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U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–1 X AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM PRECAUTION NOTICE: • Perform the RESET MEMORY (AT initialization) when replacing the automatic transaxle assembly, engine assembly or ECM (See page AX-14). • Perform the REGISTRATION (VIN registration) when replacing the ECM (See page ES-13). HINT: The RESET MEMORY cannot be completed by only disconnecting the battery cable. CAUTION: When using compressed air, always aim away from yourself to prevent Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) or kerosene from spraying on your face. NOTICE: • The automatic transaxl...
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U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–1

X AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM PRECAUTION

NOTICE: • Perform the RESET MEMORY (AT initialization) when replacing the automatic transaxle assembly, engine assembly or ECM (See page AX-14). • Perform the REGISTRATION (VIN registration) when replacing the ECM (See page ES-13). HINT: The RESET MEMORY cannot be completed by only disconnecting the battery cable. CAUTION: When using compressed air, always aim away from yourself to prevent Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) or kerosene from spraying on your face. NOTICE: • The automatic transaxle is composed of high precision parts which need careful inspection before reassembly. Even a small nick could cause fluid leakage or affect the performance. The instructions here are organized so that you work on only one component group at a time. This will help avoid confusion caused by similar-looking parts of different sub-assemblies being on your workbench at the same time. The component groups are inspected and repaired from the converter housing side. As far as possible, complete the inspection, repair and reassembly before proceeding to the next component A group. If a defect is found in a certain component group during reassembly, inspect and repair that group immediately. If a component group cannot be assembled because some parts are on order, be sure to keep all parts of the group in a separate container while proceeding with disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of other component groups. • When changing the automatic transmission fluid, use only "Toyota Genuine ATF WS" (ATF JWS3324 or NWS9638). • All disassembled parts should be washed clean and any fluid passages and holes should be blown through with compressed air. • Dry all parts with compressed air. Never use a shop rag or a piece of cloth to dry them. • Only recommended ATF or kerosene should be used for cleaning. • After cleaning, the parts should be arranged in the correct order for efficient inspection, repair, and reassembly. • When disassembling a valve body, be sure to match each valve with the corresponding spring., AX–2 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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• New brake and clutch discs that are to be used for replacement must be soaked in ATF for at least 15 minutes before reassembly. • All oil seal rings, clutch discs, clutch plates, rotating parts, and sliding surfaces should be coated with ATF prior to reassembly. • All gaskets and rubber O-rings should be replaced with new ones. • Do not apply adhesive cements to gaskets or similar parts. • Make sure that the ends of snap rings are not aligned with any cutouts and are installed in the grooves correctly. • When replacing a worn bushing, the sub-assembly containing the bushing must also be replaced. • Check thrust bearings and races for wear and damage. Replace them as necessary. • When working with FIPG material, you must observe the following: – Using a razor blade and a gasket scraper, remove all the old packing (FIPG) material from the gasket surface. – Clean both sealing surfaces with a non-residue solvent. – Parts must be reassembled within 10 minutes of application. Otherwise, the packing (FIPG) material must be removed and reapplied.,

U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–3 X DEFINITION OF TERMS

Term Definition Monitor description Description of what the ECM monitors and how it detects malfunctions (monitoring purpose and its details). Related DTCs A group of diagnostic trouble codes that are output by the ECM based on the same malfunction detection logic. Preconditions that allow the ECM to detect malfunctions. Typical enabling conditions With all preconditions satisfied, the ECM sets the DTC when the monitored value(s) exceeds the malfunction threshold(s). The priority order that is applied to monitoring, if multiple sensors and components are used to detect the Sequence of operation malfunction.While one sensor is being monitored, the next sensor or component is not monitored until the current monitoring is concluded. Required sensor/components The sensors and components that are used by the ECM to detect malfunctions. The number of times that the ECM checks for malfunctions per driving cycle. Frequency of operation "Once per driving cycle" means that the ECM detects malfunctions only one time during a single driving cycle. "Continuous" means that the ECM detects malfunctions every time the enabling conditions are met. Duration The minimum time that the ECM must sense a continuous deviation in the monitored value(s) before setting a DTC. This timing begins when the typical enabling conditions are met. Malfunction thresholds Beyond this value, the ECM concludes that there is a malfunction and sets a DTC. MIL illumination timing after a defect is detected. "Immediate" means that the ECM illuminates the MIL the instant the ECM determines that there is a MIL operation malfunction. "2 driving cycle" means that the ECM illuminates the MIL if the same malfunction is detected again in the next driving cycle. Normal operating ranges of sensors and solenoids under normal driving conditions. Component operating range Use these ranges as references. They cannot be used to judge if a sensor or solenoid is defective or not.

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COMBINATION METER - MIL (MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP) STOP LIGHT SWITCH SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU DLC3 (DATA LINK CONNECTOR 3) TRANSMISSION WIRE ECM VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (ATF TEMPERATURE SENSOR) TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (SPEED SENSOR (NT)) PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST C130143E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–5

X SYSTEM DIAGRAM

The configuration of the electronic control system in the U340E automatic transaxle is as shown in the following chart. ECM Stop Light Switch ST1- STOP

STP

Stop Light

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To IG2 Relay IGSW Shift Lock Control ECU

STAR ODMS

To Ignition Switch To Gauge Fuse Park/Neutral Position Switch Park/Neutral Position Switch

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ST R

N STA

Starter D ST L

ETCS

+BM Electronically Controlled Transmission A Solenoid EFI Shift Solenoid Valve SLU SLU+

BATT

To C/OPN Relay +B SLU- Shift Solenoid Valve SLT SLT+ +B2 SLT- Shift Solenoid Valve S1 MAIN MREL EFI S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Battery E1 S2 Shift Solenoid Valve ST E01 E02 ST THO1

ETHO

ATF Temperature Sensor C130145E01, AX–6 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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To MET Fuse Transmission Revolution Sensor (Speed Sensor NT) Combination Meter NT+ NT-

W SPD TACH

DLC3 To ECU-IG TC Fuse

CANH

Vehicle Speed Sensor CANL To CAN BUS C130144E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–7

X SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

1. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (a) The ECT (Electronic Controlled automatic Transmission/Transaxle) is an automatic transmission/transaxle that electronically controls shift timing using the ECM. The ECM detects electrical signals that indicate engine and driving conditions, and controls the shift point, based on driver habits and road conditions. As a result, fuel efficiency and power transmission/transaxle performance are improved. Shift shock has been reduced by controlling the engine and transmission simultaneously. In addition, the ECT has features such as the following: • Diagnostic function • Fail-safe function when a malfunction occurs

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AX HOW TO PROCEED WITH TROUBLESHOOTING

HINT: • The ECM of this system is connected to the CAN communication system. Therefore, before starting troubleshooting, be sure to check that there is no trouble in the CAN communication system. • The intelligent tester can be used in steps 3, 4, 6, and 9. 1 Vehicle Brought to Workshop

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2 Customer Problem Analysis

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3 Connect Intelligent Tester to DLC3

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4 Check and Clear DTCs and Freeze Frame Data HINT: (See page AX-25).

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5 Visual Inspection

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6 Setting Check Mode Diagnosis HINT: (See page AX-26).

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7 Problem Symptom Confirmation HINT: (See page AX-9). Symptom does not occur: Go to step 8 Symptom occurs: Go to step 9, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–9

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8 Symptom Simulation HINT: (See page IN-26).

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9 DTC Check HINT: (See page AX-25). DTC is not output: Go to step 10 DTC is output: Go to step 17 10 Basic Inspection HINT: (See page AX-93, AX-106 and AX-107). NG Go to step 19

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11 Mechanical System Test HINT: (See page AX-11). A NG Go to step 16

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12 Hydraulic Test HINT: (See page AX-13). NG Go to step 16

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13 Manual Shifting Test HINT: (See page AX-14). NG Go to step 15

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14 Problem Symptoms Table Chapter 1 HINT: (See page AX-17). NG Go to step 18

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15 Problem Symptoms Table Chapter 2 HINT: (See page AX-17).

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16 Part Inspection Go to step 19 17 DTC Chart HINT: (See page AX-32).

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18 Circuit Inspection

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19 Repair or Replace

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20 Confirmation Test

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X ROAD TEST

1. PROBLEM SYMPTOM CONFIRMATION (a) Based on the result of the customer problem analysis, try to reproduce the symptoms. If the problem is that the transaxle does not shift up, shift down, or the shift point is too high or too low, conduct the following road test referring to the automatic shift schedule and simulate the problem symptoms. 2. PERFORM ROAD TEST NOTICE: Perform the test at the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature 50° to 80 °C (122° to 176 °F) in the normal operation. (a) D position test Shift into the D position, fully depress the accelerator pedal and check the following points. (1) Check up-shift operation. Check that 1st to 2nd, 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th up-shifts take place, and that the shift points conform to the automatic shift schedule (See page SS-19). HINT: 4th Gear Up-shift Prohibition Control • Engine coolant temperature is 60 °C (140 °F) or less. • ATF temperature is 10 °C (50 °F) or less. 4th Gear Lock-up Prohibition Control • Brake pedal is depressed. • Accelerator pedal is released. • Engine coolant temperature is 60 °C (140 °F) A or less. • ATF temperature is 10 °C (50 °F) or less. (2) Check for shift shock and slippage. Check for shock and slippage when up-shifting from 1st to 2nd, 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th. (3) Check for abnormal noises and vibration. Check for abnormal noise and vibration when up-shifting from 1st to 2nd, 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th while driving with the shift lever in the D position, and also check while driving in the lock- up condition. HINT: The cause of abnormal noises and vibration must be checked very thoroughly as it could also cause loss of balance in parts, such as the differential and torque converter., AX–12 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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(4) Check kick-down operation. Check the possible kick-down vehicle speeds when the 2nd to 1st, 3rd to 2nd and 4th to 3rd kick-downs take place while driving with the shift lever in the D position. Confirm that each takes place within the applicable vehicle speed range indicated in the automatic shift schedule (See page SS-19). (5) Check for abnormal shock and slippage during kick-down. (6) Check the lock-up mechanism. • Drive in the D position (4th gear) at a constant speed (lock-up ON) of approximately 37 mph (60 km/h). • Lightly depress the accelerator pedal and check that the engine speed does not change abruptly. HINT: • There is no lock-up function in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd gears in the D position. • If there is a sudden increase in engine speed, lock-up has not occurred. (b) 3 position test Shift into the 3 position, fully depress the accelerator pedal and check the following points: (1) Check the transmission control switch operation. While driving in the D position (4th gear), shift the shift lever into the 3 position, and check that the 4th to 3rd down-shift takes place. (2) Check up-shift operation. Check that the 1st to 2nd and 2nd to 3rd up- shifts take place, and that the shift points conform to the automatic shift schedule (See page SS-19). HINT: There is no 3rd to 4th up-shift in the 3 position. (3) Check engine braking. While driving in the 3 position and 3rd gear, release the accelerator pedal and check the engine braking effect. (c) 2 position test Shift into the 2 position and fully depress the accelerator pedal and check the following points. (1) Check up-shift operation. Check that the 1st to 2nd up-shift takes place and that the shift point conforms to the automatic shift schedule (See page SS-19). HINT: There is no lock-up function in the 2 position. (2) Check engine braking. While driving in the 2 position and 2nd gear, release the accelerator pedal and check the engine braking effect., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–13

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(3) Check for abnormal noises during acceleration and deceleration, and for shock during up-shift and down-shift. (d) L position test Shift into the L position, fully depress the accelerator pedal and check the following points. (1) Check that no up-shift takes place. While driving in the L position, check that there is no up-shift to 2nd gear. (2) Check engine braking. While driving in the L position, release the accelerator pedal and check the engine braking effect. (3) Check for abnormal noises during acceleration and deceleration. (e) R position test Shift into the R position, fully depress the accelerator pedal and check for slippage. CAUTION: Before conducting this test, ensure that the test area is free from people and obstructions. (f) P position test Stop the vehicle on a slope (more than 5°), shift into the P position and release the parking brake. Check that the vehicle does not move.

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1. STALL SPEED TEST HINT: This test is to check the overall performance of the engine and transaxle by measuring the stall speeds in the D position. NOTICE: • Do not perform the stall speed test for longer than 5 seconds. • To ensure safety, perform this test in a wide, clear level area which provides good traction. • The stall speed test must always be carried out by pairs of technicians. One technician must watch the wheels and wheel stoppers from outside the vehicle to make sure they do not slip, while the other performs the test. (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Run the vehicle until the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature reaches 50° to 80°C (122° to 176°F). (c) Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning OFF. (d) Chock all 4 wheels. (e) Set the parking brake and keep the brake pedal firmly depressed with your left foot. (f) Shift the shift lever to the D position. (g) Depress the accelerator pedal all the way down with your right foot. (h) Read the engine rpm (stall speed) and release the accelerator pedal immediately. Standard value: 1,850 to 2,450 rpm Evaluation: Test Result Possible Cause • Stator one-way clutch is not operating properly Stall speed is lower than standard value • Torque converter is faulty (Stall speed is less than standard value by 600 rpm or more.) • Engine power is insufficient • Line pressure is too low Stall speed is higher than standard value • Forward clutch (C1) is slipping • No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) is not operating properly 2. SHIFT TIME LAG TEST HINT: This test is to check the conditions of the direct clutch, forward clutch, 1st brake and reverse brake. (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Run the vehicle until the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature reaches 50° to 80°C (122° to 176°F). (c) Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning OFF. (d) Set the parking brake and keep the brake pedal firmly depressed with your left foot., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–15

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(e) Check the D range time lag. (1) Shift the shift lever into the N position and wait for 1 minute. (*1) (2) Shift the shift lever into the D position and measure the time until the shock is felt. (*2) (3) Repeat procedures (*1) and (*2) three times, and calculate the average time of the three tests. (f) Check the R range time lag. (1) Shift the shift lever into the N position and wait for 1 minute. (*3) (2) Shift the shift lever into the R position and measure the time until the shock is felt. (*4) (3) Repeat procedures (*3) and (*4) three times, and calculate the average time of the three tests. Standard value: D range time lag is less than 1.2 seconds R range time lag is less than 1.5 seconds Evaluation : Test Result Possible Cause • Line pressure is too low D range time lag exceeds standard value • Forward clutch (C1) is worn • No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) is not operating properly • Line pressure is too low R range time lag exceeds standard value • Reverse clutch (C3) is worn • 1st and reverse brake (B3) is worn

HYDRAULIC TEST

1. PERFORM HYDRAULIC TEST (a) Measure the line pressure. NOTICE: • Perform the test at the normal operating ATF A (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature 50° to 80°C (122° to 176°F). • The line pressure test must always be carried G024063E02 out by pairs of technicians. One technician must observe the condition of the wheels and wheel stoppers outside the vehicle, while the other is performing the test. • Prevent the SST hose from interfering with the exhaust pipe. • This test must be conducted after checking and adjusting the engine. • Perform this test with the air conditioning OFF. • Do not continue the stall test for more than 5 seconds. (1) Warm up the ATF. (2) Lift the vehicle up. (3) Remove the engine under cover. (4) Remove the test plug on the transmission case center right side and connect SST. SST 09992-00095 (09992-00231, 09992- 00271) (5) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.,

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(6) Fully apply the parking brake and chock all 4 wheels. (7) Start the engine and check the idling speed. (8) Keep your left foot pressing firmly on the brake pedal and shift into the D position. (9) Measure the line pressure when the engine is idling. (10)Depress the accelerator pedal all the way down.

Quickly read the highest line pressure when

engine speed reaches stall speed. (11)Perform the test in the R position in the same manner.

Standard line pressure

Condition D position kPa (kgf / cm2, psi) R position kPa (kgf / cm2, psi) 372 to 412 kPa 553 to 623 kPa Idling (3.8 to 4.2 kgf/cm2, 54 to 60 psi) (5.6 to 6.4 kgf/cm2, 80 to 90 psi) 1,126 to 1,226 kPa 1,664 to 1,864 kPa Stall (11.5 to 12.5 kgf/cm2, 163 to 178 psi) (17.0 to 19.0 kgf/cm2, 241 to 270 psi)

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Problem Possible Cause Measured values are higher than specified values in all positions • Shift solenoid valve SLT defective• Regulator valve defective • Shift solenoid valve SLT defective Measured values are lower than specified values in all positions • Regulator valve defective • Oil pump defective Pressure is low in D position only • D position circuit fluid leak• Forward clutch defective • R position circuit fluid leak Pressure is low in R position only • Reverse clutch defective • 1st and reverse brake defective, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–17

X MANUAL SHIFTING TEST

1. PERFORM MANUAL SHIFTING TEST HINT: • This test can be used to determine whether the trouble is occurring in the electrical circuit or is a mechanical problem in the transaxle. • If any abnormalities are found in the following test, the problem is in the transaxle itself. (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector. HINT: It is possible to deactivate the electrical shift control by disconnecting the transmission wire. In this way, it is possible to change gear positions by mechanical shift change using the shift lever. (b) Drive with the transmission wire disconnected. Shift the shift lever into each position to check whether the gear position changes as shown in the table below. Shift Position Shifting Condition D 3rd 3 3rd 2 3rd L 3rd R Reverse P Pawl Lock (c) Connect the transmission wire connector. (d) Clear the DTC (See page AX-25). C117640E01

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AX INITIALIZATION

1. RESET MEMORY NOTICE: • Perform the RESET MEMORY (AT initialization) when replacing the automatic transaxle assembly, engine assembly or ECM. • The RESET MEMORY can only be performed using an intelligent tester. HINT: The ECM stores the conditions that the ECT controls the automatic transaxle assembly and engine assembly in accordance with those characteristics. Therefore, when the automatic transaxle assembly, engine assembly, or ECM is replaced, it is necessary to reset the memory so that the ECM can store the new information. The reset procedure is as follows. (a) Turn the ignition switch off. (b) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (c) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and push the intelligent tester main switch on. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II. (e) Perform the reset memory procedure from the ENGINE menu. CAUTION: After performing the RESET MEMORY, be sure to perform the ROAD TEST (See page AX-9) as described earlier. HINT: The ECM stores learned values by performing the ROAD TEST. (1) Tester menu flow:, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–19

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AX MONITOR DRIVE PATTERN

1. MONITOR DRIVE PATTERN FOR ECT TEST (a) Perform this drive pattern as one method to simulate the detection conditions of ECT malfunctions. (The DTCs may not be detected due to the actual driving conditions. And some DTCs may not be detected through this drive pattern.) HINT: Preparation for driving • Warm up the engine. (Engine coolant temperature is 60°C (140°F) or higher.) • Drive the vehicle when the atmospheric temperature is -10°C (14°F) or higher. (Malfunction is not detected when the atmospheric temperature is less than -10°C (14°F).) Driving note • Drive the vehicle through all gears. Stop → 1st → 2nd → 3rd → 4th (lock-up ON). • Repeat the above driving pattern three times or more. NOTICE: • The monitor status can be checked using the intelligent tester. When using an intelligent tester, monitor status can be found in the ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST or under CARB OBD II. • In the event that the drive pattern must be interrupted (possibly due to traffic conditions or other factors), the drive pattern can be resumed and, in most cases, the monitor can be completed. CAUTION: Perform this drive pattern on as level a road as possible and strictly observe the posted speed limits and traffic laws while driving., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–21

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Vehicle Speed Maintain constant speed or gradual acceleration (with throttle open) for 3 minutes or more.*1 Lock-up ON Approximately Vehicle Speed 62 mph (100 km/h) Approximately 50 mph (80 km/h) Warmed up Stop (Idling) sufficiently Normal acceleration through all gears from 1st to 4th G031593E14 HINT: *1: Drive at such a speed in the uppermost gear, to engage lock-up. The vehicle can be driven at a speed lower than that in the above diagram under A the lock-up condition. NOTICE: To detect DTC P0711 (ATF temperature sensor malfunction), drive the vehicle for approximately 30 minutes.,

AX–22 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE HINT:

• If a normal code is displayed during the DTC check although the trouble still occurs, check the electrical circuits for each symptom in the order given in the following charts and proceed to the page given for troubleshooting. • The Matrix Chart is divided into 2 chapters. • When the circuit on which *1 is attached malfunctions, a

DTC could be output. Chapter 1: Electronic Circuit Matrix Chart Refer to the table below when the trouble cause is considered to be electrical. If the trouble still occurs

even though there are no abnormalities in any of the other circuits, then check and replace the ECM. Symptom Suspected area See page No up-shift (Particular gear, from 1st to 3rd gear, is not up-shifted) ECM IN-34 1. Shift lock control unit circuit AX-47 No up-shift (From 3rd to 4th) 2. ECM IN-34 1. Shift lock control unit circuit AX-47 No down-shift (From 4th to 3rd) 2. ECM IN-34 No down-shift (Particular gear, from 1st to 3rd gear, is not down-shifted) ECM IN-34 1. Stop light switch circuit *1 ES-48 2. Engine coolant temperature sensor circuit *1 ES-48 3. Vehicle speed sensor circuit *1 ES-48 4. Speed sensor (NT) circuit *1 AX-50 5. ATF temperature sensor circuit *1 AX-42 No lock-up or No lock-up off 6. Shift solenoid valve S1 *1 AX-67 7. Shift solenoid valve S2 *1 AX-71 8. Shift solenoid valve SLU *1 AX-89 9. Throttle position sensor circuit *1 ES-48 10. ECM IN-34 1. Throttle position sensor circuit *1 ES-48 Shift point too high or too low 2. ECM IN-34 Up-shift to 2nd while in L position ECM IN-34 Up-shift to 3nd while in 2 position ECM IN-34 1. Shift lock control unit circuit AX-47 Up-shift from 3rd to 4th in 3 position 2. Park/neutral position switch *1 AX-35 3. ECM IN-34 1. Engine coolant temperature sensor circuit *1 ES-48 Up-shift from 3rd to 4th while engine is cold 2. ECM IN-34 1. Park/neutral position switch *1 AX-35 Harsh engagement (From N to D) 2. ECM IN-34 1. Shift solenoid valve ST *1 AX-63 Harsh engagement (From 3rd to 4th) 2. ECM IN-34 1. Shift solenoid valve SLU *1 AX-89 Harsh engagement (Lock-up) 2. ECM IN-34 1. Throttle position sensor circuit *1 ES-48 Harsh engagement (Any driving position) 2. ECM IN-34 Poor acceleration ECM IN-34 No kick-down ECM IN-34,

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Symptom Suspected area See page Engine stalls when starting off or stopping ECM IN-34 1. Park/neutral position switch *1 AX-35 Malfunction in shifting 2. Shift lock control unit circuit AX-47 3. ECM IN-34

Chapter 2: On-Vehicle Repair and Off-Vehicle Repair

Symptom Suspected area See page 1. Manual valve AX-253 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 3. Planetary gear unit AX-173 Vehicle does not move in any forward positions or in R position 4. Forward clutch (C1) AX-173 5. No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) AX-173 6. Reverse clutch (C3) AX-173 7. 1st and reverse brake (B3) AX-173 1. Manual valve AX-253 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 Vehicle does not move in R position 3. Planetary gear unit AX-173 4. Reverse clutch (C3) AX-173 5. 1st and reverse brake (B3) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No up-shift (From 1st to 2nd) 2. 2nd brake (B2) AX-173 3. No. 1 one-way clutch (F1) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No up-shift (From 2nd to 3rd) 2. Direct clutch (C2) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No up-shift (From 3rd to 4th) 2. O/D and 2nd brake (B1) AX-173 No down-shift (From 4th to 3rd) Valve body assembly AX-113 No down-shift (From 3rd to 2nd) Valve body assembly AX-113 No down-shift (From 2nd to 1st) Valve body assembly AX-113 A 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No lock-up or No lock-up off 2. Torque converter clutch AX-171 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 Harsh engagement (From N to D) 2. Forward clutch (C1) AX-173 3. No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 Harsh engagement (Lock-up) 2. Torque converter clutch AX-171 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 2. C3 accumulator AX-173 Harsh engagement (From N to R) 3. Reverse clutch (C3) AX-173 4. 1st and reverse brake (B3) AX-173 1. B2 accumulator AX-173 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 Harsh engagement (From 1st to 2nd) 3. 2nd brake (B2) AX-173 4. No. 1 one-way clutch (F1) AX-173 1. C2 accumulator AX-173 Harsh engagement (From 2nd to 3rd) 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 3. Direct clutch (C2) AX-173 1. Shift solenoid valve ST AX-63 Harsh engagement (From 3rd to 4th) 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 3. O/D and 2nd brake (B1) AX-173,

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Symptom Suspected area See page 1. Shift solenoid valve ST AX-63 Harsh engagement (From 4th to 3rd) 2. Valve body assembly AX-113 Harsh engagement (D, 2, L position) Valve body assembly AX-113 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 2. Oil strainer AX-113 3. Torque converter clutch AX-171 4. Forward clutch (C1) AX-173 Slippage or shuddering (Forward position) 5. Direct clutch (C2) AX-173 6. O/D and 2nd brake (B1) AX-173 7. 2nd brake (B2) AX-173 8. No. 1 one-way clutch (F1) AX-173 9. No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 2. Oil strainer AX-113 Slippage or shuddering (R position) 3. Reverse clutch (C3) AX-173 4. 1st and reverse brake (B3) AX-173 Slippage or shuddering (1st) No. 2 one-way clutch (F2) AX-173 1. 2nd brake (B2) AX-173 Slippage or shuddering (2nd) 2. No.1 one-way clutch (F1) AX-173 Slippage or shuddering (3rd) Direct clutch (C2) AX-173 Slippage or shuddering (4th) O/D and 2nd brake (B1) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No engine braking (1st: L position) 2. 1st and reverse brake (B3) AX-173 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 No engine braking (2nd: 2 position) 2. 2nd and O/D brake (B1) AX-173 No kick-down Valve body assembly AX-113 1. Valve body assembly AX-113 Poor acceleration 2. Torque converter clutch AX-171 Engine stalls when starting off or stopping Torque converter clutch AX-171, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–25

X TERMINALS OF ECM

1. ECM C20 A21 C105085E01

HINT: Each ECM terminal's standard voltage is shown in the

table below.

In the table, first follow the information under "Condition". Look under "Symbols (Terminal No.)" for the terminals to

be inspected. The standard voltage between the terminals is shown under "Specific Condition".

