Transmission Bearings, Gaskets, and Seals- AUSV 2520

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A technical discussion of Bearings, Gaskets, and Seals in an automatic transmission.

This video is intended for students in the online AUSV 2520 Automatic Transmissions class at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. You should watch the Clutches, Bands, and One Way Devices video before this video https://youtu.be/imi9oEfyzqU

This video covers the basic operation and function of Bearings, Gaskets, and Seals in automatic transmissions.

TIMELINE:
0:00 Introduction
0:08 Bearings in planetary gear sets
0:50 Proper bearing orientation
0:59 Improper bearing orientation
1:03 How to tell which way a bearing should be oriented
2:02 Results of improper bearing orientation
4:55 Bearing cutaway or reference in the service information
6:55 Seals
7:50 Lip seal and orientation
10:34 D-Ring or Square Cut seal
10:44 Seal removal hint
12:25 Form-in-place seals and piston
13:50 Square cut seal rings
15:15 Overlapping end seal rings
16:44 Reusable gaskets?

QUESTIONS FOR TEACHERS:
– Where are bearings located inside an automatic transmission?
– How should you tell which way a bearing should be oriented during bearing installation?
– What will happen if a bearing is installed upside-down?
– List three types of seals discussed in this video?
– How should a seal be removed without using tools?
– What is unique about a lip seal?
– How should the seal be replaced on a form-in-place gasket and piston?
– What is an overlapping seal?
– How can you tell if a gasket is reusable?
– Tell me one thing you learned or found interesting in this assignment?

Weber State University (WSU) – Automotive Technology Department – Automatic Transmission Lab. A technical discussion of Bearings, Gaskets, and Seals in an automatic transmission.

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