. To remove the taper bearing race closest to piston, position the rear cover piston side up.

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10. Install top bridge over the lead screw so that


the top bridge rests on the rear cover.
11. Install washer and nut on the lead screw.
12. Using appropriately-sized wrenches, tighten
the nut until the taper bearing race is free of the
rear housing.
13. Remove the bearing race from J 48365.

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f. Install Taper Bearing Race Into Rear Cover
Special Tools Required:
J 48365Bearing Race Installer/Remover

NOTE:
Replace both a taper bearing race and a taper bearing as a set.
1. To install the taper roller bearing race closest
to the piston side of the rear cover, install bearing race installer onto the lead screw with the
large diameter against the lead screw hex head.
install the race on the lead screw so that when
installed the shoulder of the new bearing race
will seat against the shoulder in the rear cover.

5-8-14

J 348365
INSTALLER
2

2. While holding J 48365 in place, turn the rear


cover piston side down, keeping the bearing
race centered in the rear cover bore.

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3. Install the top bridge over the lead screw so


that it rests on the rear cover. install the washer
and nut on the lead screw.
4. Tighten the nut finger tight while making sure
that the bearing race is centered in its bore.
5. Using appropriately-sized wrenches and making sure that the bearing race is centered in its
bore, tighten the nut until the taper bearing
race seats against the shoulder in the rear
cover.
6. To install the taper roller bearing race closest
to the output seal side of the rear cover, install
bearing race installer, large diameter against
the lead screw hex head, onto the lead screw.
install the race on the lead screw, facing so that
when installed in the rear cover the shoulder of
the new bearing race will seat against the
shoulder in the rear cover.
7. While holding J 48365 in place, turn the rear
cover piston side up, keeping the bearing race
centered in the rear cover bore.

INSTALLER

3
2
1

J 48365

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8. Install the top bridge over the lead screw so


that the top bridge rests on rear cover. install
the washer and the thread nut onto the lead
screw.
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9. Tighten the nut finger tight while making sure
that the bearing race is centered in its bore.
10. Using appropriately-sized wrenches and making sure that the bearing race is centered in its
bore, tighten the nut until the taper bearing
race seats against the shoulder in the rear
cover.

69.

SELECTIVE TACHOGRAPH
WHEEL MEASUREMENT AFTER
BEARING REPLACEMENT

The tachograph wheel not only provides a signal to the


tachograph but also serves as a selective shim for the
taper bearings in the rear cover. Replace the tachograph wheel if either taper bearing is replaced. Use
the following procedures to select a tachograph wheel
of the correct thickness.
Special Tools Required:
J 48344Selective Shim Measurement Tool

TOP BRIDGE
LEAD

Lead Screw
SCREW

Threaded
Bridge
INDEX
PLATE

Index PLate

Top
Bridge

THREADED
BRIDGE

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1. Position the rear cover, output seal side up, on


wood blocks high enough above the work surface to allow holding a taper bearing into the
outer race nearest to the piston side of the rear
cover.
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2. Install threaded bridge 1 on large OD of a taper
bearing 2.

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3. With threaded bridge 1 in position, install and


hold bottom taper bearing in the taper bearing
race nearest the piston side of the rear cover
Hold the taper bearing and threaded bridge in
position until the lead screw is installed.

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5-9-4RC
4. Install index plate 1 onto taper bearing so that
the index plate pilots on the bearing outer race.

2
1

5-9-5RC

5. Install a taper bearing into the race closest to


the output seal.

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J 48344

6. Install the top bridge onto the taper bearing.


7. Inset the lead screw through the top bridge, the
index plate, and into the threaded hole in the
threaded bridge.
8. Tighten the lead screw to firmly snug the bearings into their outer races.

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J 48344

DEPTH
MICROMETER

10. Measure the thickness, at the inner race, of the


taper bearing that will be installed closest to
the output seal. Record this measurement a Dimension B.

5-9-7RC

9. Using a depth micrometer, measure from the


top bridge to the index plate. Record this measurement as Dimension A.

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11. Subtract Dimension B from Dimension A to


obtain Dimension C (AB =C).
12. Use the following table to determine the correct tachograph wheel to install.
Table 62. Selective Tachograph Wheels
Dimension
C (mm)

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Dimension
C (inch)

Tachograph
ID No.

Part
No.

22.01022.087 0.86600.8696

29541040

22.08822.164 0.86970.8726

29541041

22.16522.241 0.87270.8756

29541042

22.24222.318 0.87570.8786

29541043

22.31922.395 0.87870.8817

29541044

22.39622.472 0.88180.8847

29541045

22.47322.549 0.88480.8877

29541046

22.55022.626 0.88780.8908

29540647

22.62722.703 0.89090.8938

29540648

22.70422.780 0.89390.8969

29540649

22.78122.875 0.89700.8900

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610. DISASSEMBLE AND INSPECT
OUTPUT SHAFT
a. Remove and Inspect Tachograph Wheel,
Output Shaft O-ring, and Seals
1. Position the output shaft on the work surface
shaft up.

2. Remove tachograph wheel 1.


NOTE:

The tachograph wheel is one of three selectable


shims that set proper clearances in the EV Drive.
After overhaul, a selectable tachograph wheel a of
different thickness may be required to get proper
clearances.

5-10-1RC

3. Inspect tachograph wheel 1 for damage. Replace the tachograph wheel if it is damaged or
not of the correct thickness.

V10569.00.00

4. Remove and discard both sealrings 1.


5. Remove and discard O-ring 2.

2
1

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b. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch Backplate


1. Supported on wood blocks, position the output
shaft down.
2. Remove internal retaining ring 1 retaining C2
backplate 2 to the C2 clutch housing.

5-10-3RC

3. Inspect retaining ring 1 for damage or distortion. Replace a distorted or damaged retaining
ring.

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4. Remove C2 backplate 1.
1

5. Inspect backplate 1 for:


1

Galling or deformation on the side facing

the clutch
Deformed splines
Galled thrust bearing surface

5-10-4RC

6. Replace the C2 backplate if any galling or deformation is found.

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c. Remove and Inspect C2 Drive Hub


1. Remove thrust bearing 1.
1

2. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for wear.


3. Inspect thrust bearing 1 races for cracks or
damage.
4. Replace a thrust bearing with cracked or damaged races or if the thrust bearing is worn.

1
5-10-5RC
V10705.00.00

5. Remove C2 drive hub 1.


5-10-6RC

6. Inspect C2 drive hub 1 for worn splines or


galled thrust bearing surfaces.
1

7. Replace the C2 drive hub if thrust bearing surfaces are galled or splines are worn.

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d. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch Pack
1. Remove C2 clutch pack (seven friction and
seven reaction plates) 1 from C2 housing 2.

2. Inspect each friction plate and reaction plate of


the clutch pack. Replace the entire clutch pack
if a friction plate or a reaction plate does not
meet specifications or a defect is found.

3. Inspect friction plates for defects:


Pitted friction material
Internal splines worn to a sharp point

5-10-7RC

Deformed internal splines


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4. Measure the total thickness of the C2 clutch


pack. Minimum clutch pack thickness is
30.4532.55 mm (1.1991.281 inch). Replace
the entire C2 clutch pack if specifications are
not met.
5. Measure each friction plates thickness. Minimum friction plate thickness is 2.425 mm
(0.095 inch).
6. Measure each friction plates oil groove depth.
Minimum oil groove depth is 0.23 mm
(0.009 inch).
7. Measure the cone of each friction plate. Maximum friction plate cone is 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch).
8. Inspect reactions plates for galling. Replace the
entire clutch pack if a reaction plate is galled.
9. Measure the cone of each reaction plate. Maximum reaction plate cone is 0.25 mm
(0.010 inch).
10. Measure the thickness of each reaction plate.
Minimum reaction plate thickness is 1.925 mm
(0.075 inch).

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e. Remove and Inspect C2 Clutch
Return Spring Assembly
Special Tools Required:
J 48530C2 Retaining Ring Removal Tool

1. Remove thrust bearing 1.


1

5-10-8RC

2. Inspect thrust bearing 1 for cracked or deformed races and wear. Replace the thrust
bearing if worn or the races are cracked or deformed.

V10590.00.00

3. Install J 48530 on the C2 clutch housing so that


two roll pins 2 engage holes in return spring retainer 1.
2

5-10-9

1
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4. Engage arm locator pins 1 of J 48530 between


the teeth of the signal wheel.
2

5. Firmly secure bolts to prevent tool arms 2 from


moving.

2
1

5-10-10RC

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6. Compress the C2 return spring assembly until
the retaining ring is loose in its groove.
7. Using retaining ring pliers, remove the retaining ring.

8. Inspect the retaining ring for distortion or damage. Replace a distorted or damaged retaining
ring.
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9. Rotate lead screw counter-clockwise to release


spring pressure. Keep anti-rotation tabs on C2
return spring retainer plate located in the relief
pockets machined in the output shaft for the
tabs. Damage to the tabs will result if tabs do
not stay located in relief pockets cut in output
shaft as spring is uncompressed.

HOLD RAM
TO KEEP
SPRING TABS
LOCATED

10. Slowly release spring pressure and remove


J 48530.
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11. Remove C2 return spring assembly.

12. Inspect return spring assembly for a cracked or


deformed spring retainer 1. Replace the C2 return spring assembly if the retainer is deformed
or cracked.
13. Inspect return springs 2 for damage or if
springs have taken a set. Replace the C2 return
spring assembly if the retainer is deformed or
cracked.

1
2

5-10-13RC

14. Measure spring height. Replace the C2 return


spring assembly if any spring measures less
than 43.8 mm (1.725 inches) in length.

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f. Remove and Inspect C2 Piston
1. Loosen the C2 piston by applying air pressure
through C2 feed hole 1 located between the
sealring grooves of the output shaft.

1
5-10-14RC
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2. Remove C2 piston 1 from the C2 clutch housing.

2
1

3. Remove and discard inner seal 2 and outer


seal 3.

1
3
2

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4. Inspect machined surfaces. Replace a C2 piston if machine surfaces are galled.


5. Remove burrs or high spots in piston grooves
or on machined surfaces with a soft stone. Replace the C2 piston if damaged.
g. Remove and Install Output Shaft
Taper Roller Bearing
Special Tools Required:
J 48612Taper Bearing Remover
J 48361Taper Bearing Installer

1. Position output shaft assembly on the work


surface output shaft up.
4

3
4
2

1
2

2. Install J 48612 so that clamp 1 is under taper


bearing 2. Tighten clamp nuts to secure the
clamp in position under the bearing cage, but
not tight as to cause the clamp to contact the
output shaft.
3. Align J 48612 legs 4 to provide a straight pull
and tighten the leg nuts.

5-10-16RC
V10564.00.00

4. Tighten lead screw 3 against the output shaft to


remove taper bearing 2. Discard bearing 2. The
removal procedure damages the bearing. Remove J 48612.
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5. Install a new taper bearing 1 onto the output
shaft so that the bearing rollers taper toward
the output shaft.

6. Install J 48361 2 over the output shaft and resting on taper bearing 1.

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7. Using a press, press taper bearing 1 onto the


output shaft until it seats.
8. Remove J 48361.
5-10-17RC

h. Inspect Output Shaft

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1. Inspect the output shaft for damage. Rework


high spots with crocus cloth or a soft stone. If
shaft splines have visible step wear, replace the
output shaft and both taper bearing assemblies.
2. Inspect C2 clutch housing splines for visible
wear. Replace the output shaft if C2 clutch
housing splines are worn.
3. Inspect the output shaft bushing for wear. If
bronze material is visible thought the orange
Teflon coating, replace the bushing.

5-10-18RC
V10562.00.00

4. Measure the ID of the bushing. Maximum ID


is 33.57 mm (1.322 inch). Replace the bushing
if it does not meet specifications.
5. If the bushing has spun in its bore replace the
output shaft.
i. Remove and Install Output Shaft Bushings
Special Tools Required:
J 48130Input/Output Bushing Remover
J 48131Input/Output Bushing Installer

1. Remove the collet and lead screw assembly


from J 48130.

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2. Install the collet and lead screw assembly into
the bushing. Using appropriately-sized
wrenches, tighten the lead screw until the mandrel contacts the bushing, but not so tight as to
prevent bushing removal or to cause tool damage.

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3. Install cup 1 over the lead screw and collet.

2
1

4. Install bearing 2, markings up, over the lead


screw.
5. Install the washer and nut on the lead screw.

1
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6. Hold lead screw 1 stationary and tighten nut 2


until the bushing is free of the bushing bore.

1
2

7. Clean residue from the bushing bore. Parts


must be dry before installing a new bushing.

8. Install a new bushing on J 48131.


1

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9. Center bushing in bushing bore and press or


drive the bushing until the J 48131 seats
against top face of the bushing bore. The bushing should be flush to 0.25 mm (0.010 inch)
below the top of the bushing bore.

J 8092

J 48131

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611. OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY
a. Install C2 Piston
1. Install a 74 mm ID internal lip piston seal 1
with the grooved side of the internal lip seal toward the taper roller bearing.

2. Install a 132 mm ID sealring 2 on the C2 piston.

1
2
2

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5-11-1RC
3. Lubricate the piston seals with petrolatum or
transmission fluid.

4. Position C2 piston 1, spring pockets up, over


C2 clutch housing 2 with the wide tooth
aligned with the matching slot in the C2 housing.
5. Install C2 piston 1 into the clutch housing and
tap the piston down evenly into the C2 housing
until it seats against the bottom of the clutch
housing.

5-11-2RC
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b. Install C2 Piston Return Spring


Special Tools Required:
J 48530C2 Retaining Ring Removal Tool

1. Install C2 piston return spring assembly onto


the C2 piston so that the springs locate inside
the piston spring pockets.
2. Align the return spring assembly so anti-rotation tabs 1 on the spring retainer will engage
with mating pockets 2 in the output shaft when
the return springs are compressed.

1
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3. Locate J 48530 over C2 return spring so roll


pins 2 engage with two holes in spring
retainer 1 and J 48530 compressor plate is
flush to the spring retainer plate.

5-11-4
2

5-11-4RC
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4. Engage arm locator pins 1 of J 48530 between


the teeth of the signal wheel.
2

5. Firmly secure bolts to prevent tool arms 1 from


moving.

2
1

5-11-5RC

1
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HOLD RAM
TO KEEP
SPRING TABS
LOCATED

6. Tighten lead screw to compress the C2 return


spring assembly. Keep anti-rotation tabs on the
C2 return spring retainer plate aligned with tab
pockets in output shaft. Damage to the tabs
will result if tabs do not stay aligned with the
pockets in the output shaft as the return spring
assembly is compressed.

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7. Install retaining ring 1 into the retaining ring
groove in output shaft 2 to retain the C2 return
spring assembly.
1

8. Relieve spring pressure and remove J 48530.

1
c. Install C2 Clutch Pack,
Tachograph Wheel, Sealrings

5-11-7RC
V10573.00.00

1. Install 59 mm ID thrust bearing 1 so the blue


stripe is visible.

5-11-8RC

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2. Install C2 drive hub 1 over C2 return spring assembly.

5-11-9RC

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3. Install 72 mm ID thrust bearing 1 so the blue


stripe is against the hub.
1

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4. Install C2 reaction plate 1.
5. Install C2 friction plate 2.

2
1

5-11-11RC

6. Continue installing a reaction plate followed


by a friction until all seven reaction plates and
all seven friction plates are installed. The top
plate will be a friction plate.

