That magnetic field is used to move a plunger that is attached to a valve. Potential Problems To Look Out For With The 6R80 Transmission Posted by on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013 The is a six speed automatic transmission made by Ford. I hit a mound witch hit my pan underneath. For a little added protection consider installing a transmission cooler with a built in fan. The easiest way to test for a defective solenoid is to use a hand held ohm meter. Remove pan bolts leave one one engine side two on rear.
For every 20 degrees you go over 200 degrees you cut the life span of the transmission by a factor of two. It is designed for rear wheel drive vehicles. Suppost with hand once both backs out tilt and drain in pan. A properly functioning solenoid will usually return a reading of somewhere around 20 — 30 ohms. Valve body needs removal careful to catch all check balls once body out silenoids can be removed. Anything outside this range may indicate a problem with the solenoid.
I bought the part from auto zone and plan to replace it myself. Then remove front bolt all the way support pan with hand let drain then slowly lossen remaining rear bolts. Replaced fuse and truck ran great but when put into drive, truck shook, stumbled and nearly died. Once the electricity is turned off to the solenoid, the magnetic field disappears and a spring inside the solenoid moves the plunger and valve back to their original position. Truck ran great for 10 miles. What's the beet way to go about draining the granny fluid. You should also check the condition of the spring to make sure it is not broken or collapsed.
. A rebuilt transmission will not. That could save your shop a lot of money in the long run! I had problems with truck all at the dammed time. With all other bolts and pan in placeloosen front bolt then two rear just a bit keep doing that till fluid starts f;owing over front of pan. Its the solenoid b shift and it needs to be replaced or the wiring is messed up.
It was first put into production in 2007 and is still being made today. A will include alterations and upgrades designed to make the transmission stronger and more durable. The solenoids are nothing more than fancy electrical magnets. Source: jpmagazine Ideally your customer should keep their transmission under a maximum temperature of 200 degrees. While overall a good transmission, here are a couple thing you should watch out for. A re-manufactured transmission also comes with a - three years compared to an average 90 days for a rebuilt transmission.
It is used in many popular Ford vehicles, including the , Lincoln Navigator, Explorer, Explorer Sport, Mercury Mountaineer, F-150, Mustang and Ranger. Ford produced many of these vehicles, so chances are one is going to roll into your shop for service sooner or later. Owner with these types of vehicles tend to tow or carry payloads above the factory recommended limit. The pan has 14 pins not 20. The wire can either break usually from excessive vibration in the vehicle or internally short out caused by the transmission getting too hot and the protective plastic covering on the wire melting away. They consist of a coil of wire, that when energized with 12 volts of electricity, generates a magnetic field.
Sooner or later your customer will be faced with a decision to replace the 6R80 transmission in their vehicle, be it from excessive mileage or from overheating the transmission. I highly recommend that you talk them into buying a re-manufactured transmission over one that was simply rebuilt. I went to a couple mechanic and there computer said the same thing when they found the problem. Disconnected fan and battery for half hour but still had the same results. . .
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