Use the illustration above as a reference for the ECM

terminals. Symbols (Terminals No.) Wiring Color Terminal Description Condition Specified Condition Ignition switch ON and shift lever L position 11 to 14VL(C20-74) - E1 (C20-104) V - W L shift position switch

A

signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than L Below1Vposition Ignition switch ON and shift lever 2 position 11 to 14V2(C20-55) - E1 (C20-104) G - W 2 shift position switch signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than 2 Below1Vposition Ignition switch ON and shift lever 3 position 11 to 14 V ODMS (A21-26) - E1 O - W 3 shift position switch (C20-104) signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than 3 Below1Vposition Ignition switch ON and shift lever D or 3 position 11 to 14VD(C20-56) - E1 (C20-104) L - W D shift position switch signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than D Below1Vand 3 positions Ignition switch ON and shift lever R position 11 to 14VR(C20-53) - E1 (C20-104) R - W R shift position switch signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than R Below1Vposition,

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Symbols (Terminals No.) Wiring Color Terminal Description Condition Specified Condition Ignition switch ON and shift lever N position 11 to 14VN(C20-54) - E1 (C20-104) SB - W N shift position switch signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than N Below1Vposition Ignition switch ON and shift lever P position 11 to 14VP(C20-73) - E1 (C20-104) R - W P shift position switch signal Ignition switch ON and shift lever other than P Below1Vposition NT+ (C20-125) - NT- Pulse generation (C20-124) B - G Speed sensor (NT) signal Engine running (See waveform 1) STP (A21-36) - E1 (C20- Brake pedal depressed 7.5 to 14 V 104) G - W Stop light switch signal Brake pedal released Below 1.5 V SPD (A21-8) - E1 (C20- Ignition switch ON and 104) V - W Speed signal driving wheel rotating Pulse generation slowly (See waveform 2) Ignition switch ON 11 to 14 V S1 (C20-79) - E1 (C20- 104) SB - W S1 solenoid signal 1st or 2nd gear 11 to 14 V 3rd or 4th gear Below1VIgnition switch ON Below1VS2 (C20-78) - E1 (C20- 104) L - W S2 solenoid signal 1st or 4th gear 11 to 14 V 2nd or 3rd gear Below1VST (C20-80) - E1 (C20- GR - W ST solenoid signal D position (3rd gear ←→ 104) 4th gear) Below1V←→ 11 to 14 V SLT+ (C20-76) - SLT- (C20-75) G - W SLT solenoid signal Engine idling speed Pulse generation (See waveform 3) SLU+ (C20-57) - SLU- Pulse generation (C20-77) P - O SLU solenoid signal Engine idling speed (See waveform 4) THO1 (C20-72) - ETHO ATF (Automatic Y - B Transmission Fluid) ATF temperature: 10°C (C20-95) 4 to 0 Vtemperature sensor signal (50°F) to 145°C (293°F) (a) Waveform12V/DIV Terminal NT+ - NT- Tool setting 2 V/DIV, 1ms/DIV Vehicle conditions Driving at approximately 12 mph (20 km/h) 1 ms/DIV C053419E04 (b) Waveform22V/DIV Terminal SPD - E1 Tool setting 2 V/DIV, 20 ms/DIV Vehicle conditions Driving at approximately 12 mph (20 km/h) 20 ms/DIV C053421E04,

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(c) Waveform35V/DIV Terminal SLT+ - SLT- Tool setting 5 V/DIV, 1 ms/DIV Vehicle conditions Engine idling speed 1 ms/DIV C055887E01 (d) Waveform45V/DIV Terminal SLU+ - SLU- Tool setting 5 V/DIV, 1 ms/DIV Vehicle conditions Engine idling speed 1 ms/DIV C058033E01

A

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AX DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM

1. DESCRIPTION (a) When troubleshooting OBD II vehicles, the only difference from the usual troubleshooting procedure is to connect an intelligent tester (complying with SAE J1987) to the vehicle, and read off various data output by the vehicle's ECM. (b) OBD II regulations require that the vehicle's on- board computer illuminate the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) on the instrument panel when the computer detects a malfunction in the computer itself or in the drive system components which affect the vehicle emissions. In addition to illuminating the MIL when a malfunction is detected, the applicable DTCs prescribed by SAE J2012 are recorded in the ECM memory (See page AX-32). FI00534 If the malfunction does not occur in 3 consecutive trips, the MIL goes off but the DTCs remain in the ECM memory. (c) To check the DTCs, connect the intelligent tester to Intelligent Tester the DLC3 of the vehicle. The intelligent tester also enables you to erase the DTCs and check freeze frame data and various forms of engine data (For operating instructions, see the instruction book). (d) The DTCs include SAE controlled codes and manufacturer controlled codes. SAE controlled DLC3 CAN VIM codes must be set as prescribed by the SAE, while manufacturer controlled codes can be set freely by C115104E01 the manufacturer within the prescribed limits (See page AX-32). (e) The diagnosis system operates in normal mode during normal vehicle use. In normal mode, 2-trip detection logic is used to ensure accurate detection of malfunctions. Check mode is also available to technicians as an option. In check mode, 1-trip detection logic is used for simulating malfunction symptoms and increasing the system's ability to detect malfunctions, including intermittent malfunctions. (f) 2-trip detection logic: When a malfunction is first detected, the malfunction is temporarily stored in the ECM memory (1st trip). If the ignition switch is turned off and then turned to the ON position again, and same malfunction is detected again, the MIL illuminates., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–29

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(g) Freeze frame data records the engine conditions, such as fuel system, calculated load, engine coolant temperature, fuel trim, engine speed and vehicle speed when a malfunction is detected. When troubleshooting, freeze frame data can help determine if the vehicle was running or stopped, if the engine was warmed up or not, if the air/fuel ratio was lean or rich, and other data from the time the malfunction occurred. (h) The intelligent tester records freeze frame data in five different instances: 1) 3 times before the DTC is (Seconds) set, 2) once when the DTC is set, and 3) once after the DTC is set. These data can be used to simulate 0.5 0.5 0.5 the vehicle's conditions around the time when the malfunction occurred. The data may help find the cause of the malfunction, or judge if the DTC is being caused by a temporary malfunction or not. A092901E12 2. INSPECT DLC3 DLC3 (a) The ECM uses ISO 15765-4 for communication. The terminal arrangement of the DLC3 complies CG SG CANH SIL with SAE J1962 and matches the ISO 15765-4 format. 12345678910 111213141516 CANL BAT A082779E81

A

Symbols (Terminal No.) Terminal Description Condition Specified Condition SIL (7) - SG (5) Bus "+" line During transmission Pulse generation CG (4) - Body ground Chassis ground Always Below1ΩSG (5) - Body ground Signal ground Always Below1ΩBAT (16) - Body ground Battery positive Always 11 to 14 V CANH (6) - CANL (14) CAN bus line Ignition switch OFF* 54 to 69 Ω CANH (6) - CG (4) HIGH-level CAN bus line Ignition switch OFF* 200 Ω or higher CANL (14) - CG (4) LOW-level CAN bus line Ignition switch OFF* 200 Ω or higher CANH (6) - BAT (16) HIGH-level CAN bus line Ignition switch OFF* 6 kΩ or higher CANL (14) - BAT (16) LOW-level CAN bus line Ignition switch OFF* 6 kΩ or higher NOTICE: *: Before measuring the resistance, leave the vehicle as is for at least 1 minute and do not operate the ignition switch, any other switches or the doors., AX–30 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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If the result is not as specified, the DLC3 may have a malfunction. Repair or replace the harness and connector. HINT: If your display shows UNABLE TO CONNECT TO VEHICLE when you have connected the cable of the intelligent tester to the DLC3, turned the ignition switch to the ON position and operated the tester, there is a problem with the vehicle or the tester. • If the communication is normal when the tester is connected to another vehicle, inspect the DLC3 on the original vehicle. • If the communication is still impossible when the tester is connected to another vehicle, the problem is probably in the tester itself. Consult the Service Department listed in the tester's instruction manual. 3. CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE (a) Measure the battery voltage. Standard voltage: 11 to 14 V If the voltage is below 11 V, replace the battery before proceeding. 4. CHECK MIL (a) The MIL comes on when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position and the engine is not running. HINT: If the MIL does not light up, troubleshoot the combination meter. (b) When the engine is started, the MIL should go off. If the lamp remains on, it means that the diagnosis system has detected a malfunction or abnormality in the system., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–31

X DTC CHECK / CLEAR

1. DTC CHECK (NORMAL MODE) NOTICE: When the diagnostic system is switched from normal mode to check mode, all the DTCs and freeze frame data recorded in normal mode are erased. So before switching modes, always check the DTCs and freeze frame data, and note them down. (a) Check DTCs using an intelligent tester. Intelligent Tester (1) Turn the ignition switch off. (2) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (3) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and turn the intelligent tester main switch on. (4) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / DLC3 ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CAN VIM CODES. (5) Read the DTCs and freeze frame data displayed C115104E07 on the tester and note them down. NOTICE: When simulating symptoms with an intelligent tester to check the DTCs, use normal mode. For DTCs in the DTC chart, which are subject to 2-trip detection logic, perform the following. Turn the ignition switch off after the symptom is simulated once. Then repeat the simulation process again. When the problem has been simulated twice, the MIL illuminates and the DTCs are recorded in the ECM. 2. DTC CLEAR A (a) Clear the DTCs: When using an intelligent tester. (1) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and turn the intelligent tester main switch on. (3) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CLEAR CODES [YES] button. HINT: When operating the intelligent tester to erase the DTCs, the freeze frame data are also erased. (b) Clear the DTCs: When not using an intelligent tester. (1) Disconnect the battery terminal or remove the EFI and ETCS fuses from the engine room J/B for 60 seconds or more., AX–32 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX CHECK MODE PROCEDURE

1. DESCRIPTION (a) Check mode has a higher sensitivity to malfunctions and can detect malfunctions that normal mode cannot detect. Check mode can also detect all the malfunctions that normal mode can detect. In check mode, DTCs are detected with 1-trip detection logic. 2. DTC CHECK (CHECK MODE) HINT: Intelligent tester only: Compared to normal mode, check mode is more sensitive for detecting malfunctions. Furthermore, the same diagnostic items which are detected in normal mode can also be detected in check mode. (a) Procedure for check mode using the intelligent Intelligent Tester tester. (1) Check the initial conditions. • Battery positive voltage 11 V or more • Throttle valve fully closed • Transaxle in the P or N position DLC3 • A/C switched OFF CAN VIM (2) Turn the ignition switch off. (3) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. C115104E07 (4) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and turn the intelligent tester main switch on. (5) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / CHECK MODE (Check 0.13 seconds that the MIL flashes as shown in the illustration). ON NOTICE: All DTCs and freeze frame data recorded are erased if: 1) the intelligent tester is used to change the ECM from normal mode to check OFF mode or vice-versa; or 2) during check 0.13 seconds mode, the ignition switch is turned from the A076900E17 ON position to the ACC or LOCK position. (6) Start the engine (the MIL goes off after the engine starts). (7) Perform MONITOR DRIVE PATTERN for the ECT test (See page AX-16), or simulate the conditions of the malfunction described by the customer. NOTICE: Leave the ignition switch in the ON position until you have checked the DTCs. (8) After simulating malfunction conditions, use the intelligent tester to check the DTCs and freeze frame data., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–33

X FAIL-SAFE CHART

1. FAIL-SAFE (a) This function minimizes the loss of ECT functions when any malfunction occurs in the sensors or solenoids. Malfunction Part Function Vehicle Speed Sensor During vehicle speed sensor signal malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. Transmission Revolution Sensor (Speed Sensor (NT)) During transmission revolution sensor (NT) signal malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) Temperature Sensor During ATF temperature sensor malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. During shift solenoid valve S1 or S2 malfunction, current to faulty shift solenoid valve is cut off and control is effected by operating normal Shift Solenoid Valve S1 or S2 solenoid valve. Shift control effect depends on failed solenoid as described in table below. Shift Solenoid Valve ST During shift solenoid valve ST malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. Shift Solenoid Valve SLT During shift solenoid valve SLT malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Knock Sensor or Throttle During engine coolant temperature sensor, knock sensor or throttle Position Sensor position sensor malfunction, 4th up-shift is prohibited. (b) Fail-safe chart for shift solenoid valve S1 and/or S2:

Fail safe function: If either of the shift solenoid valve circuits develops

an open or short, the ECM turns the other shift solenoid ON or OFF in order to shift into the gear positions shown in the table below.

Manual shifting as shown in the following table must

be done (In case of a short circuit, the ECM stops sending the current to the short circuit solenoid).

Even if starting the engine in fail-safe mode, the

gear position remains in the same position. A

Normal:

Shift Lever Position Shift Solenoid Valve S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Gear 1st ON ON 1st 2nd ON OFF 2nd

D

3rd OFF OFF 3rd 4th OFF ON 4th 1st ON ON 1st 3 2nd ON OFF 2nd 3rd OFF OFF 3rd 1st ON ON 1st 2nd ON OFF 2nd L 1st ON ON 1st

Shift Solenoid Valve S1 malfunction:

Shift Lever Position Shift Solenoid Valve S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Gear 1st X OFF 3rd 2nd X OFF 3rd

D

3rd X OFF 3rd 4th X ON 4th 1st X OFF 3rd 3 2nd X OFF 3rd 3rd X OFF 3rd,

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Shift Lever Position Shift Solenoid Valve S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Gear 1st X OFF 3rd 2nd X OFF 3rd L 1st X OFF 3rd

X: Malfunctions Shift Solenoid Valve S2 malfunction:

Shift Lever Position Shift Solenoid Valve S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Gear 1st ON X 2nd 2nd ON X 2nd

D

3rd OFF X 3rd 4th OFF X 3rd 1st ON X 2nd 3 2nd ON X 2nd 3rd OFF X 3rd 1st ON X 2nd 2nd ON X 2nd L 1st ON X 2nd

X: Malfunctions Shift Solenoid Valve S1 and S2 malfunction:

Shift Lever Position Shift Solenoid Valve S1 Shift Solenoid Valve S2 Gear 1stXX3rd 2ndXX3rd

D

3rdXX3rd 4thXX3rd 1stXX3rd 3 2ndXX3rd 3rdXX3rd 1stXX3rd 2ndXX3rd L 1stXX3rd

X: Malfunctions

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X DATA LIST / ACTIVE TEST

1. DATA LIST

HINT: Using the DATA LIST displayed by the intelligent tester,

you can read the values of the switches, sensors, actuators and so on without parts removal. Reading the

DATA LIST as the first step of troubleshooting is one

method of shortening labor time.

NOTICE: In the table below, the values listed under "Normal Condition" are reference values. Do not depend

solely on these reference values when deciding whether a part is faulty or not. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN

VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3.

(d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS /

ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST.

(g) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the DATA LIST. Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition Diagnostic Note Vehicle Speed display/ • Vehicle stopped: VEHICLE SPD min.: 0 mph (0 km/h) 0 mph (0 km/h) max.: 158 mph (255 km/h) • Same as speedometer - reading HINT: A • Lock-Up ON (After warming up engine): Input Turbine Speed/ Input turbine speed (NT) equal to engine speed SPD (NT) display: 50 rpmmin.: 0 rpm • Lock-Up OFF (Idling at P or N - max.: 12750 rpm position): Input turbine speed (NT) nearly equal to engine speed • Vehicle stopped in D position: 0 rpm When shift lever position displayed on intelligent tester differs from actual position, PNP SW [NSW] PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; adjustment of PNP switch or shift ON or OFF P or N: ON cable may be incorrect.Except P and N: OFF HINT: When failure still occurs even after adjusting these parts, see page AX-35. Stop Light SW Status/ • Brake pedal is depressed: STOP LIGHT SW ON or OFF ON -• Brake pedal is released: OFF Shift lever position; ECM Gearshift Command/ • L: 1stSHIFT 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th • 2: 1st or 2nd -• 3: 1st, 2nd or 3rd • D: 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th,

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Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition Diagnostic Note PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;REVERSE ON or OFF R: ONExcept R: OFF When shift lever position Shift lever position; displayed on intelligent tester PARKING PNP SW Status/ P: ON differs from actual position, ON or OFF Except P: OFF adjustment of PNP switch or shift cable may be incorrect. PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; HINT:NEUTRAL ON or OFF N: ON When failure still occurs even Except N: OFF after adjusting these parts, Shift lever position; see page AX-35. DRIVE PNP SW Status/ON or OFF D or 3: ONExcept D and 3: OFF 3RD PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; ON or OFF 3: ON -Except 3: OFF 2ND PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; When shift lever position ON or OFF 2: ON displayed on intelligent tester Except 2: OFF differs from actual position, adjustment of PNP switch or shift cable may be incorrect. PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; HINT:LOW ON or OFF L: ON When failure still occurs even Except L: OFF after adjusting these parts, see page AX-35. ATF (Automatic Transmission • After Stall Test; If value is "-40°C (-40°F)" or " A/T OIL TEMP1 Fluid) Temperature Sensor Value/ Approximately 80°C (176°F) 150°C (302°F) or more ", ATF min.: -40°C (-40°F) • Equal to ambient temperature temperature sensor circuit is max.: 215°C (419°F) when cold soak open or short. ATF Condition; ATF ATF Condition NG: ON Replace ATF when ATF condition OK: OFF is ON. LOCK UP Lock Up Status/ • Lock Up: ONON or OFF • Except Lock Up: OFF - LOCK UP SOL Lock Up Solenoid Status/ • Lock up solenoid ON: ONON or OFF • Lock up solenoid OFF: OFF - Up-shifting and down-shifting SOLENOID (ST) Shift Solenoid ST Status/ between 3rd and 4th gears while ON or OFF driving: - OFF → ON → OFF SOLENOID (SLU) Shift Solenoid SLU Status/ • Lock Up: ONON or OFF • Except Lock Up: OFF - • Accelerator pedal is SOLENOID (SLT) Shift Solenoid SLT Status/ depressed: OFFON or OFF • Accelerator pedal is released: -

ON

2. ACTIVE TEST

HINT: Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester

allows the relay, VSV, actuator and so on to operate without parts removal. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method to shorten labor time.

It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST.

(a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off.,

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(c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN

VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3.

(d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS /

ENHANCED OBD II / ACTIVE TEST.

(g) In accordance with the display on the tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST. Item Test Details Diagnostic Note [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid SLU SOLENOID (SLU) [Vehicle Condition] - • Vehicle Stopped • Shift lever P or N position [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid SLT and raise the line pressure. [Vehicle Condition] • Vehicle Stopped SOLENOID (SLT)* • IDL: ON - HINT: OFF: Line pressure up (When the active test of "SOLENOID (SLT)" is performed, ECM commands SLT solenoid to turn off.) ON: No action (normal operation) [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid S1 SOLENOID (S1) [Vehicle Condition] - • Vehicle Stopped • Shift lever P or N position [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid S2 SOLENOID (S2) [Vehicle Condition] - • Vehicle Stopped • Shift lever P or N position A [Test Details] Control shift solenoid SLU to set automatic LOCK UP transaxle to lock-up condition.[Vehicle Condition] Possible to check SLU operation. Vehicle Speed: 36 mph (60 km/h) or more, and 4th gear [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid valve and set each shift position manually. SHIFT [Vehicle Condition] Possible to check operation of shift solenoid Vehicle Speed: Less than 30 mph (50 km/h) valves. [Others] • Press →button: Shift up • Press ←button: Shift down [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid ST SOLENOID (ST) [Vehicle Condition] - • Vehicle Stopped • IDL: ON, AX–38 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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*: SOLENOID (SLT) in the ACTIVE TEST is performed to check the line pressure changes by connecting SST to the automatic transaxle, which is used in the HYDRAULIC TEST (See page AX-13) as well. HINT: The pressure values in ACTIVE TEST and HYDRAULIC TEST are different from each other.,

U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–39 X DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE CHART If a DTC is displayed during the DTC check, check the parts

listed in the table below and proceed to the page given.

HINT:

• *1: "Comes on" means the MIL (Malfunction Indicator

Lamp) illuminates.

• *2: "DTC stored" means the ECM stores the malfunction code if the ECM detects the DTC detection condition. • These DTCs may be output when the clutch, brake and gear components inside the automatic transaxle are damaged.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

DTC No. Detection Item Trouble Area MIL *1 Memory *2 See page 1. Open or short in park/neutral position Transmission Range switch circuit P0705 Sensor Circuit 2. Park/neutral Malfunction (PRNDL position switch Comes on DTC stored AX-35 Input) 3. Shift lock control

ECU

4. ECM 1. Open or short in ATF temperature Transmission Fluid sensor circuit P0710 Temperature Sensor 2. Transmission wire Comes on DTC stored AX-42 "A" Circuit (ATF temperature sensor) 3. ECM 1. ATF level Transmission Fluid 2. Transmission wire P0711 Temperature Sensor (ATF temperature Comes on DTC stored AX-47 "A" Performance sensor) 3. ECM 1. Short in ATF A temperature sensor Transmission Fluid circuit P0712 Temperature Sensor 2. Transmission wire Comes on DTC stored AX-42 "A" Circuit Low Input (ATF temperature sensor) 3. ECM 1. Open in ATF temperature sensor Transmission Fluid circuit P0713 Temperature Sensor 2. Transmission wire Comes on DTC stored AX-42 "A" Circuit High Input (ATF temperature sensor) 3. ECM 1. Open or short in transmission revolution sensor (Speed sensor (NT)) Turbine Speed circuit P0717 Sensor Circuit No 2. Transmission Comes on DTC stored AX-50 Signal revolution sensor 3. Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) 4. ECM,

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DTC No. Detection Item Trouble Area MIL *1 Memory *2 See page 1. Shift solenoid valve S1 remains open or closed 2. Valve body is Shift Solenoid "A" blocked P0751 Performance (Shift 3. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-53 Solenoid Valve S1) valve S1 4. Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) 5. ECM 1. Shift solenoid valve S2 remains open or closed 2. Valve body is Shift Solenoid "B" blocked P0756 Performance (Shift 3. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-58 Solenoid Valve S2) valve S2 4. Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) 5. ECM 1. Short in shift Shift / Timing solenoid valve ST P0787 Solenoid Low (Shift circuit2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-63Solenoid Valve ST) valve ST 3. ECM 1. Open in shift Shift / Timing solenoid valve ST P0788 Solenoid High (Shift circuit Solenoid Valve ST) 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-63 valve ST 3. ECM 1. Short in shift Shift Solenoid "A" solenoid valve S1 P0973 Control Circuit Low circuit(Shift Solenoid Valve 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-67 S1) valve S1 3. ECM 1. Open in shift Shift Solenoid "A" solenoid valve S1 P0974 Control Circuit High circuit(Shift Solenoid Valve 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-67 S1) valve S1 3. ECM 1. Short in shift Shift Solenoid "B" solenoid valve S2 P0976 Control Circuit Low circuit(Shift Solenoid Valve 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-71 S2) valve S2 3. ECM 1. Open in shift Shift Solenoid "B" solenoid valve S2 P0977 Control Circuit High circuit(Shift Solenoid Valve 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-71 S2) valve S2 3. ECM,

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DTC No. Detection Item Trouble Area MIL *1 Memory *2 See page 1. Shift solenoid valve SLT remains open or closed Pressure Control 2. Valve body is P2714 Solenoid "D" blocked Performance (Shift 3. Torque converter Comes on DTC stored AX-75 Solenoid Valve SLT) clutch4. Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) 5. ECM 1. Open or short in Pressure Control shift solenoid valve P2716 Solenoid "D" SLT circuitElectrical (Shift 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-80 Solenoid Valve SLT) valve SLT 3. ECM 1. Shift solenoid valve SLU remains open or closed 2. Valve body is blocked Torque Converter 3. Shift solenoid Clutch Pressure valve SLU P2757 Control Solenoid 4. Torque converter Comes on DTC stored AX-84 Performance (Shift clutch Solenoid Valve SLU) 5. Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) 6. Line pressure is too low 7. ECM Torque Converter 1. Open or short in Clutch Pressure shift solenoid valve P2759 Control Solenoid SLU circuitControl Circuit 2. Shift solenoid Comes on DTC stored AX-89 Electrical (Shift valve SLU Solenoid Valve SLU) 3. ECM A, AX–42 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX DTC P0705 Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunc-tion (PRNDL Input) DESCRIPTION

The park/neutral position switch detects the shift lever position and sends signals to the ECM. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area (a) Any 2 or more of following signals are ON simultaneously. (2-trip detection logic) • P input signal • R input signal • N input signal • Open or short in park/neutral position switch circuit P0705 • D input signal • Park/neutral position switch• 2 input signal • Shift lock control ECU • L input signal • ECM (b) All switches are OFF simultaneously for P, R, N, D, 2 and L positions. (2-trip detection logic) (c) L or 3 input signal is ON for P, R or N position. (2-trip detection logic)

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

This DTC indicates a problem with the park/neutral position switch and the wire harness in the park/ neutral position switch circuit. The park/neutral position switch detects the shift lever position and sends a signal to the ECM. For safety, the park/neutral position switch detects the shift lever position so that the engine can be started only when the shift lever is in the P or N position. The park/neutral position switch sends a signal to the ECM according to the shift position (P, R, N, D, 2 or L). The ECM determines that there is a problem with the switch or related parts if it receives 2 or more position signals simultaneously. The ECM turns on the MIL and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0705: Park/neutral position switch/Verify switch input Required sensors/Components Park/neutral position switch Frequency of operation Continuous Duration Condition (a) and (c): 2 secondsCondition (b): 60 seconds MIL operation 2 driving cycles Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Ignition switch ON Battery voltage 10.5 V or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

One of the following conditions is met: Condition (a), (b) or (c) Condition (a): Number of following signals input simultaneously 2 or more P switch ON R switch ON N switch ON D switch ON, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–43

X

2 switch ON L switch ON

Condition (b): All of the following conditions are met.

P switch OFF R switch OFF N switch OFF D switch OFF 2 switch OFF L switch OFF

Condition (c): When shift lever is in P, R or N position, either of following conditions is met.

3 switch ON L switch ON

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Park/neutral position switch The park/neutral position switch sends only one signal to the ECM.

WIRING DIAGRAM

C27 Park/Neutral Position Switch ECM PL C20

P RL

R A

NL N

To Gauge RB Fuse DL

D

2L

LL L

A21

ODMS

NSSD AT3 D22 Shift Lock Control ECU C117646E02,

AX–44 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. DATA LIST

HINT: Using the DATA LIST displayed by the intelligent tester, you can read the values of the switches,

sensors, actuators and so on without parts removal. Reading the DATA LIST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time. (a) Turn the ignition switch off. (b) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle

Interface Module) to the DLC3.

(c) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (d) Turn on the tester. (e) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST. (f) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the DATA LIST. Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition Diagnostic Note PNP (Park/Neutral Position) SW Shift lever position; REVERSE Status/ R: ON ON or OFF Except R: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;PARKING P: ON When shift lever position ON or OFF Except P: OFF displayed on intelligent tester differs from actual position, Shift lever position; adjustment of PNP switch or shift NEUTRAL PNP SW Status/ON or OFF N: ON cable may be incorrect.Except N: OFF DRIVE PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; ON or OFF D or 3: ONExcept D and 3: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;3RD ON or OFF 3: ON -Except 3: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;2ND 2: ON When shift lever position ON or OFF Except 2: OFF displayed on intelligent tester differs from actual position, PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; adjustment of PNP switch or shift LOW ON or OFF L: ON cable may be incorrect.Except L: OFF 1 READ VALUE OF DATA LIST (PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the intelligent tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED

OBD II / DATA LIST.

, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–45

X

(e) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the

DATA LIST.

Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition Diagnostic Note PNP (Park/Neutral Position) SW Shift lever position; REVERSE Status/ R: ON ON or OFF Except R: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;PARKING ON or OFF P: ONExcept P: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;NEUTRAL N: ON When shift lever position ON or OFF Except N: OFF displayed on intelligent tester differs from actual position, PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; adjustment of PNP switch or shift DRIVE ON or OFF D or 3: ON cable may be incorrect.Except D and 3: OFF PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position;2ND ON or OFF 2: ONExcept 2: OFF LOW PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; ON or OFF L: ONExcept L: OFF

OK Go to step 5 NG

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (POWER SOURCE OF PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION

SWITCH)

(a) Disconnect the park/neutral position switch connector. Wire Harness Side: (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, and measure C27 the voltage. (Connector Front View) AStandard voltage RB Tester Connection Specified Condition 2 (RB) - Body ground 11 to 14V1234NG CHECK POWER SOURCE OF ECM56789C117645E01

OK

,

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3 INSPECT PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the park/neutral position switch connector. Component Side: (b) Measure the resistance when the shift lever is moved to (Connector Front View) each position.

Standard resistance

2L RB RL C27 Shift Position Tester Connection Specified ConditionBPorN4(B) - 5 (L) Below1ΩExcept P andN4(B) - 5 (L) 10 kΩ or higher4321P2(RB) - 6 (PL) Below1Ω98765ExceptP2(RB) - 6 (PL) 10 kΩ or higherR1(RL) - 2 (RB) Below1ΩNL L ExceptR1(RL) - 2 (RB) 10 kΩ or higher LL DL PLN2(RB) - 9 (NL) Below1ΩExceptN2(RB) - 9 (NL) 10 kΩ or higher D or32(RB) - 7 (DL) Below1ΩC130119E04 Except D and32(RB) - 7 (DL) 10 kΩ or higher22(RB) - 3 (2L) Below1ΩExcept22(RB) - 3 (2L) 10 kΩ or higherL2(RB) - 8 (LL) Below1ΩExceptL2(RB) - 8 (LL) 10 kΩ or higher

NG REPLACE PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY OK

4 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH - ECM) (a) Connect the park/neutral position switch connector. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, and measure the voltage when the shift lever is moved to eachRN2Dposition.

