Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles by Jack ErjavecTODAY'S TECHNICIAN: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AND TRANSAXLES, 5E is the ideal Classroom Manual and Shop Manual set to help readers keep pace with industry trends and the needs of automotive education programs across the country. This Book's technician-oriented focus will help readers master all of the design, construction, troubleshooting techniques, and service procedures required for them to enter the workplace. The Classroom Manual begins with an introduction to drive train basics and the Shop Manual begins with an introduction to safety. This is followed by a review of directly relevant electricity/electronics principles, plus more opportunities for readers to gain practice in using scanners and oscilloscopes to develop critical thinking skills, diagnose problems, and make effective repairs. TODAY'S TECHNICIAN: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AND TRANSAXLES, 5E also includes an introduction to continuously variable transmissions (CVT), up-to-the-minute coverage of drivelines for front-wheel drive (FWD) and four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles, as well as the latest information on today's high-tech electronic controls and automatic shifting devices.
Publication Date: 2010
Automatic Transmissions by Cengage Learning DelmarDelmar Learning, the leader in providing first-rate educational materials for automotive technicians, now offers the Automatic Transmissions Computer Based Training (CBT), which is part of the exciting, self-paced Professional Automotive Technician Training Series. This course offers more than 8.5 hours worth of quality instruction. Combining theory, diagnosis, and repair information into one easy-to-use training tool, this highly interactive product helps technicians receive the most applicable delivery method for their needs, regardless of technical infrastructure.
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Publication Date: 2007
Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles by Chuck Rockwood; Tom Birch; Thomas W. BirchIdeal for both novice and advanced technicians, this text is correlated to NATEF and ASE and covers the operating principles as well as the service and repair procedures for modern automatic transmissions and transaxles. It is the most complete and up-to-date text on the subject, with hundreds of illustrations and thorough coverage of modern automatic transmissions. The readable format begins with operating theory and progresses from service and maintenance operations to problem diagnosis and repair procedures. New content in this updated edition include new transmission systems coverage, new chapter summaries, as well as expanded coverage of Hybrid Vehicle transmissions. Market: Automechanics who need a new reference on automatic transmissions as well as anyone studying to become an automechanic.
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Automotive Transmissions by Aaron Kuchle (Translator); Harald Naunheimer; Bernd Bertsche; Joachim Ryborz; Wolfgang Novak; Peter Fietkau (Contribution by)This book gives a full account of the development process for automotive transmissions. Main topics: - Overview of the traffic - vehicle - transmission system - Mediating the power flow in vehicles - Selecting the ratios - Vehicle transmission systems - basic design principles - Typical designs of vehicle transmissions - Layout and design of important components, e.g. gearshifting mechanisms, moving-off elements, pumps, retarders - Transmission control units - Product development process, Manufacturing technology of vehicle transmissions, Reliability and testing The book covers manual, automated manual and automatic transmissions as well as continuously variable transmissions and hybrid drives for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Furthermore, final drives, power take-offs and transfer gearboxes for 4-WD-vehicles are considered. Since the release of the first edition in 1999 there have been a lot of changes in the field of vehicles and transmissions. About 40% of the second edition's content is new or revised with new data.