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NOTE:
The C2 clutch pack must have a minimum thickness
specification of 30.4532.55 mm (1.991.281 inch).
Refer to Paragraph 610d, Remove and Inspect C2
Clutch.
7. Install C2 backplate 1.

5-11-12RC
1

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8. Install retaining ring 1 to retain C2 backplate 2


to the C2 clutch housing.

2
2

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9. Position output shaft so that the shaft is up.
2

10. Install sealrings 1. Make sure the sealring gaps


are not aligned.

11. Install O-ring 2.


2
1

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12. Install selected tachograph wheel 1.


1

5-11-15RC

612. ASSEMBLE REAR


COVER MODULE
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a. Install C1 Piston Assembly


1. Install new internal 1 and external 2 piston
seals on C1 piston.
2. Install C1 piston assembly 3 in the rear cover
so anti-rotation tab on C1 piston engages its
mating slot in rear cover.

3
ANTI-ROTATION TAB

3
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b. Install Rear Cover and Taper Bearing
Special Tools Required:
J 48361Taper Bearing Installer

1. Install rear cover on output shaft assembly.


J 48361

2. Install taper bearing over output shaft with


larger diameter facing up, taper facing down.

5-12-3RC

NOTE:
Use either the same bearing removed from this location or the new bearing that was measured to select
the tachograph wheel. The bearing must rotate
freely in the outer bearing race.

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3. Make sure bearing 1 is centered in the outer


bearing race.
4. Using J 48361, press bearing 1 until it seats.
c. Install Output Seal and O-ring
Special Tools Required:
J 46702Output Seal Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Install new output seal 1 on J 46702 output seal


installer.
2. Drive output seal 1 into rear cover until
J 46702 is flush with rear cover.
J 46702

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3. Install a new O-ring 2 on the output shaft.
2
1

d. Install Output Yoke/Flange


Special Tools Required:

5-12-5RC
V10565.00.00

J 46703Output Spanner Nut Socket

1. Inspect yoke or flange output seal surface for


damage. Replace a yoke or flange if output the
seal surface is worn or damaged.

2. Measure output seal journal diameter. Minimum allowable output seal journal diameter is
89.78 mm (3.535 inch).

4
3

3. Install output yoke or flange assembly.

4. Install output nut 3.


5. Using tool J 46703, tighten the output nut to
340 Nm (250 lb ft), aligning the slots in the
output nut to the keyway in the output shaft.

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6. Install output key 2.


7. Install output retaining ring 1.
e. Install Rear Cover Plugs and Seals
1. Install copper washer 2 on tachograph plug 1. Install the plug if a tachograph sensor is not installed. Torque plug to 6067 Nm (4449 lb ft.).

2. Install C1 pressure tap plug 3. Make sure the


plug has an O-ring fitted.
3. Install C2 pressure tap plug 4. Make sure the
plug has an O-ring fitted.
4. Tighten pressure tap plugs 3 and 4 to 1013 Nm
(710 lb ft).

2
1

5-12-8RC

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613. CONTROL MAIN VALVE BODY
The control main valve body regulates control main
and exhaust backfill hydraulic pressure. The valve
body contains three valves:
Exhaust Backfill (shortest valve)
CONTROL
MAIN
RELIEF

Control Main Regulator


Control Main Relief (longest valve)

CAUTION:
EXHAUST
BACKFILL
CONTROL
MAIN REGULATOR

CONTROL MAIN VALVE BODY


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Use extreme care when removing or installing


valve bodies or the solenoid filters. Do not drop
small parts through the openings in the stator
housing. Parts lodged in this area may be impossible to remove and if left in place may cause significant damage to the EV Drive.
a. Remove Internal Harness

MOTOR A TEMP

1. Disconnect the internal harness from all solenoids, the C1 and C2 pressure switches, and
the motor temperature sensor.

OIL TEMP

C2 SOLENOID
C1 SOLENOID
C1 BLOCKING SOLENOID
C2 BLOCKING SOLENOID
OLS

BOOST SOLENOID

C2 PRESSURE SWITCH
C1 PRESSURE SWITCH
DEUTSCH
CONNECTOR
MOTOR B TEMP
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2. Remove two M6 x 1.0 x 60 mm bolts 4 retaining the oil level sensor bracket to the relay
valve body.

1
2

3. Remove oil level sensor 3 and bracket 5.

3
4

4. Disconnect the internal harness from the oil


level sensor and remove the internal harness.

5. Remove two bolts 1 retaining OLS 3 to


bracket 5.

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6. Remove four ferrules 2 from the OLS bolt


holes. Inspect the ferrules for cracks or other
visible damage. Replace damaged ferrules.

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b. Control Main Valve Body Removal
1. Rotate the EV Drive until the control deck is
up.

1
2

2. Remove eight bolts 1 retaining the control


main valve body to the control deck.

5-9-2
3. Remove control main valve body 2, separator
plate 3, and oil transfer plate 4.

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c. Control Main Valve Body Disassembly


Special Tools Required:
J 46706Relay and CM Valve Installer
J 33163Valve Tray Set

1. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress control relief
valve spring 1.

CAUTION:
EV Drive damage may occur when valve
springs and other parts are mistakenly interchanged. Interchanging parts can be avoided
by:
Tagging each part as the part is
removed.
Using Valve Tray Set J 33163 to
simplify correct valve body reassembly.
Protect the C1/C2 valve assembly parts from
damage by:
Handling all valves carefully.
Protecting the control valve assembly
parts during removal, cleaning,
inspection, and installation.
Keeping the parts in clean containers
until the parts are installed.
When the valves are installed dry, the weight of
the valves must be sufficient to move the valves
through the valve bores. If the valves do not
move freely, the transmission may be damaged.

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2. Remove retaining clip 2.


3. Ease the valve spring pressure.
4. Remove valve 3 and spring 1.
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5. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress control main
regulator valve spring 1.

6. Remove retaining clip 2.


7. Ease the valve spring pressure.
5-9-4

8. Remove valve 3 and spring 1.

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9. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress exhaust backfill valve spring 1.

10. Remove retaining clip 2.


11. Ease the valve spring pressure.

5-7-5

12. Remove valve 3 and spring 1.


3
1

d. Control Main Valve Body Assembly


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NOTE:
The three valves can be installed in any order.
1. Install exhaust backfill valve 3, the shortest
valve, into its bore, either end first.

2. Install spring 1.
3. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 1.
Insert retaining clip 2.
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4. Install control main regulator valve 3 into its
bore, small end first.

5. Install valve spring 1, coded yellow.


6. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 1.
Insert retaining clip 2.

5-9-7
(Use 5-9-4)

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7. Install the control relief valve 3, the longest


valve, into its bore, small end first.

8. Install valve spring 1, coded yellow.


9. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 1.
Insert retaining clip 2.

5-9-8
(Use 5-9-3)

3
1

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e. Installation
1. Install oil transfer plate 4 and separator plate 3
onto the control deck.
2. Install control valve body 2, aligning the bolt
holes in the valve body with the bolt holes in
the separator plate, oil transfer plate and, the
control deck.

1
2

5-9-9
(Use 5-9-2)

3. Install eight bolts 1.


4. Using a criss-cross pattern, tighten bolts to
1013 Nm (710 lb ft).

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614. C1/C2 VALVE BODY
Special Tools Required:
J 46705C1/C2 Trim/Blocking Valve

Installer
J 33163Valve Tray Set

CAUTION:
EV Drive damage may occur when valve
springs and other parts are mistakenly interchanged. Interchanging parts can be avoided
by:
Tagging each part as the part is
removed.
Using Valve Tray Set J 33163 to
simplify correct valve body reassembly.
Protect the C1/C2 valve assembly parts from
damage by:
Handling all valves carefully.
Protecting the control valve assembly
parts during removal, cleaning,
inspection, and installation.
Keeping the parts in clean containers
until the parts are installed.
When the valves are installed dry, the weight of
the valves must be sufficient to move the valves
through the valve bores. If the valves do not
move freely, the transmission may be damaged.
The C1/C2 valve body controls C1 clutch and C2
clutch pressure, C1 and C2 clutch trim pressure,
and control main pressure.
a. C1/C2 Valve Body Removal
1. Remove eighteen bolts 1.
1

2. Remove C1/C2 valve body 2, separator plate 3,


and channel plate 4.
2
3
4

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b. Solenoid Filter Replacement
1. Using a small-bladed screwdriver or a pick, remove two solenoid filters 1 from the control
deck.
2. Install two new filters 1 by pressing them into
their filter bores.

5-10-1A

c. C1/C2 Valve Body Solenoid Disassembly


Special Tools Required:
J 33163Valve Tray Set

CAUTION:
EV Drive damage may occur when valve
springs and other parts are mistakenly interchanged. Interchanging parts can be avoided
by:
Tagging each part as the part is
removed.
Using Valve Tray Set J 33163 to
simplify correct valve body reassembly.
Protect the control valve assembly parts from
damage by:
Handling all valves carefully.
Protecting the control valve assembly
parts during removal, cleaning,
inspection, and installation.
Keeping the parts in clean containers
until the parts are installed.
When the valves are installed dry, the weight of
the valves must be sufficient to move the valves
through the valve bores. If the valves do not
move freely, the transmission may be damaged.

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The C1/C2 valve body contains five solenoids, valves,


and spring assemblies. The solenoids are:
C1 BlockingCENL solenoid, black band
C2 BlockingCENL solenoid, black band

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C1OENL trim solenoid

C1 TRIM

C2OENL trim solenoid

C2 TRIM
C2 BLOCKING

Main BoostOENH, green band

C1 BLOCKING
MAIN BOOST
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1. Remove C1 clutch solenoid/C2 clutch solenoid
bracket 1.

2. Remove C1 and C2 blocking solenoid retaining clips 2.

5-10-3

3. Remove C1 and C2 blocking solenoids.

4. Carefully work C1 trim solenoid 3 and C2 trim


solenoid 4 free of the valve body.

4
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5. Remove 6 mm bolt 1 and remove main control


solenoid forked retainer 2.
6. Carefully work main solenoid 3 free of the
valve body.
5-7-13
1

7. Measure the resistance of each solenoid. Replace any solenoid that does not meet specifications (refer to Table 63 and Table 64).
Table 63. C1 Trim/C2 Trim/Main Boost Solenoid
Resistance Table

2
3

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Temperature
C

Temperature
F

Resistance
(Ohms)

32

4.474.81

20

68

4.855.25

40

104

5.235.66

80

176

7.107.90

120

248

8.108.90

Table 64. C1/C2 Blocking Solenoid Resistance

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Temperature
C

Temperature
F

Resistance
(Ohms)

32

19.3521.19

20

68

21.0023.00

40

104

22.6524.81

80

176

24.7629.24

120

248

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d. C1/C2 Valve Body Disassembly
Special Tools Required:
J 46705C1/C2 Trim/Blocking Valve Installer
J 33163Valve Tray Set

CAUTION:
Transmission damage may occur when valve
springs and other parts are mistakenly interchanged. Interchanging parts can be avoided
by:
Tagging each part as the part is
removed.
Using Valve Tray Set J 33163 to
simplify correct valve body reassembly.
Protect the control valve assembly parts from
damage by:
Handling all valves carefully.
Protecting the control valve assembly
parts during removal, cleaning,
inspection, and installation.
Keeping the parts in clean containers
until the parts are installed.
When the valves are installed dry, the weight of
the valves must be sufficient to move the valves
through the valve bores. If the valves do not
move freely, the transmission may be damaged.
1. Position the C1/C2 valve body on the work
surface with the machined surface up.
2. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress C1 blocking
valve spring 3 until retaining clip 1 can be removed. Remove retaining clip 1.

3. Remove C1 blocking valve 2 and spring 3.


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4. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress C2 blocking
valve spring 3 until retaining clip 1 can be removed. Remove retaining clip 1.

5. Remove C2 blocking valve 2 and spring 3.

5-7-15
3
2

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6. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress C2 trim valve
spring 3 until retaining clip 1 can be removed.
Remove retaining clip 1.

7. Remove C2 trim valve 2 and spring 3.


5-7-16
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8. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress C1 trim valve
spring 3 until retaining clip 1 can be removed.
Remove retaining clip 1.

9. Remove C1 trim valve 2 and spring 3.

5-7-17

10. Remove C1 blocking valve 2 and spring 3.


3

11. Inspect the C1/C2 valve body for debris. Remove any debris found.

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e. C1/C2 Valve Body Assembly
1. Install spring 3 into the C1 blocking valve
bore.

2. Install blocking valve 2, smallest diameter end


first.

5-7-18
(Use 5-7-14)
3
2

3. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress valve spring 3.
Insert retaining clip 1. Make sure the retaining
clip is below the valve body surface.

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4. Install spring 3 into the C2 blocking valve


bore.

5. Install blocking valve 2, smallest diameter end


first.
5-7-19
6. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 3.
Insert retaining clip 1. Make sure the retaining
clip is below the valve body surface.

(Use 5-7-15)

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2

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7. Install spring 3 into the C2 trim valve bore.

8. Install C2 trim valve 2, smallest diameter end


first.
9. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 3.
Insert retaining clip 1. Make sure the retaining
clip is below the valve body surface.

5-7-20
3
(Use 5-7-16)
2

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10. Install spring 3 into the C1 trim valve bore.

11. Install C1 trim valve 2, smallest diameter end


first.
12. Align the blade of tool J 46705 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress valve spring 3.
Insert retaining clip 1. Make sure the retaining
clip is below the valve body surface.
13. Turn the C1/C2 valve body machined surface
down.
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14. Lubricate the green O-ring on main boost solenoid 1 with transmission fluid and insert the
solenoid into its bore, connector pins facing
away from the valve bodys smooth, machined,
surface.
5-7-22
(Use 5-7-13)

15. Install solenoid fork retainer 2 and bolt 3.


Tighten bolt 3 to 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).

2
3

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16. Lubricate the O-ring on C1 blocking


solenoid 1. Insert the solenoid into its valve
body bore, connector pins facing away from
the valve bodys smooth, machined surface.

17. Insert solenoid retention clip 2.

5-7-23
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18. Lubricate the O-ring on C2 blocking


solenoid 1. Insert the solenoid into its valve
body bore, connector pins facing away from
the valve bodys smooth, machined, surface.

5-7-24

19. Insert solenoid retention clip 2.


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20. Lubricate the black O-rings on C2 trim solenoid 3 and C1 trim solenoid 4.
21. Insert the solenoids into their valve body bores,
connector pins facing away from the valve
bodys machined surface.

5-10-16

22. Install trim solenoid spring retention plate so


that the retention plate retains C1 and C2 solenoids and fits snugly over dowel pin.

3
4
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f. C1/C2 Valve Body Installation


1. Align bolt holes of C1/C2 valve body 2, separator plate 3, and oil transfer plate 4 with bolts
in the control deck.
2. Install fourteen bolts 1. Tighten bolts to
1013 Nm (710 lb ft).

2
3

5-10-16A
(Use 5-10-)

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615. C1/C2 RELAY VALVE BODY


Special Tools Required:
J 46706Relay and CM Valve Installer
J 33163Valve Tray Set

a. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Removal


1. Remove six bolts 1 retaining the C1/C2 relay
valve body to the control deck.

2. Remove C1/C2 relay valve body 2.


2

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b. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Disassembly
1. Position the C1/C2 relay valve body machined
face down on the work surface.
2. Remove two bolts 1 from C1 pressure
switch 2.