Standard voltage

Shift Position Tester Connection Specified Condition P 73 (P) - Body ground 11 to 14 V Except P 73 (P) - Body ground Below1VR53 (R) - Body ground 11 to 14 V* Except R 53 (R) - Body ground Below1VN54 (N) - Body ground 11 to 14VPLExcept N 54 (N) - Body ground Below1VDor 3 56 (D) - Body ground 11 to 14 V C130155E01 Except D and 3 56 (D) - Body ground Below1V255 (2) - Body ground 11 to 14 V Except 2 55 (2) - Body ground Below1VL74 (L) - Body ground 11 to 14 V Except L 74 (L) - Body ground Below 1 V, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–47

X

HINT: *: The voltage will drop slightly due to the back up light being turned on. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR OK

5 READ VALUE OF DATA LIST (PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH) (a) Connect the ECM connector. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the intelligent tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST. (e) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the DATA LIST. Item Measurement Item/ Range (display) Normal Condition 3RD PNP SW Status/ Shift lever position; ON or OFF 3: ONExcept 3: OFF OK CHECK FOR INTERMITTENT PROBLEMS

NG

6 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH - SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU)

A

(a) Disconnect the shift lock control ECU connector. Wire Harness Side: D22 (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, and measure (Connector Front View) the voltage when the shift lever is moved to each position. Standard voltage Shift Position Tester Connection Specified Condition D or39(NSSD) - 8 (E) 11 to 14 V Except D and39(NSSD) - 8 (E) Below1VNG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR E NSSD CONNECTOR C117647E01

OK

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7 INSPECT SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the shift lock control ECU connector. Component Side: (b) Measure the resistance when the shift lever is moved to D22 (Connector Front View) each position. Standard resistance AT3 Shift Position Tester Connection Specified Condition33(AT3) - 9 (NSSD) Below1ΩD3(AT3) - 9 (NSSD) 10 kΩ or higher NG REPLACE SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU SUB-ASSEMBLY

NSSD

C117648E02

OK

8 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU - ECM) (a) Connect the shift lock control ECU connector. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connectors. (Connector Front View) (c) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, and measure A21 the voltage. ODMS Standard voltage Shift Position Tester Connection Specified Condition 3 26 (ODMS) - Body ground 11 to 14 V Except 3 26 (ODMS) - Body ground Below1VNG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

A115671E41

OK

REPLACE ECM, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–49

X DTC P0710 Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor "A" Circuit DTC P0712 Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor "A" Circuit Low Input DTC P0713 Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor "A" Circuit High Input DESCRIPTION

Resistance Acceptable

A

Temperature G031389E08 The ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature sensor converts the fluid temperature into a resistance value which is input to the ECM. The sensor resistance changes with the transmission fluid temperature. As the temperature rises, the sensor resistance decreases. The ECM applies a voltage to the temperature sensor through ECM terminal THO1, and the ECM calculates the fluid temperature based on the voltage signal. HINT: • The ATF temperature is likely to increase under conditions such as towing, climbing hills and in heavy traffic. • When the ATF temperature sensor is normal, the transmission locks up in 4th gear with the shift lever in the D position and in 3rd gear with the shift lever in the 3rd position. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area Both (a) and (b) are detected momentarily within 0.5 seconds when neither P0712 nor P0713 is detected. (1- trip detection logic) (a) ATF temperature sensor resistance is less than 79 . • Open or short in ATF temperature sensor circuitP0710 Ω(b) ATF temperature sensor resistance is more than • Transmission wire (ATF temperature sensor) 156 k . • ECMΩ HINT: Within 0.5 seconds, malfunction switches from (a) to (b) or from (b) to (a).,

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DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area P0712 ATF temperature sensor resistance is less than 79 • Short in ATF temperature sensor circuit

for 0.5 seconds or more. (1-trip detection logic) • Transmission wire (ATF temperature sensor)• ECM Following condition continues for 0.5 seconds or more. • Open in ATF temperature sensor circuit P0713 (1-trip detection logic)ATF temperature sensor resistance is more than 156 • Transmission wire (ATF temperature sensor) kΩ after 15 minutes or more after starting engine. • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION The ATF temperature sensor converts the ATF temperature to an electrical resistance value. Based on

the resistance, the ECM determines the ATF temperature and detects opens or shorts in the ATF temperature circuit. If the resistance value of the ATF temperature is less than 79 Ω*1 or more than 156 kΩ*2, the ECM interprets this as a fault in the ATF sensor or wiring. The ECM turns on the MIL and stores the DTC. *1: 150°C (302°F) or more is indicated regardless of the actual ATF temperature. *2: -40°C (-40°F) is indicated regardless of the actual ATF temperature.

HINT: The ATF temperature can be checked on the intelligent tester display. MONITOR STRATEGY

P0710: ATF temperature sensor/Range check (Fluttering) Related DTCs P0712: ATF temperature sensor/Range check (Low resistance) P0713: ATF temperature sensor/Range check (High resistance) Required sensors/Components ATF temperature sensor (TFT*1 sensor) Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 0.5 seconds MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None *1: Transmission Fluid Temperature

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS P0710: Range check (Fluttering)

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None The typical enabling conditions are not available. -

P0712: Range check (Low resistance)

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None The typical enabling conditions are not available. -

P0713: Range check (High resistance)

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Time after engine start 15 minutes or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS P0710: Range check (Fluttering)

Less than 79 Ω ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) resistance or More than 156 kΩ

P0712: Range check (Low resistance)

ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) resistance Less than 79 Ω, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–51

X

P0713: Range check (High resistance) ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) resistance More than 156 kΩ

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) resistance Resistance: 79 Ω to 156 kΩ

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid (ATF Temperature Sensor) ECM5VTHO THO1 E2 ETHO C117649E02

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. DATA LIST HINT: Using the DATA LIST displayed by the intelligent tester, you can read the values of the switches, sensors, actuators and so on without parts removal. Reading the DATA LIST as the first step of A troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time. NOTICE: In the table below, the values listed under "Normal Condition" are reference values. Do not depend solely on these reference values when deciding whether a part is faulty or not. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3. (d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST. (g) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the DATA LIST. Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition Diagnostic Note ATF Temperature Sensor Value/ • After Stall Test; If value is -40°C (-40°F) or 150°C A/T OIL TEMP1 min.: -40°C (-40°F) Approximately 80°C (176°F) (302°F) or more, ATF max.: 215 C (419 F) • Equal to ambient temperature temperature sensor circuit is ° ° when cold soak open or short. HINT: When DTC P0712 is output and the intelligent tester reading is 150°C (302°F) or more, there is a short circuit. When DTC P0713 is output and the intelligent tester reading is -40°C (-40°F), there is an open circuit., AX–52 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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Measure the resistance between terminal THO1 and the body ground. Temperature Displayed Malfunction -40°C (-40°F) Open circuit 150°C (302°F) or more Short circuit HINT: If a circuit related to the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature sensor becomes open, P0713 is immediately set (within 0.5 seconds). 1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (ATF TEMPERATURE SENSOR) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition THO 1 (THO) - 6 (E2) 79 Ω to 156 kΩ 1 (THO) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 6 (E2) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher HINT: E2 If the resistance is outside the specified range at either of the ATF temperatures shown in the table below, the driveability of the vehicle may be affected. Standard resistance C117650E01 ATF Temperature Specified Condition 20°C (68°F) 3 to 4 kΩ 110°C (230°F) 0.22 to 0.28 kΩ NG REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION

WIRE OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission wire connector to the Wire Harness Side: transaxle. C20 (Connector Front View) (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 72 (THO1) - 95 (ETHO) 79 Ω to 156 kΩ 72 (THO1) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 95 (ETHO) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

THO1 ETHO A107892E03, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–53

X OK

REPLACE ECM

A

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AX DTC P0711 Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor "A" Performance DESCRIPTION

The ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature sensor converts the fluid temperature into a resistance value which is input to the ECM. The sensor resistance changes with the transmission fluid temperature. As the temperature rises, the sensor resistance decreases. The ECM applies a voltage to the temperature sensor through ECM terminal THO1, and the ECM calculates the fluid temperature based on the voltage signal. HINT: • The ATF temperature is likely to increase under conditions such as towing, climbing hills and in traffic. • When the ATF temperature sensor is normal, the transmission locks up in 4th gear with the shift lever in the D position and in 3rd gear with the shift lever in the 3rd position. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area Either of the following Condition (A) or (B) is met: Condition (A): All of (a), (b) and (c) are detected (2-trip detection logic): (a) Intake air and engine coolant temperatures are more than -10°C (14°F) at engine start. (b) After normal driving for over 9 minutes and 5.6 miles P0711 (9 km) or more, ATF temperature is less than 20 C • ATF level ° (68 F). • Transmission wire (ATF temperature sensor)° (c) 19 minutes or more have elapsed after engine start. • ECM Condition (B): Both (a) and (b) are detected (2-trip detection logic) (a) Engine coolant temperature is less than 35°C (95°F) at engine start. (b) ATF temperature is 100°C (212°F) or more when engine coolant temperature reaches 60°C (140°F).

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

The ATF temperature sensor converts the ATF temperature to an electrical resistance value. Based on the resistance, the ECM determines the ATF temperature and detects opens or shorts in the ATF temperature circuit or a fault of the ATF temperature sensor. After running the vehicle for a certain period, the ATF temperature should increase. If the ATF temperature is below 20°C (68°F) after running the vehicle for a certain period, the ECM interprets this as a fault, and turns on the MIL. When the ATF temperature is 100°C (212°F) or more and engine coolant temperature reaches 60°C (140°F) after cold start, the ECM also determines this as a fault, turns on the MIL, and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0711: ATF temperature sensor/Rationality check Required sensors/Components ATF temperature sensor (TFT* sensor) Frequency of operation Continuous Duration Condition (A): 3 secondsCondition (B): 10 seconds MIL operation 2 driving cycles Sequence of operation None *: Transmission Fluid Temperature, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–55

X TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS The following conditions are common to Condition (A) and (B).

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) circuit No circuit malfunction ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) sensor circuit No circuit malfunction IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor circuit No circuit malfunction Electronic Throttle Control System (if applicable) No circuit malfunction

Condition (A):

Time after engine start 18 minutes and 20 seconds or more Driving distance after engine start 5.6 mile (9 km) or more Accumulated driving time 9 minutes and 10 seconds or more ECT -15°C (5°F) or more IAT (12 seconds after engine start) -10°C (14°F) or more ECT (12 seconds after engine start) -10°C (14°F) or more

Condition (B):

ECT (Current temperature) 60°C (140°F) or more ECT (12 seconds after engine start) Less than 35°C (95°F) ATF temperature (12 seconds after engine start) 100°C (212°F) or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS Either of the following conditions is met: Condition (A) or (B) Condition (A):

ATF temperature Less than 20°C (68°F)

Condition (B):

ATF temperature 100°C (212°F) or more

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE A

ATF temperature 20°C (68°F) or more and less than 100°C (212°F) under specific condition

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. DATA LIST

HINT: Using the DATA LIST displayed by the intelligent tester, you can read the values of the switches,

sensors, actuators and so on without parts removal. Reading the DATA LIST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time.

NOTICE: In the table below, the values listed under "Normal Condition" are reference values. Do not

depend solely on these reference values when deciding whether a part is faulty or not. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle

Interface Module) to the DLC3.

(d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DATA LIST., AX–56 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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(g) In accordance with the display on the tester, read the DATA LIST. Item Measurement Item/Range (display) Normal Condition ATF Temperature Sensor Value/ • After Stall Test; Approximately 80°C A/T OIL TEMP1 min.: -40°C (-40 F) (176°F)° max.: 215 C (419 F) • Equal to ambient temperature when cold ° ° soak HINT: When DTC P0712 is output and intelligent tester reading is 150°C (302°F) or more, there is a short circuit. When DTC P0713 is output and intelligent tester reading is -40°C (-40°F), there is an open circuit. Measure the resistance between terminal THO1 and the body ground. Temperature Displayed Malfunction -40°C (-40°F) Open circuit 150°C (302°F) or more Short circuit HINT: If a circuit related to the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature sensor becomes open, P0713 is immediately set (within 0.5 seconds). It is not necessary to inspect the circuit when P0711 is set. 1 CHECK OTHER DTCS OUTPUT (IN ADDITION TO DTC P0711) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES. (e) Read the DTCs using the tester. Result Display (DTC output) Proceed to P0711 A P0711 and other DTCs B HINT: If any DTCs codes besides P0711 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs first. B GO TO DTC CHART

A

2 CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL OK: Automatic transmission fluid level is correct. NG ADD FLUID

OK

REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE (ATF TEMPERATURE SENSOR), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–57

X DTC P0717 Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal DESCRIPTION This sensor detects the rotation speed of the input turbine. By comparing the input turbine speed signal

(NT) with the speed sensor signal (SPD), the ECM detects the shift timing of the gears and appropriately controls the engine torque and hydraulic pressure in response to various conditions, thus performing smooth gear shifting. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area All conditions below are detected for 5 seconds or more. (1-trip detection logic) (a) Gear change is not being performed. • Open or short in transmission revolution sensor (b) Gear position: 3rd or 4th (Speed sensor (NT)) circuit P0717 (c) T/M input shaft rpm: 300 rpm or less • Transmission revolution sensor (d) T/M output shaft rpm: 1,000 rpm or more • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) (e) Park/neutral position switch (NSW, R and L) is OFF. • ECM (f) Shift solenoid valves, park/neutral position switch and vehicle speed sensor are in normal operation.

MONITOR DESCRIPTION The ECM detects the revolving signal from the transmission revolution sensor (input RPM). The ECM

outputs a gearshift signal by comparing the transmission revolution sensor signal with the speed sensor signal (SPD). While the vehicle is operating in the 3rd or 4th gear position in the shift position of D, if the input shaft revolution is less than 300 rpm*1 although the output shaft revolution is more than 1,000 rpm*2, the ECM detects the malfunction, illuminates the MIL and stores the DTC. *1: Pulse is not output or is irregularly output. *2: The vehicle speed is 31 mph (50 km/h) or more.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0717: Turbine speed sensor/Verify pulse input Required sensors/Components Transmission revolution sensor (Speed sensor (NT)) A Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 5 seconds MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. P0500 (VSS)P0748 - P0798 (Trans solenoid (range)) Shift change After shift change is completed and before starting next shift change operation ECM selected gear 3rd or 4th Output shaft rpm 1,000 rpm or more Park/neutral position switch OFF R switch OFF L switch OFF Transmission range switch fail Not detected Battery voltage8Vor more Ignition switch ON Starter OFF Engine Running, AX–58 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

Sensor signal rpm Less than 300 rpm

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Transmission revolution sensor (speed sensor (NT)) Input turbine speed is equal to engine speed when lock-up ON

WIRING DIAGRAM

C29 Transmission Revolution Sensor

ECM

(Speed Sensor (NT)) NT+ 1 2 NT- E1 C130125E03

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (NT) INSTALLATION (a) Check the transmission revolution sensor installation. OK: The installation bolt is tightened properly and there is no clearance between the sensor and transmission case. NG SECURELY INSTALL OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR OK NG BR03795E36

OK

, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–59

X

2 INSPECT TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (a) Disconnect the transmission revolution sensor connector Sensor Side: from the transaxle. (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View): Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 560 Ω to 680 kΩ at 20°C (68°F) NG SECURELY INSTALL OR REPLACE C29 TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR21C110343E29

OK

3 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission revolution sensor connector. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 125 (NT+) - 124 (NT-) 560 to 680 kΩ at 20°C (68°F) A 125 (NT+) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 124 (NT-) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

NT- NT+ A107892E04

OK

REPLACE ECM,

AX–60 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX DTC P0751 Shift Solenoid "A" Performance (Shift Solenoid Valve S1) DESCRIPTION The ECM uses signals from the vehicle speed sensor and speed sensor NT to detect the actual gear

position (1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th).

Then the ECM compares the actual gear with the shift schedule in the ECM memory to detect the

mechanical problems of the shift solenoid valves, the valve body or automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.). DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area S1 stuck OFF malfunction*1: ECM determines there is malfunction when both of • Shift solenoid valve S1 remains closed following conditions are met: (2-trip detection logic) • Valve body is blocked P0751 (a) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 1st gear, • Shift solenoid valve S1 actual gear is shifted to 4th. • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) (b) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 4th gear, • ECM actual gear is shifted to 4th. S1 stuck ON malfunction*2: ECM determines that there is malfunction when both of • Shift solenoid valve S1 remains open following conditions are met: (2-trip detection logic) • Valve body is blocked P0751 (a) When ECM directs gearshift to switch from 3rd to • Shift solenoid valve S1 4th gear, actual gear is not shifted as above. • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) (b) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 4th gear, • ECM engine speed surges 1,100 rpm or more.

HINT: Gear positions in the event of a solenoid valve mechanical problem:

Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th *1: Actual gear position under S1 stuck OFF malfunction 4th 3rd 3rd 4th *2: Actual gear position under S1 stuck ON malfunction 1st 2nd 2nd 1st

MONITOR DESCRIPTION This DTC indicates "stuck ON malfunction" or "stuck OFF malfunction" of shift solenoid valve S1. The ECM controls the gearshifts by turning the shift solenoid valves ON/OFF. When the gear position

directed by the ECM and the actual gear position do not match, the ECM illuminates the MIL and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

P0751: Related DTCs Shift solenoid valve S1/OFF malfunction Shift solenoid valve S1/ON malfunction Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve S1, Speed sensor (NT), Speed sensor (SPD) Frequency of operation Continuous OFF malfunction (a): 0.85 seconds Duration OFF malfunction (b): 0.8 secondsON malfunction (a): 0.8 seconds ON malfunction (b): 0.8 seconds MIL operation 2 driving cycle Sequence of operation None,

U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–61 X TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS The following conditions are common to all OFF malfunctions and ON malfunctions.

P0115 - P0118 (ECT sensor) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. P0125 (Insufficient ECT for closed loop)P0500 (VSS) P0748 - P0798 (Trans solenoid (range)) ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) 60°C (140°F) or more Time after shifting N to D 4.5 seconds or more Transmission shift position D Shift solenoid valve S1 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve S2 circuit No circuit malfunction ECT sensor circuit No circuit malfunction Electronic Throttle Control System (if applicable) No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (NT) circuit No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (SPD) circuit No circuit malfunction

OFF malfunction (a):

ECM gearshift command 1st 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Vehicle speed and Less than 24.9 mph (40 km/h) 25 % or more and Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm (Conditions vary with engine speed)

OFF malfunction (b):

ECM gearshift command 4th Last ECM selected gear 3rd

ON malfunction (a):

ECM gearshift command 4th Last ECM selected gear 3rd A

ON malfunction (b):

ECM gearshift command 4th V current - V last V current: Vehicle speed at current ECM selected gear Less than 9.3 mph (15 km/h) V last: Vehicle speed at last ECM selected gear TH current - TH last TH current: Throttle valve opening angle at current ECM selected gear Less than 30 % TH last: Throttle valve opening angle at last ECM selected gear Vehicle speed (current) Less than 52.8 mph (85 km/h) Throttle valve opening angle (current) Less than 45 % Engine speed (current) 3,200 rpm or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

[OFF malfunction]

Both of the following conditions met: OFF malfunctions (a) and (b)

2 detections are necessary per driving cycle. 1st detection: Temporary flag ON 2nd detection: Pending fault code ON,

AX–62 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX OFF malfunction (a):

Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) NT: Input (turbine) speed 0.64 or more and less than 0.78 (Current) NO: Internal counter shaft speed (This means actual gear is 4th)

OFF malfunction (b):

Changes as follows 0.95 or more and less than 1.09 (Last) Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) (This means actual gear is 3rd)to 0.64 or more and less than 0.78 (Current) (This means actual gear is 4th) [ON malfunction]

Both of the following conditions met: ON malfunctions (a) and (b) ON malfunction (a):

No change as follows 0.95 or more and less than 1.09 (Last) Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) (This means actual gear is 3rd)to 0.64 or more and less than 0.78 (Current) (This means actual gear is 4th)

ON malfunction (b):

NE change HINT: NE current - NE last 1,100 rpm or more NE current: Engine speed at current ECM selected gear NE last: Engine speed at last ECM selected gear

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. ACTIVE TEST

HINT: Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester allows components, such as the relay, VSV,

and actuator, to be operated without removing any parts. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time.

It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST.

(a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle

Interface Module) to the DLC3.

(d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / ACTIVE TEST / SHIFT. (g) In accordance with the display on the tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST.

HINT: While driving, the shift position can be forcibly changed using the intelligent tester. Comparing the shift position commanded by the ACTIVE TEST with the actual shift position

enables you to confirm the problem (See page AX-27). Item Test Details Diagnostic Note [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid valve and set each shift position. [Vehicle Condition] SHIFT • IDL: ON Possible to check operation of shift solenoid • 30 mph (50 km/h) or less valves. [Others] • Press "→" button: Shift up • Press "←" button: Shift down, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–63

X

HINT: • This test can be conducted when the vehicle speed is 30 mph (50 km/h) or less. • The 3rd to 4th up-shifting must be performed with the accelerator pedal released. • The 4th to 3rd down-shifting must be performed with the accelerator pedal released. • Do not operate the accelerator pedal for at least 2 seconds after shifting and do not shift more than once in succession. • The shift position directed by the ECM is shown in the DATA LIST / SHIFT display on the intelligent tester. • Shift solenoid valve S1 is turned on/off normally when the shift lever is in the D position: Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Shift solenoid valve S1 ON ON OFF OFF 1 CHECK OTHER DTCS OUTPUT (IN ADDITION TO DTC P0751) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES. (e) Read the DTCs using the tester. Result Display (DTC output) Proceed to P0751 A P0751 and other DTCs B HINT: If any DTCs besides P0751 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs first. B GO TO DTC CHART A

A

, AX–64 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX

2 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 (a) Remove shift solenoid valve S1. Shift Solenoid Valve S1: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition

Ω Solenoid Connector (S1) - Solenoid

Body (S1) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector and the negative (-) lead to the solenoid body to check the solenoid valve operation. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. (-) (+) NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1

B

C130146E01

OK

3 INSPECT TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY OK: There are no foreign objects on any valves and they operate smoothly. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–65

X DTC P0756 Shift Solenoid "B" Performance (Shift Solenoid Valve S2) DESCRIPTION The ECM uses signals from the vehicle speed sensor and speed sensor NT to detect the actual gear

position (1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th).

Then the ECM compares the actual gear with the shift schedule in the ECM memory to detect the

mechanical problems of the shift solenoid valves, the valve body or automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.). DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area S2 stuck OFF malfunction*1: Shifting to 1st and 4th gears is impossible. ECM determines that there is malfunction when all of • Shift solenoid valve S2 remains closed following conditions are met: (2-trip detection logic) • Valve body is blocked P0756 (a) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 1st gear, • Shift solenoid valve S2 actual gear is shifted to 2nd. • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) (b) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 3rd gear, • ECM actual gear is shifted to 3rd. (c) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 4th gear, actual gear is shifted to 3rd. S2 stuck ON malfunction*2: Shifting to 2nd gear and 3rd gear is impossible. ECM determines that there is malfunction when all of • Shift solenoid valve S2 remains open following conditions are met: (2-trip detection logic) • Valve body is blocked P0756 (a) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 2nd gear, • Shift solenoid valve S2 actual gear is shifted to 1st. • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) (b) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 3rd gear, • ECM actual gear is shifted to 4th. (c) When ECM directs gearshift to switch to 4th gear, actual gear is shifted to 4th.

HINT: Gear positions in the event of a solenoid valve mechanical problem:

Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A *1: Actual gear position under S2 stuck OFF malfunction 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd *2: Actual gear position under S2 stuck ON malfunction 1st 1st 4th 4th

MONITOR DESCRIPTION This DTC indicates "stuck ON malfunction" or "stuck OFF malfunction" of shift solenoid valve S2. The ECM controls the gearshifts by turning the shift solenoid valves ON/OFF. When the gear position

directed by the ECM and the actual gear position do not match, the ECM illuminates the MIL and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

P0756: Related DTCs Shift solenoid valve S2/OFF malfunction Shift solenoid valve S2/ON malfunction Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve S2, Speed sensor (NT), Speed sensor (SPD) Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 0.85 seconds MIL operation 2 driving cycle Sequence of operation None,

AX–66 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS The following conditions are common to all OFF malfunctions and ON malfunctions.

P0115 - P0118 (ECT sensor) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. P0125 (Insufficient ECT for closed loop)P0500 (VSS) P0748 - P0798 (Trans solenoid (range)) ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) 60°C (140°F) or more Transmission shift position D Time after shifting N to D 4.5 seconds or more Shift solenoid valve S1 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve S2 circuit No circuit malfunction ECT sensor circuit No circuit malfunction Electronic Throttle Control System (if applicable) No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (NT) circuit No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (SPD) circuit No circuit malfunction

OFF malfunction (a):

ECM gearshift command 1st 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Vehicle speed and less than 24.9 mph (40 km/h) Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed)

OFF malfunction (b):

ECM gearshift command 3rd Vehicle speed 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed)

OFF malfunction (c):

ECM gearshift command 4th Vehicle speed 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed)

ON malfunction (a):

ECM gearshift command 2nd Vehicle speed 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed)

ON malfunction (b):

ECM gearshift command 3rd Vehicle speed 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed)

ON malfunction (c):

ECM gearshift command 4th Vehicle speed 5.6 mph (9 km/h) or more Throttle valve opening angle 7.0 % or more at engine speed of 1,900 rpm(Conditions vary with engine speed), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–67

X TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

[OFF malfunction] All of the following conditions met: OFF malfunctions (a), (b) and (c) 2 detections are necessary per driving cycle. 1st detection: Temporary flag ON 2nd detection: Pending fault code ON OFF malfunction (a): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) NT: Input (turbine) speed 1.50 or more and less than 1.80 NO: Internal counter shaft speed (This means actual gear is 2nd) OFF malfunction (b): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) 0.95 or more and less than 1.09(This means actual gear is 3rd) OFF malfunction (c): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) 0.95 or more and less than 1.09(This means actual gear is 3rd) [ON malfunction] All of the following conditions met: ON malfunctions (a), (b) and (c) ON malfunction (a): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) 2.75 or more and less than 3.35(This means actual gear is 1st) ON malfunction (b): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) 0.64 or more and less than 0.78(This means actual gear is 4th) ON malfunction (c): Input speed/Output speed (NT/NO) 0.64 or more and less than 0.78(This means actual gear is 4th)

INSPECTION PROCEDURE A

1. ACTIVE TEST HINT: Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester allows components, such as the relay, VSV, and actuator, to be operated without removing any parts. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time. It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3. (d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / ACTIVE TEST / SHIFT. (g) In accordance with the display on the tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST. HINT: While driving, the shift position can be forcibly changed using the intelligent tester. Comparing the shift position commanded by the ACTIVE TEST with the actual shift position enables you to confirm the problem (See page AX-27)., AX–68 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX

Item Test Details Diagnostic Note [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid valve and set each shift position. [Vehicle Condition] SHIFT • IDL: ON Possible to check operation of shift solenoid • 30 mph (50 km/h) or less valves. [Others] • Press "→" button: Shift up • Press "←" button: Shift down HINT: • This test can be conducted when the vehicle speed is 30 mph (50 km/h) or less. • The 3rd to 4th up-shifting must be performed with the accelerator pedal released. • The 4th to 3rd down-shifting must be performed with the accelerator pedal released. • Do not operate the accelerator pedal for at least 2 seconds after shifting and do not shift more than once in succession. • The shift position directed by the ECM is shown in the DATA LIST/ SHIFT display on the intelligent tester. • Shift solenoid valve S2 is turned on/off normally when the shift lever is in the D position: Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Shift solenoid valve S2 ON OFF OFF ON 1 CHECK OTHER DTCS OUTPUT (IN ADDITION TO DTC P0756) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES. (e) Read the DTCs using the tester. Result Display (DTC output) Proceed to P0756 A P0756 and other DTCs B HINT: If any other DTCs besides P0756 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs first. B GO TO DTC CHART

A

, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–69

X

2 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 (a) Remove shift solenoid valve S2. Shift Solenoid Valve S2: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance

Ω Tester Connection Specified ConditionSolenoid Connector (S2) - Solenoid

Body (S2) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector and the negative (-) lead to the solenoid body to check the solenoid valve operation. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. (-) (+)

B NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2

C130147E01

OK

3 INSPECT TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY OK: A There are no foreign objects on any valves and they operate smoothly. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY,

AX–70 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX DTC P0787 Shift / Timing Solenoid Low (Shift Solenoid Valve ST) DTC P0788 Shift / Timing Solenoid High (Shift Solenoid Valve ST) DESCRIPTION Shift solenoid valve ST is switched OFF-ON-OFF in accordance with signals from the ECM when up-

shifting and down-shifting between the 3rd and the 4th gears. This reduces the shock of gear shifting between these positions. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area ECM detects short in solenoid valve ST circuit 4 times • Short in shift solenoid valve ST circuit P0787 when solenoid valve ST is operated. (1-trip detection • Shift solenoid valve ST logic) • ECM ECM detects open in solenoid valve ST circuit 4 times • Open in shift solenoid valve ST circuit P0788 when solenoid valve ST is not operated. (1-trip • Shift solenoid valve ST detection logic) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION When there is an open or short circuit in the shift solenoid valve circuit, the ECM detects the problem and

the MIL comes on.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0787: Shift timing solenoid/Range check (Low resistance)P0788: Shift timing solenoid/Range check (High resistance) Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve ST Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 0.128 seconds MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS P0787: Range check (Low resistance)

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present None Solenoid ON Time after solenoid OFF to ON More than 0.008 seconds Battery voltage8Vor more Ignition switch ON Starter OFF

P0788: Range check (High resistance)

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present None Solenoid OFF Time after solenoid ON to OFF More than 0.008 seconds Battery voltage8Vor more Ignition switch ON Starter OFF, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–71

X TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0787: Range check (Low resistance) Shift solenoid valve ST resistance8Ωor less P0788: Range check (High resistance) Shift solenoid valve ST resistance 100 kΩ or more

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Shift solenoid valve ST resistance 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F)

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid ECM (Shift Solenoid Valve ST) +B

CPU IC

ST ST

A

C130127E04, AX–72 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition ST 2 (ST) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) NG Go to step 3 C117650E02

OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission connector to the transaxle. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 80 (ST) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20 °C (68 °F) NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR ST

C130155E02

OK

REPLACE ECM, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–73

X

3 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST (a) Remove shift solenoid valve ST. Shift Solenoid Valve ST: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition Solenoid Connector (ST) - Solenoid Body (ST) 11 to 15 Ω at 20 °C (68 °F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector and the negative (-) lead to the solenoid body to check the solenoid valve operation. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST D009034E02

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE

A

, AX–74 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX DTC P0973 Shift Solenoid "A" Control Circuit Low (Shift Solenoid Valve S1) DTC P0974 Shift Solenoid "A" Control Circuit High (Shift Solenoid Valve S1) DESCRIPTION

Shifting from 1st to 4th is performed in combination with the ON and OFF operations of shift solenoid valves S1 and S2 which are controlled by the ECM. If an open or short circuit occurs in either of the shift solenoid valves, the ECM controls the remaining normal shift solenoid valve to allow the vehicle to be driven smoothly. (If an open or short circuit occurs, the ECM stops sending currents to the affected circuit.) Fail-safe function (See page AX-27). DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area ECM detects short in solenoid valve S1 circuit 4 times • Short in shift solenoid valve S1 circuit P0973 when solenoid valve S1 is operated. (1-trip detection • Shift solenoid valve S1 logic) • ECM ECM detects open in solenoid valve S1 circuit 4 times • Open in shift solenoid valve S1 circuit P0974 when solenoid valve S1 is not operated. (1-trip • Shift solenoid valve S1 detection logic) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

The ECM commands gearshift by turning the shift solenoid valves ON/OFF. When there is an open or short circuit in the shift solenoid valve S1 circuit, the ECM detects the problem and the MIL comes on. Illuminating the MIL, the ECM performs the fail-safe and turns the other functioning shift solenoid valve ON/OFF. (If an open or short circuit occurs, the ECM stops sending currents to the affected circuit.)

