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Automatic gearbox

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Hi guys!!!
I want a complete source for learning about automatic gearbox like a book/broshure/animation/video.....
Please help me !!!

RE: Automatic gearbox

Most any American car factory authorized shop manual printed before ~1970 will have a decent illustrated tutorial on how the tranny is supposed to work.

Try contacting helminc.com and ask what they have in inventory.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Automatic gearbox



The above links would be a good starting point. Also I am a grad student studying automotive engineering in USA. Last semester I took a course that dealt exclusively with automatic transmissions. So if you have any questions after learning the basics using the above links, feel free to send me a message or post here. I will help you out

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