Why Transmissions Start Slipping
Most vehicles built after 1992 are equipped with an ECM-Central Computer for the engine and other remote electronic components, such as sensors and solenoids. For, example, the overdrive has an external R.P.M. speed sensor component located on the non-drive axle, which sends a shifting signal to a device at the transmission unit. When signaled, fluid is diverted to the internal hydraulic system to make the overdrive shift. Transmatic may not correct a defective sensor, but Transmatic will correct the internal portion if not damaged or broken. The control valve body solenoids have but one purpose only to direct the fluid to the valve body circuits. They contribute no power to the hydraulic system.
Hydraulics are 100% of the internal transmission functioning power, manifesting as much as 2,000 pounds of hydraulic pressure to activate the clutch piston and shift control valve body. Nothing in the completed system can generate that type of force. For Transmatic to be 100% effective, transmission and drive train must be generally functional. If any malfunction is caused by damaged or broken parts, either external or internal; defective electronic components, including modulators( vacuum or electrical), maladjustments to linkage, and throttle cables; or defective or damaged torque converters, Transmatic may not correct these conditions fully without mechanical involvements.
The vital chemicals of Transmatic are blended in a highly refined napthic oil base with chemical group packages, which provided anti-wear protection and inhibit oxidation, corrosion, rust, and carbon, etc. Transmatic also includes a super lube-plating lubrication package with increased pressure group packages.
Transmatic is shipped in special fluorinated containers for lighter weight shipping to retain strength in the container’s walls, with safety-vented cap for container closure. These safety conditions are required by U.S. CPSC, a federal regulating commission. No other automatic transmission product created in hydramatic transmission history has been required to follow these chemical safety guidelines.