automatic transmissions have a slave valve to control shifting
There can be several transmission control solenoids inside certain automatic transmissions. Each solenoid has a function that controls shifting including overdrive.
i have a problem with the automatic climate control the fan has only high speed
Yes and no. Many cars will provide a manumatic type of transmission, in which the driver can designate whether they want to the car to drive fully automatic or in a sportier mode where they have control over gear shifting. The shifting is usually performed on the selector lever or on paddle shifters with no clutch. Even in this mode, the car will up-shift or down-shift for you if possible damage to the engine could occur. More expensive cars sometimes will come with transmissions in which they can choose between an automatic or manual transmission, and then further designate how aggressive they want the shifting to be.
A standard transmission is not necessarily faster. You do however have more control over the shifting sequence, so you can often push the car more than an automatic would allow.
The control trac four wheel drive system has auto , high , and low settings on the 1999 Ford Explorer
My ( 1995 ) Ford Explorer XLT , with 4.0 liter V6 , automatic transmission and control trac 4 x 4 system , had a shipping weight of ( 4,053 pounds )
not connected to transmission or the plasitc gear there stripped. sometimes the unit goes bad on the control arm
The cerebrum is the control center for automatic functions.
No, the heart pumps the oxygen to the brain which allows the brain to function properly. However, the brain can still maintain itself for 2 minutes without flow of oxygen. Anytime after that gives brain damage. [except in the exception that you have larger lungs] The brain doesn't and does control everything, their are two forms of actions your body processes. Automatic and Manual, there is also a semi-automatic that you can control at will. Examples, heart beat is automatic, you can't control it. Moving your finger is manual, you completely control it. Breathing is semi-automatic, you can control it at will but sometimes it's automatic, (when sleeping for instance.)
V. V. Solodovnikov has written: 'Automatic control and computer enginering' 'Statistical dynamics of linear automatic control systems' 'Introduction to the statistical dynamics of automatic control systems' -- subject(s): Automatic control, Cybernetics, Transients (Dynamics)
According to the 1996 Ford Explorer owners manual : 3.0 pints ( 1.4 liters ) Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the transfer case
If your car has an automatic transmission it is either a 4 HP 22H or the 4 HP 22EH ( with electronic control shifting). If your car has a manual transmission it is the 5 speed Getrag 260.
T. Crouch has written: 'Theory and problems of automatic control' -- subject(s): Automatic control, Control theory
Most likely pressure control solenoid in transmission....Easily tested with proper scan tool ALSO try changing EGR valve. Will REALLY HELP!!!! I just changed mine, all my hard shifting and jerking in reverse went away.
Martin Healey has written: 'Principles of automatic control' -- subject(s): Automatic control
William A. Wolovich has written: 'Automatic control systems' -- subject(s): Automatic control
if your refering to an ECU it is the central control center for your car. it regulates speed, temperature of different thigs like oil--it does every thing you dont do your self. like shifting gears in an automatic transmission.
The transmission computer is only found in automatic cars because it controls that which in a manual car the driver controls, the shifting. The transmission computer is what generally makes a car automatic because it changes gears automatically without any effort from the driver (except of course the gas & brake).
A "speed" sensor can affect the shifting of the trans.
XLE has automatic heated lether seats, heated mirrors (sometimes optional) and sometimes climate control. Also XLE has V6, when for CE it was optional.
Manual, yes.Automatic, no. The control systems are differentManual, yes.Automatic, no. The control systems are different
Open your liftgate and look in your jack storage compartment ( drivers side rear area ) and see if there is an on / off switch for the air compressor