4
2

3. Remove C1 pressure switch 2.


4. Remove two bolts 3 from C2 pressure
switch 4.

5-12-2

5. Remove C2 pressure switch 4.

3
1
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6. Turn the C1/C2 relay valve body smooth surface up.

1
3

7. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress C2 relay valve
spring 1 and remove retaining clip 3.

5-7-30

8. Remove C2 relay spring 1 and valve 2.

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9. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress C1 relay valve
spring 1 and remove retaining clip 3.

1
2

10. Remove C1 relay valve spring 1 and valve 2.


5-7-31

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c. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Assembly
1. Insert C2 relay valve 2 into the relay valve
bore.

1
3

2. Insert C2 relay valve spring 1, no color code,


into the relay valve bore.
3. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in
the retaining clip and compress the relay valve
spring. Install retaining clip 3. Make sure the
clip is below the valve body surface.

5-7-32
(Use 5-7-30)

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4. Insert C1 relay valve 2 into the relay valve


bore.
5. Insert purple color coded C1 relay valve
spring 1 into the C1 relay valve bore.

1
3

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6. Align the blade of tool J 46706 with the slot in


the retaining clip and compress the relay valve
spring. Install retaining clip 3. Make sure the
clip is below the valve body surface.

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7. Lubricate the O-ring on C2 pressure switch 4.


install the pressure switch. onto the valve body.
8. Install two bolts 3 retaining the pressure switch
to the valve body. Tighten bolts 3 to 58 Nm
(4471 lb inch).

4
2

NOTE:
The C3 pressure switch closes at 206.8 +/- 48.3 KPa
(30 +/- 7 psi). Switch resistance in the closed position
is 2 Ohms maximum. Switch resistance in the open
position is 20 kOhms to infinity. On a DVOM, infinity is often indicated by OL (Over Limit).

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(Use removal art)
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9. Lubricate the O-ring on C1 pressure switch 2.
install the pressure switch onto the valve body.

4
2

10. Install two bolts 1 retaining the pressure switch


to the valve body. Tighten bolts 1 to 58 Nm
(4471 lb inch).

5-12-8
(Use Removal Art)

NOTE:

1
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The C3 pressure switch closes at 206.8 +/- 48.3 KPa


(30 +/- 7 psi). Switch resistance in the closed position
is 2 Ohms maximum. Switch resistance in the open
position is 20 kOhms to infinity. On a DVOM, infinity is often indicated by OL (OverLimit).
d. C1/C2 Relay Valve Body Installation
1. Align C1/C2 relay valve body 2 bolt holes with
the bolt holes in the control deck.

2. Install six M8 bolts 1.


2

3. Tighten bolts 1 to 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).


5-12-9
(Use Removal art)

616. INSTALL INTERNAL HARNESS


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a. Install Oil Level Sensor


NOTE:
Install the OLS after the C1/C2 relay valve body is
installed.
1. Install two ferrules 5 into each bolt hole in the
OLS base.

2. Align the bolt holes in bracket 4 with the bolt


holes in the OLS base and install two shoulder
bolts 3. Tighten bolts 3 to 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).

5-7-27 5
(Use 5-7-26)

3. Connect the internal harness to the OLS.


4. Position OLS bracket 4 over the bolt holes in
the control deck and the relay valve body.

4
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5. Install two bolts 1 retaining the OLS to the


control deck. Tighten bolts 1 to 1013 Nm
(710 lb ft).

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b. Install Internal Harness
1. Install two clips and three bolts retaining the
internal wiring harness to the control deck.
Tighten bolts 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).
2. Connect the internal harness to all solenoids,
pressure switches, and RTDs
3. Inspect the O-ring on main connector 1. Replace a damaged O-ring.

MOTOR A TEMP

OIL TEMP

C2 SOLENOID
C1 SOLENOID
C1 BLOCKING SOLENOID
C2 BLOCKING SOLENOID
OLS

BOOST SOLENOID

C2 PRESSURE SWITCH
C1 PRESSURE SWITCH
DEUTSCH
CONNECTOR
MOTOR B TEMP
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4. Inspect O-ring 1 on the main connector.


5. Install main connector 1 into the stator housing
main connector port.

1
2

6. Install panel nut 2 retaining the main connector


to the stator housing. Tighten panel nut tightly
enough to prevent fluid leakage.
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617. DPIM BYPASS


The DPIM bypass prevents excess hydraulic pressure
from building up in the DPIM cooling circuit. When
DPIM cooling circuit pressure exceeds 482.76 kPa
(70 psi) the DPIM bypass opens, exhausting excess
pressure to the sump.
a. DPIM Bypass Removal
1. Remove two bolts 1.
2. Remove stop 2, spring 3, ball 4, and washer 5.

3. Inspect removed parts for wear or damage. Replace any worn or damaged parts.

2
3

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5

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b. DPIM Bypass Installation

1. Install threaded orifice plug 5, small diameter


first into the DPIM bypass bore. Tighten plug 5
to 2429 Nm (1821 lb ft).

5-13-2
4
(Use removal art)

2. Install ball 4, and spring 3 into the DPIM bypass bore.

1
3

3. Install stop 2 so that the stud fits inside


spring 3.
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4. Install two bolts 1. Tighten bolts to 58 Nm


(4872 lb inch).

618. STATOR HOUSING


a. Preparation of Stator Housing for Cleaning
NOTE:
The stator housing motor windings may be damaged by certain solvents, aggressive cleaning techniques, or debris trapped within the windings.
Allison Transmission recommends that stator housing cleaning and electrical testing for re-use qualification be sublet to a qualified motor shop skilled in
motor winding cleaning.

INPUT
HOUSING
MODULE

MAIN
HOUSING
MODULE

CLUTCH
HOUSING
MODULE

1. Remove the following from the stator housing


using procedures described in Section 4 and
Section 5:

REAR
COVER
MODULE

Flywheel Damper Assembly


Input Housing
Rotor A
Rotor B

OIL PAN

CONTROL VALVE
ASSEMBLIES AND
CONTROL DECK
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C1 Clutch Housing
Rear Cover Module
Oil Pan
Valve Bodies
Internal Wiring Harness
Motor Speed Sensors
Filters
Breather
Stator Housing Plugs

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2. Remove solenoid screen filters 1 located in the
control deck of the stator housing.
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3. Remove all pressure taps and plugs from the


stator housing.

OIL TO COOLER PORT


HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX
FOR MOTOR "A"

P2 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

P4 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

OIL FROM DPIM PORT

OIL TO DPIM PORT

NAMEPLATE
OIL FROM COOLER PORT

FILL TUBE PROVISION


MAIN PRESSURE TAP

4. Remove two screws 1 retaining the DPIM bypass to the control deck.
5. Remove stop 2, spring 3, ball 4, and washer 5.

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2
3
4
5

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6. Remove four M8 x 70 mm bolts retaining each


High Voltage Lug Box cover to the stator housing.
7. Remove both the Rotor A and Rotor B High
Voltage Lug Box covers.

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8. On each High Voltage Lug Box, remove exterior panel nut 1 retaining the connector to the
lug box.

9. Remove the connector from the lug box.


10. Loosen HVIL switch panel nut 2. Remove the
HVIL switch.
2

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5-18-7
11. If present, remove four 8 mm bolts 3 retaining
each access plate 2 to the stator housing and remove the access cover and gasket 1.

5-18-8
3

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12. Inspect the stator housing casting for irreparable damage such as cracks or porosity. Do not
use the stator housing if casting damage exists.
13. Measure each motor for isolation resistance using an AMB-45 Amprobe or equivalent. For
each motor, measure between a high-voltage
motor stud and the stator housing. Resistance
must be greater than 100 mega Ohms. If resistance is less than 100 mega Ohms, replace the
stator housing.
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14. Sublet stator housing for cleaning and windings testing as per Allison Electric Drive specification in Appendix B of this manual.

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b. Inspect and Replace Stator
Housing Roller Bearings
Special Tools Required:
J 48149Stator Protector
J 48125Bearing/Race Remover
J 48139Bearing Installer
J 8092Universal Driver

1. Position stator housing so that the roller bearings in the center support are accessible.

A
2

2. If stator housing is qualified to re-use, inspect


roller bearings 2 for damage and replace bearings if wear is excessive or if a roller bearings
is damaged.

A
2

NOTE:
Both center support roller bearing are replaced using the same procedure for each bearing.

5-18-10

SECTION

A-A
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3. Install the stator protector J 48149 ring.

5-18-11

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4. Install the stator protector J 48149 sleeve.


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A

5. Install J 48125 bridge 1 in ID of center support


bearing 2 so that the bridges lip fits under the
roller bearing.

A
1

5-18-13

SECTION

A-A
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6. Install the legs of J 48125 under bearing


rollers.

5-18-14
1

7. Tighten the lead screw until the roller bearing


is free of the center support casting.
8. Remove the roller bearing.

SECTION

A-A
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619. INSTALL STATOR HOUSING


EXTERNAL PARTS
After a stator housing has been cleaned by a motor
shop, plugs and pressure taps must be installed,
O-rings and gaskets must be replaced.
a. Install Pressure Taps and Plugs
1. Install new O-rings on four small pressure taps.
2. Install pressure taps into the stator housing.
Tighten pressure taps 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).
3. Install new O-rings on five large plugs. Install
plug assemblies in stator housing. Torque plug
assemblies 3745 N m (2733 lb ft).

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4. Install a new oil seal for the dipstick.
5. Install new plug and seal in the unused dipstick
provision.

OIL TO COOLER PORT


HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX
FOR MOTOR "A"

P2 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

P4 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

OIL FROM DPIM PORT

OIL TO DPIM PORT

NAMEPLATE
OIL FROM COOLER PORT

FILL TUBE PROVISION


MAIN PRESSURE TAP

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6. Install two new trim solenoid filter screens 1 in


the control deck.
1

7. Seat filter screens 1 by tapping screens lightly


with a small mallet until they seat in their
bores.

5-18-17
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b. Inspect and Install DPIM


Bypass Valve Assembly
1. Inspect DPIM bypass ball, stop, and bolts for
damage. Replace parts as needed.
2. Replace DPIM bypass spring 3 if it is damaged.
Spring free height is 34.49 mm (1.36 inch).
Length under load is 25.70 mm (1.01 inch) with
a spring force of 49.3959.77 N (11.113.44 lb).
3. Install threaded orifice plug 5 and ball 4 into
bypass bore. Tighten plug 5 to 2429 Nm
(1821 lb ft).

2
3
4
5

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4. Install spring 3 onto stop2 and insert into bore.


5. Compress spring 3 manually and thread bolts
evenly to clamp valve stop to bottom of control
deck. Tighten bolts 58 N m (4 6 lb ft).

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c. Install New Lug Box and Access
Cover O-rings and Gaskets
NOTE:
Replace two lug box and access cover O-rings and
gaskets using the same procedure for both lug boxes
and access covers.

1. Remove two screws 1 retaining the lug box to


the stator housing. Remove lug box.

2. Replace O-ring 2 between the lug box and the


stator housing.
3. Reinstall the lug box using two screws 1.
Tighten screws 1 so as to prevent water and dirt
from penetrating the O-ring.
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5-18-20
4. Measure dimension A, between the barrel and
the spacer nut. Adjust the barrel until dimension A is 17.7518.75 mm (0.6990.738 inch).
1

A
2

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5. Install HVIL switch 1 with the switch roller


away from connector hole 2 and with the roller
bracket facing the wall of the lug box. The
panel nut and lock washer must be on the roller
side of the cast-in switch support.

4
2

2
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6. Tighten panel nut 3 to retain HVIL switch 1 in


position.

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7. Install HVIL switch connector O-ring 1 and insert connector 2 into hole 3.

8. Tighten panel nut 4 to retain the connector in


the lug box and to prevent intrusion of water or
dirt.

2
1
3
2

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9. Install a new lug box gasket 1.


10. Align lug box cover 2 with bolt holes and install four bolts 3. Tighten bolts to 2429 Nm
(1821 lb ft).

V10622.00.00

11. Install a new access cover gasket 1.


12. Install four 8 mm x 25 bolts 2. Tighten bolts to
2429 Nm (1821 lb ft).

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71.

INSTALL SUCTION FILTER

1. Inspect O-ring 1 for wear or damage. Replace


O-ring 1 if worn, cut, or otherwise damaged.
Install the suction filter.

2. Install two clips retaining the suction filter to


the control deck.

4-13-1

3. Retain the each clip with one bolt. Tighten


bolts to 1013 Nm (710 lb ft).

72.

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INSTALL OIL PAN

1. Install gasket 4.
1

2. Install oil pan 3.


3. Install thirty-two M8 bolts 1 in the perimeter
of the oil pan. Install four bolts 2. Tighten
bolts to 2429 Nm (1821 lb ft).

4-12-1
3
4
V10662.00.00

73.

INSTALL LUBE FILTER

1. Install cartridge-type lube filter 1.


3

2. Install filter cover 2.


3. Install four M8 bolts 3 into the lube filter cover 2.
Tighten bolts to 2429 Nm (1821 lb ft).

4-11-1
4-11-1
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74.

INSTALL ROTOR B / C1 CLUTCH


HOUSING

1. Position stator housing 2 so that the rear is facing up.


1

2. Install the gasket between stator housing 2 and


C1 clutch housing 1.

4-10-3

3. Attach a sling to the C1 clutch housing assembly.

4-10-3

4. Attach a hoist to the sling and lift the C1 clutch


housing/Rotor B assembly from the work
table.

V10579.00.00

5. Position the Rotor B/C1 clutch housing assembly above the stator housing and carefully
lower the Rotor B/C1 clutch housing assembly
into the Motor B stator until the C1 clutch
housing seats against the stator housing. Remove the sling.
6. Align the bolt holes in the C1 clutch housing
with the bolt holes in the stator housing.

7. Install fifteen M12 x 45 mm bolts 1 into the C1


clutch housing. Tighten bolts to 90110 Nm
(6681 lb ft).
X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

XXXX

DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP.


INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

4-10-2

4-10-2
V10375.00.00.(4-10-2)

8. Install a steel reaction plate of C1 clutch pack 1


into C1 clutch housing 2.
1

4-10-1

9. Alternating a friction plates with a steel reaction, install five friction plates and six steel reaction plates in C1 clutch housing 2.

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75.

INSTALL REAR COVER

1. Install gasket 1, between the rear cover assembly and the C1 clutch housing.

1
4-9-7

4-9-7

4-9-8
4-9-8
V10581.00.00

2. Using a hoist, position the rear cover, bolt


holes aligned, onto the C1 housing assembly.
3. Install eight M10 x 75 mm bolts 1 into the rear
cover. Tighten bolts finger tight.

4-9-3
1
1

4-9-4
4-9-3
1

V10379.00.00

4. Install M10 x 50 mm bolt 1 into rear cover.


5. Tighten bolt finger tight.

4-9-2
4-9-2
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6. Install two M12 x 100 mm bolts 1 into the rear
cover.

7. Tighten bolts finger tight.

X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

XXXX

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

4-9-4

V10377.00.00.(4-9-5)

11

8. Install eighteen M12 x 55 mm bolts 1 into the


rear cover bolt circle.

