Hyundai Santa Fe: Oil Pump. Description and Operation - Hydraulic System - Automatic Transaxle SystemHyundai Santa Fe: Oil Pump. Description and Operation

Description

The oil pump is built-in as a single unit with the 26Brake chamber. Rotation of the pump builds the hydraulic pressure needed for the lubrication of the various parts of the transaxle and operation of the clutch and brakes. The oil also circulates through the torque converter and the cooler.


Components and Components Location
Component Location 1. Radiator 2. Mounting insulator 3. Valve body cover 4. ATF hose&pipe 5. Automatic transaxle 6. Radiator(Automatic transaxle oil cooler) upper mounting bracket 7. Upper mounting ...

Oil Pump. Components and Components Location
Component Location 1. Automatic transaxle 2. Oil pump assembly Component 1. Reaction shaft support assembly 2. Oil pump housing 3. Driven gear 4. Drive gear 5. Oil seal 6. Bush-Housing 7. Reaction shaft ...

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