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Postby pretdave » 16 Feb 2016 12:06

AWTF-80 SC
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The Aisin AW TF-8# SC series is a 6 speed automatic transmission designed for use in transverse engine applications. It is designed to handle a maximum of 440 N·m (324.5 ft·lbf) of torque. It is built in Anjo, Japan.[1] It is also called the TF-80SC[2] (AWF21, AF40-6, AM6, AW6A-EL) and TF-81SC (AF21).[3]

The design team set out to create a 6 speed automatic that fits in the same space as a manual gearbox. It measures 358 mm (14.1 in) in length and weighs 90 kg (198 lb). Its combined use of a conventional 5-pinion planetary gearset and a compound Ravigneaux gearset makes it incredibly light and compact. This combination is known as a Lepelletier arrangement. The shifting of gears is managed by a sophisticated computer programme which oversees a clutch-to-clutch actuation. Gear changes are accomplished by one clutch engaging the instant the clutch from the previous gear disengages. The transmission control module (TCM) is located inside the transmission housing, instead of being located outside it. The advantage of this is to reduce external wiring as well as to provide a constant environment for TCM operation which encourages longevity. One aspect of the advanced nature of the electronics is at idle, it automatically selects neutral gear to reduce internal temperatures and improves fuel economy.

It utilises a special AW-1 transmission fluid which is labelled as being maintenance free. It has a fluid capacity of 8.0 litres (1.8 imp gal; 2.1 US gal).

All wheel drive transfer cases can be fitted to the AWTF-80 SC, making it ideal for use in cross-over type SUVs.
Specifications

Gear Ratios:
1 2 3 4 5 6 R Final Drive
4.148 2.370 1.556 1.155 0.859 0.686 3.394 3.20

Maximum Shift speeds:

7000 rpm (up to 350 Nm)
6500 rpm (350 Nm to 400 Nm)

Torque Converter Diameter:

260 mm (10.2 in)
Applications

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Alfa Romeo

2005–2011 Alfa Romeo 159[4] [nb 1]
2005–2010 Alfa Romeo Brera[4] [nb 2]
2006–2010 Alfa Romeo Spider[4] [nb 3]

Fiat

2005–2011 Fiat Croma [nb 4]

Lancia

2008–2014 Lancia Delta [nb 5]

Ford Motor Company

Ford

2005–2007 Ford Five Hundred
2006–2012 Ford Fusion[5] [nb 6]
2007–2014 Ford Mondeo MkIV

Lincoln

2005–2012 Lincoln Zephyr
2005–2012 Lincoln MKZ

Mercury

2005–2010 Mercury Milan[5]
2005–2007 Mercury Montego[5]

General Motors

Cadillac

Cadillac BLS [nb 7]
Cadillac SRX [nb 8]

Chevrolet

2008–present Chevrolet Cruze[1] [nb 9]

Opel / Vauxhall

Opel/Vauxhall Astra
Opel/Vauxhall Vectra
Opel/Vauxhall Signum
Opel/Vauxhall Zafira
2008–present Opel/Vauxhall Insignia

Saab

2003–present Saab 9-3 II[nb 10]
2013–present Saab 9-3 III

Hyundai
2006–2014 Hyundai Veracruz[4]

Jaguar
2007–2009 Jaguar X-type [nb 11]

Land Rover
2006–2014 Land Rover Freelander 2
2011–present Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Mazda
2005–2008 Mazda 6 I
2006–2012 Mazda CX-7
2006–present Mazda CX-9
2006–present Mazda MPV III
2007–2012 Mazda 6 II

PSA Peugeot Citroën

Citroën

Citroën C4
Citroën C5
Citroën C6
Citroën DS4
Citroën DS5

Peugeot

Peugeot 307
Peugeot 308
Peugeot 407
Peugeot 408
Peugeot 508
Peugeot 607
Peugeot 3008
Peugeot 5008

Renault
Renault Espace
Renault Vel Satis

Volvo
2005–2014 Volvo XC90[5][6][7][8] (FWD & AWD) [nb 12]
2006–2009 Volvo S60[6] (FWD & AWD) [nb 13]
2006–2008 Volvo V70 II (FWD & AWD) [nb 14]
2006–2008 Volvo XC70 (AWD)
2007–present Volvo S80 II[10][7] (FWD & AWD) [nb 15]
2008–present Volvo V70 III[11] (FWD & AWD) [nb 16]
2008–present Volvo XC70 II[7] (FWD & AWD) [nb 17]
2009–present Volvo XC60[7] (FWD & AWD) [nb 18]
2011[7]–present Volvo S60 II (FWD & AWD) [nb 19]
2011–present Volvo V60 (FWD & AWD) [nb 20]
2011–2012 Volvo S40 II (FWD) [nb 21]
2011–2012 Volvo V50 (FWD) [nb 22]
2011–2013 Volvo C30 (FWD) [nb 23]
2011–2013 Volvo C70 II (FWD)


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Re: Freelander AT

Postby naks » 19 Feb 2016 15:06

pretdave wrote:My Comments:I am very impressed with the box on my Freelander. Interesting to see bow many vehicles use the same box. Frtm Cadillac to Fiat



Super smooth box - my former Saab 9-3 had the same box and it went like a bomb, always at the correct gear, didn't slip, and kickdown was instantaneous!
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