1
1

9. Tighten all bolts to 90110 Nm (6681 lb ft).


1

1
1

4-9-5

1
1

1
1

4-9-6
4-9-6
495

V10380.00.00(4-9-5)

10. Using a criss-cross pattern, tighten eight


M10 x 75 mm bolts 1 to 5161 Nm (3845 lb ft).

4-9-3
1
1

4-9-4
4-9-3
1

V10379.00.00

11. Tighten two M12 x 100 mm bolts 1 to 90 110 Nm


(6681 lb ft).

X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

XXXX

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

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4-9-4

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12. Tighten M10 x 50 mm bolt 1 to 5161 Nm
( 3845 lb ft).

4-9-2
4-9-2
V10378.00.00.(4-9-2)

76.

INSTALL ROTOR A

1. Position the EV Drive so that the front is up.


2. With Rotor A on the work surface and the input
shaft through the clearance hole in work surface, screw an M16 x 2 eye bolt into the input
shaft.
4-8-2

4-8-2
4-8-2

V10386.00.00(4-9-1)

3. Attach a hoist to the eye bolt.


4. Position Rotor A over the stator housing.

X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

6. Remove the hoist and eye bolt.

XXXX

4-8-1

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

5. Guiding the main shaft into position, install


Rotor A into the stator housing.

4-8-1
4-8-1
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77.

INSTALL INPUT HOUSING

1. Install thrust bearing 1 (72 mm ID).


1

X X X X X X X X TIDO

XXXXX

XXXX

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

4-7-5

4-7-5
4-6-10
V10371.00.00(4-7-5)

2. Install a new stator housing/input housing


gasket.
1
4-7-4

4-6-9
4-6-9
4-7-4

V10376.00.00.(4-7-4)

3. Attach a sling to the input housing.


4. Attach a hoist to the sling.

4-7-3

5. Lift the input housing and position the input


housing on the stator housing.
6. Remove the sling.
4-7-3
4-7-3
V10578.00.00

7. Install twenty-nine M10 x 1.25 x 35 mm


bolts 1 into input housing.
1

8. Evenly tighten the twenty-nine bolts retaining the


input housing to the stator housing to 5161 Nm
(3845 lb ft).

4-7-1

4-7-1

4-6-6
V10660.01.00

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78.

INSTALL INPUT DAMPER

Special Tools Required:


J 38548End Play Gauge

1. Attach a sling to damper assembly 1.


2. Attach a hoist to the sling and position damper
assembly 1 over input housing 2.
3. Lower the damper assembly onto the input
housing, aligning the bolt holes, and remove
the sling.

4-6-5

4-6-5
4-6-5
V10577.00.00

4. Insert a heel bar into an input housing bolt


hole. Insert two bolts into adjacent flexplate
adapter bolt holes. Place a screwdriver between
the bolts and the heel bar so as prevent the input damper from rotating.

4-6-3

4-6-3
4-6-3
4-6-3

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DEPTH MICROMETER
TOOL HEIGHT
(CONSTANT)
J 38548
DIM.

DIM.

B
C

DIM. A
100 MM
(3.937 in.)

V10594.00.00

5. Install the J 38548 sleeve into the input damper


front cover.
6. Install the J 38548 bolt through the sleeve and
into the end of the input shaft. Tighten the bolt
to 2734 Nm (2025 lb ft).
7. Measure from the top of the J 38548 sleeve to
the face of the input shaft. Record this measurement as dimension B. Subtract dimension
B from dimension A, which is the 100 mm
(3.937 inches) height of J 38458, to determine
dimension C.
8. Use dimension C and Table 71 to determine
the correct selective input shim to install.
Table 71.
Dimension C

Use P/N

Shim Step Dimension

0.40930.6597 mm
(0.01610.0260 in.)

29505688

0.000 mm;
NO STEP

0.65980.8377 mm
(0.02610.0330 in.)

29505681

0.1780.228 mm
(0.0070.009 in.)

0.83781.0157 mm
(0.03300.0400 1n.)

29505682

0.3560.406 mm
(0.0140.016 in.)

1.01581.1937 mm
(0.04010.0470 in.)

29505683

0.5340.584 mm
(0.0210.023 in.)

1.19381.3707 mm
(0.04710.0540 in.)

29505684

0.7110.761 mm
(0.0280.030 in.)

1.37081.5487 mm
(0.05410.0610 in.)

29505685

0.8890.939 mm
(0.0350.037 in.)

1.54881.6823 mm
(0.06110.0662 in.)

29505686

1.0671.117 mm
(0.0420.044 in.)

9. Remove J 38458.
10. Install the correct selective shim 2 with the
shim step toward the input shaft.
11. Preventing the input damper assembly from rotating, install bolt 1. Tighten bolt 1 to 135155 Nm
(100114 lb ft).

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12. Make sure the O-ring is installed on the
threaded plug.

13. Install threaded plug and O-ring 1 using a


34 inch Allen wrench.

11

14. Tighten threaded plug to 5060 Nm (3744 lb ft).


4-6-2

4-6-2
4-6-2
4-6-2
V10488.00.00

15. Install shipping brackets 1 to prevent damper


movement.

11

4-6-1

79.

INSTALL CONTROL
MAIN FILTER
4-6-1
4-6-1
4-6-1

Special Tools Required:

V10539.00.00

J 45023 Control Main Filter Wrench

1. Make sure magnet 2 is on the filter attachment


tube.

2. Lubricate the gasket on control main filter 1


with transmission fluid.

3. By hand, install the control main filter until the


gasket contacts the stator housing.

4-5-1

CAUTION:
Turning the control main filter more than ONE
FULL TURN after gasket contact will damage
the filter.

V10479.00.00

4. Using J 45023 or by hand, turn the filter ONE


FULL TURN after gasket contact.

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710. INSTALL OUTPUT
SPEED SENSORS
P7 OUTPUT
SPEED SENSOR

Output speed sensors are labelled on the rear cover P6


and P7.

P6 OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR

a. Install Output Speed Sensors


1. Lubricate the O-ring on the speed sensor with
transmission fluid.
2. Carefully work each speed sensor into its bore
in the rear cover, aligning the bracket bolt hole
with the bolt hole in the rear cover.

V08672.00.00

3. Install the M8 bolt retaining the speed sensor to


the rear cover. Tighten the bolt to 2429 Nm
(1821 lb ft).
4. Connect each speed sensor to the wiring harness. Make sure each speed sensor is connected to the correct lead of the wiring harness.

711. INSTALL MOTOR


SPEED SENSORS
Motor speed sensors are labelled on the stator housing
P1P4. P1 and P2 are for Motor A. P3 and P4 are for
Motor B.

V07608.04.00
P3
SPEED SENSOR

P1
SPEED SENSOR
V07608.04.00

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a. Install Motor Speed Sensors
1. If removed, install each speed sensor in its
bracket.
2. Carefully insert each speed sensor into the
housing. Make sure the bolt hole in the bracket
is aligned with the threaded hole in the housing.
3. Install the M6 bolt retaining each speed sensor
to the housing. Tighten the bolt to 1013 Nm
(710 lb ft).
4. Connect each speed sensor to the wiring harness. Make sure each speed sensor is connected to the correct lead of the wiring harness.

V07584.04.00
P2
SPEED SENSOR

P4
SPEED SENSOR
V07584.04.00

712. INSTALL OUTPUT


YOKE / FLANGE
Special Tools Required:
J 46703 Output Spanner Nut Socket

1. If removed install slinger 5 into yoke or flange.


2. Install output yoke or flange.

3. Install output nut 3.


4. Using tool J 46703, tighten output nut 3 to
340 Nm (251 lb ft).
NOTE:
Tighten but do not loosen output nut 3 to align an
output nut slot with the keyway.

4-4-1

4
3

V10480.00.00

5. Align an output nut slot with the keyway and


install key 2.
6. Install retaining ring 1.

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a. Remove EV Drive From Repair Stand
1. Attach a hoist to the EV Drive and take up
the slack in the hoist.
2. Remove four bolts attaching lifting fixture to
adapter plate. Lift the drive and position the
drive on the work table so that it is resting on
the oil pan.
3. Remove eight M14 x 2.0-6G bolts and remove
lifting fixture (J 46701).

J 46701
J-46701

713. INSTALL THE EV DRIVE


CAUTION:
Whenever an EV Drive is exchanged, or has
undergone repairs, the TCM must have the C1
and C2 clutch and main boost pressure adaptives
reset. This will cause the TCM to erase previous
adaptive information and begin to adapt from
the base calibration. Use Allison DOC For PC
(AED)Service Tool to reset the TCM. Refer to
the user guide for instructions (GN3727EN).
1. Inspect the flexplate adapter, if used, for cracks
or other damage. Replace the flexplate adapter
if cracks or other damage is found.
2. Remove the damper retaining brackets just before the EV Drive is ready to be installed in
the vehicle.

V09873.00.00(5-1-1)

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OF
GENERAL
INDIANAP
OLIS, MOTORS
INDIANA

XX
XX
XX

CORP.

3. Attach the flexplate adapter to the front


damper. Refer to Foldouts 15, 16, and 17 for
the correct bolt torque specification for the engine configuration used.

XX
XX

RING GEAR

FLEXPLATE ADAPTER

4. Align one of the flexplate bolt holes with the


access opening in the engine flywheel housing.

FLEXPLATE
WEAR PLATE
HUB ADAPTER

5. Lubricate the center pilot boss with


molybdenum disulfide grease (Molycote G or
equivalent).

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6. Install an M10 x 1.5 headless guide bolt into
one of the flexplate bolt holes in the flexplate
adapter. Align the guide bolt with the flexplate
hole at the access opening.

RING GEAR

7. Push the EV Drive toward the engine while


guiding the pilot boss on the damper into the
flexplate hub adapter or flywheel and the guide
bolt into the hole in the flexplate (a headless
guide bolt in the engine flywheel housing may
also aid in installing the EV Drive).

FLEXPLATE ADAPTER
FLEXPLATE
WEAR PLATE
HUB ADAPTER

V07586.01.00

8. Seat the EV Drive squarely against the engine flywheel housingno force is required. If
interference is encountered, move the
EV Drive away from the engine and investigate the cause.
9. Align the bolt holes in the damper housing
with those in the engine flywheel housing.
10. Install all EV Drive-to-engine bolts and
washers finger tight (a minimum of ten bolts
are required and must include the two top
bolts).
11. Tighten four bolts, at equally spaced intervals,
around the damper housing bolt circle. Use the
torque value specified by the engine or vehicle
manufacturer.
12. Remove the flexplate guide bolt through the
flywheel housing access opening
13. Replace the guide bolt with a self-locking bolt.
Tighten the bolt finger tight.
14. Rotate the engine crankshaft to install the remaining bolts into the flexplate adapter.
15. After all bolts have been installed finger tight,
tighten the bolts to the torque values specified
in Foldouts 15, 16, or 17 for the engine configuration used.

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16. If used, install the flywheel housing access
cover.
17. Install all bolts, nuts, washers, spacers, isolators, or supports required to support the EV
Drive in the vehicle frame. Tighten bolts to
the torque values recommended by the vehicle
manufacturer.
18. Couple the driveline companion flange or universal joint yoke to the flange or yoke on the
EV Drive. Use bolts and torque values recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
19. Attach high voltage cabling and install lug
housing covers.
20. Attach cooler lines for the EV Drive and the
DPIM.
21. Connect the external wiring harness, including
speed sensors, HVIL switches, and main
EV Drive connector.
a. Fill the EV Drive
1. Make sure the oil pan drain plug is installed
and tightened to the correct torque value.
OPTIONAL
REAR SUPPORT
BRACKET

BREATHER

MOUNTING
PAD

HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX FOR
MOTOR B

2. Make sure a plug is installed and tight in the


unused fill tube provision.
P1 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

NOTE
The amount of fluid required will vary depending
upon hydraulic hose length and cooler capacity.

V07608.04.01
OUTPUT
SPEED
SENSOR
FLYWHEEL

P3 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR
OIL PAN
OIL DRAIN PLUG

FILL TUBE PROVISION

3. Fill the EV Drive with 15 liters (16 quarts) of


approved fluid.

V07608.04.01

4. Perform fluid level check procedures (refer to


Section 3 Preventive Maintenance).

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81.

WEAR LIMITS DATA

a. Maximum Variations. Wear limits information


in this Section shows the maximum wear at which
components are expected to function satisfactorily. Table 81 lists the Wear Limits Data and is referenced to
the exploded views (Foldouts 2 through 11) in the
back of this manual.
b. Maximum Relative Movement. Maximum relative movement between mating splines or between
spline and gear is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch).
c. Cleaning and Inspection. Parts must be clean to
permit effective inspection for wear or damage. Refer
to Section 4.

82.

SPRING DATA

adjacent parts, or permanent set. Discard springs


which do not meet the load height specifications according to Table 82, Spring Data.
b. Inspection. Inspection criteria (load vs. height)
and identification characteristics of the springs are presented in Table 82. The Spring Data are keyed to the
exploded views (Foldouts 2 through 11) in the back of
this manual.

NOTE:
When more than one spring part number is listed
for the same location, refer to the latest edition of
Parts Catalog PC3717EN to determine which
spring is used in your specific assembly number.

a. Spring Replacement. Springs should be replaced


if there are signs of overheating, wear due to rubbing
Table 81. Wear Limits Data
Wear Limit
Illustration
Foldout 2

Description

Front Cover, DamperPilot OD

12

Hub, DamperMinimum OD for the bushing surface of the


damper hub

17

Bushing, Rear Cover, DamperMaximum ID

8, 15

15
8, 15

(inches)

INPUT DAMPER

Foldout 4

mm

50.82350.893

2.0012.004

56.930

2.241

73.20

2.882

Housing, Pump and Gear Set, GerotorMaximum driven


gear diametrical clearance between driven gear (15) and
main pump body (8)

0.36

0.014

Gear Set, GerotorMaximum allowable gear tooth tip


clearance

0.15

0.006

Housing, Pump and Gear Set, GerotorMaximum gear


side clearance from pump housing (8) to driven gear (15)

0.10

0.004

FRONT SUPPORT/PUMP

Housing, PumpMaximum depth of gear cavity

21.458

0.845

15

Gear Set, GerotorMinimum width of drive and driven


pump gears

21.403

0.843

Housing, PumpMaximum ID

114.456

4.506

15

Gear Set, GerotorMinimum OD

114.21

4.496

15

Gear Set, GerotorMaximum distance flat-to-flat across


center of drive gear

42.05

1.656

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Table 81. Wear Limits Data (contd)
Wear Limit
Illustration
Foldout 4

mm

(inches)

FRONT SUPPORT/PUMP (contd)

Bushing, Pump HousingMaximum ID

57.20

2.252

26

Plate, SeparatorMinimum thickness of separator plate.


