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Let's see if you mopar gear heads know what you claim you know!:booty:

Automatic Transmissions:

1.) What is the most common way to drive the hydraulic pump on an automatic transmission?

2.) What does a simple planetary gear consist of?

3.) In the neutral operation of an automatic transmission, what drives the input shaft?

4.) What type of gear has teeth at an angle to the gear's axis or rotation?

5.) What is meant by gear ratio?

6.) What type of gear ratio is direct drive?

7.) What is the function of the boost valve? (Hint: Hydraulic system).

3...2...1...go!:D

P.S. From my Air Force CDCs (study guide thingy). No worries, those are questions I already did, lol. More to come as I go along. I'll wait and bit and show the answers.:banana2:
 

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I have no clue on any of them but I haven't had an auto in about 8 years. That's my excuse :jester:
 

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Let's see if you mopar gear heads know what you claim you know!:booty:

Automatic Transmissions:

1.) What is the most common way to drive the hydraulic pump on an automatic transmission?

2.) What does a simple planetary gear consist of?

3.) In the neutral operation of an automatic transmission, what drives the input shaft?

4.) What type of gear has teeth at an angle to the gear's axis or rotation?

5.) What is meant by gear ratio?

6.) What type of gear ratio is direct drive?

7.) What is the function of the boost valve? (Hint: Hydraulic system).

3...2...1...go!:D

P.S. From my Air Force CDCs (study guide thingy). No worries, those are questions I already did, lol. More to come as I go along. I'll wait and bit and show the answers.:banana2:
I'll take a swing at it...

1 - No Idea...
2 - carrier, planetary gears, sun gear
3 - nothing? (guess)
4 - helical?
5 - input vs output rev/min
6 - 1:1
7 - No idea...
 

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Let's see if you mopar gear heads know what you claim you know!:booty:

Automatic Transmissions:

1.) What is the most common way to drive the hydraulic pump on an automatic transmission?

2.) What does a simple planetary gear consist of?

3.) In the neutral operation of an automatic transmission, what drives the input shaft?

4.) What type of gear has teeth at an angle to the gear's axis or rotation?

5.) What is meant by gear ratio?

6.) What type of gear ratio is direct drive?

7.) What is the function of the boost valve? (Hint: Hydraulic system).

3...2...1...go!:D

P.S. From my Air Force CDCs (study guide thingy). No worries, those are questions I already did, lol. More to come as I go along. I'll wait and bit and show the answers.:banana2:
1 - The input shaft drives the pump...it's splined.

2 - Sun and planetaries.

3 - The converter drives the input shaft.

4 - Helical cut gears.

5 - The differentiation of speed from input to output.

6 - 1:1

7 - Boost valve?
 

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1 - The input shaft drives the pump...it's splined.

2 - Sun and planetaries.

3 - The converter drives the input shaft.

4 - Helical cut gears.

5 - The differentiation of speed from input to output.

6 - 1:1

What he said^^
7. The boost valve regulates the line pressure which in turn provides the clamping force on the clutches and bands.....bigger boost valve =higher line pressure=fimer, later shifts......
 

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What he said^^
7. The boost valve regulates the line pressure which in turn provides the clamping force on the clutches and bands.....bigger boost valve =higher line pressure=fimer, later shifts......
Sounds like a regulator to me then. :huh: What's with the unintuitive naming?
 

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I'll get the answers for you guys Sunday. Don't have the booklet today and I've been at the base extra, 13 hrs yesterday for example so been busy.:jester:
 
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