Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles: Fundamentals of operation, Volume 1

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Regents/Prentice Hall, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 420 pages
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This exciting text once again presents up-to-date material in an easy-to-understand format. Fundamentals of operation, diagnostic procedures, and service practices blend from a basic level to a comprehensive status, designed to meet all levels of training. Text material supports NATEF requirements and ASE certification for automatic transmissions and transaxles.-- new photographs and artwork reflect the most recent technologies in the study of automatic transmissions and transaxles-- both ASE and conventional styled chapter questions are included-- combines fundamentals of operation and principles of diagnosis and service into one text-- the wide range of topic matter is sectioned into numerous chapters, making the book adaptable to a variety of course designs and teaching styles-- student learning objectives are presented in a "Challenge Your Knowledge" format at the beginning of each chapter

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Chapter
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Cooling the Hydraulic Fluid
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Review Questions
48
Copyright

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