Thickness of separator plate must not vary more than
0.025 mm per 25 mm x 25 mm area (0.001 inch per 1.0 inch
x 1.0 inch)

4.65

0.183

29

Bushing, Front SupportMaximum ID

51.00

2.008

41.80

1.646

50.688

1.995

33.57

1.322

Carrier Assembly, P1 and Washer, ThrustMaximum endplay between P1 carrier (15) and thrust washer (20) at each
pinion

1.04

0.041

Washer, ThrustMinimum thickness

1.39

0.055

Carrier Assembly, P2 and Washer, ThrustMaximum endplay between P2 carrier (32) and thrust washer (39) at each
pinion

1.04

0.041

39

Washer, ThrustMinimum thickness

1.39

0.055

34

Bushing, P2 SupportMaximum ID

94.250

3.710

51.21

2.016

Foldout 5

ROTOR A

11

Shaft, InputMinimum dimension between flats

11

Shaft, InputMinimum bushing journal OD

12

Bushing, Main ShaftMaximum ID

15, 20
20
32, 39

28, 30

Bushing, P2 Drive HubMaximum ID

25

Shaft, MainMinimum pilot OD

33.385

1.314

25

Shaft, MainMinimum main shaft bushing journal OD

50.925

2.005

25

Shaft, MainMinimum main shaft P3 carrier flange bushing journal OD

44.930

1.769

89.78

3.535

Foldout 11

82

Description

REAR COVER/OUTPUT

42

Yoke AssemblyMinimum seal journal diameter

Plate Assembly, C2 ClutchMaximum friction or reaction


plate cone or distortion

0.25

0.010

Plate, C2 FrictionMinimum oil groove depth

0.23

0.009

Plate, C2 FrictionMinimum thickness

2.425

0.095

Plate, C2 ReactionMinimum thickness

1.925

0.075

C2 Clutch Plate Assembly

30.4532.55

1.1991.281

17

Bushing, Output ShaftMaximum ID

33.57

1.322

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Table 81. Wear Limits Data (contd)
Wear Limit
Illustration
Foldout 6
9, 12

Description

mm

(inches)

ROTOR B
Carrier, P3 and Washer, ThrustMaximum endplay
between P3 carrier (9) and thrust washer (12)

0.94

0.037

16

Flange, P3 CarrierMinimum bushing journal diameter


closest to thrust bearing surface

69.635

2.741

16

Flange, P3 CarrierMinimum bushing journal diameter

65.91

2.595

17

Bushing, P3 Carrier FlangeMaximum ID

45.18

1.779

12

Washer, ThrustMinimum thickness

1.45

0.057

13

Gear Set, P3 PinionMaximum endplay

0.95

0.037

25

Bushing, P3 Ring FlangeMaximum ID of bushing farthest from thrust bearing

66.21

2.607

23

Bushing, P3 Ring FlangeMaximum ID of bushing closest


to thrust bearing

70.06

2.758

Foldout 10

C1 HOUSING

14

Plate, C1 FrictionMinimum thickness

2.425

0.0955

15

Plate, C1 ReactionMinimum thickness

2.410

0.0948

13

Plate Assembly, C1 ClutchMaximum friction or reaction


plate cone or distortion

0.23

0.009

13

C1 Clutch Plate Assembly

26.5928.11

1.0471.107

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84

80, 86,
92, 96
105,
114
113

12

25

11

11

12, 15

22

19

10

Ref.
14

Foldout
3

Spring Assembly, C1 Return

Spring Assembly, C2 Return

Exhaust Backfill

Control Main Regulator/Relief

Trim Valve

Relay (550 Kpa)

Cooler Bypass

Main Relief

Lube Regulator

Main Regulator

Spring
Cooler Bypass

29538716

29538726

29538831

29538829

29541050

29540664

29541066

29538781

29538787

29540623

Part No.
29541066

Yellow

Purple

Light
Blue

Red

Color
Code

12.08

14.50

7.05

12.32

7.78

9.11

9.24

6.53

11.94

11.88

No.
Coils
9.24

Wire Dia.
mm (in.)
1.700.03
(0.070.001)
2.292.39
(0.0900.094)
1.420.05
(0.060.002)
3.050.05
(0.120.002)
1.700.03
(0.070.001)
1.420.03
(0.060.001)
0.890.03
(0.040.001)
1.270.03
(0.050.001)
0.790.03
(0.030.001)
1.3211.371
(0.0520.054)
1.090.03
(0.0430.001)

Table 82. Spring Data


Spring
OD
mm (in.)
13.97
(0.55)
21.59
(0.85)
11.43
(0.45)
21.08
(0.83)
13.97
(0.55)
11.94
(0.47)
11.43
(0.45)
13.72
(0.54)
13.97
(0.55)
10.50
(0.41)
8.76
(0.35)

Approx.
Free
Length
mm (in.)
34.49
(1.36)
71.33
(2.81)
37.27
(1.47)
35.56
(1.40)
34.49
(1.36)
29.65
(1.17)
26.30
(1.04)
48.84
(1.92)
22.13
(0.87)
47.00
(1.85)
30.73
(1.21)
mm (in.)
25.70
(1.01)
35.89
(1.41)
22.89
(0.90)
27.15
(1.07)
25.70
(1.01)
18.24
(0.72)
15.85
(0.62)
21.74
(0.86)
13.69
(0.54)
33.27
(1.31)
23.32
(0.92)

N (lb) min.
54.585.19
(12.271.17)
148.4916.33
(33.383.67)
58.5916.33
(13.173.67)
270.7840.50
(60.879.10)
54.585.19
(12.271.17)
56.057.08
(12.601.59)
9.561.05
(2.150.24)
36.641.55
(8.240.35)
2.780.19
(0.620.43)
1248.2062.41
(280.6114.03)
1067.6053.38
(240.0012.00)

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SECTION 9CUSTOMER SERVICE


91.

OWNER ASSISTANCE

The satisfaction and goodwill of the owners of Allison


transmissions are of primary concern to Allison
Transmission (AT), its distributors, and their dealers.
As an owner of an Allison transmission, you have
service locations throughout the world that are eager to
meet your parts and service needs with:
Expert service by trained personnel
Emergency service 24 hours a day in many

areas

Step TwoIf your problem cannot be resolved readily


at the distributor level without additional assistance,
contact the Allison Transmission Regional Office
responsible for your local distributor. You will be
assisted by a member of the Regional Service
Managers staff, depending on the nature of your
problem.
For prompt assistance, please have the following
information available:
Name and location of authorized distributor

or dealer

Complete parts support

Type and make of equipment

Sales teams to help determine your power

requirements

Transmission model number, serial number,

and assembly number

Product information and literature

Refer to the Worldwide Sales and Service Directory


(SA2229EN) or the Allison transmission web site
www.allisontransmission.com for a current listing of
Allison Transmission authorized distributor and service
dealers. This directory is available from SGI, Inc.
Normally, any situation that arises in connection with
the sale, operation, or service of your transmission will
be handled by the distributor or dealer in your area
(check the telephone directory for the Allison
Transmission service outlet nearest you).
We recognize, however, that despite the best intentions
of everyone concerned, misunderstandings may occur.
To further assure your complete satisfaction, we have
developed the following three-step procedure to be
followed in the event you have a problem that has not
been handled satisfactorily.
Step OneDiscuss the problem with a member of
management from the distributorship or
dealership. Complaints are frequently the result of a
breakdown in communication and can be quickly
resolved by a member of management. If you have
already discussed the problem with the Sales or Service
Manager, contact the General Manager. All AT dealers
are associated with an AT distributor. If the problem
originates with a dealer, explain the matter to a
management member of the distributorship with whom
the dealer has his service agreement. The dealer will
provide his AT distributors name, address, and
telephone number on request.

Transmission delivery date and

accumulated miles and/or hours of


operation
Nature of problem
Chronological summary of unit's history

Step ThreeIf you contacted a regional office and


you are still not satisfied, present the entire matter in
writing or by phone to the Home Office:
Manager, Warranty Administration
Allison Transmission
P. O. Box 894, Mail Code 462-470-PF9
Indianapolis, IN 46206-0894
Phone: 1-800-252-5283
The inclusion of all pertinent information will assist the
Home Office in expediting the matter. If an additional
review by the Home Office of all the facts involved
indicates that some further action can be taken, the
Regional Office will be advised.
When contacting the Regional or Home Office, please
keep in mind that ultimately your problem will likely
be resolved at the distributorship or dealership utilizing
their facilities, equipment, and personnel. Therefore, it
is suggested that you follow the above steps in
sequence when experiencing a problem.
Your purchase of an Allison Transmission product is
greatly appreciated, and it is our sincere desire to
assure complete satisfaction.

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92.

SERVICE LITERATURE

Table 91. EP 40/50 Series Literature

Additional service literature is available (see Table 91).


This service literature provides fully illustrated
instructions for the operation, maintenance, service,
overhaul, and parts support for your transmission. To
be sure that you get maximum performance and service
life from your unit, you may order publications from:

Automatic Transmission Fluid


Technicians Guide

GN2055EN

*Operators Manual

OM3491EN

Principles of Operation

PO3603EN

*Parts Catalog

PC3717EN

SGI, Inc.
Attn: Allison Literature Fulfillment Desk
8350 Allison Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46268
TOLL FREE: 888-666-5799
INTERNATIONAL: 317-471-4995

Parts Catalog CD-ROM

CD3717EN

Service Manual

SM3602EN

Service Manual (ESS)

SM4162EN

Troubleshooting Manual

TS3715EN

92

*Also available on the Internet at www.allisontransmission.com

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APPENDIX
STATOR
BSTATOR
HOUSING
HOUSING
RE-USE REUSE
REQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENTS
Prior to reassembly of the Ev Drive the following
procedures must be completed to make sure the
stator assemblies are reusable. This document outlines the required inspections and electrical qualification tests that must be performed.
Visual Inspection
Inspect the stator windings for the following:
1. Burninspect end windings and stator core for
evidence of burns or discoloration due to heat. If
evidence of burn is detected, do not reuse the stator assembly.
2. Debrisinspect the end windings for debris. If
visible debris or evidence of debris (nicked wires)
is detected on the stator windings, do not reuse the
stator assembly. If visible debris or evidence of debris (nicked wires) is not detected on the stator
windings, follow the steps outlined in the electrical qualification test.
Electrical Qualification Tests

Stator hi-pot and surge test voltages (voltage tolerance +/-25V)

Stator Test Voltage


Operational voltage peak to
peak (for reference only)

AC Test
Voltage
1200V

DC Test
Voltage
1650V

675V

930V

4. Measure resistance between phase 1 to 2, 2 to 3,


and 3 to 1. Resistance must be between 53.2 x 10-3
and 58.8 x 10-3 Ohms corrected to 25C. Imbalance
between resistance measurements must not exceed
1.5 percent calculated using (RMAX/RAVERAGE).
5. Motor RTD:
Resistance measured across the RTD leads should
range from 107113 Ohms.

NOTE: All electrical tests must be performed between 1930C (6686F).

Cleaning Requirements

1. Surge Test all three phases at voltage and condition as follows:

NOTE: All chemicals used in the cleaning process


must not contain silicone. Silicone contamination of
the stator assembly will result in deteriorated transmission fluid life.

Surge testing shall be performed in both the forward and reverse direction. For both phase 1 to 2
and phase 2 to 3 in both directions, the imbalance
ratio between surge period measurements shall be
between 94 percent and 106 percent. Calculated
using:

Test Instrument Requirements

Resistance (R)0.001 Ohms using a balanced


bridge method.

Forward Ratios: Forward Return 2/Forward Return 1 &


Forward Return 3/Forward Return 1

Impedence (Z)at least 3 Ohms impedence.

Reverse Ratios: Reverse Return 2/Reverse Return 1 &


Reverse Return 3/Reverse Return 1

Inductance (L)at least 1 mH inductance

2. Test stator for corona inception between 825875


VAC. No corona inception can be detected.

Phase Angle (Fi)from 0 to 90 degrees.

Insulation Resistance (MegOhms)from 0 to


at least 100 mega Ohms.

Current/Frequency Response (I/F)frequency


doubling test with a range of 15 to 50
precent reduction in current.

3. Hi-Pot test all three phase leads combined with


ground to stator housing assembly. Test duration
should be between 1.0 and 1.5 seconds. Test voltage and condition as follows, maximum allowable
real leakage current of 15.0 x 10-6 amps.

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Stator Qualification Electrical Test

4. Phase to Phase Resistance

NOTE: All electrical tests must be performed between 1930C (6686F).


Phase

1. Surge Test

AB
Passed

Motor A
Motor B

BC
CA
Phase to Phase Resistance Imbalance

2. Corona Test

IMBALANCE = RMAX/RAVG) < 1.5%


Passed

Motor A
Motor B
3. Hi-Pot Test

5. Motor RTD

Motor RTD
Passed

Motor A
Motor B

Motor A R1
Motor A R2
Motor B R1
Motor B R2

B2

Measured Resistance
()
(0.05320.0588)

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Measured
Resistance ()
(107113)

APPENDIX CE V DRIVE POST-OVERHAUL TESTING


Perform the following tests after completing an overhaul of the EV Drive as outlined in the EV Drive
Service Manual. The Motor Isolation test must be performed before installing the EV Drive into the vehicle chassis. After installing the EV Drive into the vehicle chassis, perform the In-Vehicle Tests.

1. Motor Spin Test


With the vehicle ignition ON, engine not running,
Use Allison DOC for PC (AED) to perform motor spin tests on motors A & B. Confirm that both
motors successfully pass the spin test and that a
speed measurement is observed in the data monitor screen. If no DTCs are logged, perform the Engine Start-Up test.

Motor Isolation Test

Using the AMB 45 Amprobe (high impedance


measuring device), measure the isolation
resistance of Motors A & B to the stator
housing.

2. Engine Start-Up

With the vehicle ignition ON, depress the


engine start button. The EP System performs a
motor diagnostic test and begins engine
cranking if the motor diagnostic test is
successful.

Make sure the following vehicle conditions exist


before performing the In-Vehicle Tests.

Allow the engine to idle at its low idle setting


for 5 minutes.

EV Drive properly installed in the vehicle

Vehicle parked on a level surface with wheels


on the ground

Determine that the transmission fluid level is


correct, add or drain fluid until the fluid level
is correct.

Vehicle driveline installed

Vehicle parking brake applied

Using Allison DOC for PC (AED), check


for any DTCs. If no DTCs are logged, perform
the Main Pressure Schedule Test.

Transmission fluid level correct

EV Drive C1, C2, and Main Boost adaptives


reset using Allison DOC for PC (AED).

No EP System fault codes are active.


Troubleshoot and diagnose any active
diagnostic trouble codes.

All EV Drive adaptation equipment properly


installed including; flex-plates, ring gear,
chassis signal harness, high voltage
harnessing.

All DPIM and ESS signal and high voltage


cabling is properly installed.

Motor Isolation resistance must exceed


100 mega Ohms between the motors and the
stator housing.

In-Vehicle Test Procedures

3. Main Pressure Schedule Check

Install pressure gauges capable of accurately


reading fluid pressures defined in Table C1.
Confirm that the following pressure schedules
are met with EV Drive in neutral while
operating the engine at the speeds defined
below.

Full Main Boost Test must be commanded


used Allison DOC for PC (AED) Action
Requests.

Table C1. Pressure Schedule (Minimum Acceptable)


Engine Input
Speed
(rpm)
19502000

Range

Full Boost
Main Pressure
(kPa)

Low Main
Pressure
(kPa)

Lube Pressure
(kPa)

Control Main
Pressure
(kPa)

C1 / C2
Backfill
(kPa)

2030 (294 psi)

770 (112 psi)

30 (4 psi)

495 (72 psi)

8 (1 psi)

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P3 SPEED SENSOR
P1 SPEED SENSOR

V10552.00.00

OIL TO COOLER PORT


HIGH VOLTAGE
LUG BOX
FOR MOTOR "A"

P2 MOTOR A
SPEED SENSOR

C2 PRESSURE TAP
C1 PRESSURE TAP
P4 MOTOR B
SPEED SENSOR

OIL TO DPIM PORT/LUBE PRESSURE TAP


OIL FROM DPIM PORT
NAMEPLATE
OIL FROM COOLER PORT

FILL TUBE PROVISION


MAIN PRESSURE TAP

Figure 1. Pressure Tap Locations

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4. C1 and C2 Clutch Apply Test

6. Post Test Drive Inspection

Install pressure gauges capable of accurately reading


the fluid pressures defined in Table C2. With the
EV Drive in neutral and using Allison DOC for PC
(AED) Action Requests menu, perform a clutch test and
confirm the pressure schedules in Table C2 are met.

