Download it to your computer and right click on the zip file to decompress it to a folder. The 4-5 and the 5-4 shifts are controlled by a computer module. Slowly decline a few years back it started but I had some Omega 917 for dry sealing in the transmission and the transmission have worked fine until now when it gradually get worse. All clutch and brake packages do not distinguish themselves from general statistics and in most cases all friction clutches get replaced as a whole kit. Problem with only reverse the rest gears working fine. However, it isn't a how to manual for a person that hasn't built a auto trans before, there is a certain amount of assumed knowledge.
To comment on a part of the text, you can select a part of the text with your mouse - and then the comment options will appear allowing you to also share a part of the text on social network pages. Is anybody now which part I need to look in to find the problem for that. Did reverse suddenly stop working or was it a slow decline? In my case, the 722. Design of the 3-rd series is updated with advanced electronic control and the clutch package Overdrive. This manual covers the testing, disassembly, inspection and reassembly of the Mercedes 722.
From there you simply double click on the start file to run the program. All typical problems are also identical. The predecessor 4G-Tronic was used until mid-1996 in some vehicles when it was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz 722. The well illustrated, easy to read manuals from Automatic Transmission Service Group are both comprehensive and inexpensive! Did reverse suddenly stop working or was it a slow decline? I used this process to remove my trany: To get to the B3 Clutch you need to make a tool. The car is E320 1994 with 800,000 miles on it and I lost the famous reverse but when I dropped the pan the oil is like new and no other signs of failure I believe the lip-seals is bad.
This manual series runs in a browser and works with all operating systems. What are you looking for? Mr Split, The manuals out there are crap compared to 722. I have never worked with a automatic transmission before and if anybody have some expertise tips for me I am grateful for that. RayH Hi, I have a 1994 W124 E280T with the 722. If you do take it apart and bail out, don't even think about taking the pile of parts to a shop and expect them to fix it.
This followed the replacement of the engine and gearbox mounts but I cannot be sure of the exact cause of the problem. Technical issues and repair guidelines The repair kit of gaskets and seals is ordered for reassembly of 722. B3 brake is only used with reverse no other gears so it could be the B3 sealing. I can concur that I lost gear as the result of the B3 clutch pack not working not pressurizing. Mine has this exact same problem as in this post: See post 15-the picture of the torn oring which in the center of the B3 in the same picture.
The extension housing is the quickest way to identify the five speed unit, as this is where the overdrive section was added. The only electric in the transmission is the 5 speed it is controlled by electric switch. At a quick glance it looks the same as the four speed 722. I am going for a complete overhaul with friction disk and sealings, other parts I only change if there is signs of wear. The 4-5 and the 5-4 shifts are controlled by a computer module. Sifting through a jumbled pile of parts takes a lot of time. Any old way, there will be someone along fairly soon who will give a more detailed comment.
At a quick glance it looks the same as the. This might help It speaks of a no 5 th gear but offers insight on how the system works. And if your German is up to it, try Deutschland. Almost all components are interchangeable with 722. At a quick glance it looks the same as the four speed 722. New books are being added all the time. Take a look at all the other attachments.
The oil filter gets replaced in addition to usage of the repair kit of gaskets and seals used in the process of overhaul of the 5-th series. If you do take it apart and bail out, don't even think about taking the pile of parts to a shop and expect them to fix it. The overhaul certainly includes repair of the torque converter caused by wear-out of friction linings of actively operating lock-up clutch. The 4-5 and the 5-4 shifts are controlled by a computer module. I went back several times and spoke to the mechanic who in the end agreed with me that it 'might' be that the transmission is skipping a gear, but that he also doesn't know what to do with it, since all the mechanical parts inside the transmission were replaced etc. Let me know if you need something? That said, there are electronic issues.
Now is there such thing as completely hydraulically controlled 722. My oil was always gray. The package Reverse piston is replaced quite often because of damaged springs because of old age which are harmful for the whole unit. Is this a electronic or hydraulic shift trans? Now is there such thing as completely hydraulically controlled 722. This was in turn replaced with the more modern that features a torque converter lockup and fully electronic control. In many cases the repair consists of replacement of current pump seal and pump bushing.
Automatic transmission of 5-th series endures harsh operation conditions without any serious problems in contrast to following generations of 5- and 7-speed automatic transmissions 722. My understanding is that it's more electrically controlled than electronic. I got that a few times like every four months. The extension housing is the quickest way to identify the five speed unit, as this is where the overdrive section was added. This manual collection covers the testing, disassembly, inspection and reassembly of the Mercedes 722. The extension housing is the quickest way to identify the five speed unit, as this is where the overdrive section was added to the back of the case in a separate section, similar to what Chrysler did with the Torqueflite series.