Hyundai Santa Fe: Description and Operation - Automatic Transaxle Control System - Automatic Transaxle SystemHyundai Santa Fe: Description and Operation

Description

Automatic transaxle system relies on various measurement data to determine the current control status and extrapolate the necessary compensation values. These values are used to control the actuators and achieve the desired control output. If a problem with the drivetrain, including the transaxle, has been identified, perform self-diagnosis and basic transaxle inspection (oil and fluid inspection) and then check the control system's components using the diagnosis tool.

Control System Composition


Repair procedures
Adjustment Transaxle Control Module(TCM) Learning When shift shock is occurred or parts related with the transaxle are replaced, TCM learning should be performed. In the following case, TCM learning is ...

Components and Components Location
Component Location 1. Automatic transaxle 2. Inhibitor switch 3. Transaxle Control Module (TCM) 4. Valve body cover 5. Solenoid valve connect 6. Oil temperature sensor 7. Valve body assembly 8. Line Pressure ...

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