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Unformatted text preview: Job Sheet 27 Name _______________________________________ Date ________________________ Servicing Internal Transaxle Drives Upon completion of this job sheet, you should be able to inspect the transaxle drive, link chains, sprockets, gears, bearings, and bushings. ASE Correlation This job sheet is related to the Automatic Transmission and Transaxles Test’s Content Area: Off-Vehicle Transmission and Transaxle Repair, Gear Train, Shafts, Bushings, and Case. Tasks: Inspect transaxle drive, link chains, sprockets, gears, bearings, and bushings; perform necessary action and inspect, measure, repair, adjust or replace transaxle final drive components. Tools and Materials Marking tool Machinist’s rule Describe the vehicle being worked on: Year _________ Make ___________________________ Model ___________________ VIN ____________________ Engine type and size ______________________________ Model and type of transmission ______________________________________________ Procedure Chain Drives 1. This inspection is done with the transaxle on a bench and partially disassembled and should be repeated as a double check during reassembly. Begin by checking chain deflection between the centers of the two sprockets. Deflect the chain inward on one side until it is tight. 2. Mark the housing at the point of maximum deflection. 3. Then deflect the chain outward on the same side until it is tight. 4. Again mark the housing in line with the outside edge of the chain at the point of maximum deflection. 5. Measure the distance between the two marks. If this distance exceeds specifications, replace the drive chain. Describe your findings. ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 27 Task Completed Servicing Internal Transaxle Drives (continued) 6. Be sure to check for an identification mark on the chain during disassembly. The mark can be a painted or dark-colored link, and may indicate either the top or the...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course AUTOMOTIVE 241 taught by Professor Saxton during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.
- Spring '11