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0973: Shift solenoid valve S1/Range check (Low resistance)P0974: Shift solenoid valve S1/Range check (High resistance) Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve S1 Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 0.128 seconds or more MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0973: Range check (Low resistance) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Solenoid ON Time after solenoid OFF to ON More than 0.008 seconds P0974: Range check (High resistance) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Solenoid OFF Time after solenoid ON to OFF More than 0.008 seconds, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–75

X TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0973: Range check (Low resistance) Shift solenoid valve S1 resistance8Ωor less P0974: Range check (High resistance) Shift solenoid valve S1 resistance 100 kΩ or more

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Shift solenoid valve S1 resistance 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F)

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 ECM Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid (Shift Solenoid Valve S1) +B

CPU IC

S1 S1

A

C130127E07

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

HINT: Shift solenoid valve S1 is turned on/off normally when the shift lever is in the D position: Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Shift solenoid valve S1 ON ON OFF OFF, AX–76 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX

1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition S1 5 (S1) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) NG Go to step 3 C117650E03

OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission connector to the transaxle. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 79 (S1) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

S1 C130155E03

OK

REPLACE ECM, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–77

X

3 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 (a) Remove shift solenoid valve S1. Shift Solenoid Valve S1: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition

Ω Solenoid Connector (S1) - Solenoid

Body (S1) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector and the negative (-) lead to the solenoid body to check the solenoid valve operation. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. (-) (+) NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1

B

C130146E01

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE

A

, AX–78 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX DTC P0976 Shift Solenoid "B" Control Circuit Low (Shift Solenoid Valve S2) DTC P0977 Shift Solenoid "B" Control Circuit High (Shift Solenoid Valve S2) DESCRIPTION

Shifting from 1st to 4th is performed in combination with the ON and OFF operations of shift solenoid valves S1 and S2 which are controlled by the ECM. If an open or short circuit occurs in either of the shift solenoid valves, the ECM controls the remaining normal shift solenoid valve to allow the vehicle to be driven smoothly. (If an open or short circuit occurs, the ECM stops sending currents to the affected circuit.) Fail-safe function (See page AX-27). DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area ECM detects short in solenoid valve S2 circuit 4 times • Short in shift solenoid valve S2 circuit P0976 when solenoid valve S2 is operated. (1-trip detection • Shift solenoid valve S2 logic) • ECM ECM detects open in solenoid valve S2 circuit 4 times • Open in shift solenoid valve S2 circuit P0977 when solenoid valve S2 is not operated. (1-trip • Shift solenoid valve S2 detection logic) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

The ECM commands gearshift by turning the shift solenoid valves ON/OFF. When there is an open or short circuit in the shift solenoid valve S2 circuit, the ECM detects the problem and the MIL comes on. Illuminating the MIL, the ECM performs the fail-safe and turns the other functioning shift solenoid valve ON/OFF. (If an open or short circuit occurs, the ECM stops sending currents to the affected circuit.)

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P0976: Shift solenoid valve S2/Range check (Low resistance)P0977: Shift solenoid valve S2/Range check (High resistance) Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve S2 Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 0.128 seconds or more MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0976: Range check (Low resistance) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Solenoid ON Time after solenoid OFF to ON More than 0.008 seconds P0977: Range check (High resistance) The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Solenoid OFF Time after solenoid ON to OFF More than 0.008 seconds, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–79

X TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0976: Range check (Low resistance) Shift solenoid valve S2 resistance8Ωor less P0977: Range check (High resistance) Shift solenoid valve S2 resistance 100 kΩ or more

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Shift solenoid valve S2 resistance 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F)

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid ECM (Shift Solenoid Valve S2) +B

CPU IC

S2 S2

A

C130127E08

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

HINT: Shift solenoid valve S2 is turned on/off normally when the shift lever is in the D position: Gearshift controlled by ECM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Shift solenoid valve S2 ON OFF OFF ON, AX–80 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 10 (S2) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) NG Go to step 3 S2 C117650E04

OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission connector to the transaxle. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 78 (S2) - Body ground 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

S2 C130155E04

OK

REPLACE ECM, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–81

X

3 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 (a) Remove shift solenoid valve S2. Shift Solenoid Valve S2: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance

Ω Tester Connection Specified ConditionSolenoid Connector (S2) - Solenoid

Body (S2) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector and the negative (-) lead to the solenoid body to check the solenoid valve operation. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. (-) (+)

B NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2

C130147E01

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE

A

, AX–82 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX DTC P2714 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Performance (Shift Solenoid Valve SLT) DESCRIPTION

Line Pressure Control Pressure Current Flow to Solenoid

ON OFF

1 cycle C114295E01 The throttle pressure that is applied to the primary regulator valve (which modulates the line pressure) causes shift solenoid valve SLT, under electronic control, to precisely modulate and generate the line pressure according to the extent that the accelerator pedal is depressed or the engine power output. This controls the line pressure and provides smooth shifting characteristics. Upon receiving a throttle valve opening angle signal, the ECM controls the line pressure by sending a predetermined duty ratio* to the solenoid valve, modulating the line pressure and generating throttle pressure. *: The duty ratio is the ratio of the current ON time (A) to the total of the current ON and OFF time (A + B). Duty Ratio (%) = A / (A + B) x 100 DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area • Shift solenoid valve SLT remains open or closed ECM detects malfunction on SLT (ON side) according • Valve body is blocked P2714 to difference in revolutions of turbine (input) and output • Torque converter clutch shaft. (2-trip detection logic) • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

In any forward position, when the difference between the revolutions of the turbine and output shaft exceeds the specified value (varies with output speed) determined by the ECM, the ECM illuminates the MIL and outputs the DTC. When shift solenoid valve SLT remains on, the oil pressure goes down and the clutch engagement force decreases.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P2714: Shift solenoid valve SLT/ON malfunction Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve SLT, Speed sensor (NT), Speed sensor (SPD) Frequency of operation Continuous,

U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–83 X

Duration 1.0 second MIL operation 2 driving cycles Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS The following conditions are common to ON malfunctions (a), (b), (c) and (d).

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Transmission shift position D Time after shifting N to D 4.5 seconds or more ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature -10°C (14°F) or more ATF temperature sensor (TFT sensor) circuit No circuit malfunction Electronic Throttle Control System (if applicable) No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve S1 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve S2 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve SLU circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve SLT circuit No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (NT) circuit No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (SPD) circuit No circuit malfunction

ON malfunction (a):

ECM gearshift command 1st Input (turbine) speed 200 rpm or more Output speed 300 rpm or more

ON malfunction (b):

ECM gearshift command 2nd Input (turbine) speed 200 rpm or more Output speed 300 rpm or more

ON malfunction (c): A

ECM gearshift command 3rd Input (turbine) speed 200 rpm or more Output speed 300 rpm or more

ON malfunction (d):

ECM gearshift command 4th Input (turbine) speed 200 rpm or more Output speed 300 rpm or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

[ON malfunction]

Detection condition: Total accumulated time of ON malfunctions (a), (b), (c) and (d) is 1 second or more ON malfunction (a):

NT - NO x 1st gear ratio NT: Input (turbine) speed More than 300 rpm at output speed of 1,000 rpm NO: Internal counter shaft speed (Conditions vary with output speed) Duration 0.85 seconds or more

ON malfunction (b):

NT - NO x 2nd gear ratio More than 300 rpm at output speed of 1,000 rpm(Conditions vary with output speed) Duration 0.85 seconds or more, AX–84 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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ON malfunction (c): NT - NO x 3rd gear ratio More than 300 rpm at output speed of 1,000 rpm(Conditions vary with output speed) Duration 0.85 seconds or more ON malfunction (d): NT - NO x 4th gear ratio More than 300 rpm at output speed of 1,000 rpm(Conditions vary with output speed) Duration 0.85 seconds or more

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. ACTIVE TEST HINT: Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester allows components, such as the relay, VSV, and actuator, to be operated without removing any parts. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time. It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3. (d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / ACTIVE TEST / SOLENOID (SLT). (g) In accordance with the display on the tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST. Item Test Details Diagnostic Note [Test Details] Operate shift solenoid SLT and raise line pressure. [Vehicle Condition] • Vehicle Stopped SOLENOID (SLT)* • IDL: ON - HINT: OFF: Line pressure up (when active test of SOLENOID (SLT) is performed, ECM turns off SLT solenoid) ON: No action (normal operation) *: SOLENOID (SLT) in the ACTIVE TEST is performed to check the line pressure changes by connecting SST to the automatic transaxle, which is used in the HYDRAULIC TEST (see page AX-13) as well. HINT: The pressure values in ACTIVE TEST and HYDRAULIC TEST are different from each other. 1 CHECK OTHER DTCS OUTPUT (IN ADDITION TO DTC P2714) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES. (e) Read the DTCs using the tester., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–85

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Result Display (DTC output) Proceed to P2714 A P2714 and other DTCs B HINT: If any other DTCs besides P2714 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs first. B GO TO DTC CHART

A

2 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT (a) Remove shift solenoid valve SLT. Shift Solenoid Valve SLT: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, then check the movement of the valve. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. 1 2 NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT

A

21W (-) (+) G020767E42

OK

3 INSPECT TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY OK: There are no foreign objects on any valves and they operate smoothly. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

OK

, AX–86 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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4 INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY OK: The torque converter clutch operates normally. NG REPLACE TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH

ASSEMBLY OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–87

X DTC P2716 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Electrical (Shift Solenoid Valve SLT) DESCRIPTION

Line Pressure Control Pressure Current Flow to Solenoid

ON OFF

1 cycle C114295E01 The throttle pressure that is applied to the primary regulator valve (which modulates the line pressure) causes shift solenoid valve SLT, under electronic control, to precisely modulate and generate the line pressure according to the extent that the accelerator pedal is depressed or the engine power output. This controls the line pressure and provides smooth shifting characteristics. A Upon receiving a throttle valve opening angle signal, the ECM controls the line pressure by sending a predetermined duty ratio* to the solenoid valve, modulating the line pressure and generating throttle pressure. *: The duty ratio is the ratio of the current ON time (A) to the total of the current ON and OFF time (A + B). Duty Ratio (%) = A / (A + B) x 100 DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area Open or short is detected in shift solenoid valve SLT • Open or short in shift solenoid valve SLT circuit P2716 circuit for 1 second or more while driving. (1-trip • Shift solenoid valve SLT detecting logic) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

When an open or short in the linear solenoid valve (SLT) circuit is detected, the ECM interprets this as a fault. The ECM turns on the MIL and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P2716: Shift solenoid valve SLT/Range check Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve SLT Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 1.0 second MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None,

AX–88 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present None Solenoid current cut status Not cut Battery voltage 11 V or more CPU commanded duty ratio 19 % or more Ignition switch ON Starter OFF

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

Solenoid status (SLT) from MIC Fail

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Shift solenoid valve SLT Resistance: 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F)

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid (Shift Solenoid Valve SLT)

ECM

+B SLT+ SLT+ SLT- SLT- CPU C130128E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–89

X INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 3 (SLT+) - 8 (SLT-) 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) 3 (SLT+) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 8 (SLT-) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG Go to step 3 SLT+ SLT- C117650E05

OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission connector to the transaxle. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition A 76 (SLT+) - 75 (SLT-) 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) 76 (SLT+) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 75 (SLT-) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

SLT- SLT+ A107892E09

OK

REPLACE ECM, AX–90 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX

3 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT (a) Remove shift solenoid valve SLT. Shift Solenoid Valve SLT: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, then check the movement of the valve. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. 1 2 NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT 21W (-) (+) G020767E42

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–91

X Torque Converter Clutch Pressure Control DTC P2757 Solenoid Performance (Shift Solenoid Valve SLU) DESCRIPTION

Lock-up Operation Pressure Current Flow to Solenoid G031449E02 The ECM uses the signals from the throttle position sensor, turbine (input) speed sensor, vehicle speed sensor and crankshaft position sensor to monitor the engagement condition of the lock-up clutch. Then the ECM compares the engagement condition of the lock-up clutch with the lock-up schedule in the ECM memory to detect mechanical problems of shift solenoid valve SLU, valve body and torque converter clutch. DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area • Shift solenoid valve SLU remains open or closed • Valve body is blocked Lock-up does not occur when driving in lock-up range • Shift solenoid valve SLU P2757 or lock-up remains ON in lock-up OFF range. • Torque converter clutch (2-trip detection logic) • Automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.) • Line pressure is too low • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION A

Torque converter lock-up is controlled by the ECM based on the speed sensor (NT), engine rpm (NE), engine load, engine coolant temperature, vehicle speed, transmission fluid temperature, and gear selection. The ECM determines the lock-up status of the torque converter by comparing the engine rpm (NE) to the input turbine rpm (NT). The ECM calculates the actual transmission gear by comparing input turbine rpm (NT) to output shaft speed. When conditions are appropriate, the ECM requests lock-up by applying the control voltage to shift solenoid valve SLU. When SLU is turned on, it applies pressure to the lock-up relay valve and locks the torque converter clutch. If the ECM detects no lock-up after lock-up has been requested or if it detects lock-up when it is not requested, the ECM interprets this as a fault in shift solenoid valve SLU or lock-up system performance. The ECM turns on the MIL and stores the DTC. Example: When either of the following is met, the system judges it as a malfunction. • There is a difference in the rotations of the input side (engine speed) and output side (input turbine speed) of the torque converter when the ECM commands lock-up. (Engine speed is at least 100 rpm greater than input turbine speed.) • There is no difference in the rotations of the input side (engine speed) and output side (input turbine speed) of the torque converter when the ECM commands lock-up off. (The difference between engine speed and input turbine speed is less than 35 rpm.),

AX–92 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX MONITOR STRATEGY

P2757: Related DTCs Shift solenoid valve SLU/OFF malfunction Shift solenoid valve SLU/ON malfunction Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve SLU, Speed sensor (NT), Crankshaft position sensor (NE) Frequency of operation Continuous Duration OFF malfunction: 3.5 secondsON malfunction: 1.8 seconds MIL operation 2 driving cycles Sequence of operation None

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS The following conditions are common to OFF malfunction and ON malfunction.

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Time after shifting N to D 4.5 seconds or more ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) 60°C (140°F) or more Transmission shift position D ECM selected gear 3rd or 4th Vehicle speed 15.5 mph (25 km/h) or more Shift solenoid valve S1 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve S2 circuit No circuit malfunction Shift solenoid valve SLU circuit No circuit malfunction ECT sensor circuit No circuit malfunction Electronic Throttle Control System (if applicable) No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (NT) circuit No circuit malfunction Speed sensor (SPD) circuit No circuit malfunction

OFF malfunction:

ECM lock-up command ON Duration time from lock-up on command 3 seconds or more Actual gear 3rd or 4th

ON malfunction:

ECM lock-up command OFF Throttle valve opening angle 8 % or more Vehicle speed Less than 37.3 mph (60 km/h) Actual gear 3rd Calculated load value 22 % or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS OFF malfunction:

Engine speed - Input (turbine) speed (NE - NT) 100 rpm or more [ON malfunction] 2 detections are necessary per driving cycle. 1st detection: Temporary flag ON 2nd detection: Pending fault code ON

Vehicle speed must be under 6.2 mph (10 km/h) once before 2nd detection. ON malfunction:

Difference between engine speed and Input (turbine) speed Less than 35 rpm, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–93

X INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1. ACTIVE TEST HINT: Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester allows components, such as the relay, VSV, and actuator, to be operated without removing any parts. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening labor time. It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST. (a) Warm up the engine. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (Controller Area Network Vehicle Interface Module) to the DLC3. (d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) Turn on the tester. (f) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / ACTIVE TEST / LOCK UP. (g) According to the display on the tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST. Item Test Details Diagnostic Note [Test Details] Control shift solenoid SLU to set automatic LOCK UP transaxle to lock-up condition.[Vehicle Condition] Possible to check SLU operation. Vehicle Speed: 36 mph (60 km/h) or more, and 4th gear HINT: • This test can be conducted when the vehicle speed is 36 mph (60 km/h) or less. • This test can be conducted in 4th gear. (h) Lightly depress the accelerator pedal and check that the engine speed does not change abruptly.

A

Accelerator Pedal Opening Angle Accelerator Pedal Fully Released Lock-up OFF Engine Speed Lock-up ON time G029214E05 HINT: • When changing the accelerator pedal opening angle while driving, if the engine speed does not change, lock-up is on. • Slowly, but not fully, release the accelerator pedal in order to decelerate. (Fully releasing the pedal will close the throttle valve and lock-up may be turned off.) 1 CHECK OTHER DTCS OUTPUT (IN ADDITION TO DTC P2757) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3., AX–94 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

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(b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (c) Turn on the tester. (d) Select the following items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES. (e) Read the DTCs using the tester. Result Display (DTC output) Proceed to P2757 A P2757 and other DTCs B HINT: If any other DTCs besides P2757 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs first. B GO TO DTC CHART

A

2 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU (a) Remove shift solenoid valve SLU. Shift Solenoid Valve SLU: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, then check the movement of the valve. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. 1 2 NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU 21W (-) (+) G020767E41

OK

3 INSPECT TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY OK: There are no foreign objects on any valves and they operate smoothly. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–95

X OK

4 INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY OK: The torque converter clutch operates normally. NG REPLACE TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH

ASSEMBLY OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

A

, AX–96 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX Torque Converter Clutch Pressure Control DTC P2759 Solenoid Control Circuit Electrical (Shift Sole-

noid Valve SLU)

DESCRIPTION

Lock-up Operation Pressure Current fiow to solenoid

ON OFF

1 cycle C110339E01 The amount of current flowing to the solenoid is controlled by the duty ratio* of the ECM output signal. The higher the duty ratio* becomes, the higher the lock-up hydraulic pressure becomes during the lock-up operation. *: The duty ratio is the ratio of the current ON time (A) to the total of the current ON and OFF times (A + B). Duty Ratio (%) = A / (A + B) x 100 DTC No. DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area Open or short is detected in shift solenoid valve SLU • Open or short in shift solenoid valve SLU circuit P2759 circuit for 1 second or more while driving. (1-trip • Shift solenoid valve SLU detection logic) • ECM

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

When an open or short in the linear solenoid valve (SLU) circuit is detected, the ECM interprets this as a fault. The ECM turns on the MIL and stores the DTC.

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs P2759: Shift solenoid valve SLU/Range check Required sensors/Components Shift solenoid valve SLU Frequency of operation Continuous Duration 1.0 second MIL operation Immediate Sequence of operation None, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–97

X TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

The monitor runs whenever the following DTCs are not present. None Solenoid current cut status Not cut Battery voltage 11 V or more CPU commanded duty ratio 19 % or more Ignition switch ON Starter OFF

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

Solenoid status (SLU) from MIC Fail

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

Solenoid status (SLU) Resistance: 5.0 to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F)

WIRING DIAGRAM

C28 Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid (Shift Solenoid Valve SLU)

ECM

+B

CPU

SLU+ SLU+

A

SLU- SLU- C130126E05, AX–98 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

AX INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1 INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU) (a) Disconnect the transmission wire connector from the Component Side: transaxle. C28 (b) Measure the resistance. (Connector Front View) Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 4 (SLU+) - 9 (SLU-) 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) 4 (SLU+) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 9 (SLU-)- Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG Go to step 3 SLU+ SLU- C117650E06

OK

2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION WIRE - ECM) (a) Connect the transmission connector to the transaxle. Wire Harness Side: (b) Disconnect the ECM connector. C20 (Connector Front View) (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition 77 (SLU+) - 57 (SLU-) 11 Ω to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) 57 (SLU+) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher 77 (SLU-) - Body ground 10 kΩ or higher NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR

CONNECTOR

SLU+ SLU- A107892E10

OK

REPLACE ECM, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM AX–99

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3 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU (a) Remove shift solenoid valve SLU. Shift Solenoid Valve SLU: (b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 Ω to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (c) Connect the positive (+) lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, then check the movement of the valve. OK: The solenoid makes operating sounds. 1 2 NG REPLACE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU 21W (-) (+) G020767E41

OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION WIRE

A

, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID AX–93 OK if hot AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID

ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

Add if hot 1. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID HINT: Drive the vehicle until the engine and transaxle are at normal operating temperature. Fluid temperature: D025120E03 70 to 80 °C (158 to 176 °F) (a) Park the vehicle on a level surface and engage the parking brake. (b) With the engine idling and the brake pedal depressed, shift the shift lever into all positions from P to L, and then return it to the P position. (c) Pull out the oil level gauge and wipe it clean. (d) Push it fully back into the pipe. (e) Pull it out and check that the fluid level is within the HOT range. If there is any leakage, repair or replace O-rings, FIPGs, oil seals, plugs or other parts.

AX

,

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TSUR34A0NES AMUISTSOIPMONATIC TRANESAXLE ED SENSOR

COMPONENTS

for Hatchback: FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP 26 (265, 19) FRONT WIPER ARM AND FRONT WIPER BLADE ASSEMBLY RH ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM AND 26 (265, 19) CLIP BLADE ASSEMBLY LH

CLIP CLIP

COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH NO. 1 COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER CENTER HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB-ASSEMBLY FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK x9 6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) OUTER COWL TOP PANEL N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C116866E10, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR AX–95

X

for Sedan: FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM AND FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH BLADE ASSEMBLY RH FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP COWL SIDE 26 (265, 19) 26 (265, 19)

VENTILATOR

SUB-ASSEMBLY

RH

x3 COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH FRONT AIR 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf)

SHUTTER SEAL

x2 FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK

A

6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) x8 OUTER COWL INNER COWL TOP TOP PANEL TO COWL BRACE 6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque A133320E07,

AX–96 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR AX

BATTERY CLAMP SUB-ASSEMBLY 3.5 (36, 31 in.*lbf)

BATTERY

BATTERY TRAY 17 (175, 13) x5 BATTERY CARRIER N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117082E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR AX–97

X

7.0 (71, 62 in.*lbf)

CLIP

SPEEDOMETER SENSOR O-RING SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR

A

N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C117086E01, AX–98 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR

AX REMOVAL

1. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 2. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 3. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 4. REMOVE HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (for Hatchback) (See page WW-18) 5. REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (for Sedan) (See page WW-10) 6. REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (for Sedan) (See page WW-10) 7. REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-

ASSEMBLY

Hatchback: (See page WW-18) Sedan: (See page WW-10) 8. REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (for Hatchback) (See page WW-18) 9. REMOVE FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK Hatchback: (See page WW-19) Sedan: (See page WW-10) 10. REMOVE COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Hatchback) (See page EM-122) 11. REMOVE FRONT AIR SHUTTER SEAL (for Sedan) (See page EM-123) 12. REMOVE OUTER COWL TOP PANEL Hatchback: (See page EM-123) Sedan: (See page EM-123) 13. REMOVE BATTERY (See page EM-122) 14. REMOVE BATTERY TRAY 15. REMOVE BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-125), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR AX–99

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16. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER SENSOR (a) Disconnect speedometer sensor connector. (b) Remove the bolt and speedometer sensor. C117096 17. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Remove the clip and driven gear from the speedometer sensor. (b) Remove the O-ring from the speedometer sensor. Clip C117097E01

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER SENSOR 2 (a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to 1 terminal 1 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 2. (b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the tester to terminal 3 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 2. (c) Rotate the shaft. (d) Check that the voltage output varies between0Vand 11 V between terminals 2 and 3. C117095E01 HINT: A The voltage output oscillates more than 4 times every revolution of the speed sensor shaft. If the operation is not as specified, replace the sensor.

INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF and install it onto the speedometer sensor. (b) Install the driven gear into the speedometer sensor with the clip. Clip C117097E01, AX–100 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SPEED SENSOR

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2. INSTALL SPEEDOMETER SENSOR (a) Install the speedometer sensor with the bolt. Torque: 7.0 N*m (71 kgf*cm, 62 in.*lbf) (b) Connect the speedometer sensor connector. 3. INSTALL BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-145) 4. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY 5. INSTALL BATTERY (See page EM-148) C117096 6. INSTALL OUTER COWL TOP PANEL Hatchback: (See page EM-146) Sedan: (See page EM-147) 7. INSTALL COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Hatchback) (See page EM-147) 8. INSTALL FRONT AIR SHUTTER SEAL (for Sedan) (See page EM-148) 9. INSTALL FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK Hatchback: (See page WW-21) Sedan: (See page WW-12) 10. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (for Hatchback) (See page WW-21) 11. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-

ASSEMBLY

Hatchback: (See page WW-21) Sedan: (See page WW-12) 12. INSTALL HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (for Hatchback) (See page WW-22) 13. INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (for Sedan) (See page WW-13) 14. INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (for Sedan) (See page WW-13) 15. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH Hatchback: (See page WW-22) Sedan: (See page WW-13) 16. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH Hatchback: (See page WW-23) Sedan: (See page WW-14) 17. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP Hatchback: (See page WW-23) Sedan: (See page WW-15), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR AX–101

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TTUR34A0NES AMUISTSORIMONATIC TRANASAXLE NSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR

COMPONENTS

BATTERY CLAMP SUB-ASSEMBLY 3.5 (36, 31 in.*lbf)

BATTERY A

BATTERY TRAY 17 (175, 13) x5 BATTERY CARRIER N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117082E01,

AX–102 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR AX

5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR O-RING N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C117087E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR AX–103

X REMOVAL

1. REMOVE BATTERY (See page EM-122) 2. REMOVE BATTERY TRAY 3. REMOVE BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-125) 4. REMOVE TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (a) Disconnect the transmission revolution sensor connector. (b) Remove the bolt and transmission revolution sensor. C117098 (c) Remove the O-ring from the transmission revolution sensor. C117099

INSPECTION

Sensor Side: 1. INSPECT TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (Connector Front View): (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance A Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 560 to 680 Ω at 20°C (68°F) 2 1 C113863E04

INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF, and install it onto the transmission revolution sensor. C117099, AX–104 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR

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(b) Install the transmission revolution sensor with the bolt. Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) (c) Connect the transmission revolution sensor connector. 2. INSTALL BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-145) 3. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY 4. INSTALL BATTERY (See page EM-148) C117098, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH AX–105

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TPUR34A0NES AMUISTSAOIMONATIC TRANRSAXLE K / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

COMPONENTS

TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

CLIP

5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) LOCK PLATE 12 (122, 9) PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION 13 (130, 9) 6.9 (70, 61 in.*lbf) SWITCH ASSEMBLY

CONTROL

SHAFT LEVER 5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf)

A

ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C133143E01, AX–106 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

AX ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

1. INSPECT PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Apply the parking brake and turn the ignition switch ON. (b) Depress the brake pedal and check that the engine starts when the shift lever is set in the N or P position, but does not start in the other positions. (c) Check that the back-up light illuminates and the reverse warning buzzer sounds when the shift lever is set in the R position, but does not function in the other positions. If a malfunction failure is found, check the park/ neutral position switch for continuity., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH AX–107

X REMOVAL

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

2. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 3. SEPARATE TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE Clip ASSEMBLY Nut (a) Remove the nut and disconnect the control cable from the control shaft lever. (b) Remove the clip and disconnect the control cable from the control cable bracket. 4. REMOVE PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Disconnect the connector from the park/neutral C117100E01 position switch assembly. (b) Remove the nut, washer and control shaft lever. C117101 (c) Pry out the lock plate and remove the manual valve shaft nut.

