Hyundai Santa Fe: Valve Body. Components and Components Location - Hydraulic System - Automatic Transaxle SystemHyundai Santa Fe: Valve Body. Components and Components Location

Component Location

1. Automatic transaxle
2. Valve body assembly


1. Pressure Control Valve(PCV) adjust screw
2. Solenoid valve bracket
3. Oil temperature sensor
4. Line Pressure Control Solenoid Valve
5. SS-A Solenoid Valve(ON/OFF)
6. SS-B Solenoid Valve(ON/OFF)
7. Overdrive Clutch Control Solenoid Valve(OD/C)
8. Underdrive Brake Control Solenoid Valve(UD/B)
9. 26 Brake Control Solenoid Valve(26/B)
10. 35R Clutch Control Solenoid Valve(35R/C)
11. Torque Converter Control Solenoid Valve (T/CON)
12. Low & reverse brake(LR/B)pressure flow hole
13. Under drive brake(UD/B)pressure flow hole
14. Accumulator

Valve Body Flow

1. To cooler
2. From cooler
3. Lubrication(rear)
4. OD Clutch pressure
5. Reducing pressure (red2)
6. Reducing pressure (red1)
7. Damper release pressure
8. Damper apply pressure
9. Lubrication(front)
10. 35R Clutch pressure
11. 26 Brake pressure
12. From oil pump
13. To oil pump
14. Underdrive(UD) Brake pressure
15. Low & reverse pressure


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