September 30, 2005
Anatomy of a Transmission: Oil Flow in the Pump-PR-Converter-Cooler Lube Circuits
Verify OE valve & sleeve measurements before use.
There are some small diameter and length differences that can cause fit and pressure issues if mismatched into the wrong application. It is recommended to measure the locations shown here to verify that the correct OE or replacement part is fit into the appropriate application during rebuild.
|ZF6 Gen. 1, 6R60, 6R75, 6R80 ('09–'14)||.645"||.629" Dia.||.495" Dia.||.568"||.378"||.629" Dia.||.550" Dia.|
|ZF6 Gen. 1 w/ 053 Separator Plate||.725"||.657" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.649"||.378"||.657" Dia.||.586" Dia.|
|ZF6 Gen. 2||.804"||.629" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.725"||.418"||.629" Dia.||.562" Dia.|
|6R80 ('15-Later), 6R100||.645"||.629" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.568"||.378"||.629" Dia.||.550" Dia.|
Vehicles equipped with ZF6HP19-26-32 (Gen. 1) transmissions often develop erratic or high line pressure due to excessive wear in the OE pressure regulator sleeve. This wear allows balance oil loss, preventing proper line pressure regulation. Without correct balance oil pressure, the pressure regulator valve will be out of its desired position, resulting in line pressure instability and possibly restricting cooler and lube flow. Installing Sonnax pressure regulator sleeve 95740-79 renews pressure regulator action for revived line pressure control in all ranges.
Kit is NOT compatible with ZF6HP21/28/34 (Gen.2) units. To differentiate between Gen. 1 and Gen. 2 valve bodies, see ZF Identification Guide.
Sonnax valve body layouts provide a detailed overview of individual units making it quick and easy to determine what’s available for the specific valve body you’re working on. See all Sonnax valve body layouts.
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