Subaru Forester AutomaticTransmission 1999 2000 (46) PDF

15. Control Valve Body
A: PRECAUTION
The control valve is composed of parts which are
accurately machined to a high degree and should
be handled carefully during disassembly and
assembly. As these parts are similar in shape, they
should be arranged in neat order on a table after
disassembly so that they can be easily installed to
their original positions. Spring loaded parts should
be also handled carefully, as springs may jump out
of place when the parts are disassembled or
removed. Extreme care should be taken so as not
to drop valves on the floor. Before assembling, the
parts and valves should be dipped in a container
filled with the ATF. Make sure that the valves are
clean and free from any foreign material before
assembly. Torque specifications should also be
observed.
B3M1129A
(1) 2-4 brake clutch accumulator
piston B
(2) 2-4 brake clutch accumulator
piston A
(3) Low clutch accumulator piston
(4) High clutch accumulator piston A
(5) High clutch accumulator piston B
(6) Pressure regulator sleeve
(7) Pressure regulator plug
(8) Pressure regulator valve
(9) Reverse inhibit valve
(10) Accumulator control valve B
(11) 2-4 brake timing plug
(12) 2-4 brake timing sleeve
(13) 2-4 brake timing valve A
(14) 2-4 brake timing valve B
(15) Torque convertor regulator valve
(16) Pressure modifier valve
(17) Accumulator control valve A
(18) Low clutch timing valve A
(19) Low clutch timing sleeve
(20) Low clutch timing plug
(21) Low clutch timing valve B
(22) Shift valve B
(23) Shift valve A
(24) Manual valve
(25) Throttle accumulator piston B
(26) 1st reducing valve
(27) Throttle accumulator piston A
(28) Lock-up control valve
(29) Lock-up control plug
(30) Lock-up control sleeve
(31) Modifier accumulator piston
(32) Pilot valve
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15. Control Valve Body

Subaru Forester AutomaticTransmission 1999 2000 (46) Summary of Content

15. Control Valve BodyA: PRECAUTIONThe control valve is composed of parts which areaccurately machined to a high degree and shouldbe handled carefully during disassembly andassembly. As these parts are similar in shape, theyshould be arranged in neat order on a table afterdisassembly so that they can be easily installed totheir original positions. Spring loaded parts shouldbe also handled carefully, as springs may jump outof place when the parts are disassembled orremoved. Extreme care should be taken so as notto drop valves on the floor. Before assembling, theparts and valves should be dipped in a containerfilled with the ATF. Make sure that the valves areclean and free from any foreign material beforeassembly. Torque specifications should also beobserved.B3M1129A(1) 2-4 brake clutch accumulatorpiston B(2) 2-4 brake clutch accumulatorpiston A(3) Low clutch accumulator piston(4) High clutch accumulator piston A(5) High clutch accumulator piston B(6) Pressure regulator sleeve(7) Pressure regulator plug(8) Pressure regulator valve(9) Reverse inhibit valve(10) Accumulator control valve B(11) 2-4 brake timing plug(12) 2-4 brake timing sleeve(13) 2-4 brake timing valve A(14) 2-4 brake timing valve B(15) Torque convertor regulator valve(16) Pressure modifier valve(17) Accumulator control valve A(18) Low clutch timing valve A(19) Low clutch timing sleeve(20) Low clutch timing plug(21) Low clutch timing valve B(22) Shift valve B(23) Shift valve A(24) Manual valve(25) Throttle accumulator piston B(26) 1st reducing valve(27) Throttle accumulator piston A(28) Lock-up control valve(29) Lock-up control plug(30) Lock-up control sleeve(31) Modifier accumulator piston(32) Pilot valve843-2 [W15A0] SERVICE PROCEDURE15. Control Valve Body