Confirm that the transmission fluid level is correct using the PBSS or Allison DOC for PC (AED). Inspect the EV Drive for fluid leaks at the following locations:

Table C2. C1 and C2 Pressure Schedule


Engine
Input Speed
C1 Pressure
(rpm)
Range
kPa (psi)
755795

C2 Pressure
kPa (psi)

Main 70 (10) Main 70 (10)

Output seal
Bell housing (input seal)
Cooler out port (transmission input

housing)
Cooler return port
Lube filter housing

5. Final Test Drive

Control Main Filter

Perform final test drive using Allison DOC for PC


(AED) to monitor the following:
Variable
Sump Oil Temperature
Motor A/B Temperature
EV Drive Fluid Level
C1 slip speed
C2 slip speed
Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Value Range
<149F (65C)
<212F (100C)
+/ 1 quart
0 in Mode 1
0 in Mode 2
None

Lube outlet port to DPIM (stator housing)


Lube return port from DPIM (oil pan)
Drain plug

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APPENDIX DBIPD AND DIPD TEST PROCEDURES


D1.

BIPD INTRODUCTION

When installing an Energy Storage System (ESS)


potentially damaging voltages must be prevented from
being applied to various low voltage system
interconnection points.

When connected and then energized, the BIPD performs a one second illumination test of all indicator
lamps.

D3.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

The Battery Pack Installation Protection Device


(BIPD) tests for the presence of any potentially damaging voltages. The BIPD interfaces to the system by
way of the ESS low voltage connectors and wiring
harnessing.

The BIPD connects to the system wiring harness in the


same manner as the ESS. To ensure a meaningful test
all wiring installation and any other vehicle construction that could potentially damage system wiring must
be completed before testing with the BIPD.

The BIPD is used after the system is completed but before the ESS is connected to the system wiring. The
BIPD is connected to the low voltage control system
wiring in place of the ESS. The systems low voltage
supply is energized, and the vehicle ignition switch is
turned on. BIPD testing confirms that the low voltage
wiring harness contains no mis-wiring, shorts, or
grounds that could damage the ESS.

Use the BIPD to test the vehicle low voltage harness


installation after any maintenance or modification that
affects Energy Storage System low voltage interface
wiring.

The BIPD provides a visual indication verifying that


no potentially damaging voltages could be applied to
the ESS low voltage system interconnection points.
The BIPD does not prove that a wiring installation
is correctly installed for proper ESS operation.

D2.

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

The BIPD detects the presence of voltage levels above


or below those allowed on any single pin, or
combination of pins associated with the Battery Pack
low voltage system interconnections. Table D1
provides a listing of the maximum, minimum, and
failure voltages for each interconnection point.
The BIPD provides a visual indication of the following:
1. Proper low voltage supply and ground connections to the system
2. Supply power within proper voltage range
3. Proper system initial conditions met
4. No improper voltage applied to any applicable
pin(s)
NOTE:
A failed test turns off the associated indicator lamp.

a. BIPD Test Procedure


A BIPD test cannot be conducted with the ESS
connected to the low voltage wiring harness. Disconnect the low voltage wiring harness from the
ESS before conducting a BIPD test.
b. Establish Proper Initial Test Conditions
Various BIPD display combinations may exist as
proper initial system conditions for testing. These
displays are evaluated in subsequent operations
and may be ignored until initial test conditions are
established.
1. Ensure all 12VDC and/or 24VDC power-interrupting devices, power cut-off switches, circuit
breakers, etc. are configured for normal system
operation of the test system.
2. Connect the BIPD to the ESS low voltage harness connector.
3. Turn the vehicle Ignition ON. Transit buses
use Day Run or Night Run.
c. BIPD Test Result Summary
If all four BIPD display lamps illuminate, the low
voltage harness does not contain voltages that
could damage a Battery Pack.
NOTE:
BIPD testing does not verify that the vehicle wiring
is correct. It is only verifies that potentially damaging voltages will not be applied to the ESS through
the low voltage interface.

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If any of the four BIPD display lamps is not illuminated, the vehicle low voltage wiring interface
contains errors that could damage the ESS. Low
voltage wiring harness errors must be located and
corrected before installing the ESS.

The Supply Voltage OK lamp will not


illuminate if any of the following improper
conditions exist:
12V supply voltage is less than 10VDC
12V supply voltage is greater than 18VDC

d. BIPD Test Result Evaluation


1. Power Circuits OK Lamp

24V supply voltage is less than 18VDC

An illuminated Power Circuits OK lamp indicates that each of the 12V supply and return
pins and each of the 24V supply and return
pins are properly connected.
The Power Circuit OK lamp will not illuminate
if any of the following improper conditions
exist:

No 12V supply pin is connected.

3. Setup OK Lamp
An illuminated Setup OK lamp indicates the
vehicle ignition signal is properly applied.
The Setup OK lamp will not illuminate if any
of the following improper conditions exist:

Either of the two 12V supply pins are not


Vehicle Ignition is not on or turned to Day

connected or are improperly connected to


another electrical point within the system

Run or Night Run

Any one of the three 12V ground pins are

No 12V or 24V Return pin is connected

not connected or are improperly connected


to another electrical point within the system
Any one of the three 24V supply pins are

not connected or are improperly connected


to another electrical point within the system
Any one of the three 24V return pins are not

connected or are improperly connected to


another electrical point within the system
12V supply voltage is less than 10VDC
12V supply voltage is greater than 18VDC

NOTE:
The BIPD will function with any one 12V supply
and any one 12V return pin connected correctly.

NOTE:
The vehicle ignition power is applied to Pin E. The
BIPD must detect 12V (nominal) before the Setup
OK lamp will illuminate.
4. Test Result OK Lamp
An illuminated Test Result OK lamp indicates
that no potentially damaging voltage has been
detected on any DPIM low voltage pin.
The Test Result OK lamp will not illuminate if
any of the following improper conditions exist:
A potentially damaging voltage is detected

at any low voltage interface pin

2. Supply Voltage OK Lamp


An illuminated Supply Voltage OK lamp indicates that the 12V and 24V supply voltages are
within acceptable limits.

D2

12V supply voltage is less than 10VDC


12V supply voltage is greater than 18VD

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Table D1. Maximum/Minimum Allowable Voltages

Connector Pin

Signal Name

Maximum
Allowable
Voltage

Minimum
Allowable
Voltage

Test Fail Voltage

CAN HI

18VDC

N/A

17VDC

CAN LO

18VDC

N/A

17VDC

CAN Shield

0VDC

N/A

2VDC

ES Relay Closed

N/A

N/A

N/A

Ignition

N/A

N/A

N/A

+12V Battery Supply

18VDC

9VDC

17VDC/10VDC

+12V Battery Return

N/A

N/A

N/A

+12V Battery Return

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

ES Wake-Up

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

+12V Battery Supply

18VDC

9VDC

17VDC/10VDC

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

+12V Battery Return

N/A

N/S

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

+24V Battery Return

N/A

N/A

N/A

+24V Battery Supply

N/A

18VDC

18VDC

+24V Battery Supply

N/A

18VDC

18VDC

+24V Battery Supply

N/A

18VDC

18VDC

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

+24V Battery Return

N/A

N/A

N/A

+24V Battery Return

N/A

N/A

N/A

No Connection

N/A

N/A

N/A

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D4.

DIPD INTRODUCTION

Before connecting a Dual Power Inverter Module


(DPIM), system control wiring must be tested to prevent damaging voltages from being applied to various
low voltage system interconnection points.
The DPIM Installation Protection Device (DIPD) tests
for the presence of any damaging voltages. The DIPD
interfaces to the system by way of the DPIM low voltage connectors and wiring harnessing.
The DIPD is used after the system is completed but
before the DIPM is connected to the system control
wiring. The DIPD is connected to the low voltage control system wiring in place of the DPIM. The systems
low voltage supply is energized, and the vehicle ignition switch is turned on. DIPD testing confirms that
the low voltage wiring harness contains no mis-wiring,
shorts, or grounds that could damage the DPIM.
The DIPD detects the presence of voltage levels,
above the maximum allowed on any single pin, or
combination of pins associated with the DPIM low
voltage system interconnections. In some instances, a
voltage significantly lower than the maximum allowable will be considered a failure if that voltage level is
indicative of improper wiring. Table D2 provides a
listing of the (nominal/maximum) voltage failure set
point for each interconnection point.
The DIPD provides a visual indication verifying that
no potentially damaging voltages could be applied to
the DPIM low voltage system interconnection points.
The DIPD does not prove that a wiring installation
is correctly installed for proper ESS operation.

D5.

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

The DIPD simulates the 12V sensor supply voltages


normally supplied by the DPIM internal circuitry and
makes appropriate measurements to ensure this power
has not been inadvertently routed to another interconnection point on the DPIM which could be damaged
by the application of 12VDC.
The DIPD provides a visual indication of the following:
Proper low voltage supply and ground

connections to the system


Supply power within proper voltage range
D4

Proper system initial conditions met


No improper voltage applied to any applicable

pin(s)
NOTE:
A failed test turns off or blinks the associated indicator lamp.
When connected and then energized, the DIPD performs a one second illumination test of all indicator
lamps.

D6.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

The DIPD connects to the control system by way of


three low voltage connectors that are mated to the system harnessing in the same manner as a DPIM. These
connectors are designated as J1 (Red, 32-pin),
J2 (Gray, 32-pin) and J3 (Black, 24-pin)
All wiring installation and any other construction efforts which could damage system wiring, must be
completed throughout the entire vehicle before conducting DIPD testing.
Use the DIPD to test the vehicle low voltage harness
installation after any maintenance or modification that
affects Energy Storage System low voltage interface
wiring.
a. DIPD Test Procedure
DIPD testing requires that a DPIM is not connected to the low voltage wiring harness. If a
DPIM is connected, the DPIM must be fully deenergized and the low voltage wiring harness connectors (J1, J2, and J3) disconnected from the
DPIM before testing.
b. Establish Proper Initial Test Conditions
Various DIPD display combinations may exist as
proper initial system conditions for testing are being established in the steps below. These displays
are evaluated in subsequent operations and may
be ignored until initial test conditions are established.
1. Ensure all 12VDC and/or 24VDC power-interrupting devices, power cut-off switches, circuit
breakers, etc. are configured for normal system
operation of the test system.

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Table D2. Maximum Allowable Voltage To Prevent Damage To DPIM
Maximum
Connector Allowable
J1 pin
Voltage

Test Fail
Maximum
Voltage Connector Allowable
(Max)
J2 pin
Voltage

Test Fail
Maximum
Voltage Connector Allowable
(Max)
J3 pin
Voltage

Test
Fail
Voltage
(Max)

7V

5V

7V

5V

32V

18V

7V

5V

7V

5V

32V

18V

7V

5V

7V

5V

25V

18V

7V

5V

7V

5V

25V

18V

No
connection

N/A

No
connection

N/A

32V

18V

25V

5V

25V

5V

32V

18V

14V

14V

14V

14V

32V

5V

32V

3V

32V

3V

25V

5V

25V

5V

25V

5V

25V

5V

10

14V

14V

10

14V

14V

10

No
connection

N/A

11

25V

5V

11

25V

5V

11

No
connection

N/A

12

14V

14V

12

14V

14V

12

32V

5V

13

32V

5V

13

32V

5V

13

32V

3V

14

No
connection

N/A

14

No
connection

N/A

14

18V

18V

15

10V

5V

15

10V

5V

15

18V

18V

16

No
connection

5V

16

No
connection

5V

16

32V

N/A

17

32V

3V

17

32V

3V

17

32V

N/A

18

32V

3V

18

32V

3V

18

32V

N/A

19

7V

5V

19

7V

5V

19

32V

N/A

20

7V

5V

20

7V

5V

20

32V

N/A

21

32V

3V

21

32V

3V

21

32V

N/A

22

32V

8V

22

32V

8V

22

32V

3V

23

14V

5V

23

14V

5V

23

18V

18V

24

32V

3V

24

32V

3V

24

18V

18V

25

32V

8V

25

32V

8V

26

14V

5V

26

14V

5V

Copyright 2007 Allison Transmission, Inc.

D5

E P 40/50 SYSTEM SERVICE MANUAL


Table D2. Maximum Allowable Voltage To Prevent Damage To DPIM (contd)
Maximum
Connector Allowable
J1 pin
Voltage

D6

Test Fail
Maximum
Voltage Connector Allowable
(Max)
J2 pin
Voltage

Test Fail
Maximum
Voltage Connector Allowable
(Max)
J3 pin
Voltage

27

32V

8V

27

32V

8V

28

14V

5V

28

14V

5V

29

32V

3V

29

32V

3V

30

32V

3V

30

32V

3V

31

10V

5V

31

10V

5V

32

32V

5V

32

32V

5V

Copyright 2007 Allison Transmission, Inc.

