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Pressure Control Solenoid Valves (Pressure Control Solenoid And Tcc Solenoid) Removal And Installation - Suzuki SX4 Service Manual

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Timing solenoid valve
CAUTION
!
• Do not insert air gun against strainer
installed on inlet of solenoid valve too
deeply, when blowing air into solenoid
valve. If not, the strainer will be damaged.
• Be very careful as dust etc. does not enter
when solenoid valves are inspected.
• Check that solenoid valve (1) actuate with click sound
when battery voltage is conducted.
• When timing solenoid valve (1) is connected to battery
(2), confirm that timing solenoid valve is open
condition by blowing air (50 – 200 kPa, 0.5 – 2.0 kg/
cm
2
, 7 – 28.5 psi) into solenoid valve as shown in
figure.
• When timing solenoid valve (1) is not connected to
battery (2), confirm that timing solenoid valve is close
condition by blowing air (50 – 200 kPa, 0.5 – 2.0 kg/
cm
2
, 7 – 28.5 psi) into solenoid valve as shown in
figure.
NOTE
Do not fail to inspect with air to prevent
mistaken checking because return spring for
valve is not installed into solenoid valve.
Pressure Control Solenoid Valves (Pressure
Control Solenoid and TCC Solenoid) Removal
and Installation
Removal
1) Disconnect negative cable at battery.
2) Lift up vehicle.
3) Remove left side engine under cover.
4) Remove drain plug and drain A/T fluid.
5) Install drain plug.
Tightening torque
A/T fluid drain plug: 17 N·m (1.7 kgf-m, 12.5 lb-ft)
6) Remove A/T oil pan (1) and oil pan gasket (2).
7) Remove oil strainer assembly (3).
8) Remove transmission fluid temperature sensor (1)
from sensor clamp.
9) Disconnect solenoid connectors (2).
I2RH0B510063-01
Automatic Transmission/Transaxle:
1
5A-97
S7RW0A5106024
I2RH0B510054-01
2
I5RW0C510038-02

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