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Transmission Parts

1. Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler

An automatic Transmission Oil Cooler is an important part of a transmission. It helps in cooling the transmission fluid by taking heat from inside the vehicle. It is a device that is used to cool down and control the temperature of the engine’s automatic transmission fluid.

The device has a radiator, a fan, and an oil-to-water heat exchanger. The main function of this part is to keep your car’s automatic transmission fluid at the right temperature by transferring excess heat away from it. This will help reduce wear and tear on your vehicle’s engine and will also help you save fuel costs too!

2. Automatic Transmission Pan

The automatic Transmission Pan is a part of the transmission that contains the gears. They are located in a housing that is called the transmission pan. Its main function is to keep all of the gears and shafts in place, as well as lubricate them.

The automatic transmission pan may also contain an oil pump, which circulates motor oil through passages in the pan to lubricate and cool the gears. The more modern transmissions have an additional oil cooler mounted on top of the transmission pan to cool down the engine oil before it enters the transmission.

3. Bell Housing

The Bell Housing of a transmission is the component that houses the gearbox, which is located in the engine compartment.The bell housing of the transmission is located in the engine compartment and houses the gear box. The gearbox contains gears that transfer power from an engine to drive axles via a driveshaft. It also has a clutch, which allows for manual or automatic engagement of gears.

4. Clutch Disc

Clutch discs are a vital part of the transmission system in a car. They are responsible for transmitting the power from the engine to the gearbox, and they also provide a level of mechanical resistance that helps to slow down the car when coming to a stop.

Clutch discs are usually made from metal and have an outer surface that is covered in friction material. The thickness of this material will vary depending on how much force is needed to engage or disengage the clutch. The clutch disc has two main jobs: it transmits power from the engine to the gearbox, and it provides mechanical resistance when slowing down or coming to a stop.

5. Clutch Master Cylinder

The clutch master cylinder is the central component of the hydraulic brake system, which is used to engage and disengage the clutch.
The clutch master cylinder is a hydraulic device that contains a piston with a return spring. The piston is connected to the pedal arm, which in turn opens and closes the brake fluid reservoir valve.

When you press on the brake pedal, it pushes on the piston and forces fluid out of a small hole at the top of the cylinder. This pressure causes fluid to flow from one side of a flexible hose to another, thus pressing on one side or another of an equalizing valve that returns some pressure back into each side.

6. Clutch Slave Cylinder

A clutch slave cylinder is a hydraulic device that is used in the transmission of a car. It helps the driver to engage the gear. It is also called a clutch pedal because it operates the clutch pedal. When you press on the pedal, it will push fluid through and make a connection between two parts of the transmission system. The fluid pushes on one side of this cylinder and forces fluid out of another side so that pressure builds up and moves a piston inside, which then pushes against one side of the clutch plate to release it from its current gear

7. Crossmember Transmission

Crossmember Transmission is a type of transmission that is used in a car. It is also called as the "cradle" or "box-type" transmission. A transmission is a system of gears that transmits power from the engine to the drive wheels. The transmission system can be manual, automatic, or semi-automatic. The cross member is a part of a car & frame that also serves as an attachment point for the transmission and other vehicle components.

8. Differential

The differential of a transmission is the part of the car that allows it to go around corners. It can also be called a differential gear or just diff. The differential helps the drive wheels to rotate at diverse speeds whenever prompted. This is important for cornering because
it makes the cars turning radius smaller and sharper than if it had a live axle, which doesnt allow one wheel to turn faster than the other.

9. Drivetrain Sensor

Drivetrain sensors are the components that measure the speed and position of the car's drivetrain. They work by measuring rotational speed and linear displacement. A transmission is a mechanical device that transmits power from an engine to a rotating
output shaft. A transmission system consists of three main parts: the gearbox, driveshaft, and differential. The gearbox is responsible for reducing power input from the engine to match a lower output speed. The driveshaft transfers this reduced power to the differential, which distributes it to each wheel in turn.

10. Flywheel/Flex Plate

The flywheel or Flex Plate of a transmission is a device that is used to convert the linear the motion of the engine crankshaft and flywheel into rotational motion. The flywheel stores kinetic energy from the spinning of the engine shaft. This energy can be used to maintain speed when the vehicle is not accelerating, such as when it's coasting down a hill.

11. Front Drive Shaft

The front drive shaft is the part of the transmission that transmits power from the engine to the front wheels. The front drive shaft is connected to the transmission through a universal joint. The other end connects to a differential, which then splits in two and
sends power out to each wheel.

12. Overdrive Unit

An overdrive unit is a gearbox that allows for an increased ratio of torque at the expense of rotational speed. In other words, it increases the torque output of an engine by reducing its rotational speed. The overdrive unit gives you a higher gear ratio, which means you can go faster with fewer engine revolutions. The downside is that if youre going up a hill or accelerating from a stop, it takes more time to get up to speed.

13. Pressure Plate

The pressure plate is a flat metal plate that is bolted to the flywheel. It has holes in it that are matched up with the clutch disc's friction surfaces. The pressure plate provides a mechanical connection between the engine and transmission. It increases the surface area of contact between the engine and transmission, which in turn increases torque capacity. This allows for faster acceleration and hill climbing capabilities.

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