Test
Fail
Voltage
(Max)

F OLDOUT 1

10
11

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

12

13

14

Flywheel Damper Assembly


Input Housing
Front Support Assembly
Motor A
P1 Planetary
P2 Planetary
Main Shaft
Motor B
P3 Planetary
C1 Clutch Housing
C1 Clutch
C2 Clutch
Rear Cover
Output Shaft
Stator Housing
Oil Pan
Control Valve Bodies
Main Pump Assembly
Input Shaft
Control Deck
15

16

17

19

18

V07180.03.00

Foldout 1. Allison Electric Drives

F OLDOUT 2

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Plug, Pilot, Threaded, D


O-ring, 34.6 ID
Bolt Heavy Hx Flange Hd, M16 x 2 x 30, A
Selective Shim, Turbine
Selective Shim, Turbine, 5.448 mm (0.214 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 5.270 mm (0.207 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 5.092 mm (0.200 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.914 mm (0.193 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.736 mm (0.186 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.559 mm (0.179 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.381 mm (0.172 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.203 mm (0.165 inch)
Selective Shim, Turbine, 4.0 mm (0.157 inch)
Damper Assembly, Input, Complete
Front Cover assembly
Flywheel
Dowel pin, 10 x 24
Thrust bearing, 74 mm ID
Damper assembly
Bolt, M8 x 1.25 x 20, C
Damper hub
Thrust bearing, 104 mm ID
O-ring, 330 mm ID
Input damper back housing assembly
Housing
Back housing bushing, 73 mm ID
Bolt, M8 x 1.25 x 20, B

Torque

Nm

lb ft

A
B
C
D

135155
2429
3541
5060

100114
1821
2630
3744

5
3 4

7
8

10

11
12
9

13

14
16

15

17
18

V09788.00.00

Foldout 2. Input Damper

F OLDOUT 3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Bolt, M10 x 1.25 x 25, A


Damper shipping bracket
Shipping plug, SAE No. 16
Bolt, M10 x 1.25 x 35, A
Input housing module
Input housing assembly
Pressure tap plug
Straight thread plug
O-ring 9 mm ID
Input housing
Cooler bypass plug
O-ring, 22 mm ID
Steel ball
Cooler bypass spring
Cooler bypass stop
Plug
Pin, 316 x 1.74 inch
Input housing gasket
Input housing O-ring
Gasket

2
1

6
4

8
7
9

16

19

12

13

Nm

lb ft

5161

3835

20

19

15
14
17

11

16

Torque

10

16

18
V09789.00.00

Foldout 3. Input Housing

F OLDOUT 4
13
12
11

10

4
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Front support/pump assembly


Pump assembly
O-ring, 126 mm OD
Thrust bearing, 74 mm ID
Input oil seal
Pump and bushing assembly
Pump housing bushing, 57 mm ID
Pump housing
Main regulator valve
Main regulator valve spring
Main regulator valve stop
O-ring, 22 mm ID
Pin, 316 x 1.74 mm
Dowel pin, 10 x 24 mm
Gerotor gear set
Pin, 716 x 1.74
O-ring, 17mm ID
Lube regulator valve stop
Lube regulator valve spring
Lube regulator valve
Ball
Main relief valve spring
Main relief valve stop
O-ring, 22 mm ID
Pin, 316 x 1.74
Separator plate
Front support assembly
Front support
Front support bushing, 51 mm ID
Bolt, front support, M10 x 1.5 x 45
Assembly, roller bearing
Bolt, front support to input housing, M10 x 1.5 x 75

25
24
23
14

22
21

15
14
20
19
18
17
16
26

28

27

29

30

31

32
V09787.00.00

Foldout 4. Front Support/Pump

F OLDOUT 5
2
3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Rotor A assembly
Thrust bearing, 72 mm ID
Rotor A hub and P2 ring
P2 ring gear
Bolt, M8 x 1.25 x 20 (12), A
Input shaft assembly
Retaining ring, 175 mm ID
Thrust bearing, 104 mm ID
O-ring, 25 mm ID
Input shaft assembly
Input shaft
Main shaft bushing, 33.5 mm ID
P1 ring gear
Thrust bearing, 64.0 mm ID
P1 carrier assembly
P1 carrier
P1 carrier spindle (4)
Retaining ring, 152 mm OD
Dowel pin, 3.10 x 11.13 mm (4)
Thrust washer (8)
Roller bearing assembly (8)
P1 pinion gear set
Thrust bearing, 64.0 mm ID
P1 sun gear

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Main shaft
Retaining ring, 175 mm ID
P2 Drive hub assembly
P2 Drive hub bushing 51 mm ID
P2 drive hub
P2 Drive hub bushing, 51 mm ID
Thrust bearing, 64.0 mm ID
P2 carrier assembly
P2 carrier and bushing assembly
P2 support bushing, 94 mm ID
P2 carrier
P2 carrier spindle (4)
Retaining ring, 152 mm OD
Dowel pin, 3.892 x 6.35 (4)
P2 thrust washer (8)
P2 roller bearing assembly (8)
P2 pinion gear set
Thrust bearing, 64.0 mm ID
P2 sun gear
Thrust bearing, 64.0 mm ID

Torque
A

Nm
2429

5
20
21

17

22
20

19

18

7
6

14

16

15

9
10
11

23
24
13

12

39
40

36

25

41
38

lb ft
1821

39

35

37

33

34

26
32
28

27

29

30

42
31

43
44

V09790.00.00

Foldout 5. Rotor A

F OLDOUT 6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Rotor B assembly
Rotor B hub and flange
Bolt, M8 x 1.25 x 20 (12), A
Rotor B flange
P3 sun gear shaft
Thrust bearing, 72.0 mm ID
P3 output flange
P3 Carrier assembly
P3 carrier
P3 carrier spindle (4)
Dowel pin, 3.10 x 11.13 mm (4)
Thrust washer (8)
P3 pinion gear set
Roller bearing (8)
P3 output flange
P3 carrier flange
Flange bushing (2)
Retaining ring
Thrust bearing, 104 mm ID
P3 ring gear assembly
P3 ring gear
P3 ring gear flange assembly
P3 ring gear flange bushing, 70 ID
P3 ring gear flange
P3 ring gear flange bushing, 66 mm ID
Retaining ring, 188 mm groove dia
Thrust bearing, 104 mm ID
Thrust bearing, 104 mm ID

Torque
A

Nm
2429

3
1
2
4

6
28

8
19
9
7

15

17

27

16
10
12

11

17

18

13

20
14
12

lb ft
1821

21

23

22

24
25

26

V09791.00.00

Foldout 6. Rotor B

F OLDOUT 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Stator housing assembly


Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Cable housing cover gasket
High voltage connector cover
Cover assembly bolt
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
O-ring, Uniform No. 017
Insulator, High Voltage Stud
Ring, Retaining External
Nut, HV stud
O-ring, 101.26 ID
Seal, lugbox splitline
Cable housing
O-ring
Socket Hd cap screw, 10-24, A
Switch assembly, HVIL
Spacer, HVIL switch
Gasket, cable housing
Cover, cable housing
Bolt, metric flanged large Hx Hd 5
Socket Hd cap screw, 10-24, A
O-ring
Stator housing roller bearing
Harness assembly RTD
Secondary lock
Terminal, M M/P 150 clip slot
Connector, 2M M/P 150 clip slot
Connector, 2M M/P 150 clip slot
Terminal, M M/P 150 clip slot
Secondary lock
Cover, cable housing
Cover, high voltage connector
Bolt, cover assembly
Pan guide spring pin, 316 x 12
Pan guide spring pin, 316 x 12
Screw, self seal Hx flange, M8 x 1.25 x 25
Screw, self seal Hx flange, M8 x 1.25 x 25
Screw, self seal Hx flange, M8 x 1.25 x 25
O-ring, uniform No. 107
Insulator, high voltage stud
Ring, retaining external
Nut, HV stud
O-ring, 101.26 ID
Seal, lug box splitline
Cable housing
O-ring
Socket Hd cap screw, 10-24, A
Cable housing cover gasket
Cable housing cover
Bolt, flanged large Hx Hd, M8 x 1.25 x 70, C
HVIL switch assembly
HVIL switch spacer
Stator housing roller bearing
Harness assembly, RTD
Lock, secondary
Terminal, M M/P 150 clip slot

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118

Connector, 2M M/P 150 clip slot


Connector, 2M M/P 150 clip slot
Terminal, M M/P 150 clip slot
Lock, secondary
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Plug assembly
O-ring, 8.92 ID
Plug, straight thread, B
Motor speed sensor assembly
O-ring, 15.6 ID
Motor speed sensor clip
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1 x 12, A
Motor speed sensor cover
Motor speed sensor shipping cover
Oil vent assembly
Motor speed sensor assembly
O-ring, 15.6 ID
Clip, sensor, motor speed
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1 x 12, A
Motor speed sensor cover
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Nameplate
Rivet
Motor speed sensor assembly
O-ring, 15.6 ID
Motor speed sensor clip
Motor speed sensor cover
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1 x 12, A
Plug assembly
O-ring, 8.92 ID
Plug, straight thread, B
Plug assembly
O-ring, 8.92 ID
Plug, straight thread, B
Fill tube seal
Oil fill hole plug
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread, B
Packing, O-ring, 8.92 ID
Plug assembly
Plug, straight thread O-ring boss, B
O-ring, 16.4 ID
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1 x 12, A
Motor speed sensor cover
Motor speed sensor clip
Motor speed sensor assembly
O-ring, 15.6 ID
Shipping cover

74

71
68
1

72
73

69 70

80

76
78

7
9

63

27

23

10

24

26

8
25

2
66

79

77

64

67

81

61
62

75

65

22
21
20

58

19

60
12
13

59

28

18

11

29

17
16

57

15

55

56

48
51 50 49

52

14

46

47

82

83

45
44

54 53

118

8788

30

112
111
110

85

43
107

116 117

31

42

106
115
114
113

86

84

109
108

105
103
104
102

41

100
101
99

98

33
34

95

97

32

96

40

94

37

DIVISIO
N

OF
GENER
INDIAN
AL
APOLIS

MOTOR
, INDIAN

XX
XX
XX

S CORP.
A

XX
XX
XX

X
XX

XX

TID

93

36

35

92
90

91

38
39

89

V08422.05.01

Torque
A
B
C

Nm
1013
6068
2429

lb ft
710
4450
1821

Foldout 7. Stator Housing

F OLDOUT 8

4
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M8 x 1.25 x 30, A


Suction filter retaining clip (2)
Suction filter assembly
Seal
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M8 x 1.25 x 75.0, A
Oil pan gasket
Oil pan
Oil drain plug assembly, B
O-ring
Plug Hx, hollow
Shipping plug assembly, SAE No. 16
Tube
Control main filter magnet
Control main filter
Oil filter assembly
O-ring
Filter cover
Bolt, flanged large Hx Hd, M8 x 1.25 x 70, A
Shipping plug assembly, SAE No. 16

8
9

15

Torque
A
B

Nm
2429
2433

10

12

lb ft
1821
1824

13

16

11

14
17

5
18
19

5
V08424.00.00

Foldout 8, Oil Pan and Filters

F OLDOUT 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

Bolt, M5 x 0.8 x 14, B


DPIM bypass stop
Cooler bypass spring
Ball, corrosion resistant steel
DPIM orifice plug, C
Oil transfer plate
Control main valve body separator plate
Wiring harness clip
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd M6 x 1.0 x 25, A
Solenoid Screen
Shift relay body assembly
Relay valve spring (550 Kpa)
Relay valve
Spring retaining clip
Relay valve spring (550 Kpa)
Relay valve
Retaining spring clip
O-ring
Pressure switch, N/O
Connector, two-way
Terminal, socket
Spiral wrap
Bolt, M5 x 0.8 x 14, B
Relay valve body
Bolt/Screw
Oil level sensor bracket
Oil level sensor assembly
OLS Viton ferrule
Shoulder bolt, M6 x 1.0 x 45, A
Internal harness
Retainer nut
O-ring
Connector assembly, 31-way receptacle
Bulkhead adapter
Cavity plug
Seal, auxiliary, 31-way
Terminal, pin
Conduit retainer
backshell
connector
terminal
Connector 2F M/P 150.2 P2
Terminal, 150.2 SER (FEM)
Connector 2F M/P 150.2 P2
Terminal, 150.2 SER (FEM)
Connector
Terminal
Connector, 3F M/P 150
Terminal, female 150 SER
Connector
Terminal
Connector, 2F M/P 150
Secondary lock
Terminal, F M/P 150 SER
Connector, 2F M/P 150
Secondary lock
Terminal, F M/P 150 SER
Connector, C3PS
Terminal, male
Connector, C3PS

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114

Terminal, Male
Connector, 2F M/P 150
Secondary lock
Terminal, F M/P 150 SER
Temperature sensor
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 60, A
Wiring harness clip
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 60, A
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 60, A
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 60, A
Wiring harness clip
C1, C2 valve assembly
C1, C2 valve body
Spring retaining clip
Dowel pin, metric unhardened ground
Solenoid retaining clip
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 13, A
Solenoid assembly, N/O Variable Bleed
O-ring, 13.0 mm ID
Trim valve spring
Clutch control valve
Solenoid retainer
Solenoid assembly, N/C On/Off
O-ring, 10.82 mm ID
O-ring, 13.9 mm ID
Trim valve spring
Clutch control valve
Retainer, Solenoid
Solenoid assembly, N/C On/Off
O-ring, 10.82 mm ID
O-ring, 13.9 mm ID
Trim valve spring
Clutch control valve
Solenoid assembly, N/C Variable Bleed
O-ring. 13.5 mm ID
Trim valve spring
Clutch control valve
Solenoid assembly, N/C Variable Bleed
O-ring, 13.5 mm ID
Solenoid retaining bracket
Separator plate
Oil transfer plate
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M6 x 1.0 x 60, A
Control main/backfill valve assembly
Control main regulator/relief spring
Control main relief valve
Control main valve body
Spring retaining clip
Spring retaining clip
Spring retaining clip
Exhaust backfill valve
Control main regulator valve
Exhaust backfill spring
Control main regulator/relief spring

Torque

Nm

lb ft

A
B
C

1013
58
2429

710
46
1821

5
4
3

6
15

17

16

12
7

13

14

11
10

110

21

18
24

109

21

108
107

20

18

19

104

19
20
22

106

22
23

105

114

112 111
113

103

26

25

30

27

31
32
34

28

28

35
36

102
40

29

41

37
38
39

101
46
75
74

33

47

50

42

51

44

76

45

48
79

77

73

86

81

87

92

72

93
96

99

49

78

80

88

63

82
84

90

95

43

83

66
67 58
94

100
98
70

69

65

91

97
71

64

62

85

89

68
53
52

54

56

59
60

61

57

55
V08423.04.00

Foldout 9. Control Module

F OLDOUT 10
1

2
3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Gasket, C1 Clutch Housing


Race, Thrust Bearing, Selective
Housing Assembly, C1 clutch
Bearing Assembly, Roller
Housing, C1 Clutch
Plug Assembly, Pressure Tap
Plug, Straight Thread, A
O-ring, 8.92 mm ID
Bolt, Heavy Hx Flange Hd, M12 x 1075 x 45 mm, B
Bearing Assembly, Thrust
Hub, C1 Clutch
Ring, Retaining, External, 74 mm ID
Plate Assembly, C1 Clutch
Plate, C1 Friction
Plate, C1 Reaction

Torque
A
B

Nm
6068
90110

7
8
6

10
11

lb ft
4450
6681

9
12

13

14
15

V10143.00.00

Foldout 10 C1 Housing

F OLDOUT 11
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
39

Rear cover output module


Output shaft assembly
Retaining ring, internal, 188 mm OD
C2 backing plate
C2 clutch plate assembly
C2 friction plate, 7
C2 reaction plate, 7
Thrust bearing, 72 mm ID
C2 drive hub
Thrust bearing, 59 mm ID
C2 piston seal, external
C2 return spring assembly
C2 clutch piston
C2 piston seal, internal, lip, 75 mm ID
C2 piston seal, external, 132 mm ID
Output shaft and bushing assembly
Output shaft bushing
Output shaft
Taper bearing
O-ring
Output shaft seal
Rear cover assembly
C1 piston spring assembly
Pin, C1 return spring assembly
C1 return spring assembly
C1 clutch piston
C1 piston seal, internal, lip, 222 mm ID
C1 piston seal, external, 260 mm ID
Rear cover and plug assembly
Pressure tap plug assembly
Plug, straight thread, A
O-ring, 8.92 mm ID
Tachograph plug, M18 x 1.5
Washer, tachograph plug
Speed sensor assembly
O-ring, uniform No. 016
Speed sensor bracket
Bolt, metric type B hx lock, M8 x 1.25 x 20, E
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 0
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 1

39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

Selective tachograph wheel, No. 2


Selective tachograph wheel, No. 3
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 4
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 5
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 6
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 7
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 8
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 9
Selective tachograph wheel, No. 10
Taper bearing assembly
Output seal
Yoke assembly
Output slinger
Output yoke, Spicer 1710
Flange assembly
Output slinger
Companion Flange 1810
O-ring, uniform No. 039
Output flange washer
Output nut, lock, D
Key, output shaft
Retaining ring, external, 37.50 groove dia.
Gasket, rear cover assembly
Rear support bracket
speed sensor cover
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M12 x 1.75 x 55, C
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M10 x 1.5 x 50, B
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M10 x 1.5 x 75, B
Bolt, heavy Hx flange Hd, M12 x 1.75 x 100, C

