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The Eagle automatic transmission contains mechanical systems, hydraulic systems, and electrical systems. In the case of Eagle four-speed automatic transmission, the first gear delivers maximum torque and minimum speed for starting. Fourth gear allows maximum speed with minimum torque. The automatic transmission ensures that there is a ratio change in the engine speed and the wheels according to the various combinations. Through a pair of reduction gear sets, the first gear coordinates the engine power to the drive wheels. This enables it to give increased power and reduced wheel speed when the car first begins to move.
The Eagle rebuilt automatic transmission is encompassed in the drive train of the car. The major function of the drive train is to transmit power from the engine to the drive wheels and to vary the amount of torque. The Eagle rebuilt automatic transmission allows the gear ratio to be adjusted. The different systems in the automatic transmission work in a synchronized manner to produce the most efficient outputs. The planetary gear sets provide the various forward gear ratios as well as reverse. A special transmission fluid sent by the oil pump is utilized by the hydraulic system to control the clutches and the bands so that the planetary gear sets can be controlled. The seals and gaskets are useful in preventing the oil from leaking out. The work of the torque converter is to stop the car in gear while the engine is still running. Mounted between the engine and the transmission, it is composed of three internal elements that work together to transmit power to the transmission. The pump, the turbine, and the stator make the three elements of the torque converter. The governor and the modulator monitor the speed and throttle position in order to establish when to shift.
The rebuilt automatic transmission is operated by the transmission fluid pressure. The shift valves are responsible for controlling the gear changes. In turn, the governor controls the shifting of the gears. The output shaft turns the governor. The turning of the governors' speed is proportional to the movement of the car's speed. Oil from the pump is sent to the shift valves by the centrifugal force from the governor. The outward movement of the shift valves sends the transmission fluid to the gear shifting mechanisms in the automatic transmission. The valves move inwards when the car slows down, sending the transmission fluid in the opposite direction. The gear is changed as a result of this action.
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