Ford Sierra

1982-1993 of release

Repair and car operation



Ford Siyerra
+ 1.2. Car identification
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. General data
+ 4. Engines
+ 5. Coupling
- 6. Transmissions
   + 6.1. Mechanical four-speed transmission
   + 6.2. Mechanical five-speed transmission
   - 6.3. Automatic transmission of Ford C 3
      6.3.1. Technical characteristics
      6.3.2. Service and repair
      6.3.3. Check of level of oil in a transmission
      6.3.4. Check and washing of hydrokinetic transfer
      6.3.5. Check of pressure of oil in transmission operating time
      6.3.6. Test of an overload of the engine by hydrokinetic transfer
      6.3.7. Check in the course of movement
      6.3.8. Adjustment of a tape of a brake of forward planetary transfer
      6.3.9. Removal and transmission installation
      6.3.10. Removal and installation of a cable of the kick-down mechanism
      6.3.11. Removal and installation of the relay of safe start of the engine
      6.3.12. Malfunctions and methods of their elimination
+ 7. Driveshaft and back bridge
+ 8. Steering
+ 9. Suspension brackets
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment





6.3.5. Check of pressure of oil in transmission operating time

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To connect a manometer for measurement of pressure of oil, with a tip with a female thread of the corresponding diameter, to a transmission case.
2. To arrange a manometer in the car so that its indications were visible from a place of the driver.
3. To heat up (in the course of car movement) oil in a transmission to normal working temperature.
4. To check pressure of oil in a transmission in engine operating time idling.
5. If too low, it is necessary to check pressure: oil level, hydrokinetic transfer, and also oil pump.
6. If too high, it is necessary to check pressure: number of turns of the engine idling, the vacuum pipeline between the engine and a transmission drive, a vacuum regulator, hydraulic knot of management in a transmission, and also pressure of oil during test of an overload of the engine (see subsection 6.3.6).