ATF Temperature Sensor

The ATF temperature sensor is installed in the valve body for direct detection of the fluid temperature.

The ATF temperature sensor is used for the revision of clutch and brake pressures to maintain a smooth shift quality every time.

The U250E automatic transaxle uses an input turbine speed sensor (for the NT signal) and a counter gear speed sensor (for the NC signal). Thus, the ECM can detect the timing of the shifting of the gears and appropriately control the engine torque and hydraulic pressure in response to the various conditions. These speed sensors are the pick-up coil type.

The input turbine speed sensor detects the input speed of the transaxle. The direct clutch (C2) drum is used as the timing rotor for this sensor.

The counter gear speed sensor detects the speed of the counter gear. The counter drive gear is used as the timing rotor for this sensor.

Lower Valve Body

ATF Temperature Sensor

Lower Valve Body

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