Tayota Kamri's repair since 2001
1. Operation manual and to maintenance of the car
2. Engine
3. Transmission
3.1. Coupling
3.2. Mechanical transmission
3.3. Automatic transmission
3.3.1. General information
3.3.2. Planetary transmission
3.3.3. Elements of the planetary transmission
3.3.4. Hydraulic control system
3.3.5. Safety measures in operating time with automatic transmissions
3.3.6. Check of working liquid of the automatic transmission
3.3.7. Check and adjustment of a cable of control of the valve throttle
3.3.8. Check and survey of the switch of situation parking / neutral
3.3.9. Adjustment of position of the lever of gear shifting
3.3.10. Check of the coupling of the hydrotransformer and drive plate
3.3.11. Removal and installation of the switch of situation parking / neutral
3.3.12. Removal and installation of RPM meters of the transmission
3.3.13. Replacement of the valvate block of the automatic transmission
3.3.14. Repair of the oil pump (U140E/U140F)
3.3.15. Replacement of a forward epiploon of differential of the automatic transmission (U140E/U241E)
3.4. Driving mechanism
3.5. Tables
4. Running gear
5. Steering
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment



3.3.1. General information

On new Camry the following types of automatic transmissions in the block with the main transfer are used: 1AZ, 2AZ-FE – U241E; 1MZ-FE – U140E.
These automatic four-speed transmissions differ in compactness and high operational characteristics and have electronic control eats (The transmission with electronic control).
Bases of a design and work of these boxes are identical.
However, the transfer relation, and also number of disks and springs differ depending on engine model.

Fig. 3.71. General view of automatic transmissions of the Camry car

Fig. 3.72. Longitudinal section of the automatic transmission: 1 – planetary transfer of the forward course; 2 – leading gear wheel of an intermediate shaft; 3 – planetary transfer of a backing; 4 – the lowering planetary transfer (U/D); 5 – leading shaft; 6 – leader

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3.3.2. Planetary transmission