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ZF8HP Rebuild

Presented by:
Mike Souza
ATRA Senior
Research Technician
ZF8HP Rebuild Webinar ©2015 ATRA. All Rights Reserved.
Transmission Identification
With all the different variations of parts found in several vehicle models, it’s always
important to use the transmission ID information when ordering parts.

Location may vary per vehicle and model


Clutch & Gear Set Identification

P1 P2 P3 P4
Clutch Application Chart
Clutch Layout
Carefully removed vertically as one assembly to prevent damage to the P4 annulus drum (shell).

Splines into pump housing

A Clutch
Pump
Splines into main case Housing

B Clutch

Splines into C & E clutch drum

E Clutch Case

Splines into C & E clutch drum

P4 Annulus
C Clutch Drum (shell)
C&E
Clutch Drum
D Clutch
Drum
Splines into D Clutch Drum

D Clutch
Drivetrain Assembly

Align With Rivet

One Time Use Selective Snap Ring


Drivetrain Assembly
Carefully remove the snap ring to prevent damage to the P4 annulus drum (shell). This should be
done with a factory tool or something similar such as a large hose clamp.
The material of the shell is very brittle and can be broken or distorted easily.

To remove the snap ring start at 180 degrees opposite of the snap ring opening

Special thanks to Niel Speetjens for some of the photos used in this handout.
Miller Tools $115.00
Kits
#10394
#10394A
#10394B

Package of 3

2012 (LD, LX)


2013 (DS, LD, LX)
2014 (DS, LD, LX, WD, WK)

Seen on the internet at lower & higher prices.


P1 & P2 Planet Assemblies

P1 Ring Gear P2 Ring


Gear / P3
Sun Gear

P2 Planet
P1 Planet

P1 & P2
Sun Gear

P4 Sun Gear Shell


(C & E Clutch Drum)
P3 & P4 Planet Assemblies
D Clutch Hub
P3 Planet

P3 Ring
Gear

E Clutch

C Clutch D Clutch

P4 Planet
(D Clutch
P4 Sun Gear Shell Drum)
(C & E Clutch Drum)
P4 Annulus
E Clutch Assembly
C Clutch Assembly
D Clutch Assembly
D Clutch Assembly

Riveted D Clutch Piston


Balance Pistons
As with any transmission with balance pistons, this is basically how they work.
Balance Oil Function Apply Piston Return Cup Spring

Baffle Plate

Lube

Forward Clutch Seal

This Oil Prevents The Clutches From Appling Due To Centrifugal Force
More Reliable Clutch Engagement & Release Control At Any Speed
Improves Shift Refinement
B Clutch Clearance Measurement

Factory Method

Total clearance should be


1.52mm to 1.93mm (.060” to
.076”)

There are selective


Pressure Plates available.
B Clutch Clearance Measurement
B Clutch Clearance Measurement

Then flip the H-Gauge over and place onto the pump at the to case mating area.
Measure the clearance at the apply piston.

1.52mm to 1.93mm
(.060” to .076”)

This method will work with the rest of the clutch assemblies throughout the rest of this and other transmissions.
Clutch Clearances

Clutch clearance is measured with the clutch components compressed within


the drum with at least 45 lbs. of downward force on the pressure plate.

Measure clearance with a feeler gauge between the pressure plate and the
snap ring.

Clutch Clearance Adjusted By

Clutch A : 1.41mm to 1.7mm (.055” to .066”) Snap Rings


Clutch B : 1.52mm to 1.93mm (.060” to .076”) Backing Plates
Clutch C : 1.62mm to 2.01mm (.063” to .079”) Backing Plates
Clutch D : 1.37mm to 1.66mm (.053” to .065”) Snap Rings
Clutch E : 1.62mm to 2.01mm (.063” to .079”) Backing Plates
Valve Body Information

Lower Valve
Body

Pry here to
separate Pry here to
halves separate
halves

The idea is to keep


the separator plate
with the upper valve
body and contain Upper Valve
the small parts Body
Valve Body Separator Plate (Silk Screen)
Upper Valve Body Information
Filter

Screen

Flat side of
accumulator
faces up

Rocker
Ball
Upper Valve Body Information
Small Parts Installation
Small Parts Installation

Must Protrude Above


The Channel Plate
Upper Valve Body Information
Upper Valve Body Information

The B clutch NIC valve is


controlled by the
computer during an idle
stop in drive.

The computer will


release the clutch
partially to reduce engine
drag at a stop for
improved fuel economy
Upper Valve Body Information
Lower Valve Body Information
Bore Plug Installation
Lower Valve Body Information
Torque Converter & Pump Drive Assembly
This ZF unit is designed with a chain driven, double stroke vane pump.