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C117104 (d) Remove the 2 bolts and pull out the park/neutral position switch assembly. C117106,

AX–108 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH AX INSPECTION

Component Side: 1. INSPECT PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH (Connector Front View) ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the park/neutral position switch connector. (b) Measure the resistance with the shift lever in each position. C110340E12

Standard resistance

Shift Position Tester Connection Specified ConnectionP2- 6 and 4 - 5 Below1ΩExcept P ↑ 10 kΩ or higherR2- 1 Below1ΩExcept R ↑ 10 kΩ or higherN2- 9 and 4 - 5 Below1ΩExcept N ↑ 10 kΩ or higher D and32- 7 Below1ΩExcept D and 3 ↑ 10 kΩ or higher22- 3 Below1ΩExcept 2 ↑ 10 kΩ or higherL2- 8 Below1ΩExcept L ↑ 10 kΩ or higher

ADJUSTMENT

1. ADJUST PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Loosen the bolt of the park/neutral position switch and move the shift lever to the N position. C117107E01 (b) Align the groove with the neutral basic line. Neutral Basic Line Groove C117107E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH AX–109

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(c) Hold the switch in position and tighten the 2 bolts. Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) (d) After the adjustment, perform the switch operation check. C117107E01

INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the park/neutral position switch assembly onto the manual transaxle. (b) Provisionally install the 2 bolts. C117106 (c) Replace the lock plate with a new one and tighten the manual valve shaft nut. Torque: 6.9 N*m (70 kgf*cm, 61 in.*lbf) (d) Provisionally install the control shaft lever. C117102 A (e) Turn the lever counterclockwise until it stops, then turn it clockwise 2 notches. (f) Remove the control shaft lever. C117103 (g) Align the groove with the neutral basic line. Neutral Basic Line (h) Hold the switch in this position and tighten the 2 bolts. Groove Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) C117107E02, AX–110 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – PARK / NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

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(i) Using a screwdriver, stake the nut with the lock plate. C117105 (j) Install the control shaft lever with the nut and washer. Torque: 13 N*m (130 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) (k) Connect the connector to the park/neutral position switch assembly. C117101 2. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE Clip ASSEMBLY Nut (a) Install the transmission control cable onto the control shaft lever with the nut. Torque: 12 N*m (122 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) (b) Install the transmission control cable into the bracket with the new clip. 3. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

C117100E01 Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 4. ADJUST SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-137) 5. INSPECT SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-134) 6. INSPECT PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY (See page AX-106) 7. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH,

AX–110 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION WIRE AX

TTUR34A0NES AMUISTSORIMONATIC TRANASAXLE NSMISSION WIRE

COMPONENTS

5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) O-RING TRANSMISSION WIRE 11 (110, 8) LOCK PLATE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY MANUAL DETENT SPRING 11 (110, 8) x13 MANUAL DETENT SPRING COVER OIL STRAINER GASKET 11 (110, 8) VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY x3 11 (110, 8) OIL PAN GASKET OIL CLEANER MAGNET AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-ASSEMBLY 7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) ENGINE UNDER COVER LH x19 N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque x4 Non-reusable part x3 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) C133144E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION WIRE AX–111

X REMOVAL

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

2. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 3. DRAIN AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (a) Remove the drain plug and gasket, and drain ATF. (b) Install a new gasket and the drain plug. Torque: 49 N*m (500 kgf*cm, 36 ft.*lbf) 4. REMOVE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB- ASSEMBLY (See page AX-114) 5. REMOVE VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (See page AX-114) 6. REMOVE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (See page AX-115) 7. REMOVE TRANSMISSION WIRE (a) Remove the bolt and the transmission wire from the transaxle case. C062929 (b) Remove the O-ring from the transmission wire.

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C067760

INSPECTION

Component Side: 1. INSPECT TRANSMISSION WIRE (Connector Front View) (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance OT + Tester Connection Oil Temperature Specified Condition 1(OT+) - 6(OT-) 10°C (50°F) 6.4 kΩ 1(OT+) - 6(OT-) 110°C (230°F) 0.2 kΩ OT - C117650E09, AX–112 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION WIRE

AX INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION WIRE (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF and install it into the transmission wire. C067760 (b) Pass the transmission wire through the transaxle. D025102 (c) Install the transmission wire with the bolt. Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 2. INSTALL TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (See page AX-116) 3. INSTALL VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (See page AX-117) 4. INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB- ASSEMBLY (See page AX-118) C062929 5. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 6. ADD AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX- 170) 7. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX-93) 8. CHECK FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID

LEAKAGE

9. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY AX–113

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UVTR34A0NES AMUISTSAOIMONATIC TRANLSAXLE VE BODY ASSEMBLY

COMPONENTS

LOCK PLATE CHECK BALL BODY SPRING 11 (110, 8) CHECK BALL BODY TRANSAXLE CASE TRANSMISSION VALVE 2ND BRAKE GASKET BODY ASSEMBLY TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET 11 (110, 8) x13 MANUAL DETENT SPRING A MANUAL DETENT SPRING COVER OIL STRAINER

GASKET

11 (110, 8) VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY 11 (110, 8) x3 OIL PAN GASKET AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-ASSEMBLY OIL CLEANER MAGNET ENGINE UNDER COVER LH N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque x19 Non-reusable part 7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) x4 x3 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) C121641E01, AX–114 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

AX REMOVAL

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

2. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 3. DRAIN AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (a) Remove the drain plug and gasket, and drain ATF. (b) Install a new gasket and the drain plug. Torque: 49 N*m (500 kgf*cm, 36 ft.*lbf) 4. REMOVE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 19 bolts and remove the oil pan and oil pan gasket. NOTICE: Some fluid will remain in the oil pan. Remove all the oil pan bolts, and carefully remove the oil pan sub-assembly. C062684E01 (b) Remove the 2 magnets from the oil pan. Magnets C093943E04 (c) Examine the particles in the pan. (1) Collect any steel chips using the removed magnets. Carefully inspect the foreign matter and particles in the pan and on the magnets to guess at the type of wear which might be found in the transaxle. Steel (magnetic): bearing, gear and clutch plate wear AT00103E01 Brass (non-magnetic): bearing wear 5. REMOVE VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 bolts and remove the oil strainer. NOTICE: Perform the operation carefully as some fluid will come out from the oil strainer. C062685E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY AX–115

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(b) Remove the oil strainer gasket from the oil strainer. Gasket D005904E04 6. REMOVE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the 5 connectors. (b) Remove the bolt and lock plate and remove the ATF temperature sensor. C093938E05 (c) Remove the 2 bolts and remove the detent spring cover and detent spring. Detent Spring Cover C093939E07 A (d) Remove the 13 bolts and remove the valve body assembly. NOTICE: Do not drop the check ball body, check ball body spring or accumulator piston. C093940E10 (e) Remove the check ball body and check ball body spring. Spring Check Ball Body D005901E01, AX–116 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

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(f) Remove the 2 apply gaskets. D005902E01

INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (a) Coat 2 new apply gaskets with ATF and install them into the transaxle case. D005902E01 (b) Install the check ball body spring and check ball body. Spring Check Ball Body D005901E01 (c) Align the groove of the manual valve with the pin ofABthe manual valve lever. C (d) Provisionally install the valve body with the 13 bolts. Bolt length: D A Bolt A: 32 mm (1.26 in.) Bolt B: A 22 mm (0.87 in.) B Bolt C: C093940E11 55 mm (2.17 in.) Bolt D: 45 mm (1.77 in.), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY AX–117

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(e) Provisionally install the detent spring and detent Detent spring cover with the 2 bolts. Spring Bolt length: Bolt A: A 14 mm (0.55 in.) Cover Bolt B: 45 mm (1.77 in.) B (f) Check that the manual valve lever comes into contact with the center of the roller at the tip of the C093939E08 detente spring. (g) Tighten the 15 bolts. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) (h) Install the ATF temperature sensor with the lock plate and bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) (i) Connect the 5 shift solenoid valve connectors. C093938E05 2. INSTALL VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (a) Coat a new oil strainer gasket with ATF, and install it into the oil strainer.

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Gasket D005904E04 (b) Install the oil strainer with the 3 bolts. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C062685E02, AX–118 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY

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3. INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the 2 magnets onto the oil pan, as shown in the illustration. Magnet C093943E02 (b) Install the oil pan and a new gasket with the 19 bolts. Torque: 7.8 N*m (80 kgf*cm, 69 in.*lbf) 4. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 5. ADD AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX- 170) D008009E01 6. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX-93) 7. CHECK AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID LEAKAGE 8. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SHIFT LOCK SYSTEM AX–119

X SHIFT LOCK SYSTEM ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

1. INSPECT SHIFT LOCK CONTROL ECU SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Check the shift lock operation. (1) Move the shift lever to P. (2) Turn the ignition switch OFF. (3) Check that the shift lever cannot be moved to any position other than P. (4) Turn the ignition switch ON, depress the brake pedal and check that the shift lever can be moved to other positions. (b) Check the shift lock release button operation. (1) When operating the shift lever with the shift lock release button pressed, check that the lever can be moved to any position. If the operation cannot be performed as specified, check the shift lever assembly. (c) Check the key interlock operation. (1) Turn the ignition switch ON. (2) Depress the brake pedal and move the shift lever to any position other than P. (3) Check that the ignition switch cannot be turned OFF. (4) Move the shift lever to P, turn the ignition switch OFF and check that the key can be removed. If the results are not as specified, inspect the shift lock control unit. (d) Inspect the shift lock control unit assembly. Component Side: A(1) Measure the voltage of the connector. (Connector Front View) HINT: Do not disconnect the shift lock control ECU connector. C117648E03 Standard voltage Condition Tester Connection Specified Condition Ignition switch ACC and shift lever P 12 (KLS+) - 8 (E) Below1VIgnition switch ACC and shift lever except P 12 (KLS+) - 8 (E) 7.5 to 11 V Ignition switch ACC and shift lever except P (after approx. 1 second) 12 (KLS+) - 8 (E) 6 to9VIgnition switch ON 6 (ACC) - 8 (E) 10 to 14 V,

AX–120 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SHIFT LOCK SYSTEM AX

Condition Tester Connection Specified Condition Ignition switch ACC 6 (ACC) - 8 (E) 10 to 14 V Ignition switch OFF 6 (ACC) - 8 (E) Below1VDepress brake pedal 7 (STP) - 8 (E) 10 to 14 V Release brake pedal 7 (STP) - 8 (E) Below1VIgnition switch ON 1 (IG) - 8 (E) 10 to 14 V Ignition switch OFF 1 (IG) - 8 (E) Below1V(2) Measure the resistance of the connector. Component Side: HINT: (Connector Front View) Do not disconnect the shift lock control ECU connector.

Standard resistance

Tester Connection Specified Condition 8 (E) - Body ground Below1Ω

If the result is not as specified, replace the shift

lock control ECU sub-assembly. C117648E03, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX–121

X TTUR34A0NES AMUISTSORIMONATIC TRANASAXLE NSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS

for Hatchback: CONSOLE BOX CARPET REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER

A

REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY C117078E02, AX–122 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

AX

for Sedan: CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY CONSOLE BOX CARPET REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY C133134E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX–123

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BATTERY CLAMP 3.5 (36, 31 in.*lbf) SUB-ASSEMBLY

BATTERY

BATTERY TRAY

A

7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY x2 19 (194, 14) AIR CLEANER BRACKET N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C121645E02,

AX–124 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX

FRONT NO. 1 FLOOR HEAT INSULATOR EXHAUST PIPE GASKET 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) EXHAUST PIPE GASKET 43 (439, 32) FRONT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY 43 (439, 32) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C117081E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX–125

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5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

CLIP

12 (122, 9) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque Non-reusable part C117083E01, AX–126 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

AX REMOVAL

1. REMOVE CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL (for Sedan) (See page PB-6) 2. REMOVE UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-6) 3. REMOVE REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER (for Hatchback) (See page PB-6) 4. REMOVE REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-7) 5. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX CARPET (See page PB-7) 6. REMOVE REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY (See page PB-8) 7. REMOVE BATTERY (See page EM-122) 8. REMOVE BATTERY TRAY 9. REMOVE AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY (See page EM- 124) 10. REMOVE AIR CLEANER BRACKET (See page EM- 125) 11. SEPARATE OXYGEN SENSOR CONNECTOR (a) Pull back the floor carpet and disconnect the oxygen sensor connector. (b) Remove the grommet and put the oxygen sensor connector outside of the vehicle. 12. REMOVE FRONT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (See page EX-5) C117113 13. REMOVE FRONT NO. 1 FLOOR HEAT INSULATOR Front (a) Remove the 2 bolts and the nut and remove floor heat insulator. Nut Bolt Bolt C117116E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX–127

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14. REMOVE TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

ASSEMBLY

(a) Disconnect the control cable from the shift lever. C117115 (b) Turn the nut and separate the control cable from the shift lever retainer. Turn Nut C117114E01 (c) Disconnect the control cable from the control cable support. C117118 A (d) Remove the nut and disconnect the control cable from the control shaft lever. (e) Remove the clip and separate the control cable from the control cable bracket. C117100 (f) Remove the 3 nuts and remove the control cable. C117117, AX–128 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

AX INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the control cable onto the control shaft lever with the nut. Torque: 12 N*m (122 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) (b) Fix the control cable onto the control cable bracket with a new clip. C117100 (c) Connect the control cable to the clamp. C117118 (d) Install the control cable with the 3 nuts. Torque: 5.0 N*m (51 kgf*cm, 44 in.*lbf) C117117 (e) Turn the nut of the control cable and push in the lock. Push Turn Nut Lock C118484E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY AX–129

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(f) Install the control cable onto the shift lever retainer. Projection NOTICE: • Install the cable with the protruding portion ofAAthe cable outer facing upward. • After installing, check that the lock of the cable outer is protruding beyond portion A-A, as shown in the illustration. C121646 (g) Connect the control cable to the shift lever. NOTICE: Connect the control cable so that the adjusting mechanism lock of the control cable is installed on the left side of the vehicle. C117115 2. INSTALL FRONT NO. 1 FLOOR HEAT INSULATOR Front (a) Install floor heat insulator with the 2 bolts and the nut. Torque: 5.5 N*m (56 kgf*cm, 49 in.*lbf) 3. INSTALL FRONT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (See page EX-8) Nut Bolt Bolt C117116E01 A 4. CONNECT OXYGEN SENSOR CONNECTOR (a) Insert the oxygen sensor connector toward the room side, through the hole in the floor panel, and then install the grommet. (b) Connect the oxygen sensor connector. 5. INSTALL AIR CLEANER BRACKET (See page EM- 145) 6. INSTALL AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY (See page EM- C117113 146) 7. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY 8. INSTALL BATTERY (See page EM-148) 9. INSPECT SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-134) 10. ADJUST SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-137) 11. INSTALL REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY (See page PB-10) 12. INSTALL CONSOLE BOX CARPET (See page PB-11) 13. INSTALL REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER (for Hatchback) (See page PB-11), AX–130 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY

AX

14. INSTALL REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-11) 15. INSTALL UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-12) 16. INSTALL CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL (for Sedan) (See page PB-12) 17. CHECK FOR EXHAUST GAS LEAKAGE, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–131

X FUTR34A0NES AMUISTSOLIMONATIC TRAONSAXLE OR SHIFT ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS

for Hatchback: CONSOLE BOX CARPET REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER

A

REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY C117078E02, AX–132 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX

for Sedan: CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY CONSOLE BOX CARPET REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY C133134E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–133

X

SHIFT LEVER KNOB SUB-ASSEMBLY SHIFT LEVER CAP NO. 2 CONTROL POSITION INDICATOR PLATE UPPER POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING SHIFT LOCK RELEASE BUTTON SHIFT LOCK RELEASE SPRING POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER INDICATOR LIGHT WIRE SUB-ASSEMBLY A 12 (122, 9) NO. 2 POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER SHIFT LOCK CONTROL UNIT ASSEMBLY N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117079E02, AX–134 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

1. INSPECT SHIFT LEVER POSITION (a) When shifting the lever from P to the R position with the ignition switch ON and the brake pedal depressed, make sure that the shift lever moves smoothly and moves correctly into position. (b) Start the engine and make sure that the vehicle moves forward when shifting the lever from N to the D position and moves rearward when shifting the lever to the R position. If the operation cannot be performed as specified, inspect the park/neutral position switch assembly and check the shift lever assembly installation condition., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–135

X REMOVAL

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

2. REMOVE SHIFT LEVER KNOB SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the shift lever knob sub-assembly from the shift lever. 3. REMOVE CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL (for Sedan) (See page PB-6) 4. REMOVE UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-6) 5. REMOVE REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER (for Hatchback) (See page PB-6) 6. REMOVE REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-7) 7. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX CARPET (See page PB-7) 8. REMOVE REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY (See page PB-8) 9. SEPARATE TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

ASSEMBLY

(a) Disconnect the control cable from the shift lever. C117115 A (b) Turn the nut and separate the control cable from the shift lever retainer. Turn 10. REMOVE FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY (a) Separate the shift lock control computer connector and indicator wire connector. (b) Separate the 2 wire harness clamps from the shift lever. Nut C117114E01 (c) Remove the 4 bolts and remove the shift lever. C118483, AX–136 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX DISASSEMBLY

1. REMOVE SHIFT LEVER CAP (a) Remove the shift lever cap from the position indicator housing upper. C118485 2. REMOVE UPPER POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING (a) Release the 4 claws using a screwdriver and remove the upper position indicator housing from the shift lock control unit. C118486 3. REMOVE NO. 2 CONTROL POSITION INDICATOR

PLATE

(a) Release the 2 claws using a screwdriver and remove position indicator plate from the upper position indicator housing. C118487E01 4. REMOVE POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER (a) Remove the position indicator slide cover from the shift lock control unit. C118488, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–137

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5. REMOVE NO. 2 POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER (a) Remove No. 2 position indicator slide cover from the position indicator slide cover. C118489 6. REMOVE SHIFT LOCK RELEASE BUTTON (a) Remove the shift lock release button and shift lock release spring from the shift lock control unit. C118490 7. REMOVE INDICATOR LIGHT WIRE SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the indicator light wire sub-assembly from the shift lock control unit.

A

C118491, AX–138 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX ADJUSTMENT

1. ADJUST SHIFT LEVER POSITION (a) Shift the shift lever to the N position. (b) Slide the adjuster case cover in the direction shown Lock Piece in the illustration and pull out the lock piece. (c) Gently pull the cable rod toward the rear of the vehicle by hand to pull the cable taut. Cover Adjuster Case Cable Rod C117121E01 (d) Press the lock piece into the adjuster case and lock Lock it. Piece Cover Adjuster Case Cable Rod C117120E01 (e) Slide the cover in the direction shown in the Lock illustration. Piece NOTICE: Slide the cover past the protrusion of the lock Cover Adjuster piece. Case (f) Inspect the operation after the adjustment. Cable Rod C117119E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–139

X REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL INDICATOR LIGHT WIRE SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the indicator light wire onto the shift lock control unit. C118491 2. INSTALL SHIFT LOCK RELEASE BUTTON (a) Install the shift lock release button and spring onto the shift lock control unit.

A

C118490 3. INSTALL NO. 2 POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER (a) Install No. 2 position indicator slide cover onto the position indicator slide cover. C118489 4. INSTALL POSITION INDICATOR SLIDE COVER (a) Install the position indicator slide cover onto the shift lock control unit. C118488, AX–140 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX

5. INSTALL NO. 2 CONTROL POSITION INDICATOR

PLATE

(a) Install position indicator plate onto the upper position indicator housing. C118487E01 6. INSTALL UPPER POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING (a) Install the upper position indicator housing onto the shift lock control unit. NOTICE: Securely engage the 4 claws. C118486 7. INSTALL SHIFT LEVER CAP (a) Install the shift lever cap onto the position indicator housing upper. C118485

INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLYCB(a) Provisionally install the shift lever with the 4 bolts. NOTICE: Do not jam the wiring of the indicator light or shift lock. (b) Tighten the 4 bolts in order, from A to D. A D Torque: 12 N*m (122 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) (c) Install the shift lock control computer connector and C118483E01 indicator light connector., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY AX–141

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2. CONNECT TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

ASSEMBLY

Push (a) Turn the nut of the control cable and push in the Turn lock. Nut Lock C118484E01 (b) Install the control cable onto the shift lever retainer. Projection CAUTION: • Install the cable with the projection of theAAcable outer facing upward. • After installing, check that the lock of the cable outer is protruding beyond portion A-A, as shown in the illustration.

A

C121646 (c) Connect the control cable to the shift lever. 3. INSPECT SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-134) 4. ADJUST SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-137) 5. INSTALL REAR CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY (See page PB-10) 6. INSTALL CONSOLE BOX CARPET (See page PB-11) 7. INSTALL REAR CONSOLE BOX COVER (for C117115 Hatchback) (See page PB-11) 8. INSTALL REAR UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-11) 9. INSTALL UPPER CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Sedan) (See page PB-12) 10. INSTALL CENTER LOWER INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL (for Sedan) (See page PB-12) 11. INSTALL SHIFT LEVER KNOB SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the shift lever knob sub-assembly onto the shift lever., AX–142 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – FLOOR SHIFT ASSEMBLY

AX

12. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf),

AX–142 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL AX

TDUR34A0NES AMUISTSOIMOINATICF TRANSAXLFE ERENTIAL OIL SEAL

COMPONENTS

ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117094E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL AX–143

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FRONT DRIVE SHAFT RH HOLE SNAP RING FRONT DRIVE SHAFT LH HOLE SNAP RING FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH w/ ABS: 8.5 (87, 75 in.*lbf) FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH 74 (755, 55) COTTER PIN 49 (500, 36) CASTLE NUT TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH

A

216 (2,203, 160) FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH

CLIP

98 (1,000, 72) CASTLE NUT N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH Non-reusable part C117093E05, AX–144 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL

AX

TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL Non-reusable part FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL Apply MP grease C117084E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL AX–145

X REMOVAL

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

2. REMOVE FRONT WHEELS 3. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 4. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 5. DRAIN AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (a) Remove the drain plug and gasket, and drain the automatic transaxle fluid. (b) Install a new gasket and the drain plug. Torque: 49 N*m (500 kgf*cm, 36 ft.*lbf) 6. REMOVE FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH (See page DS- 3) 7. REMOVE FRONT AXLE HUB NUT RH HINT: The removal procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 8. SEPARATE FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH (w/ ABS) (See page DS-3) 9. SEPARATE FRONT SPEED SENSOR RH (w/ ABS) HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 10. SEPARATE FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-4) 11. SEPARATE FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY A

RH

HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 12. SEPARATE TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-3) 13. SEPARATE TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY RH HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 14. SEPARATE FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH (See page DS-4) 15. SEPARATE FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM RH HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side., AX–146 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL

AX

16. REMOVE TRANSMISSION CASE PROTECTOR (w/o ABS) (a) Remove the 2 bolts and remove the transmission case protector from the automatic transaxle. 17. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-5) 18. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH (See page DS-5) C117112 19. REMOVE FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Using SST, remove the front transaxle case oil seal. SST 09308-00010 C117109 20. REMOVE TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Using SST, remove the transaxle case oil seal. SST 09308-00010 C117108, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL AX–147

X INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Coat the lip of a new oil seal with MP grease. (b) Using SST and a hammer, install the front transaxle case oil seal. SST 09554-14010, 09950-70010 (09951-07200) Drive in depth: 1.5 to 2.5 mm (0.059 to 0.098 in.) NOTICE: Do not damage the oil seal lip. 2. INSTALL TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Coat the lip of a new oil seal with MP grease. C117111 (b) Using SST and a hammer, install the transaxle case oil seal. SST 09710-20011 (09710-06071), 09950-70010 (09951-07200) Drive in depth: 5.4 to 6.4 mm (0.213 to 0.252 in.) NOTICE: Do not damage the oil seal lip. 3. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (See C117110 page DS-13) 4. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH (See page DS-14) 5. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CASE PROTECTOR (w/o ABS) (a) Install the transmission case protector onto the A automatic transaxle with the 2 bolts. 6. INSTALL FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH (See page DS-14) 7. INSTALL FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM RH HINT: C117112 The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 8. INSTALL TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-15) 9. INSTALL TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 10. INSTALL FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-14) 11. INSTALL FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side., AX–148 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL

AX

12. INSTALL FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH (w/ ABS) (See page DS-15) 13. INSTALL FRONT SPEED SENSOR RH (w/ ABS) HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 14. INSTALL FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH (See page DS- 15) 15. INSTALL FRONT AXLE HUB NUT RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 16. INSTALL FRONT WHEELS Torque: 103 N*m (1,050 kgf*cm, 76 ft.*lbf) 17. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY

TERMINAL

Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 18. ADD AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX- 170) 19. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX-93) 20. CHECK AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID LEAKAGE 21. INSPECT AND ADJUST FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT (See page SP-2) 22. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 23. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–149

X

UTAR34A0NES AMUISTSOIMOUNATIC TRANSATXLE OMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

COMPONENTS

for Hatchback: HOOD SUB-ASSEMBLY 13 (133, 9) 13 (133, 9)

A

N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf) : Specified torque C117202E02,

AX–150 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX

for Sedan: HOOD SUB-ASSEMBLY 13 (133, 10) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque B135922E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–151

X

for Hatchback: FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP 26 (265, 19) FRONT WIPER ARM AND FRONT WIPER BLADE ASSEMBLY RH ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM AND 26 (265, 19) CLIP BLADE ASSEMBLY LH

CLIP CLIP

COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH NO. 1 COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER CENTER HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL A 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB-ASSEMBLY FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK x9 6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) OUTER COWL TOP PANEL N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C116866E10, AX–152 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

AX

for Sedan: FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM AND FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH BLADE ASSEMBLY RH FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP COWL SIDE 26 (265, 19) 26 (265, 19)

VENTILATOR

SUB-ASSEMBLY

RH

x3 COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH FRONT AIR 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf)

SHUTTER SEAL

x2 FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK 6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) x8 OUTER COWL INNER COWL TOP TOP PANEL TO COWL BRACE 6.5 (66, 58 in.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque A133320E07, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–153

X

BATTERY CLAMP SUB-ASSEMBLY 3.5 (36, 31 in.*lbf)

BATTERY

BATTERY TRAY

A

17 (175, 13) x5 BATTERY CARRIER N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117082E01,

AX–154 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX

7.0 (71, 62 in.*lbf) NO. 2 CYLINDER HEAD COVER 7.0 (71, 62 in.*lbf) AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY 7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) x2 AIR CLEANER BRACKET 19 (194, 14) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117075E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–155

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FRONT DRIVE SHAFT RH HOLE SNAP RING FRONT DRIVE SHAFT LH HOLE SNAP RING FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH w/ ABS: 8.5 (87, 75 in.*lbf) FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH 74 (755, 55) COTTER PIN 49 (500, 36) CASTLE NUT TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH

A

216 (2,203, 160) FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH

CLIP

98 (1,000, 72) CASTLE NUT N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH Non-reusable part C117093E05,

AX–156 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX CLIP

COLUMN HOLE COVER SILENCER SHEET 28 (290, 21) STEERING SLIDING YOKE SUB-ASSEMBLY 28 (290, 21) NO. 1 STEERING COLUMN HOLE 95 (969, 70) COVER SUB-

ASSEMBLY

70 (714, 52) FRONT SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER 95 (969, 70) SUB-ASSEMBLY 160 (1,631, 118) 70 (714, 52) 120 (1,224, 89) 160 (1,631, 118) 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) ENGINE UNDER COVER RH ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 5.5 (51, 44 in.*lbf) 5.0 (51, 44 in.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117092E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–157

X

39 (398, 29) x2 52 (530, 38) ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD BRACKET 64 (653, 47) x4 39 (398, 29) ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET LH 30 (306, 22) x2 x5 30 (306, 22) 27 (280, 20) 37 (377, 27) x6 FLYWHEEL HOUSING A UNDER COVER TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) 37 (377, 27) STARTER ASSEMBLY FLYWHEEL HOUSING SIDE COVER N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C117089E05,

AX–158 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX

TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL GAUGE SUB-ASSEMBLY TRANSMISSION OIL FILLER TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) NO. 1 TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE BRACKET O-RING 12 (122, 9) NO. 2 OIL COOLER TUBE CLAMP 5.5 (56, 49 in.*lbf) OUTLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE 34 (347, 25) 34 (347, 25) INLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C117090E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–159

X REMOVAL

1. REMOVE HOOD SUB-ASSEMBLY Hatchback: (See page PS-74) Sedan: (See page PS-63) 2. REMOVE FRONT WHEELS 3. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 4. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 5. DRAIN AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (a) Remove the drain plug and gasket, and drain the ATF. (b) Install a new gasket and the drain plug. Torque: 49 N*m (500 kgf*cm, 36 ft.*lbf) 6. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 7. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 8. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH Hatchback: (See page WW-17) Sedan: (See page WW-9) 9. REMOVE HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (for Hatchback) (See page WW-18) 10. REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (for Sedan) (See page WW-10) A 11. REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (for Sedan) (See page WW-10) 12. REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-