Torque
A
B
C
D
E

Nm
1013
5161
90110
340
2429

lb ft
710
3845
6681
251
1821

2
3
4
5
6

12

13
14
15

17

19

20

10

18

22

11
21
16

24
25

23

55

54

53

26

35
36

27
28

37 38
35
55

36
37 38

39

33 34

42

40
41

43
29

44

56

32
31
30

30

59

58 57

32
45

48

31
49
50

46
47

51

52

V10144.00.00

Foldout 11. Output/Rear Cover

F OLDOUT 12
LUBE

Trans
Cooler

Control Main Regulator

Cooler Return Filter

Exhaust Backfill
MAIN SUPPLY

Cooler Bypass

CONTROL MAIN

Trim Solenoid Filter


(2 Places)

C2
Trim
Solenoid

C1
Trim
Solenoid

OENL (N/O)

OENL (N/O)

Control Main Relief

C1
Blocking
Solenoid

C2
Blocking
Solenoid

CENL (N/C)

CENL (N/C)

Boost
Solenoid

DPIM
Bypass

OENH (N/C)

Sump
Control Main
Filter

BOOST SIGNAL

MAIN SUPPLY

Gear/Bearing/Clutch Lube
Motor Stator Winding Cooling
Main
Regulator
Valve

Main
Relief

DPIM

Lube
Regulator Valve

C2
Clutch

C2
Pressure
Switch

C1
Pressure
Switch

Gerotor
Pump

C1
Clutch

Sump

Suction
Filter

Mode One and Reverse


MAIN PRESSURE
CONTROL MAIN PRESSURE

EXHAUST
EXHAUST BACKFILL

BOOST
LUBRICATION/COOLER

CLUTCH APPLIED PRESSURE

Sump

Foldout 12. First and Reverse Range Hydraulic Schematic

V08400.00.02

F OLDOUT 13
LUBE

Trans
Cooler

Control Main Regulator

Cooler Return Filter

Exhaust Backfill
MAIN SUPPLY

Cooler Bypass

CONTROL MAIN

Trim Solenoid Filter


(2 Places)

C2
Trim
Solenoid

C1
Trim
Solenoid

OENL (N/O)

OENL (N/O)

Control Main Relief

C1
Blocking
Solenoid

C2
Blocking
Solenoid

CENL (N/C)

CENL (N/C)

Boost
Solenoid

DPIM
Bypass

OENH (N/C)

Sump
Control Main
Filter

BOOST SIGNAL

MAIN SUPPLY

Gear/Bearing/Clutch Lube
Motor Stator Winding Cooling
Main
Regulator
Valve
C2
Relay
Valve

C1
Relay
Valve
Main
Relief

DPIM

C2
Clutch
Lube
Regulator Valve

C2
Pressure
Switch

C1
Pressure
Switch

Gerotor
Pump

C1
Clutch

Sump

Suction
Filter

Mode Two
MAIN PRESSURE
CONTROL MAIN PRESSURE

EXHAUST
EXHAUST BACKFILL

BOOST
LUBRICATION/COOLER

CLUTCH APPLIED PRESSURE

Sump

Foldout 13. Second Range Hydraulic Schematic

V08401.00.02

F OLDOUT 14
LUBE

Trans
Cooler

Control Main Regulator

Cooler Return Filter

Exhaust Backfill
MAIN SUPPLY

Cooler Bypass

CONTROL MAIN

Trim Solenoid Filter


(2 Places)

C2
Trim
Solenoid

C1
Trim
Solenoid

OENL (N/O)

OENL (N/O)

Control Main Relief

C1
Blocking
Solenoid

C2
Blocking
Solenoid

CENL (N/C)

CENL (N/C)

Boost
Solenoid

DPIM
Bypass

OENH (N/C)

Sump
Control Main
Filter

BOOST SIGNAL

MAIN SUPPLY

Gear/Bearing/Clutch Lube
Motor Stator Winding Cooling
Main
Regulator
Valve
C2
Relay
Valve

C1
Relay
Valve
Main
Relief

DPIM

C2
Clutch
Lube
Regulator Valve

C2
Pressure
Switch

C1
Pressure
Switch

Gerotor
Pump

C1
Clutch

Sump

Suction
Filter

Neutral
MAIN PRESSURE
CONTROL MAIN PRESSURE

EXHAUST
EXHAUST BACKFILL

BOOST
LUBRICATION/COOLER

Sump

Foldout 14. Neutral Range Hydraulic Schematic

V08402.00.02

F OLDOUT 15

2-BOLT-29513724

STARTER PAD

TORQUE TO 10-13 Nm (7-10 lb-ft)

50.8
134.1

12.0
43.545
REAR FACE OF BLOCK

30.20
138 TEETH

110.00 BOLT CIRCLE

8 HOLES
EQUALLY SPACED

**BOLT AND WASHER KIT-29513139


12-WASHER-9422847
12-BOLT-11505239

DRIVE UNIT ADAPTATION KIT-29513199


GEAR ADAPTER ASSY-29512130
RING GEAR-29502093
*FLEXPLATE ADAPTER-29512131
10-BOLT-11505232

TORQUE TO 51-61 N m (38-45 lb-ft)

A1 TORQUE TO 32-39 N m (24-29 lb-ft)

A2

395.00
373.00

6-BOLT-11515393
TORQUE TO 63-73 N m (46-54 lb-ft)
VIEW A-A
CRANKSHAFT BOLT PATTERN

FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29512126
3-FLEXPLATE-29512127

WEARPLATE-29512128
A

**8-BOLT-CUMMINS-3931446
FOR USE WITHOUT REAR ENGINE PTO

**8-BOLT-CUMMINS-3931447
FOR USE WITH REAR ENGINE PTO

HUB ADAPTER-29512125
144.40

ENGINE ADAPTATION KIT-29512124


FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29512126
3-FLEXPLATE-29512127
HUB ADAPTER-29512125
WEAR PLATE-29512128
2-BOLT-29513724

69.98

CRANKSHAFT
CENTERLINE

DWG

FOR DRIVE UNIT DRIVE DATA NOT SHOWN


SEE DRAWING AS70-008
FOR DRIVE UNIT INSTALLATION DATA NOT SHOWN
SEE BASIC INSTALLATION DRAWINGS
BOLT TORQUES ARE

8% UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

*DENOTES PARTS NOT SEPARATELY AVAILABLE


**DENOTES PARTS NOT SUPPLIED WITH DRIVE UNIT ASSEMBLY

UG

15.50

FR2
SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS HAVE PRECEDENCE
OVER COMPUTER GENERATED DATA

CHANGE RESTRICTED

METRIC

25.50

DIMENSIONS FOR REFERENCE ONLY


99.613

THIRD ANGLE

(1)WAS TORQUE TO 36 N
(2)ALTERED LEADER DESTINATION

REV

FR1

DWG. NO.

LTR

AS04-435

SH

m (27 lb-ft)
31MR04

CL RL

DATE

DWN CHK

DESCRIPTION

REVISIONS
G. HAWKINS
31MY02
B. LEAR
12JN02
APPROVED
C. REYES
DATE
12JN02
M. SMITH
PROJ. ENGR.
DATE
05JN02
APPL. ENGR.
D. NEUFER
DATE
07JN02
DRAWN
DATE

General Motors Corporation


Indianapolis, Indiana

CHECKED
DATE

ADAPTATION DRAWINGCUMMINS ISL

MODEL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS PROPRIETARY AND THE
PROPERTY OF ALLISON TRANSMISSION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED OR USED FOR ANY
PURPOSE OTHER THAN A QUOTATION TO OR ON ORDER FROM ALLISON
TRANSMISSION WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF
ALLISON TRANSMISSION.

NO

AS04-435

THIS DRAWING ILLUSTRATES DESIGN STATUS ONLY


AVAILABILITY OF PARTS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM
ALLISON TRANSMISSION SALES AND THE ENGINE
MANUFACTURER

EP40/50

SIZE

CAGE CODE

73342

SCALE

NONE

DWG NO

AS04-435
SHEET

---

UNIGRAPHICS

V10998.00.00

Foldout 15. Adaptation DrawingCummins ISL

F OLDOUT 16

ADAPTER-23049392
131.50

REAR FACE OF BLOCK


8 BOLTS EQUALLY SPACED EXCEPT
ONE BOLT INDICATED B OFFSET

106.50

**BOLT AND WASHER KIT-29513136


12-WASHER-9422848
12-BOLT-9425080

40.91

32.20

TORQUE TO 54-66 N m (40-49 lb-ft)

DRIVE UNIT ADAPTATION KIT-29510720


GEAR ADAPTER ASSY-29507741
RING GEAR-23049239
*FLEXPLATE ADAPTER-29507742
ADAPTER-23049392
12-BOLT-9409030
12-WASHER-9422847
10-BOLT-11505232

12-WASHER-9422847

12-BOLT-9409030
TORQUE TO 49-58 N m (36-43 lb-ft)

TORQUE TO 36 N m (27 lb-ft)

424.47
407.00

12-BOLT-11505232
TORQUE TO 36 N m (27 lb-ft)

FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29535905
3-FLEXPLATE-29535904

318.34

WEARPLATE-29507746

130.00 BOLT CIRCLE

**8-BOLT-CAT P/N 9X2021


FOR USE WITHOUT REAR ENGINE PTO

**8-BOLT-CAT P/N 1465132


FOR USE WITH REAR ENGINE PTO

2-BOLT-29513725
TORQUE TO 7.5-10.0 N m (5-7 lb-ft)

HUB ADAPTER-29507745

166.00
VIEW A-A
CRANKSHAFT BOLT PATTERN

92.00

ENGINE ADAPTATION KIT-29535906


FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29535905
3-FLEXPLATE-29535904
HUB ADAPTER-29507745
WEAR PLATE-29507746
2-BOLT-29513725

DWG

THIS DRAWING ILLUSTRATES DESIGN STATUS ONLY


AVAILABILITY OF PARTS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM
ALLISON TRANSMISSION SALES AND THE ENGINE
MANUFACTURER
FOR DRIVE UNIT DRIVE DATA NOT SHOWN
SEE DRAWING AS70-008
FOR DRIVE UNIT INSTALLATION DATA NOT SHOWN
SEE BASIC INSTALLATION DRAWINGS
BOLT TORQUES ARE

UG

8% UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

*DENOTES PARTS NOT SEPARATELY AVAILABLE

FR2
SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS HAVE PRECEDENCE
OVER COMPUTER GENERATED DATA

CHANGE RESTRICTED

METRIC

**DENOTES PARTS NOT SUPPLIED WITH DRIVE UNIT ASSEMBLY


20.39

REV

DESCRIPTION

DATE

NO

AS04-439

CRANKSHAFT
CENTERLINE

DWN CHK

REVISIONS
S. DREW
22AU03
CHECKED
B. LEAR
DATE
22AU03
APPROVED
C. REYES
DATE
22AU03
DRAWN
DATE

PROJ. ENGR.

General Motors Corporation


Indianapolis, Indiana

ADAPTATION DRAWINGCAT C9

DATE

DIMENSIONS FOR REFERENCE ONLY

APPL. ENGR.

THIRD ANGLE

31.00

DATE

R. GALE

22AU03

MODEL

FR1

DWG. NO.

LTR

AS04-439

SH

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS PROPRIETARY AND THE


PROPERTY OF ALLISON TRANSMISSION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED OR USED FOR ANY
PURPOSE OTHER THAN A QUOTATION TO OR ON ORDER FROM ALLISON
TRANSMISSION WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF
ALLISON TRANSMISSION.

EP40/50

SIZE

CAGE CODE

73342

SCALE

NONE

DWG NO

AS04-439
SHEET

---

UNIGRAPHICS

V10996.00.00

Foldout 16. Adaptation DrawingCAT C9

F OLDOUT 17

2-BOLT-29513724
TORQUE TO 10-13 N m (7-10 lb-ft)

134.1
110.00 BOLT CIRCLE

50.6
REAR FACE OF BLOCK

31.78
30.20

8 HOLES
EQUALLY SPACED

173 TEETH

**BOLT AND WASHER KIT-29513139


12-WASHER-9422847
12-BOLT-11505239

**DRIVE UNIT ADAPTATION KIT-29513198


GEAR ADAPTER ASSY-29512135
*RING GEAR-29503806
*FLEXPLATE ADAPTER-29512136
10-BOLT-11505232

TORQUE TO 51-61 N m (38-45 lb-ft)

TORQUE TO 36 N m (27 lb-ft)

395.00
373.00
VIEW A-A
CRANKSHAFT BOLT PATTERN

6-BOLT-11515393
TORQUE TO 63-73 N m (46-54 lb-ft)

FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29512126
3-FLEXPLATE-29512127

WEARPLATE-29512128
**8-BOLT-CUMMINS-3931446

HUB ADAPTER-29512125

144.40
69.98
25.50

CRANKSHAFT
CENTERLINE

AS04-434

THIS DRAWING ILLUSTRATES DESIGN STATUS ONLY


AVAILABILITY OF PARTS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM
ALLISON TRANSMISSION SALES AND THE ENGINE
MANUFACTURER

DWG

FOR DRIVE UNIT DRIVE DATA NOT SHOWN


SEE DRAWING AS70-008
FOR DRIVE UNIT INSTALLATION DATA NOT SHOWN
SEE BASIC INSTALLATION DRAWINGS
BOLT TORQUES ARE

8% UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

*DENOTES PARTS NOT SEPARATELY AVAILABLE

15.50

UG

**DENOTES PARTS NOT SUPPLIED WITH DRIVE UNIT ASSEMBLY


DIMENSIONS FOR REFERENCE ONLY

FR2
SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS HAVE PRECEDENCE
OVER COMPUTER GENERATED DATA

CHANGE RESTRICTED

99.613

METRIC
THIRD ANGLE

REV

REVISIONS
G. HAWKINS
30MY02
CHECKED
B. LEAR
DATE
12JN02
APPROVED
C. REYES
DATE
12JN02
M. SMITH
PROJ. ENGR.
DATE
07JN02
APPL. ENGR.
D. NEUFER
DATE
07JN02
DRAWN
DATE

General Motors Corporation


Indianapolis, Indiana

ADAPTATION DRAWINGCUMMINS B SERIES,


ISB (6 BOLT)
MODEL

FR1

DWG. NO.

LTR

AS04-434

SH

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS PROPRIETARY AND THE


PROPERTY OF ALLISON TRANSMISSION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED OR USED FOR ANY
PURPOSE OTHER THAN A QUOTATION TO OR ON ORDER FROM ALLISON
TRANSMISSION WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF
ALLISON TRANSMISSION.

DWN CHK

DATE

DESCRIPTION

NO

**ENGINE ADAPTATION KIT-29512124


FLEXPLATE/BOLTPLATE ASSY-29512126
3-FLEXPLATE-29512127
HUB ADAPTER-29512125
WEAR PLATE-29512128
2-BOLT-29513724

EP40/50

SIZE

CAGE CODE

73342

SCALE

NONE

DWG NO

AS04-434
SHEET

---

UNIGRAPHICS

V10997.00.00

Foldout 17. Adaptation DrawingCummins B Series, ISB (6 Bolt)

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