09G, TF-60SN Valve Body Identification
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Accurate valve body identification is crucial as the styles DO NOT interchange. Installing the wrong valve body will result in a lack of lubrication to the gear train, causing catastrophic failure.
To correctly identify this valve body, you must determine:
- If you have large or small can linear solenoids
- The location of the cooler (on the case or remote)
- If you require pressure switches
Part Number Chart
|Part Number ||Can Size ||Cooler Location ||Pressure Switches |
|AW6VWF1||Large ||Case ||Yes |
|AW6VWF2||Large||Remote ||Yes |
|AW6VWF7||Small ||Case||No |
|AW6VWF8||Small ||Remote||No |
Can Size Identification
|Large Solenoid Cans |
|Small Solenoid Cans |
You can determine the cooler location by checking which hole is open in the separator plate.
- If hole "A" is open and hole "B" is closed, the cooler is mounted on the case.
- If hole "B" is open and hole "A" is closed, the transaxle has cooler lines & a remote cooler.
In the example shown, it would be a remote cooler.
Models produced through June of 2004 WILL have pressure switches. Models produced beginning in July of 2004 WILL NOT have pressure switches. See RED ARROWS for location of switches.
PLEASE NOTE: The switches have nothing to do with the cooler location.
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