ASSEMBLY

Hatchback: (See page WW-18) Sedan: (See page WW-10) 13. REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (for Hatchback) (See page WW-18) 14. REMOVE FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK Hatchback: (See page WW-19) Sedan: (See page WW-10) 15. REMOVE COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Hatchback) (See page EM-122) 16. REMOVE FRONT AIR SHUTTER SEAL (for Sedan) (See page EM-123) 17. REMOVE OUTER COWL TOP PANEL Hatchback: (See page EM-123) Sedan: (See page EM-123) 18. REMOVE BATTERY (See page EM-122), AX–160 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

AX

19. REMOVE BATTERY TRAY 20. REMOVE BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-125) 21. REMOVE NO. 2 CYLINDER HEAD COVER (See page IG-9) 22. REMOVE AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY (See page EM- 124) 23. REMOVE AIR CLEANER BRACKET (See page EM- 125) 24. POSITION WHEELS FACING STRAIGHT AHEAD 25. REMOVE COLUMN HOLE COVER SILENCER SHEET (See page SR-32) 26. SEPARATE STEERING SLIDING YOKE SUB- ASSEMBLY (See page PS-74) 27. SEPARATE NO. 1 STEERING COLUMN HOLE COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page PS-75) 28. SEPARATE TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY (See page AX-106) 29. SEPARATE NO. 3 ENGINE WIRE (a) Remove the bolt and separate No. 3 engine wire from the automatic transaxle. (b) Separate the 2 clamps from the engine mount insulator. 30. DISCONNECT CONNECTORS (a) Separate the park neutral position switch connector and separate the clamp from the engine mount insulator LH. C118495 (b) Separate the transmission wire connector and separate the clamp from the engine mount insulator. (c) Separate the transmission revolution sensor connector. (d) Separate the vehicle speed sensor connector. 31. DISCONNECT WIRE HARNESS (a) Remove the 3 bolts and separate the 3 wire harness clamp brackets from the automatic transaxle. 32. REMOVE STARTER ASSEMBLY (See page ST-9) 33. REMOVE FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH (See page DS- 3) 34. REMOVE FRONT AXLE HUB NUT RH HINT: C118496 The removal procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 35. SEPARATE FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH (w/ ABS) (See page DS-3) 36. SEPARATE FRONT SPEED SENSOR RH (w/ ABS) HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–161

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37. SEPARATE FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-4) 38. SEPARATE FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY

RH

HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 39. SEPARATE TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-3) 40. SEPARATE TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY RH HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 41. SEPARATE FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH (See page DS-4) 42. SEPARATE FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM RH HINT: The separation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 43. REMOVE TRANSMISSION CASE PROTECTOR (w/o ABS) (See page AX-146) 44. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-5) 45. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH (See page DS-5) 46. SUSPEND ENGINE ASSEMBLY (See page PS-75) 47. SEPARATE INLET OIL COOLER HOSE A (a) Separate the inlet oil cooler hose from inlet No. 1 oil cooler tube. 48. SEPARATE OUTLET OIL COOLER HOSE (a) Separate the outlet oil cooler hose from outlet No. 1 oil cooler tube. C118497 49. SEPARATE ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD (a) Remove the bolt and nut and separate the engine moving control rod from the bracket. 50. REMOVE FRONT SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page PS-76) C118498E01, AX–162 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

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51. REMOVE ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD

BRACKET

(a) Remove the 3 bolts and remove the engine moving control rod bracket. 52. SUPPORT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY (a) Support the automatic transmission with the transmission jack. C118499E01 53. SEPARATE ENGINE MOUNTING INSULATOR LH (a) Remove the bolt and nut and separate the engine mounting insulator LH from the bracket. C118500 54. REMOVE ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET LH (a) Remove the 4 bolts and remove the engine mounting bracket LH from the automatic transaxle. C118501 55. REMOVE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the flywheel housing under cover. C118502 (b) Remove the 6 torque converter set bolts while holding the crankshaft pulley bolt with a wrench. C118503, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–163

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(c) Remove the 7 bolts and remove the automatic transmission from the engine. 56. REMOVE TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the torque converter clutch from the automatic transaxle. C118504 57. REMOVE NO. 1 TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

BRACKET

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and remove No. 1 transmission control cable bracket from the automatic transaxle. C121647 58. SEPARATE INLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE Hold (a) Using SST, remove the inlet oil cooler tube while holding the oil cooler tube union with a spanner. SST 09023-12701 Turn C118505E01 A 59. SEPARATE OUTLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE (a) Using SST, remove the outlet oil cooler tube while holding the oil cooler tube union with a spanner. SST 09023-12701 Turn Hold C118506E01 60. REMOVE NO. 2 OIL COOLER TUBE CLAMP (a) Remove the bolt and remove No. 2 oil cooler tube clamp from the oil filler tube. (b) Remove the inlet oil cooler tube and the outlet oil cooler tube from the automatic transaxle. 61. REMOVE TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL GAUGE SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the oil level gauge from the oil filler tube. C118507, AX–164 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

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62. REMOVE TRANSMISSION OIL FILLER TUBE SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the bolt and remove the oil filler tube. (b) Remove the O-ring from the oil filler tube. C118510, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–165

X INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION OIL FILLER TUBE SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Apply ATF to a new O-ring, and install it onto the oil filler tube. (b) Install the oil filler tube onto the automatic transaxle with the bolt. Torque: 5.5 N*m (56 kgf*cm, 49 in.*lbf) 2. INSTALL TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL GAUGE SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the oil level gauge into the oil filler tube. C118510 3. INSTALL NO. 2 OIL COOLER TUBE CLAMP (a) Provisionally install outlet No. 1 oil cooler tube into the oil cooler tube union. (b) Provisionally install inlet No. 1 oil cooler tube into the oil cooler tube union. (c) Provisionally install No. 2 oil cooler tube clamp onto the oil level gauge with the bolt. Torque: 5.5 N*m (56 kgf*cm, 49 in.*lbf) C118508 4. INSTALL OUTLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE (a) Using SST, install outlet No. 1 oil cooler tube while holding the oil cooler tube union with a spanner. SST 09023-12701 A Torque: 34 N*m (347 kgf*cm, 25 ft.*lbf) Turn Hold C118506E01 5. INSTALL INLET NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE Hold (a) Using SST, install inlet No. 1 oil cooler tube while holding the oil cooler tube union with a spanner. SST 09023-12701 Torque: 34 N*m (347 kgf*cm, 25 ft.*lbf) Turn C118505E01, AX–166 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

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6. INSTALL NO. 1 TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE

BRACKET

(a) Install No. 1 transmission control cable bracket onto the automatic transaxle with the 2 bolts. Torque: 12 N*m (122 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) 7. INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (See page AX-171) C121647 8. INSTALL TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Using vernier calipers, measure dimension A between the transaxle fitting part of the engine and the converter fitting part of the drive plate. C062672 (b) Set the key at the top of the front oil pump drive gear and put a mark on the housing. Key D025371E01 (c) Put a mark on the torque converter so that its groove is clearly indicated. C057914 (d) Align the mark on the case with the one on the converter and fit the spline of the input shaft to the spline of the turbine runner. C062931, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–167

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(e) Rotating the converter, fit the spline of the stator shaft with that of the stator. HINT: Rotate it approximately 180 degrees. C062932 (f) Rotating the converter, align the mark on the case with the one on the converter again and fit the key of the oil pump drive gear into the keyway of the converter. NOTICE: Do not push the converter excessively when rotating it. C062933 (g) Using vernier calipers and a straight edge, measure dimension B shown in the illustration and check that dimension B is greater than dimension A, which was measured in step (a). Standard: A + 1 mm (0.04 in.) or more NOTICE: Subtract the thickness of the straight edge from the measured value to gain dimension B. Dimension B C063992E01 A 9. INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY (a) Install the automatic transaxle onto the engine with the 7 bolts. Torque: 30 N*m (306 kgf*cm, 22 ft.*lbf) C118504 (b) Install the 6 torque converter set bolts while holding the crankshaft pulley bolt with a wrench. Torque: 27 N*m (280 kgf*cm, 20 ft.*lbf) C118503, AX–168 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

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(c) Install the flywheel housing under cover. C118502 10. INSTALL ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET LH (a) Install the engine mounting bracket LH onto the automatic transaxle with the 4 bolts. Torque: 64 N*m (653 kgf*cm, 47 ft.*lbf) C118501 11. INSTALL ENGINE MOUNTING INSULATOR LH (a) Install the engine mounting insulator LH and the engine mounting bracket LH with the bolt and nut. Torque: 52 N*m (530 kgf*cm, 38 ft.*lbf) C118500 12. INSTALL ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD

BRACKET

(a) Install the engine moving control bracket onto the automatic transaxle with the 3 bolts. Torque: 39 N*m (398 kgf*cm, 29 ft.*lbf) 13. INSTALL FRONT SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page PS-77) C118499E01 14. INSTALL ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD (a) Install the engine moving control rod and the engine moving control bracket with the bolt and nut. Torque: 120 N*m (1,224 kgf*cm, 89 ft.*lbf) C118498E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–169

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15. INSTALL OUTLET OIL COOLER HOSE (a) Install the outlet oil cooler hose onto the outlet oil cooler tube. 16. INSTALL INLET OIL COOLER HOSE (a) Install the inlet oil cooler hose onto the inlet oil cooler tube. 17. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-13) C118497 18. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH (See page DS-14) 19. REMOVE TRANSMISSION CASE PROTECTOR (w/o ABS) (See page AX-147) 20. INSTALL FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM LH (See page DS-14) 21. INSTALL FRONT LOWER SUSPENSION ARM RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 22. INSTALL TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-15) 23. INSTALL TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 24. INSTALL FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-14) 25. INSTALL FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSEMBLY RH A HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 26. INSTALL FRONT SPEED SENSOR LH (w/ ABS) (See page DS-15) 27. INSTALL FRONT SPEED SENSOR RH (w/ ABS) HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 28. INSTALL FRONT AXLE HUB NUT LH (See page DS- 15) 29. INSTALL FRONT AXLE HUB NUT RH HINT: The installation procedure for the RH side is the same as that for the LH side. 30. INSTALL STARTER ASSEMBLY (See page ST-17), AX–170 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY

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31. CONNECT WIRE HARNESS (a) Install the 3 wire harness clamp brackets onto the automatic transaxle with the 3 bolts. Torque: 5.0 N*m (51 kgf*cm, 44 in.*lbf) 32. CONNECT CONNECTOR (a) Connect the vehicle speed sensor connector. (b) Connect the transmission revolution sensor connector. (c) Connect the transmission wire connector and install C118496 the clamp onto the engine mount insulator. (d) Connect the park neutral position switch connector and install the clamp onto the engine mount insulator. 33. INSTALL NO. 3 ENGINE WIRE (a) Install No. 3 engine wire onto the automatic transaxle with the bolt. Torque: 7.4 N*m (75 kgf*cm, 65 in.*lbf) (b) Install the 2 clamps onto the engine mount insulator. 34. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE ASSEMBLY (See page AX-109) 35. INSTALL NO. 1 STEERING COLUMN HOLE COVER C118495 SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page PS-79) 36. INSTALL STEERING SLIDING YOKE SUB- ASSEMBLY (See page PS-79) 37. INSTALL COLUMN HOLE COVER SILENCER SHEET (See page PS-79) 38. INSTALL AIR CLEANER BRACKET (See page EM- 145) 39. INSTALL AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY (See page EM- 146) 40. INSTALL NO. 2 CYLINDER HEAD COVER (See page IG-10) 41. INSTALL BATTERY CARRIER (See page EM-145) 42. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY 43. INSTALL BATTERY (See page EM-148) 44. INSTALL OUTER COWL TOP PANEL Hatchback: (See page EM-146) Sedan: (See page EM-147) 45. INSTALL COWL TO REGISTER DUCT SUB- ASSEMBLY (for Hatchback) (See page EM-147) 46. INSTALL FRONT AIR SHUTTER SEAL (for Sedan) (See page EM-148) 47. INSTALL FRONT WIPER MOTOR AND LINK Hatchback: (See page WW-21) Sedan: (See page WW-12) 48. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (for Hatchback) (See page WW-21), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY AX–171

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49. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-

ASSEMBLY

Hatchback: (See page WW-21) Sedan: (See page WW-12) 50. INSTALL HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (for Hatchback) (See page WW-22) 51. INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (for Sedan) (See page WW-13) 52. INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (for Sedan) (See page WW-13) 53. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH Hatchback: (See page WW-22) Sedan: (See page WW-13) 54. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH Hatchback: (See page WW-23) Sedan: (See page WW-14) 55. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP Hatchback: (See page WW-23) Sedan: (See page WW-15) 56. INSPECT HOOD Hatchback: (See page ED-3) Sedan: (See page ED-1) 57. ADJUST HOOD Hatchback: (See page ED-4) Sedan: (See page ED-2) 58. ADD AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID A Fluid type: T-WS Capacity: 2.9 liters (3.1 US qts, 2.6 lmp. qts) 59. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX-93) 60. CHECK AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID LEAKAGE 61. ADJUST SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-137) 62. INSPECT SHIFT LEVER POSITION (See page AX-134) 63. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 64. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH 65. INSTALL FRONT WHEELS Torque: 103 N*m (1050 kgf*cm, 76 ft.*lbf) 66. INSPECT AND ADJUST FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT (See page SP-2), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE AX–171

X TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE SST INSPECTION SST

1. INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Inspect the one-way clutch. C108502E02 (1) Install SST so that it fits into notch of the converter hub and the notch of the outer race of the one-way clutch. SST 09350-32014 (09351-32010, 09351- 32020) (2) Press on the serrations of the stator with a finger and rotate it. Check that it rotates smoothly when turned clockwise and locks up when turned counterclockwise. SST 09350-32014 (09351-32010, 09351- 32020) If necessary, clean the converter and check the one-way clutch. Replace the converter if the one-way clutch still does not operate as specified. (b) Check the condition of the torque converter clutch Sample showing minimum assembly. amount of powder in ATF (1) If the inspection result of the torque converter clutch assembly meets any of the cases mentioned below, replace the torque converter clutch. Malfunction Item: A Any metallic sound is heard from the torque converter clutch during stall test or when the shift lever is in the N position. The one-way clutch is released or locked in both directions. Fine powder exceeding the sample limit is identified in ATF. (See the sample.) HINT: The sample shows approximately. 0.25 liters (0.26 US qts, 0.22 lmp. qts) of ATF that is taken Actual Size out from the removed torque converter clutch. (c) Replace the ATF in the torque converter clutch. C108504E02 (1) If the ATF is discolored and/or has a foul odor, completely stir the ATF in the torque converter clutch and drain it with the installation surface facing up., AX–172 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE

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(d) Clean and check the oil cooler and oil pipe line. (1) If the torque converter clutch is inspected or the ATF is changed, clean the oil cooler and oil pipe line. HINT: • Spray compressed air of 196 kpa (2 kgf/cm2, 28 psi) from the inlet hose. • If excessive fine powder is found in the ATF, add new ATF using a bucket pump and C011090 clean it again. (2) If the ATF is cloudy, inspect the oil cooler (radiator). OK NG The Bottom is Damaged D025368E10 2. INSPECT DRIVE PLATE AND RING GEAR (a) Set up a dial indicator and measure the drive plate runout. Maximum runout: 0.20 mm (0.0079 in.) If the runout is not within the specification or the ring gear is damaged, replace the drive plate. (b) Check the ring gear for damage. C081014, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–173

X ATUR34A0NES AMUISTSOIMOUNATIC TRANSATXLE OMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT COMPONENTS

BREATHER PLUG O-RING BREATHER PLUG HOSE 7.4 (75, 65 in.*lbf) NO. 1 TRANSAXLE CASE PLUG O-RING

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O-RING O-RING 27 (275, 20) 7.4 (75, 65 in.*lbf) OIL COOLER TUBE UNION NO. 1 TRANSAXLE CASE PLUG

GASKET

49 (500, 36) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque DRAIN PLUG Non-reusable part C121622E03,

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7.0 (71, 62 in.*lbf) SPEEDOMETER SENSOR 5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) CLIP O-RING TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR O-RING

SPEEDOMETER

DRIVEN GEAR 5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) LOCK PLATE PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY 6.9 (70, 61 in.*lbf) 13 (130, 9) 5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) CONTROL SHAFT LEVER N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C121623E04, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–175

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TRANSMISSION WIRE 5.4 (55, 48 in.*lbf) O-RING 11 (110, 8) LOCK PLATE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY MANUAL DETENT SPRING x13 11 (110, 8) MANUAL DETENT SPRING COVER OIL STRAINER GASKET 11 (110, 8) A VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY x3 11 (110, 8) AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN GASKET OIL CLEANER MAGNET AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-ASSEMBLY x19 N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque 7.8 (80, 69 in.*lbf) Non-reusable part C121626E01, AX–176 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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BRAKE DRUM GASKET CHECK BALL BODY COMPRESSION SPRING TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET TRANSAXLE CASE CHECK BALL BODY 2ND BRAKE GASKET C-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON COMPRESSION

SPRING

C-3 ACCUMULATOR PISTON COMPRESSION

SPRING

B-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON COMPRESSION

SPRING

C-2 ACCUMULATOR

PISTON

C-3 ACCUMULATOR

PISTON

B-2 ACCUMULATOR C-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON PISTON O-RING C-3 ACCUMULATOR PISTON O-RING B-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON O-RING Non-reusable part C121627E03, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–177

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PARKING LOCK PAWL SHAFT TORSION SPRING PARKING LOCK PAWL PARKING LOCK PAWL SHAFT MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT A MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT SPRING PIN MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT RETAINER SPRING MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT SPACER MANUAL VALVE LEVER SUB-ASSEMBLY PARKING LOCK CAM GUIDE MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT OIL SEAL PARKING LOCK PARKING LOCK ROD PAWL BRACKET SUB-ASSEMBLY 20 (205, 15) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque Non-reusable part C121628E03,

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11 (115, 8) DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE BEARING LOCK PLATE DRIVE PINION THRUST BEARING RH 29 (300, 22) FRONT DRIVE PINION FRONT x7 TAPERED ROLLER BEARING 29 (300, 22) x4

TRANSAXLE

CASE OIL SEAL 22 (225, 16) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part Apply MP grease C121624E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–179

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NO. 1 TRANSAXLE CASE PLATE OVERDRIVE BRAKE GASKET FRONT DRIVE PINION REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING DRIVE PINION THRUST BEARING LH COUNTER DRIVEN GEAR DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION OVERDRIVE BRAKE GASKET DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION PLUG FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL DIFFERENTIAL GEAR ASSEMBLY

A

COUNTER DRIVE GEAR BEARING COUNTER DRIVE GEAR LOCK NUT WASHER COUNTER DRIVE GEAR NUT INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY COUNTER DRIVE GEAR FORWARD CLUTCH HUB SUB-ASSEMBLY x7 FORWARD CLUTCH HUB THRUST 22 (225, 16) NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY STATOR SHAFT THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque Non-reusable part Apply MP grease C121625E03, AX–180 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE FLANGE 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE DISC REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR

ASSEMBLY

NO. 2 2ND COAST AND SNAP RING OVERDRIVE BRAKE FLANGE NO. 2 PLANETARY CARRIER THRUST WASHER 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY NO. 1 PLANETARY CARRIER THRUST WASHER REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING x11 REAR TRANSAXLE COVER ASSEMBLY INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY 25 (250, 18) DIRECT CLUTCH HUB REAR CLUTCH DRUM THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING C-2 HUB THRUST BEARING RACE REAR NO. 2 PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING NO. 3 THRUST BEARING RACE N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque Non-reusable part C121664E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–181

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NO. 2 1-WAY CLUTCH 2ND BRAKE ASSEMBLY REAR PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY SNAP RING FRONT PLANETARY SUN GEAR OUTER RACE

RETAINER

NO. 2 THRUST BEARING RACE FRONT PLANETARY GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER REAR PLANETARY GEAR THRUST

BEARING

NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING

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THRUST BEARING RACE 2ND BRAKE BRAKE FLANGE NO. 1 2ND BRAKE BRAKE FLANGE SNAP RING 2ND BRAKE BRAKE DISC 2ND BRAKE PISTON SLEEVE C121665E02, AX–182 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON SNAP RING NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON O-RING PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY COUNTER DRIVE GEAR BEARING 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE FLANGE SNAP RING 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE DISC 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PLATE Non-reusable part C121666E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–183

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1. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER SENSOR (a) Remove the bolt and remove the speedometer sensor. C121660 2. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Remove the clip and speedometer driven gear from the speedometer sensor. (b) Remove the O-ring from the speedometer sensor. Clip C117097E01 3. REMOVE PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the nut and washer and remove the control lever shaft. C117101 A (b) Using a screwdriver, pry out the lock plate and remove the manual valve shaft nut. C117104 (c) Remove the 2 bolts and pull out the park/neutral position switch assembly. C117106, AX–184 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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4. REMOVE TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (a) Remove the bolt and remove the transmission revolution sensor. C067751 5. REMOVE OIL COOLER TUBE UNION (a) Remove the 2 oil cooler tube unions from the transaxle case. (b) Remove the 2 O-rings from the 2 oil cooler tube unions. D025286 6. REMOVE NO. 1 TRANSAXLE CASE PLUG (a) Remove the 4 No. 1 transaxle case plugs from the transaxle housing and transaxle case. C067754 (b) Remove the No. 1 transaxle case plug from the transaxle case. (c) Remove the O-rings from the No. 1 transaxle case plugs. C067755 7. REMOVE BREATHER PLUG HOSE (a) Remove the breather plug hose from the transaxle case. 8. FIX AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY C067752, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–185

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9. REMOVE AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-

ASSEMBLY

11 12 13 14 1516 (a) Remove the 19 bolts and remove the oil pan and oil 9 17 pan gasket. 716543C062684E03 (b) Remove the 2 oil cleaner magnets from the oil pan. (c) Examine the particles in the pan. (1) Collect any steel chips with the removed magnets. Carefully look at the foreign matter and Magnets particles in the pan and on the magnets to predict the type of wear which might be found in the transaxle. Steel (magnetic): bearing, gear and clutch plate C093943E04 wear Brass (non-magnetic): bearing wear 10. REMOVE VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 bolts and remove the oil strainer assembly.

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C062685E02 (b) Remove the oil strainer gasket from the oil strainer. 11. REMOVE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the 5 solenoid connectors. Gasket D005904E04 (b) Remove the bolt and lock plate and remove the ATF temperature sensor. C093938E05, AX–186 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(c) Remove the 2 bolts and remove the detent spring cover and detent spring. Detent Spring Cover C093939E07 (d) Remove the 13 bolts and the valve body assembly from the transaxle case. C093940E10 12. REMOVE TRANSMISSION WIRE (a) Remove the bolt and the transmission wire from the transaxle case. C062929 (b) Remove the O-ring from the transmission wire. C067760 13. REMOVE TRANSAXLE CASE 2ND BRAKE GASKET (a) Remove the transaxle case 2nd brake gasket from the transaxle case. C067757, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–187

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14. REMOVE TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET (a) Remove the transaxle case gasket from the transaxle case. C067758 15. REMOVE BRAKE DRUM GASKET (a) Remove the brake drum gasket from the transaxle case. C067759 16. REMOVE CHECK BALL BODY (a) Remove the check ball body and spring from the transaxle case. C067767 A 17. REMOVE B-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole and remove the B-2 accumulator piston and spring. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it by hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. C067761 (b) Remove the 2 O-rings from the B-2 accumulator piston. D025038, AX–188 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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18. REMOVE C-3 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole and remove the C-3 accumulator piston and spring. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it with your hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. C067762 (b) Remove the 2 O-rings from the C-3 accumulator piston. D025039 19. REMOVE C-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole and remove the C-2 accumulator piston and the spring. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it by hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. C067763 (b) Remove the 2 O-rings from the C-2 accumulator piston. D025040 20. REMOVE TRANSAXLE HOUSING (a) Remove the 14 bolts. (b) Tap around the circumference of the transaxle housing with a plastic hammer to remove the transaxle housing from the transaxle case. NOTICE: The differential gear assembly may be accidentally removed when the transaxle housing is removed. D025041, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–189

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21. INSPECT INPUT SHAFT END PLAY (a) Measure the end play in the axial direction. End play: 0.37 to 1.29 mm (0.0146 to 0.0508 in.) If the end play is not as specified, select and replace the thrust needle roller bearing. C067772 22. REMOVE OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 7 bolts and the oil pump assembly from the transaxle case. C067773 23. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the differential gear assembly from the transaxle case. D025042 A 24. REMOVE OVERDRIVE BRAKE GASKET (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the 2 overdrive brake gaskets from the transaxle case. C067783 25. REMOVE INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the input shaft assembly from the transaxle case. C067775, AX–190 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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26. REMOVE STATOR SHAFT THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Remove the thrust needle roller bearing from the input shaft. C067782 27. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH HUB THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Remove the thrust needle roller bearing from the forward clutch hub. C067776 28. INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Using a dial indicator, measure the clearance of the intermediate shaft. Standard clearance: 0.204 to 0.966 mm (0.008 to 0.038 in.) D025043 29. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH HUB SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the forward clutch hub from the transaxle case. C067777 30. REMOVE REAR TRANSAXLE COVER ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 11 bolts. (b) Tap around the circumference of the rear transaxle cover with a plastic hammer to remove the rear transaxle cover from the transaxle case. C067778, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–191

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31. REMOVE TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET (a) Remove the 4 transaxle case gaskets. C067779 32. REMOVE REAR CLUTCH DRUM THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Using a magnetic finger, remove the thrust needle roller bearing. C067780 33. REMOVE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the intermediate shaft assembly from the transaxle case. C067781 A 34. REMOVE 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

DISC

(a) Remove the flange, 2 discs and 2 No. 2 flanges from the transaxle. C067785 35. REMOVE THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Using a magnetic finger, remove the C-2 hub thrust bearing race, the thrust needle roller bearing and the thrust bearing race from the direct clutch hub. C067784, AX–192 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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36. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (a) Remove the direct clutch hub from the transaxle case. C068196 37. REMOVE REAR NO. 2 PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Using a magnetic finger, remove the thrust bearing from the rear thrust needle bearing. C067786 38. REMOVE REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the rear planetary sun gear from the transaxle case. C067973 39. REMOVE REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Remove the rear planetary sun gear thrust needle roller bearing and thrust washer No. 1 from the rear planetary sun gear. C068161 40. INSPECT 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY Free (a) Hold the rear planetary sun gear and turn the 1-way clutch. (b) Make sure that 1-way clutch turns freely Hold counterclockwise and locks when turned clockwise. Locks D025044E07, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–193

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41. REMOVE 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 1-way clutch assembly and planetary carrier thrust washer No. 2 from the rear planetary sun gear. C068163 42. REMOVE 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE FLANGE HOLE SNAP RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring from the transaxle case. C067971 43. REMOVE 2ND BRAKE BRAKE DISC (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the flange, 3 discs and 3 plates from the transaxle. C067969 A 44. REMOVE 2ND BRAKE PISTON SLEEVE (a) Remove the 2nd brake piston sleeve from the transaxle case. C067970 45. INSPECT NO. 2 1-WAY CLUTCH (a) Install the 1-way clutch and the thrust washer onto the rear planetary sun gear. Free Locks (b) Hold the rear planetary sun gear and turn the 1-way clutch. (c) Make sure that the 1-way clutch turns freely counterclockwise and locks when turned clockwise. D025045E06, AX–194 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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46. REMOVE REAR PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the rear planetary gear assembly from the transaxle case. C067967 47. REMOVE REAR PLANETARY GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Remove the thrust needle roller bearing and 2 bearing races from the rear planetary gear assembly. C068159 48. REMOVE NO. 2 1-WAY CLUTCH (a) Separate the 2nd brake cylinder, 1-way clutch No. 2 and the rear planetary gear. C067966 49. REMOVE OUTER RACE RETAINER (a) Remove the retainer from 1-way clutch No. 2. C067965 50. REMOVE FRONT PLANETARY SUN GEAR (a) Remove the front planetary sun gear and thrust needle roller bearing from the transaxle case. C068157, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–195

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51. REMOVE 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE DISC (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the flange, 4 discs and 4 plates from the transaxle case. C067963 52. REMOVE 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST, a press and a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. SST 09387-00070 (b) Remove the 1st and reverse brake return spring sub-assembly.

