700R4 & non-PWM 4L60E, hardened steel converter clutch apply valve

$ 22.00

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700R4 & non-PWM 4L60E, hardened steel converter clutch apply valve.

This hardened steel converter clutch apply valves will eliminate bore cross leakage with a Teflon seal. Vehicles with a 700-R4 or 4L60-E transmission have numerous converter overheat and lock-up complaints related to valve bore wear. These include no lock-up or lock-up immediately after 2nd gear when fluid warms up. Frequently the solenoid will have no control over the valves position. These complaints are usually created by excessive pump bore to valve clearance. Often converter feed oil will leak past the OEM spool, which added together with orificed signal oil, will be more than the solenoid can exhaust. This may completely stroke the valve into the lock-up position and create a no power or no brake cancel condition. Oil cross leaks may float the valve into a midway position and restrict cooler flow, which burns up the converter. These hardened steel converter clutch apply valves will eliminate bore cross leakage with a Teflon seal. Vehicles with a 700-R4 or 4L60-E transmission have numerous converter overheat and lock-up complaints related to valve bore wear. These include no lock-up or lock-up immediately after 2nd gear when fluid warms up. Frequently the solenoid will have no control over the valves position. These complaints are usually created by excessive pump bore to valve clearance. Often converter feed oil will leak past the OEM spool, which added together with orificed signal oil, will be more than the solenoid can exhaust. This may completely stroke the valve into the lock-up position and create a no power or no brake cancel condition. Oil cross leaks may float the valve into a midway position and restrict cooler flow, which burns up the converter. These hardened steel converter clutch apply valves will eliminate bore cross leakage with a Teflon seal. Vehicles with a 700-R4 or 4L60-E transmission have numerous converter overheat and lock-up complaints related to valve bore wear. These include no lock-up or lock-up immediately after 2nd gear when fluid warms up. Frequently the solenoid will have no control over the valves position. These complaints are usually created by excessive pump bore to valve clearance. Often converter feed oil will leak past the OEM spool, which added together with orificed signal oil, will be more than the solenoid can exhaust. This may completely stroke the valve into the lock-up position and create a no power or no brake cancel condition. Oil cross leaks may float the valve into a midway position and restrict cooler flow, which burns up the converter.

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