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BD AutoLoc Torque Convertor Control System

BD AutoLoc Torque Convertor Control System Manual Currently, exhaust brake usage can cause high temperatures in the automatic transmission due to torque convertor slippage. Only 10% to 80% of the retarding force is transferred through the fluid coupling of most torque convertors.
The BD AutoLoc commands the lock-up clutch of the torque convertor to stay engaged when the BD Exhaust Brake is activated. This allows up to 100% of the retarding force to be transferred while in 3rd and 4th gear. Also, transmission oil temperatures will remain low because of little or no slippage occurring in the convertor in these gears.
download : PDF - BD AutoLoc Torque Convertor Control System

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