Valve Body Testing Unit
Valve Body test units serve to transmission shops as advanced tools for diagnosis of this complex automatic transmission part. The aim of any unit placed in this section is in finding the exact source of problems within a Valve Body by comparing its performance against the benchmark data. Used transmissions and rebuilt transmissions require guarantees of high quality of transmission rebuild and this involves Valve Body repairs. The systems implemented capture pressure and current values, allow drawing charts for easy visual perception and do many more than that to advance any transmission rebuilding business to a newer standard of quality
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The Go4Trans Team is
happy to present to you part 1 of the 2-part research over the testing methods
of TCMs / mechatronics units.
This part 2 is a conclusion to our 2-part insight into the Transmission Control Module / Mechatronics Units testing.
we talk about testing, we not only need to understand why we are testing it,
but more importantly, the
how do we test it. The “why” is fairly
straight forward, as we want to determine if it is still functioning properly
and that we can reuse it. The how to
test it might not be as clear, and there are multiple methods of how to test,
and sometimes opinions on how to test that are not always accurate.
The valve body is a hydraulic “controller” (also called as a “transmission brain”) consisting of valves, solenoids, sensors batteries and attached to them are passages and channels, which guide the flow of ATF to various valves with the purpose to activate required clutch and shift the gear properly according to the driving situation.