SST

D008332E02 53. REMOVE NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON (a) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the transaxle case to remove the 1st and reverse brake piston. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it by hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. C068211 A 54. REMOVE NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON O-RING (a) Remove the 2 O-rings from No. 2 1st and reverse brake piston. C067962 55. REMOVE COUNTER DRIVE GEAR NUT (a) Fix the counter driven gear with the parking lock pawl. C067960, AX–196 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) Using SST and a hammer, release the lock washer. SST 09930-00010

SST

C067961E01 (c) Using SST, remove the nut and lock washer. SST 09387-00120

SST

D025048E02 56. REMOVE PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST and a press, remove the planetary gear assembly from the transaxle case. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00400, 09951-00320, SST 09952-06010), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) D025047E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–197

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57. REMOVE COUNTER DRIVE GEAR (a) Install the 2 bolts onto the counter drive gear. Bolt (M6): L = 40 to 80 mm Pitch = 1.0 mm (b) Rotate the 2 bolts and remove the counter drive gear and front planetary sun gear. (c) Remove the 2 radial ball bearings from the counter drive gear and front planetary sun gear. C068474E01 58. REMOVE PARKING LOCK PAWL BRACKET (a) Remove the 3 bolts, cam guide and bracket from the transaxle case.

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C067957 59. REMOVE MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT RETAINER

SPRING

(a) Remove the manual valve lever shaft retainer spring from the manual valve lever shaft. C067956 60. REMOVE MANUAL VALVE LEVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using a screwdriver, release and remove the spacer. C067954, AX–198 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) Using a pin punch and hammer, drive out the manual valve lever shaft spring pin. (c) Remove the manual valve lever shaft and manual valve lever. C067950 61. REMOVE PARKING LOCK ROD SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the parking lock rod from the manual valve lever. C067951 62. REMOVE MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT (a) Remove the manual valve lever shaft from the transaxle case. C067952 63. REMOVE PARKING LOCK PAWL (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the parking lock pawl shaft from the transaxle case. (b) Remove the parking lock pawl torsion spring and parking lock pawl from the transaxle case. C067948 64. REMOVE COUNTER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Remove the counter driven gear, drive pinion and thrust needle roller bearing from the transaxle case. C068164, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–199

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65. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION PLUG (a) Using a brass bar and a hammer, remove the differential drive pinion plug. C068188 66. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION (a) Using SST and a press, remove the differential drive pinion from the counter driven gear. SST SST 09950-60010 (09951-00350), 09950-70010 (09951-07150) D025174E01 67. REMOVE BEARING LOCK PLATE (a) Remove the bolt and remove the bearing lock plate. C067770 A 68. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE (a) Remove the differential gear lube apply tube from the transaxle housing. C068187 69. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE PINION FRONT TAPERED SST Turn ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the front drive pinion front tapered roller bearing from the transaxle housing. Hold SST 09308-10010 C067771E02, AX–200 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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70. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE PINION REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the front drive pinion rear tapered roller bearing from the transaxle case. SST SST 09612-65014 (09612-01040) (b) Remove transaxle case plate No. 1 from the transaxle case. Plate C067946E03 71. REMOVE COUNTER DRIVE GEAR BEARING (a) Remove the 2 counter drive gear bearing inner races RH from the transaxle case. (b) Using SST, remove the counter drive gear bearing LH outer race from the transaxle case. SST 09308-00010 D025049 (c) Using SST, remove the counter drive gear bearing rear outer race from the transaxle case. SST 09308-00010 D025050 72. REMOVE COUNTER DRIVE GEAR HOLE SNAP RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the counter drive gear hole snap ring from the transaxle case. C067955 73. REMOVE MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT OIL SEAL (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the oil seal from the transaxle case. C067953, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–201

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74. REMOVE FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Using SST and a hammer, remove the oil seal from SST the transaxle case. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00550), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) C067942E01 75. REMOVE TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Using SST and a hammer, remove the transaxle SST case oil seal from the transaxle housing. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00530), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) C067941E01

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

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(a) Check whether the sliding surfaces of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored, or even if a part of the printed C067852 number is defaced, replace all the discs. A • Before assembling new discs, soak them in ATF for at least 15 minutes. 2. INSPECT 2ND BRAKE BRAKE DISC (a) Check whether the sliding surfaces of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored or even if a part of the printed mark is defaced, replace all the discs. • Before assembling new discs, soak them in C067852 ATF for at least 15 minutes., AX–202 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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3. INSPECT 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE DISC (a) Check to see if the sliding surface of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored, or even if a part of the printed mark is defaced, replace all the discs. • Before assembling new discs, soak in ATF for D025046 at least 15 minutes. 4. INSPECT 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using vernier calipers, measure the free length of the spring together with the spring seat. Standard free length: 13.96 mm (0.5496 in.) C059838, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–203

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1. BEARING POSITION

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2. INSPECT DIFFERENTIAL CASE TAPERED ROLLERBABEARING PRELOAD A (a) Coat the front differential case and bearing with ATF and install them onto the transaxle case. (b) Install the transaxle housing with the 14 bolts. Torque: Bolt A 29 N*m (300 kgf*cm, 22 ft.*lbf) Bolt B 22 N*m (225 kgf*cm, 16 ft.*lbf) A A D025285E01 (c) Using SST and a small torque wrench, measure the SST preload of the differential gear. Preload Bearing Standard New 0.98 to 1.57 N*m (10.0 to 16.0 kgf*cm 8.7 to 13.9 in.*lbf) Used 0.49 to 0.78 N*m (5.0 to 8.0 kgf*cm 4.3 to 6.9 in.*lbf) If the preload is not within the specifications, remove the differential from the transaxle case. C081338E01 Select a new transaxle case side adjusting shim in accordance with the following table. Adjusting shim thickness Mark Thickness mm (in.) Mark Thickness mm (in.) 01 1.90 (0.0748) 11 2.40 (0.0945) 02 1.95 (0.0768) 12 2.45 (0.0965) 03 2.00 (0.0787) 13 2.50 (0.0984) 04 2.05 (0.0807) 14 2.55 (0.1004) 05 2.10 (0.0827) 15 2.60 (0.1024) 06 2.15 (0.0846) 16 2.65 (0.1043) 07 2.20 (0.0866) 17 2.70 (0.1063) 08 2.25 (0.0885) 18 2.75 (0.1082) 09 2.30 (0.0906) 19 2.80 (0.1102) 10 2.35 (0.0925) 3. INSTALL TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Coat the lip of a new oil seal with MP grease. (b) Using SST and a hammer, drive in a new oil seal. SST 09554-14010, 09950-70010 (09951-07100) Oil seal drive in depth: SST 1.5 to 2.5 mm (0.059 to 0.098 in.) C068168E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–205

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4. INSTALL FRONT TRANSAXLE CASE OIL SEAL (a) Coat the lip of a new oil seal with MP grease. (b) Using SST and a hammer, drive in a new oil seal. SST 09726-27012 (09726-02041), 09950-70010 (09951-07150) SST Oil seal drive in depth: 5.4 to 6.4 mm (0.213 to 0.252 in.) C068167E01 5. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE PINION REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING Bearing Side (a) Install transaxle case plate No. 1 onto the transaxle case. Plate Transaxle Case Side C125250E01 (b) Using SST and a hammer, install the front drive pinion rear tapered roller bearing onto the transaxle case. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00610), 09950-70010 (09951-07150) 6. INSTALL FRONT DRIVE PINION FRONT TAPERED ROLLER BEARING SST (a) Install the thrust bearing onto the transaxle housing. C068171E01 A (b) Using SST and a press, install a new front drive pinion front tapered roller bearing onto the transaxle housing. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00650), 09950-70010 (09951-07150)

SST

C068209E01 7. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE (a) Install the differential gear lube apply tube onto the transaxle housing. C068187, AX–206 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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8. INSTALL BEARING LOCK PLATE (a) Install the bearing lock plate onto the transaxle housing with the bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (115 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C067770 9. INSTALL COUNTER DRIVE GEAR HOLE SNAP RING (a) Using a screwdriver, install the counter drive gear hole snap ring onto the transaxle case. C067955 10. INSTALL COUNTER DRIVE GEAR BEARING (a) Using SST and a hammer, install the counter drive gear bearing LH outer race onto the transaxle case. SST 09950-60020 (09951-00890), 09950-70010 (09951-07150)

SST

C068173E01 (b) Using SST and a hammer, install the counter drive gear bearing RH outer race onto the transaxle case. SST 09950-60020 (09951-00890), 09950-70010 (09951-07150) (c) Install the counter drive gear bearing onto the SST transaxle case. C068172E01 11. INSTALL MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT OIL SEAL (a) Coat the lip of a new oil seal with MP grease. (b) Using SST and a hammer, install a new manual valve lever shaft oil seal. SST SST 09950-60010 (09951-00220), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) Oil seal drive in depth: -0.5 to 0.5 mm (-0.020 to 0.020 in.) C068174E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–207

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12. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION (a) Using SST and a press, install the differential drive SST pinion onto the counter driven gear. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00350), 09950-70010 (09951-07150) NOTICE: When replacing the counter driven gear, replace the counter drive gear in the transaxle case as well. D025175E01 Press the differential drive pinion in until it comes into contact with the counter driven gear. 13. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION PLUG (a) Using SST and a plastic hammer, install a new differential drive pinion plug onto the differential drive pinion. SST SST 09221-25026 (09221-00071) Standard clearance: 2.5 to 2.6 mm (0.0984 to 0.1023 in.) D025176E01 14. INSTALL COUNTER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Install the counter driven gear and drive pinion thrust bearing onto the transaxle case.

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C068165 15. INSTALL PARKING LOCK PAWL (a) Coat the parking lock pawl shaft with ATF. (b) Install the parking lock pawl, parking lock pawl shaft torsion spring and parking lock pawl shaft onto the transaxle case. NOTICE: Check that the parking lock pawl moves smoothly. C067948 16. INSTALL MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT (a) Install the manual valve lever shaft onto the transaxle case. NOTICE: Do not damage the oil seal lip. C067952, AX–208 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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17. INSTALL PARKING LOCK ROD SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the parking lock rod onto the manual valve lever. 18. INSTALL MANUAL VALVE LEVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Coat the manual valve lever sub-assembly with ATF. (b) Install the manual valve lever and a new manual valve lever spacer onto the manual valve lever shaft. C067951 (c) Using a pin punch and hammer, drive in the pin. C067950 (d) Turn the spacer and lever shaft to align the small hole for locating the staking position in the spacer with the staking position mark on the lever shaft. (e) Using a pin punch, stake the spacer through the small hole. (f) Check that the spacer does not turn. C068175 19. INSTALL MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT RETAINER

SPRING

(a) Install the manual valve lever shaft retainer spring onto the manual valve lever shaft. C067956 20. INSTALL PARKING LOCK PAWL BRACKET (a) Install the parking lock pawl bracket, parking lock rod and cam guide sleeve onto the transaxle case with the 3 bolts. Torque: 20 N*m (205 kgf*cm, 15 ft.*lbf) C067957, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–209

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21. INSTALL COUNTER DRIVE GEAR (a) Using SST and a press, install the counter drive gear onto the transaxle case. SST 09223-15030, 09527-17011, 09950-60010 (09951-00650), 09950-70010 (09951-07150)

SST SST

D025054E01 22. INSTALL PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST and a press, install the planetary gear assembly onto the transaxle case. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00480), 09223-15030, 09527-17011, 09950-70010 (09951-07150)

SST A SST

D025053E01 23. INSTALL COUNTER DRIVE GEAR NUT (a) Fix the counter driven gear with the parking lock pawl. C067960, AX–210 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) Using SST, install a new lock washer and nut. SST 09387-00120 SST Torque: 280 N*m (2,855 kgf*cm, 207 ft.*lbf) C068178E01 (c) Using SST and a small torque wrench, measure the rotating torque while turning the counter drive gear SST at 60 turns per minute. SST 09387-00120 Rotating torque: 0.20 to 0.49 N*m (2 to 5 kgf*cm, 2 to 4 in.*lbf) C068179E01 (d) Using SST and a hammer, stake the lock nut SST washer. SST 09930-00010 C068469E01 24. INSTALL NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON O-RING (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF, and install them onto No. 2 brake piston. C067962 25. INSTALL NO. 2 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE PISTON (a) Coat No. 2 1st and reverse brake piston with ATF, and install it into the transaxle case. NOTICE: Do not damage the oil seal lip. C068210, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–211

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26. INSTALL 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the 1st and reverse brake return spring sub- assembly onto the transaxle case. (b) Using SST, a press and a screwdriver, install the snap ring. SST 09387-00070

SST

D008332E02 27. INSTALL 1ST AND REVERSE BRAKE DISC Flange (a) Install the 4 plates, 4 discs and flange onto the transaxle case. Disc (b) Using a screwdriver, install the snap ring. Plate D025055E02 28. INSPECT PACK CLEARANCE OF FIRST AND SST REVERSE BRAKE (a) Using SST and a dial indicator, measure the first and reverse brake clearance while pressing the disc and plate from the rear side. SST 09350-36010 (09350-06110) Pack clearance: 0.806 to 1.206 mm (0.0317 to 0.0475 in.) NOTICE: C068184E01 If the clearance is outside the specifications, A select a new brake flange. HINT: There are 4 different flange thicknesses. Flange thickness Mark Thickness mm (in.) Mark Thickness mm (in.) - 3.4 (0.134) 2 3.8 (0.150) 1 3.6 (0.142) 3 4.0 (0.157) (b) Check that the 1st and reverse brake piston moves when compressed air is applied (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/ cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole. 29. INSTALL FRONT PLANETARY SUN GEAR (a) Install the planetary sun gear and needle roller bearing onto the planetary gear assembly. C068158, AX–212 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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30. INSTALL OUTER RACE RETAINER (a) Install the outer retainer onto No. 2 1-way clutch. C067965 31. INSTALL NO. 2 1-WAY CLUTCH (a) Install the 1-way clutch and 2nd brake piston assembly onto the rear planetary gear assembly. C067966 32. INSTALL REAR PLANETARY GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install No. 2 thrust bearing race, the planetary gear thrust needle roller bearing and thrust bearing race onto the rear planetary gear assembly. C068160 33. INSTALL REAR PLANETARY GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Install the rear planetary gear assembly onto the transaxle case. (b) Using a screwdriver, install the snap ring. D025056 34. INSPECT NO. 2 1-WAY CLUTCH (a) Check that the rear planetary gear turns freely Free Lock counterclockwise and locks when turned clockwise. D025045E03, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–213

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35. INSTALL 2ND BRAKE PISTON SLEEVE (a) Install the 2nd brake piston sleeve onto the transaxle case. C067970 36. INSTALL 2ND BRAKE BRAKE DISC (a) Install the 3 discs, 3 plates and flange onto the transaxle case. Flange (b) Using a screwdriver, install a snap ring onto the transaxle case. Disc Plate D025097E02 37. INSPECT PACK CLEARANCE OF 2ND BRAKE (a) Using a dial indicator, measure the 2nd brake pack clearance while applying and releasing compressed air (392 to 785 kPa, 4 to 8 kgf/cm2, 57 to 114 psi). Pack clearance: 0.847 to 1.247 mm (0.0333 to 0.0491 in.) NOTICE: If the clearance is outside the specifications, select a new brake flange. D025098 HINT: A There are 4 different flange thicknesses. Flange thickness Mark Thickness mm (in.) Mark Thickness mm (in.) - 3.0 (0.118) 2 3.4 (0.134) 1 3.2 (0.126) 3 3.6 (0.142) 38. INSTALL 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE FLANGE HOLE SNAP RING (a) Using a screwdriver, install a snap ring onto the transaxle case. C067971, AX–214 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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39. INSTALL 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (a) Install No. 2 thrust washer onto the rear planetary gear assembly. (b) Install 1-way clutch assembly onto the rear planetary sun gear assembly. C068163 40. INSPECT 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY Free (a) Hold the rear planetary sun gear and turn the 1-way clutch and check that the 1-way clutch turns freely counterclockwise and locks when turned clockwise. Hold Locks D025044E07 41. INSTALL REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install the thrust bearing and a washer onto the rear planetary sun gear. C068162 42. INSTALL REAR PLANETARY SUN GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Install the rear planetary sun gear assembly. C067973 43. INSTALL REAR NO. 2 PLANETARY SUN GEAR THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install the thrust bearing onto the rear planetary sun gear. C068466, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–215

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44. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH HUB (a) Install the direct clutch hub. C068196 45. INSTALL THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install No. 3 thrust bearing race, the thrust needle roller bearing and the C-2 hub thrust bearing race onto the direct clutch hub. C068465 46. INSTALL 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

DISC

(a) Install the 2 discs, 2 plates and flange onto the transaxle case. Flange Disc Plate D025099E02 A 47. INSTALL INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Install the intermediate shaft assembly onto the transaxle case. C067781 48. INSPECT 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

CLEARANCE

(a) As shown in the illustration, place a straight edge on the transaxle case and measure the distance between the 2nd coast and O/D brake flange and straight edge using vernier calipers. (Dimension A) C068205, AX–216 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) As shown in the illustration, place a straight edge on the O/D brake piston and measure the distance between the transaxle rear cover and straight edge using vernier calipers. (Dimension B) Calculate the piston stroke value using the following formula. Select a flange which meets the piston stroke value and install it. Pack clearance: 2.091 to 2.491 mm (0.0823 to 0.0981 in.) C068206 NOTICE: If the clearance is outside the specifications, select a new brake flange. HINT: There are 4 different flange thicknesses. Flange thickness Mark Thickness mm (in.) Mark Thickness mm (in,) 4 4.0 (0.1575) 6 4.4 (0.1732) 5 4.2 (0.1654) 7 4.6 (0.1811) 49. INSTALL REAR CLUTCH DRUM THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install the bearing onto the intermediate shaft. C068467 50. INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Install the transaxle rear cover with the 11 bolts. Torque: 25 N*m (250 kgf*cm, 18 ft.*lbf) C067778 (b) Using a dial indicator, measure the clearance of the intermediate shaft. Standard clearance: 0.204 to 0.966 mm (0.008 to 0.038 in.) (c) Remove the 11 bolts and the transaxle rear cover. D025043, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–217

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51. INSTALL TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET (a) Install 4 new gaskets onto the transaxle case. C067779 52. INSTALL REAR TRANSAXLE COVER ASSEMBLY (a) Apply FIPG to the transaxle case. FIPG: Toyota Genuine Seal Packing 1281, Three Bond 1281 or Equivalent C068204 (b) Install the rear transaxle cover with the 11 bolts. Torque: 25 N*m (250 kgf*cm, 18 ft.*lbf) C067778 A 53. INSTALL FORWARD CLUTCH HUB SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the forward clutch hub sub-assembly onto the transaxle case. C067777 54. INSTALL FORWARD CLUTCH HUB THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Install the bearing onto the forward clutch hub. C068464, AX–218 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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55. INSTALL STATOR SHAFT THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER

BEARING

(a) Install the bearing onto the input shaft assembly. C067938 56. INSTALL INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Install the input shaft assembly onto the transaxle case. C067775 57. INSTALL OVERDRIVE BRAKE GASKET (a) Install 2 new gaskets onto the transaxle case. C067783 58. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL GEAR ASSEMBLY (a) Install the differential gear assembly onto the transaxle case. D025100 59. INSTALL OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (a) Install the oil pump with the 7 bolts. Torque: 22 N*m (225 kgf*cm, 16 ft.*lbf) C067773, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–219

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60. INSPECT INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Make sure that the input shaft turns smoothly. C068186 61. INSPECT INPUT SHAFT END PLAY (a) Measure the end play in the axial direction. End play: 0.37 to 1.29 mm (0.0146 to 0.0508 in.) If the end play is not as specified, replace the thrust needle roller bearing. C067772 62. INSTALL TRANSAXLE HOUSING (a) Apply FIPG to the transaxle case. FIPG: Toyota Genuine Seal Packing 1281, Three Bond 1281 or Equivalent C081344 A (b) Install the transaxle housing with the 14 bolts. B A Torque: BoltAA29 N*m (300 kgf*cm, 22 ft.*lbf) Bolt B 22 N*m (225 kgf*cm, 16 ft.*lbf) A A D025285E01 63. INSTALL C-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF and install them onto the C-2 accumulator piston. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. D025040, AX–220 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) Install the spring and C-2 accumulator piston. Accumulator spring Spring Free length/Outer diameter mm (in.) Color C-2 66.90 (2.6339)17.20 (0.6772) - C068839 64. INSTALL C-3 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF and install them onto the C-3 accumulator piston. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. D025039 (b) Install the spring and C-3 accumulator piston. Accumulator spring Spring Free length/Outer diameter mm (in.) Color C-3 80.20 (3.1575)18.70 (0.7362) Blue C068840 65. INSTALL B-2 ACCUMULATOR PISTON (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF and install them onto the B-2 accumulator piston. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. D025038 (b) Install the spring and B-2 accumulator piston. Accumulator spring Spring Free length/Outer diameter mm (in.) Color B-2 66.90 (2.6339)15.50 (0.6102) Green C068841, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–221

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66. INSTALL CHECK BALL BODY (a) Install the spring and check ball body. C069422 67. INSTALL BRAKE DRUM GASKET (a) Install a new brake drum gasket. C067759 68. INSTALL TRANSAXLE CASE GASKET (a) Coat a new transaxle case gasket with ATF, and install it onto the transaxle case. C067758 A 69. INSTALL TRANSAXLE CASE 2ND BRAKE GASKET (a) Coat a new transaxle case 2nd brake gasket with ATF, and install it onto the transaxle case. C067757 70. INSTALL TRANSMISSION WIRE (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF, and install it onto the transmission wire. C067760, AX–222 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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(b) Insert the transmission wire into the transaxle. D025102 (c) Install the transmission wire with the bolt. Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 71. INSTALL TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY (a) Align the groove of the manual valve with the pin of the manual valve lever. C062929 (b) Provisionally install the valve body with the 13 bolts. A B Bolt length: C Bolt A: 32 mm (1.26 in.) Bolt B: 22 mm (0.87 in.) D A Bolt C: 55 mm (2.17 in.) Bolt D: 45 mm (1.77 in.)

A B

C093940E11 (c) Provisionally install the detent spring and detent Detent spring cover with the 2 bolts. Spring Bolt length: Bolt A: 14 mm (0.55 in.) A Bolt B: 45 mm (1.77 in.) Cover (d) Check that the manual valve lever is in contact with the center of the roller at the tip of the detent spring. B (e) Tighten the 15 bolts. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C093939E08 (f) Connect the 5 solenoid connectors. (g) Install the ATF temperature sensor with the lock plate and bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) Bolt length: 55 mm (2.17 in.) C093938E05, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–223

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72. INSTALL VALVE BODY OIL STRAINER ASSEMBLY (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF, and install it into the oil strainer. Gasket D005904E04 (b) Install the valve body oil strainer assembly onto the automatic transaxle with the 3 bolts. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C062685 73. INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE OIL PAN SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the 2 magnets onto the oil pan. (b) Install a new oil pan gasket onto the oil pan. D025104 A (c) Install the oil pan with the 19 bolts. Torque: 7.8 N*m (80 kgf*cm, 69 in.*lbf) C062684 74. INSTALL BREATHER PLUG HOSE (a) Install the breather plug hose onto the transaxle case. C067752, AX–224 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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75. INSTALL NO. 1 TRANSAXLE CASE PLUG (a) Coat 5 new O-rings with ATF, and install them onto the screw plugs. (b) Install the 4 screw plugs onto the transaxle housing and transaxle case. Torque: 7.4 N*m (75 kgf*cm, 65 in.*lbf) C067754 (c) Install the screw plug onto the transaxle case. Torque: 7.4 N*m (75 kgf*cm, 65 in.*lbf) C067755 76. INSTALL OIL COOLER TUBE UNION (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF, and install them into the 2 oil cooler tube unions. (b) Install the 2 oil cooler tube unions onto the transaxle case. Torque: 27 N*m (275 kgf*cm, 20 ft.*lbf) D025286 77. INSTALL TRANSMISSION REVOLUTION SENSOR (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF, and install it into the transmission revolution sensor. (b) Install the transmission revolution sensor onto the transaxle case with the bolt. Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) C067751 78. INSTALL PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the park/neutral position switch assembly onto the manual transaxle. (b) Provisionally install the 2 bolts. (c) Replace the lock plate with a new one and tighten the manual valve shaft nut. Torque: 6.9 N*m (70 kgf*cm, 61 in.*lbf) (d) Provisionally install the control shaft lever. C117107E01, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT AX–225

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(e) Turn the lever counterclockwise until it stops, then turn it clockwise 2 notches. (f) Remove the control shaft lever. C117103 (g) Align the groove with the neutral basic line. Neutral Basic Line (h) Hold the switch in this position and tighten the 2 bolts. Groove Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) C117107E02 (i) Using a screwdriver, stake the nut with the lock plate. C117105 A (j) Install the control shaft lever with the nut and washer. Torque: 13 N*m (130 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) C117101 79. INSTALL SPEEDOMETER DRIVEN GEAR (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF and install it into the speedometer sensor. (b) Install the driven gear into the speedometer sensor with the clip. Clip C117097E01, AX–226 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE UNIT

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80. INSTALL SPEEDOMETER SENSOR (a) Install the speedometer sensor onto the transaxle housing. C121660, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP AX–227

X OTUR34A0NES AMUISTSOIMONAITIC LTRANSAXLE PUMP COMPONENTS

FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVEN GEAR FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR FRONT OIL PUMP BODY FRONT OIL PUMP BODY O-RING FRONT OIL PUMP OIL SEAL A 9.8 (100, 7) x10 CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING STATOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C121631E03, AX–228 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP

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1. REMOVE FRONT OIL PUMP BODY O-RING (a) Remove the front oil pump O-ring from the oil pump. C067790 2. REMOVE STATOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T30, remove the 10 "Torx" screws. C067789 3. REMOVE FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR (a) Remove the front oil pump drive gear from the oil pump body. C069210 4. REMOVE FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVEN GEAR (a) Remove the front oil pump driven gear from the oil pump body. C069211 5. REMOVE FRONT OIL PUMP OIL SEAL (a) Using SST, remove the front oil pump oil seal from the oil pump body. SST 09308-00010

SST

C067796E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP AX–229

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6. REMOVE CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the 2 clutch drum oil seal rings from the stator shaft assembly. C067798

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT STATOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Using a dial indicator, measure the inside diameter of the stator shaft bushings. Standard inside diameter: 21.500 to 21.526 mm (0.84646 to 0.84748 in.) Maximum inside diameter: 21.526 mm (0.84748 in.) If the inside diameter is greater than the maximum, C067787 replace the stator shaft. (b) Install the input shaft assembly onto the stator shaft assembly and check that the input shaft assembly turns smoothly. NOTICE: Replace the stator assembly with a new one if it moves roughly or makes unusual noise. Inspect the input shaft's contact surface with the bearing when replacing, and replace the input shaft with a new one if any damage or C067788 discoloration is found. A 2. INSPECT OIL PUMP GEAR CLEARANCE (a) Measure the clearance between the tips of the driven gear teeth and the drive gear teeth. Standard tip clearance: 0.07 to 0.15 mm (0.0028 to 0.0059 in.) Maximum tip clearance: 0.15 mm (0.0059 in.) If the tip clearance is greater than the maximum, replace the oil pump body sub-assembly. C067791 (b) Push the driven gear to one side of the body. Using a feeler gauge, measure the clearance. Standard body clearance: 0.10 to 0.15 mm (0.0039 to 0.0059 in.) Maximum body clearance: 0.15 mm (0.0059 in.) If the body clearance is greater than the maximum, replace the oil pump body sub-assembly. C067792, AX–230 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP

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(c) Using a steel straight edge and feeler gauge, measure the side clearance of both gears. Standard side clearance: 0.02 to 0.05 mm (0.0008 to 0.0020 in.) Maximum side clearance: 0.05 mm (0.0020 in.) If the side clearance is greater than the maximum, replace the drive gear, driven gear or pump body. Drive gear thickness C067793 No. Thickness mm (in.) 1 9.44 to 9.45 (0.3709 to 0.3713) 2 9.45 to 9.46 (0.3713 to 0.3717) 3 9.46 to 9.47 (0.3717 to 0.3721) 4 9.47 to 9.48 (0.3721 to 0.3725) 5 9.48 to 9.49 (0.3725 to 0.3729) Driven gear thickness No. Thickness mm (in.) 1 9.44 to 9.45 (0.3709 to 0.3713) 2 9.45 to 9.46 (0.3713 to 0.3717) 3 9.46 to 9.47 (0.3717 to 0.3721) 4 9.47 to 9.48 (0.3721 to 0.3725) 5 9.48 to 9.49 (0.3725 to 0.3729) 3. INSPECT FRONT OIL PUMP BODY SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using a dial indicator, measure the inside diameter of the oil pump body bushing. Standard inside diameter: 38.113 to 38.138 mm (1.50050 to 1.50149 in.) Maximum inside diameter: 38.138 mm (1.50149 in.) If the inside diameter is greater than the maximum, replace the oil pump body sub-assembly. C067797

REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING (a) Coat 2 new clutch drum oil seal rings with ATF, and install them onto the stator shaft. C067798, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP AX–231

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2. INSTALL FRONT OIL PUMP OIL SEAL (a) Using SST, install the front oil pump oil seal into the SST oil pump body. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00550), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) Oil seal drive in depth: -0.15 to 0.15 mm (-0.006 to 0.006 in.) C067799E03 3. INSTALL FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVEN GEAR Mark (a) Coat the front oil pump driven gear with ATF, and install it into the oil pump body with the marked side facing upward. D025108E05 4. INSTALL FRONT OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR (a) Coat the front oil pump drive gear with ATF, and Mark install it into the oil pump body with the marked side facing upward. C082193E04 A 5. INSTALL STATOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T30, install the stator shaft assembly with 10 "Torx" screws. Torque: 9.8 N*m (100 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf) C067789 6. INSPECT OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY (a) Turn the drive gear with 2 screwdrivers and make sure it rotates smoothly. NOTICE: Do not damage the oil seal lip. C067800, AX–232 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – OIL PUMP

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7. INSTALL FRONT OIL PUMP BODY O-RING (a) Coat a new front oil pump body O-ring with ATF, and install it onto the oil pump. C067790, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INPUT SHAFT AX–233

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UTIR34A0NENS AMUISTSOIMONATICP TRANSAXLEUT SHAFT

COMPONENTS

SNAP RING NO. 1 CLUTCH BALANCER FORWARD CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON O-RING INPUT SHAFT INPUT SHAFT OIL SEAL RING

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FORWARD CLUTCH FLANGE FRONT CLUTCH CLUTCH DISC SNAP RING FOWARD MULTIPLE DISC CLUTCH CLUTCH PLATE Non-reusable part C121632E02, AX–234 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INPUT SHAFT

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1. REMOVE FRONT CLUTCH CLUTCH DISC (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the flange, 4 discs and 4 plates from the input shaft. C067851 2. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST on the clutch balancer, compress the SST return spring with a press. SST 09320-89010 NOTICE: Do not compress the return spring excessively. (b) Using a snap ring expander, remove the snap ring. D008368E01 (c) Remove the clutch balancer and piston return spring. D008369 3. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON (a) Place the input shaft onto the oil pump. (b) Holding the forward clutch piston by hand, apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil pump to remove the forward clutch piston. HINT: When the piston can not be removed due to being slanted, either blow the air again with the protruding side pushed or remove the piston using needle- C067856 nose pliers with their tips wrapped in protective tape. 4. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the clutch piston O- ring from the forward clutch piston. C067857, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INPUT SHAFT AX–235

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5. REMOVE INPUT SHAFT OIL SEAL RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the input shaft oil seal ring from the input shaft. C067858

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT FRONT CLUTCH CLUTCH DISC (a) Check whether the sliding surface of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored, or even if a part of the printed number is defaced, replace all the discs. C067852 • Before assembling new discs, soak them in ATF for at least 15 minutes. 2. INSPECT FORWARD CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using vernier calipers, measure the free length of the spring together with the spring seat. Standard free length: 21.69 mm (0.8540 in.)