The torque converter


hub is splined to a
drive sprocket that
turns a chain to rotate
the pump
Torque Converter & Pump Drive Assembly
Stator Support & Pump Assembly
The stator support houses all the pump components. The stator support also
houses the “A” clutch and “B” clutch piston and cylinder.
The B1 clutch apply piston does not use return springs. The apply and release
functions are controlled by the computer.
Stator Support & Pump Assembly
To remove the “A” clutch pack from the stator support housing, remove the snap
ring and lift the “A” clutch hub off of the stator support. The “A” clutch waved
plate will remain in the stator support housing to be
retrieved later. Once the Hub is removed, remove
clutches from the hub for inspection.

Remove the
snap ring
Stator Support & Pump Assembly
To remove the cover from the stator support and pump assembly, the “A” clutch piston
and return spring must be removed from the stator support.

Remove the bolts to split the halves


Stator Support & Pump Assembly
Pump Assembly

Use a screwdriver to
gently pry the pump body
out of the stator support
assembly.

The drive gear, chain and


pump body must be lifted
off the stator support as
an assembly
Pump Assembly
This vane type pump comes apart using a small pair of snap ring pliers. Remove
the snap ring from the drive shaft and remove the cover. This vane type pump
assembly is very small
but efficient.
Pump Function
This is a very small vane pump. The pump is built with two chambers. This
means there are two inlets and two outlets to the pump body

Inlet Outlet

Outlet
Inlet

System pressure 80 psi to 250 psi (max. 460 psi)


Displacement 1,85 US gallons to 5,81 US gallons a minute
Pump Function
Reduces Cavitation & Noise
Pump Exploded View

Sprocket
Side

Faces
Down
Air check C & E Clutch with 30 psi. of regulated shop air.

TCC Lube
E Clutch C Clutch
E Clutch C Clutch
Case Air Checks
Front of Transmission

Air checks should be done with


no more than 30 psi. of
regulated air pressure.

D Clutch
Sump (pan) Differences
There is a deeper sump (pan) for the
Filter is part of the Sump
845RE found in the Jeep Grand
Cherokee.

This pan will increase fluid


capacity and improve lubrication.
Recommended Fluid
ZF Lifeguard is the recommended type of fluid to be used.

Fluid capacities are


model dependent.
Service & Fill Procedure
Using a scan tool or the vehicle information center, verify that the transmission fluid
temperature is below 30˚C (86˚F).
Torque Specifications
Extension Housing to Transmission Bolt ...................... 20 Ft. Lbs.
Manual Park Release Cable to Case Bolt....................... 15 Ft. Lbs.
Manual Park Release Lever Shaft Nut ............................ 89 In. Lbs.
Manual Park Release Lever Assembly Nut .................... 89 In. Lbs.
Oil Pan Drain Plug ............................................................ 80 In. Lbs.
Oil Fill Plug ........................................................................ 26 Ft. Lbs.
Oil Pan Bolt ....................................................................... 89 In. Lbs.
Oil Pump Assembly to Case Bolt..................................... 44 In. Lbs. + 45˚
Oil Pump Housing to Cover Bolt...................................... 44 In. Lbs. + 45˚
Output Speed Sensor Bolt ............................................... 71 In. Lbs.
Torque Converter Bolt...................................................... 31 Ft. Lbs.
Park Pawl Lock Rod Guide Plate Bolt ............................ 89 In. Lbs.
Park Pawl Shaft Plug ........................................................ 26 Ft. Lbs.
Propeller Shaft Flange Nut............................................... 44 Ft. Lbs.
Shifter Assembly Bolts..................................................... 65 In. Lbs.
Shifter Knob Lower Shroud Bolt..................................... 65 In. Lbs.
Torque Converter to Flex Plate Bolt ............................... 31 Ft. Lbs.
Transfer Case to Transmission Nut ................................ 20 Ft. Lbs.
Transmission Mount to Adapter...................................... 24 Ft. Lbs.
Valve Body Bolt................................................................. 71 In. Lbs.
Transmission Heater to Transmission............................ 18 Ft. Lbs.
TCM Adaptation
It is necessary to perform a drive cycle to provide the proper baseline
transmission adaptation. The adaptation procedure should be performed if any of
the following procedures are performed:
• Transmission Assembly Replacement
• Transmission Control Module Assembly (TCMA) Replacement
• Internal Transmission repairs
• Torque Converter Replacement

1. With the scan tool, clear any DTCs that may be set.
2. Drive the vehicle until the vehicle temperature is greater than 30˚C (86˚F).
3. After the vehicle has reached normal operating temperature, and with the scan
tool, monitor actual gear state.

Drive the vehicle normally with the accelerator pedal between 10% and 20% until
7th gear has been achieved, approximately 76 km/h (47 mph).

After 7th gear has been achieved, coast down to 30 mph with no application of the
brake or accelerator to allow a 6-5 shift.

Brake the vehicle to a stop. Repeat this procedure 5 times.


Audi ATF Venting System
The ATF system ventilates into the converter bell housing through ducts inside
the gear case.

The front axle differential


breather is present only in
transmissions with a
separate oil system.

Don’t mistake oil from the vent


as a front seal leak.
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