A worn boost valve or boost valve sleeve.
Restore proper line pressure control with closely toleranced boost assemblies, made from wear-resistant materials.
Some typical problems in 4R44E, 4R55E, 5R44E and 5R55E units are soft shifts, delayed reverse, poor modulator control and/or low line pressure in reverse. A worn boost valve is often the cause, allowing reverse and/or TV pressure to cross leak or exhaust. Sonnax offers two replacement boost valve kits for these units: the OE ratio kit 37947-01K and the increased ratio kit 37947-03K. The 37947-01K has OE spool ratios, to return line rise to stock condition. The 37947-03K assembly has increased ratios for slightly higher line pressures.
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May 21, 2013
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