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Symptoms:

  • High line pressure
  • Overheated converter
  • Code 62, 628, 1744
  • Engine stall on engagement in Reverse
  • Engine stumble on engagement in Reverse

Cause:

OE valve can restrict converter charge and cooler flow due to wear, and/or insufficient balance oil keeps the PR valve in the high line pressure position.

Correction:

The Sonnax oversized pressure regulator valve kit has a patented internal line-to-lube passage with anti-drainback check valve that allows full-time flow to the cooler circuit, yet prevents dainback.

4R100, E4OD

Oversized Line-to-Lube Pressure Regulator Valve Kit
Part No. 36424-16K

Fits Ford E40D and 4R100 with F1, F5, F8 and E9 stamped pump castings.


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Ford E4OD, 4R100 transmissions often have problems with converter overheat, codes 62, 628, 1744, high line pressure and low cooler flow. The OE valve can close off critical converter/cooler circuit under high-demand situations, causing the TCC to drag on and glaze the lining at idle, or restricting converter/cooler charge during high load, leading to converter slip codes, overheat and lube failures. Sonnax oversized line-to-lube pressure regulator valve kit 36424-16K corrects these problems with a patented internal line-to-lube passage with antidrainback check valve and a revised balance-end orifice.

  • Valve is hardcoat anodized to reduce wear
  • Internal check valve capsule allows full-time flow to the converter/cooler, but prevents drainback
  • An added orifice at the balance end ensures sufficient line pressure is present to balance against EPC and spring pressure
  • Carbide reamer in tool kit allows bore to be resized despite hardness of pump body material
  • Pressure Regulator Valve
  • Spring
  • Boost Valve Assembly
  • O-Rings (3) 1 Extra

September 30, 2005

Anatomy of a Transmission: Oil Flow in the Pump-PR-Converter-Cooler Lube Circuits

Gregg Nader

Topics: Diagnostics And Theory Transmission

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