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C067855

REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL INPUT SHAFT OIL SEAL RING (a) Coat a new input shaft oil seal ring with ATF, and install it into the input shaft. C067858 2. INSTALL FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON O-RING (a) Coat a new clutch piston O-ring with ATF, and install it into the forward clutch piston. C067857, AX–236 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INPUT SHAFT

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3. INSTALL FORWARD CLUTCH PISTON (a) Install the forward clutch piston into the input shaft. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-ring. C068199 4. INSTALL FORWARD CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the return spring and clutch balancer into the input shaft. C067854 (b) Using SST, a press and snap ring pliers, install the snap ring onto the input shaft. SST 09320-89010

SST

D008368E01 5. INSTALL FRONT CLUTCH CLUTCH DISC Flange Disc (a) Install the 4 plates, 4 discs and flange. (b) Using a screwdriver, install the snap ring into the input shaft. Plate D025109E02 6. INSPECT PACK CLEARANCE OF FORWARD

CLUTCH

(a) Using a dial indicator, measure the pack clearance while applying and releasing compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi). Pack clearance: 1.406 to 1.806 mm (0.05535 to 0.07110 in.) NOTICE: If the clearance is outside the specifications, C067860 select a new brake flange., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INPUT SHAFT AX–237

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No. Thickness mm (in.) No. Thickness mm (in.) - 3.0 (0.118) 2 3.4 (0.134) 1 3.2 (0.126) 3 3.6 (0.142)

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AX–238 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SECOND BRAKE PISTON AX

TSUR34A0NES AMUISTSOIEMONATIC TRANCSAXLE OND BRAKE PISTON

COMPONENTS

2ND BRAKE CYLINDER 2ND BRAKE CYLINDER O-RING 2ND BRAKE PISTON 2ND BRAKE PISTON RETURN SNAP RING SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY Non-reusable part C121633E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SECOND BRAKE PISTON AX–239

X DISASSEMBLY

SST 1. REMOVE 2ND BRAKE PISTON RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST and a press, remove the snap ring from the 2nd brake piston. SST 09387-00060 (b) Remove the 2nd brake return spring from the 2nd brake cylinder. D003796E04 (c) Remove the 2nd brake piston return spring sub- assembly from the 2nd brake cylinder. C067862 2. REMOVE 2ND BRAKE PISTON (a) Hold the 2nd brake piston and apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2 , 57 psi) to the 2nd brake cylinder to remove the 2nd brake piston. C067863 A 3. REMOVE 2ND BRAKE CYLINDER O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the 2 O-rings from the 2nd brake cylinder. C067864

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT 2ND BRAKE PISTON RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using vernier calipers, measure the free length of the spring together with the spring seat. Standard free length: 14.65 mm (0.5768 in.) C067865, AX–240 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – SECOND BRAKE PISTON

AX REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL 2ND BRAKE CYLINDER O-RING (a) Coat 2 new 2nd brake cylinder O-rings with ATF, and install them into the 2nd brake cylinder. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. C067864 2. INSTALL 2ND BRAKE PISTON (a) Coat the 2nd brake piston with ATF, and install it into the 2nd brake cylinder. CAUTION: Do not damage the O-rings when pressing the 2nd brake piston into the 2nd brake cylinder by hand. C067866 3. INSTALL 2ND BRAKE PISTON RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the piston return spring. C067862 (b) Place SST on the piston return spring, and SST compress the piston return spring with a press. (c) Using a screwdriver, install the snap ring. NOTICE: Make sure that the end gap of the snap ring is not aligned with the piston return spring claw. D003796E04, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AX–241

X ITUR34A0NENS AMUISTSOIMONATICT TRANSAXLEE RMEDIATE SHAFT COMPONENTS

CLUTCH NO. 3 PLATE REVERSE CLUTCH DISC REVERSE CLUTCH FLANGE SNAP RING DIRECT CLUTCH DISC

A

REAR CLUTCH

FLANGE

DIRECT CLUTCH FLANGE SNAP RING C121634E01, AX–242 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

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DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM O-RING DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON SUB-ASSEMBLY DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON O-RING SNAP RING DIRECT CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY INTERMEDIATE SHAFT Non-reusable part C121635E02, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AX–243

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1. REMOVE REVERSE CLUTCH DISC (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the flange, 2 discs and 2 plates. C067867 2. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH DISC (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. (b) Remove the direct clutch flange, 3 plates and 3 rear clutch flanges. C067869 3. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Using SST and a press, remove the snap ring. SST SST 09387-00020

SST

(b) Remove the direct clutch return spring sub- assembly from the intermediate shaft. C067871E01 A 4. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the intermediate shaft onto the transaxle rear cover. (b) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole shown in the illustration and remove the direct clutch piston from the intermediate shaft. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it by C067873 hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. 5. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Install the intermediate shaft onto the transaxle rear cover. (b) Put a matchmark on the direct clutch drum in the same position as the cutout of the intermediate shaft assembly. D025110, AX–244 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

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(c) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the oil hole shown in the illustration and remove the direct clutch drum from the intermediate shaft. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the drum to jump out. When removing the drum, hold it by hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. 6. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the 2 piston O-rings from the direct clutch piston. C067875 7. REMOVE DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the direct clutch drum O-ring from the direct clutch drum. C067876

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT REVERSE CLUTCH DISC (a) Check whether the sliding surfaces of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored, or even if a part of the printed mark is defaced, replace all the discs. C067868 • Before assembling new discs, soak them in ATF for at least 15 minutes. 2. INSPECT DIRECT CLUTCH DISC (a) Check whether the sliding surface of the disc, plate and flange are worn or burnt. If necessary, replace them. NOTICE: • If the lining of the disc is peeling off or discolored, or even if a part of the printed mark is defaced, replace all the discs. • Before assembling new discs, soak them in C067870 ATF for at least 15 minutes., U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AX–245

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3. INSPECT DIRECT CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Using vernier calipers, measure the free length of the spring together with the spring seat. Standard free length: 32.9 mm (1.2953 in.) C067872 4. INSPECT DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Shake the direct clutch pin and confirm that the check ball is not stuck. (b) Apply low pressure compressed air to the check ball and check that no air leakage is identified. C068212 5. INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Shake the direct clutch pin and confirm that the check ball is not stuck. (b) Apply low pressure compressed air to the check ball and check that no air leakage is identified. C068213 A

REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM O-RING (a) Coat a new O-ring with ATF and install it into the direct clutch drum. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. C067876 2. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON O-RING (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF and install them into the direct clutch piston. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. 3. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Coat the direct clutch drum with ATF. C067875, AX–246 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

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(b) Align the cutout in the intermediate shaft assembly with the matchmark on the direct clutch drum and install the direct clutch drum onto the intermediate shaft assembly. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-ring or the lip of the clutch drum. D025111 4. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH PISTON SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Coat the direct clutch piston with ATF and install it into the intermediate shaft. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-ring or the direct clutch piston. C068200 5. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-

ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the direct clutch return spring onto the direct clutch piston.

SST

(b) Place SST on the piston return spring and compress the springs with a press. SST 09387-00020 (c) Using snap ring pliers, install the snap ring into the direct clutch drum. C067871E03 NOTICE: • Stop pressing the press when the spring seat is lowered to 1 to 2 mm (0.039 to 0.078 in.) from the snap ring groove to prevent the spring seat from deforming. • Do not expand the snap ring excessively. 6. INSTALL DIRECT CLUTCH DISC (a) Coat the 3 rear clutch flanges, 3 discs and direct Flange clutch flange with ATF and install them onto the Disc intermediate shaft. Flange (b) Install the snap ring into the intermediate shaft. D025112E04, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AX–247

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7. INSTALL REVERSE CLUTCH DISC Flange (a) Coat the 2 plates, 2 discs and flange with ATF, and install them onto the intermediate shaft. Disc (b) Install the snap ring into the intermediate shaft. Plate D025113E02 8. INSPECT PACK CLEARANCE OF REVERSE CLUTCH (a) Install the intermediate shaft and thrust needle roller bearing onto the transaxle rear cover. (b) Using a dial indicator, measure the reverse clutch pack clearance while applying and releasing compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi). Pack clearance: 0.86 to 1.26 mm (0.0339 to 0.0496 in.) NOTICE: D025114 If the clearance is outside the specifications, select a new brake flange. HINT: There are 4 different flange thicknesses. Flange thickness No. Thickness mm (in.) No. Thickness mm (in.) - 3.0 (0.118) 2 3.4 (0.134) 1 3.2 (0.126) 3 3.6 (0.142) 9. INSPECT PACK CLEARANCE OF DIRECT CLUTCH (a) Install the intermediate shaft and thrust needle roller bearing onto the transaxle rear cover. A (b) Using a dial indicator and measuring terminal (SST), measure the forward clutch pack clearance while applying and releasing compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi). SST 09350-36010 (09350-06110) HINT: D025115 The direct and reverse clutch will come out as the compressed air is applied. Therefore, while performing the check, press on the input shaft of the direct and reverse clutch using a stamping machine or the equivalent so that the pressure is not applied to the direct and reverse clutch. Pack clearance: 0.62 to 1.02 mm (0.0244 to 0.0402 in.) NOTICE: If the clearance is outside the specifications, select a new brake flange. HINT: There are 4 different flange thicknesses.,

AX–248 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AX Flange thickness

No. Thickness mm (in.) No. Thickness mm (in.) - 3.0 (0.118) 2 3.4 (0.134) 1 3.2 (0.126) 3 3.6 (0.142), U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSAXLE REAR COVER AX–249

X TTUR34A0NES AMUISTSORIMONATIC TRANASAXLE NSAXLE REAR COVER COMPONENTS

2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE PISTON 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE O-RING OVERDRIVE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY SNAP RING

A

REAR TRANSAXLE COVER REAR NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING TRANSAXLE

COVER

CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING O-RING N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque 7.4 (75, 65 in.*lbf) Non-reusable part REAR TRANSAXLE COVER PLUG C121636E02, AX–250 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSAXLE REAR COVER

AX DISASSEMBLY

1. REMOVE REAR TRANSAXLE COVER PLUG (a) Remove the 4 rear transaxle cover plugs from the rear transaxle cover. (b) Using a screwdriver, remove the 4 O-rings from the 4 rear transaxle cover plugs. C067881 2. REMOVE OVERDRIVE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST, a press and a screwdriver, remove the snap ring. SST 09387-00070 NOTICE: Stop the press when the overdrive brake piston is lowered to 1 to 2 mm (0.039 to 0.078 in.) from the snap ring groove, to prevent the overdrive D008358 brake piston from being deformed. (b) Remove the overdrive brake return spring from the transaxle rear cover. 3. REMOVE 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

PISTON

(a) Apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf/cm2, 57 psi) to the transaxle rear cover to remove the overdrive brake piston. NOTICE: • Blowing the air may cause the piston to jump out. When removing the piston, hold it by hand using a shop rag or piece of cloth. C067883 • Do not splash ATF with the compressed air. 4. REMOVE 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the 2 O-rings from the 2nd coast and overdrive brake piston. C067884, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSAXLE REAR COVER AX–251

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5. REMOVE CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING (a) Remove the 3 oil seals from the transaxle rear cover. C067885 6. REMOVE REAR TRANSAXLE COVER NEEDLE Hold Turn ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the bearing from the rear transaxle cover. SST SST 09387-00041 (09387-01021) C082194E01

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT OVERDRIVE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using vernier calipers, measure the free length of the spring together with the spring seat. Standard free length: 17.88 mm (0.7039 in.) C059838 A

REASSEMBLY

SST 1. INSTALL REAR TRANSAXLE COVER NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING (a) Coat a new needle roller bearing with ATF. (b) Using SST and a press, install the needle roller bearing into the rear transaxle cover. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00190, 09952-06010), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) Standard clearance: C067888E01 25.2 mm (0.992 in.) 2. INSTALL CLUTCH DRUM OIL SEAL RING A (a) Compress the oil seal ring from both sides to reduce dimension A. Dimension A: 5.0 mm (0.197 in.) (b) Coat the oil seal ring with ATF and install it onto the rear transaxle cover. D025116E01, AX–252 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – TRANSAXLE REAR COVER

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3. INSTALL 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE O-RING (a) Coat 2 new O-rings with ATF and install them into the 2nd coast and overdrive brake piston. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. C067884 4. INSTALL 2ND COAST AND OVERDRIVE BRAKE

PISTON

(a) Coat the piston with ATF and install it into the transaxle rear cover. NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. C067889 5. INSTALL OVERDRIVE BRAKE RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST and a press, install the overdrive brake return spring and snap ring onto the transaxle rear cover. SST 09387-00070 NOTICE: • Stop pressing the press when the spring sheet is lowered to 1 to 2 mm (0.039 to 0.078 D008358 in.) from the snap ring groove, to prevent the spring sheet from deforming. • Do not expand the snap ring excessively. 6. INSTALL REAR TRANSAXLE COVER PLUG (a) Coat 4 new O-rings with ATF, and install them into the 4 rear transaxle cover plugs. (b) Install the 4 rear transaxle cover plugs into the rear transaxle cover. Torque: 7.4 N*m (75 kgf*cm, 65 in.*lbf) NOTICE: Do not damage the O-rings. C067881, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY AX–253

X VUTR34A0NES AMUISTSAOIMONATIC TRANLSAXLE VE BODY COMPONENTS

SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT LOCK PLATE 11 (110, 8) NO. 3 SOLENOID LOCK PLATE 11 (110, 8) 11 (110, 8) A SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 MANUAL VALVE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU LOCK PLATE 11 (110, 8) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) :Specified torque C121644E02, AX–254 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY

AX DISASSEMBLY

1. REMOVE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 (a) Remove the bolt and pull out shift solenoid valve S1. C067907 2. REMOVE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 (a) Remove the bolt and pull out shift solenoid valve S2. C067908 3. REMOVE SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU Lock Plate (a) Remove the bolt and the solenoid lock plate. (b) Pull out the shift solenoid valve SLU. C121643E01 4. REMOVE NO. 3 SOLENOID LOCK PLATE Solenoid Valve ST (a) Remove the 2 bolts and No. 3 solenoid lock plate Solenoid from the valve body. Valve SLT (b) Pull out the shift solenoid valve ST from the valve body. (c) Remove the solenoid lock plate from the shift solenoid valve SLT. Lock Plate No. 3 Lock Plate (d) Pull out the shift solenoid valve SLT from the valve body. C125246E01 5. REMOVE MANUAL VALVE (a) Remove the manual valve from the valve body assembly. C067910, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY AX–255

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Shift Solenoid Valve S1: INSPECTION 1. INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 (a) Measure the resistance.

Ω Standard resistance

Tester Connection Specified Condition Solenoid Connector (S1) - Solenoid Body (S1) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (b) Connect the positive (+) battery lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector, and the negative (-) battery lead to the solenoid body, and check the operation of the valve. (-) (+) NOTICE:

B While using the battery during the inspection,

do not bring the positive and negative tester probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur. OK: The solenoid makes an operating sound. C130146E01 2. INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 Shift Solenoid Valve S2: (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance

Ω Tester Connection Specified ConditionSolenoid Connector (S2) - Solenoid

Body (S2) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (b) Connect the positive (+) battery lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector, and the negative (-) battery lead to the solenoid body, and check the A operation of the valve. NOTICE: (-) (+) While using the battery during the inspection,

B do not bring the positive and negative tester

probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur. OK: The solenoid makes an operating sound. C130147E01, AX–256 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY

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3. INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE ST Shift Solenoid Valve ST: (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance Tester Connection Specified Condition Solenoid Connector (ST) - Solenoid Body (ST) 11 to 15 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (b) Connect the positive (+) battery lead to the terminal of the solenoid connector, and the negative (-) battery lead to the solenoid body, and check the operation of the valve. NOTICE: While using the battery during the inspection, do not bring the positive and negative tester probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur. OK: The solenoid makes an operating sound. D009034E02 4. INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLT Shift Solenoid Valve SLT: (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (b) Connect the positive (+) battery lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, and check the operation of the valve. NOTICE: While using the battery during the inspection, do not bring the positive and negative tester12probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur. OK: 21W The solenoid makes an operating sound. (-) (+) G020767E42, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY AX–257

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5. INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU Shift Solenoid Valve SLU: (a) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance12Tester Connection Specified Condition 1 - 2 5.0 to 5.6 Ω at 20°C (68°F) (b) Connect the positive (+) battery lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, and check the operation of the valve. NOTICE: While using the battery during the inspection, 1 2 do not bring the positive and negative tester probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur. OK: 21W The solenoid makes an operating sound. (-) (+) D025466E19

REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL MANUAL VALVE (a) Coat the manual valve with ATF, and install it onto the valve body. C067910 A 2. INSTALL NO. 3 SOLENOID LOCK PLATE Solenoid Valve ST (a) Install the shift solenoid valve SLT onto the valve Solenoid body. Valve SLT (b) Install the solenoid lock plate onto the shift solenoid valve SLT. (c) Install the shift solenoid valve ST onto the valve body. Lock Plate No. 3 Lock Plate (d) Install the No. 3 solenoid lock plate onto the valve body with the 2 bolts. C125246E01 Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) 3. INSTALL SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SLU Lock Plate (a) Install the shift solenoid valve SLU onto the valve body. (b) Install the solenoid lock plate with the bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C121643E01, AX–258 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – VALVE BODY

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4. INSTALL SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S2 (a) Install shift solenoid valve S2 with the bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C067908 5. INSTALL SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE S1 (a) Install shift solenoid valve S1 with the bolt. Torque: 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) C067907, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE AX–259

X DUTR34A0NES AMUISTSOIMOINATICF TRANSAXLFE ERENTIAL CASE COMPONENTS

FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION FRONT NO. 1 DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT STRAIGHT PIN FRONT DIFFERENTIAL SIDE GEAR FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION FRONT DIFFERENTIAL SIDE GEAR THRUST WASHER THRUST WASHER FRONT DIFFERENTIAL REAR CASE SHIM FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING

A

FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE FRONT TAPERED ROLLER BEARING FRONT DIFFERENTIAL RING GEAR x4 DIFFERENTIAL CASE RING GEAR LOCK PLATE x8

SPEEDOMETER

DRIVE GEAR 88 (900, 65) N*m (kgf*cm, ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part C121639E02, AX–260 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE

AX DISASSEMBLY

1. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE FRONT TAPERED ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the front differential case front SST tapered roller bearing from the differential case. SST 09950-40011 (09951-04010, 09952-04010, 09953-04030, 09954-04010, 09955-04061, 09957-04010, 09958-04011), 09950-60010 (09951-00390) C068434E03 (b) Using SST, remove the front differential case RH tapered roller bearing outer race from the transaxle housing. SST SST 09387-00041 (09387-02020, 09387-02010) C067940E03 2. REMOVE SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR (a) Remove the speedometer drive gear from the differential case. D025171 3. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the front differential case tapered roller bearing from the differential case. SST SST 09950-40011 (09951-04010, 09952-04010, 09953-04020, 09954-04010, 09955-04061, 09957-04010, 09958-04011), 09950-60010 (09951-00430) C067944E03 (b) Using SST, remove the front differential case tapered roller bearing outer race from the transaxle case. SST 09612-65014 (09612-01010)

SST

C067943E03, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE AX–261

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4. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL RING GEAR (a) Place matchmarks on the front differential ring gear and differential case. D025172 (b) Using SST and a hammer, release the lock plate. SST 09930-00010 D025173 (c) Remove the 8 bolts and the lock plate. C081314 A (d) Using a plastic hammer, remove the front differential ring gear from the differential case. C081315 5. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT STRAIGHT PIN (a) Using a punch and a hammer, release the differential case. C081316, AX–262 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE

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(b) Using a pin punch and a hammer, remove the straight pin. C081317 6. REMOVE FRONT NO. 1 DIFFERENTIAL PINION

SHAFT

(a) Remove the pinion shaft from the front differential case. C081318 7. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL SIDE GEAR (a) Remove the 2 pinions, 2 thrust washers, 2 side gears and 2 thrust washers No. 1 from the front differential case. C081319

REASSEMBLY

1. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL SIDE GEAR (a) After applying ATF to the 2 front differential side gears, 2 side gear thrust washers No. 1, 2 front differential pinions and 2 pinion thrust washers, install them onto the front differential case. HINT: When installing them, set the alignment of the front differential pinions perpendicular to that of the side C081320 gear and rotate them so that their holes are aligned with the holes in the differential case. 2. INSTALL FRONT NO. 1 DIFFERENTIAL PINION

SHAFT

(a) Install the pinion shaft so as to align the lock pin holes in the pinion shaft and differential case. C081321, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE AX–263

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3. INSPECT BACKLASH (a) Measure the side gear backlash while holding 1 pinion gear toward the case. Standard backlash: 0.05 to 0.20 mm (0.0020 to 0.0079 in.) If the backlash is outside the specifications, install the correct thrust washer to the side gear. (b) Referring to the table below, select thrust washers which will ensure that the backlash is within the C081322 specifications for both sides. Thrust washer thickness Thickness mm (in.) Thickness mm (in.) 0.95 (0.0374) 1.10 (0.0433) 1.00 (0.0394) 1.15 (0.0453) 1.05 (0.0413) 1.20 (0.0472) If the backlash is not within the specifications, install a thrust washer of a different thickness. 4. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT STRAIGHT PIN (a) Using a pin punch and a hammer, install the pinion shaft straight pin. C081323 (b) Using a chisel and a hammer, stake the differential case. A C081324 5. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL RING GEAR (a) Using ATF and a heater, heat the front differential ring gear to 90 to 110°C (194 to 230°F). (b) Clean the contact surface of the front differential case. D025177, AX–264 U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE

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(c) Install 4 new ring gear lock plates with the 8 bolts. Torque: 88 N*m (900 kgf*cm, 65 ft.*lbf) C081325 (d) Using SST, stake the ring gear lock plate. SST SST 09930-00010 C081326E01 6. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING SST (a) Using SST and a press, install the front differential case LH tapered roller bearing inner race onto the differential case. SST 09726-40010, 09950-60020 (09951-00790) C068169E03 (b) Using SST and a press, install the shim and bearing outer race onto the transaxle case.

SST

SST 09950-60020 (09951-00720), 09950-60010 (09951-00650), 09950-70010 (09951- 07100, 09951-07200) SST C068191E03 7. INSTALL SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR (a) Install the speedometer drive gear onto the differential case. D025171, U340E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE – DIFFERENTIAL CASE AX–265

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8. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE FRONT TAPERED ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST and a press, install the bearing inner race onto the differential case. SST 09950-60010 (09951-00460), 09950-70010 (09951-07100) D025051E02 (b) Using SST and a press, install the tapered roller bearing onto the transaxle housing. SST 09950-70010 (09951-07150), 09950-60020 SST (09951-00680) C068208E04

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DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1PS226 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D114 1PS226 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION PINNING • Small plastic SMD package The 1PS226 consists of two PIN DESCRIPTION
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1PS193 High-speed diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D114 1PS193 High-speed diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION PINNING • Small plastic SMD package The 1PS193 is a high-speed PIN DESCRIPTION • High
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1PS184 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D114 1PS184 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION PINNING • Small plastic SMD package The 1PS184 consists of two PIN DESCRIPTION
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1PS181 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D114 1PS181 High-speed double diode Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of December 1993 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION PINNING • Small plastic SMD package The 1PS181 consists of two PIN DESCRIPTION
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1N914; 1N916 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 10 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET M3D176 1N914; 1N916 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 10 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Hermetically sealed leaded glass The 1N914; 1N916 are high-speed switching diodes fabricated in pla
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D119 1N5817; 1N5818; 1N5819 Schottky barrier diodes Product specification 1996 May 03 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Low switching losses The 1N5817 to 1N5819 types are Schottky bar
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1N5225B to 1N5267B Voltage regulator diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 26 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET M3D176 1N5225B to 1N5267B Voltage regulator diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 26 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Total power dissipation: Low-power voltage regulator diodes in hermetically sealed lea
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1N5059 to 1N5062 Controlled avalanche rectifiers Product specification 1996 Jun 20 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, 2 columns M3D116 1N5059 to 1N5062 Controlled avalanche rectifiers Product specification 1996 Jun 20 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION This package is hermetically sealed and fatigue free as coeffic
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1N4728A to 1N4749A Voltage regulator diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 26 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D130 1N4728A to 1N4749A Voltage regulator diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 26 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Total power dissipation: Low voltage regulator diodes in hermetical
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET 1N4531; 1N4532 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D050 1N4531; 1N4532 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 03 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Hermetically sealed leaded glass The 1N4531, 1N4532 are high-speed switching d
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET M3D176 1N4150; 1N4151; 1N4153 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 19 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Hermetically sealed leaded glass The 1N4150, 1N4151, 1N4153 are high-speed switching diod
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET M3D176 1N4148; 1N4446; 1N4448 High-speed diodes Product specification 1996 Apr 15 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION • Hermetically sealed leaded glass The 1N4148, 1N4446, 1N4448 are high-speed switching diod
DATA SHEET
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, 2 columns M3D116 1N4001G to 1N4007G Rectifiers Product specification 1996 May 24 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION This package is hermetically sealed and fatigue free as coefficients of • Glass pa
DATA SHEET
DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS DATA SHEET handbook, halfpage M3D119 1N4001ID to 1N4007ID Rectifiers Product specification 1996 Jun 10 Supersedes data of April 1992 File under Discrete Semiconductors, SC01 FEATURES DESCRIPTION This package is hermetically sealed and fatigue free as coefficients of • Glass p
Small-signal Transistors Selection guide
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Small-signal Transistors Selection guide
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Small-signal Transistors Selection guide
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Small-signal Transistors Selection guide
Philips Semiconductors Small-signal Transistors Selection guide LEADED DEVICES (continued) NPN MEDIUM-POWER DARLINGTON TRANSISTORS V TYPE CES IC Ptot fT th h offFE FE PNPPACKAGE max. max. max. min. max. PAGE NUMBER min. max. COMPL. (V) (mA) (mW) (MHz) (ns) BC875 TO-92 45 1000 830 1000 >1000 200 typ.