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24 "2015 SEMINAR INFORMATION

GM 6T30/40/45/50 GENERATION I & II INFORMATION


Generation 1 Pressure Switches. These pressure switches are used for adaptive control by monitoring clutch
regulating valve activity and clutch hydraulic operation.

SOLENOID LOCATIONS AND IDENTIFICATION (GEN 1 & 2)


*GEN1 ONLY HAS PRESSURE SWITCHES
TCM TFPS1*
TFPS3* 1-2-3-4
TFPS2*
3-5-R 2-6
Line Pressure TFPS4*
Control Solenoid 4-5-6-R1 Clutch Pressure
(Normally High) Control Solenoid 3
(Normally High)
(R1- 4-5-6 Clutch)

Clutch Pressure
Control Solenoid 4
(Normally Low) (2-6 Clutch)

Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid 5


(Normally Low) (1-2-3-4 Clutch) (GEN1)
Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid 2
(Normally Low) (3-5-R Clutch) Shift Solenoid Body
(GEN2) Solenoid
(On-Off) TCC Pressure
Control Solenoid
Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid 2
(Normally Low)
(Normally High) (3-5-R Clutch) (GEN1)
Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid 5
(Normally High) (1-2-3-4 Clutch) (GEN2)

Figure 19
Generation 1 uses Variable Bleed type solenoids while Generation 2 uses Variable Feed type solenoids. Notice the
difference in the way General Motors presents their hydraulic schematics between the two in Figure 20.
Generation 1 solenoid and pressure switches displayed in the upper hydraulic while Gen 2 without pressure
switches in the lower schematic. The different solenoid configurations between the two schematics represents the
change from one solenoid type to another.

Figure 20
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