Chevrolet Sonic manuals

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Reverse (Gen 2)

When the gear selector lever is moved to the Reverse (R) position (from the Park position) the normally-low 35R pressure control solenoid is commanded ON and the following changes occur in the transmission? hydraulic and electrical systems:

3-5-Reverse Clutch Applies

Manual Valve

With the manual valve in the reverse position, line pressure is directed into the reverse fluid circuit. Reverse fluid is then routed to the clutch select valve and to the default override valve.

Clutch Select Valve

Reverse fluid is routed to a differential area of the clutch select shuttle valve and assists shift solenoid fluid, present at the valve from Park position, in holding the clutch select valve against clutch select valve spring force. Reverse fluid passes through the clutch select valve into the 35 reverse clutch feed circuit and is routed to the #2 ball check valve. R1/456 clutch feed fluid, present at the valve from Park position, continues to pass through the valve into the R1 circuit in order to keep the low and reverse clutch applied.

#2 Ball Check Valve

3-5 reverse fluid seats the #2 ball check valve against the drive 1-6 fluid passage, and enters the 35 reverse/drive 1-6 circuit. 35 reverse/drive 1-6 fluid is routed to the #3 ball check valve.

#3 Ball Check Valve

35 reverse/drive 1-6 fluid unseats the #3 ball check valve and is routed to the 3-5-reverse clutch regulator valve.

35R Pressure Control (PC) Solenoid

The 35R PC solenoid is energized (ON), allowing actuator feed limit fluid to enter the PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid circuit. PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid is then routed through orifice #26 to the 3-5-reverse clutch regulator valve.

3-5-Reverse Clutch Regulator Valve

PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid, at the 3-5-reverse clutch regulator valve, opposes 3-5-reverse clutch regulator valve spring force and orificed 35 reverse clutch feedback fluid pressure to regulate 35 reverse clutch feed/drive 1-6 pressure into the 35 reverse clutch circuit. 35 reverse clutch fluid is then routed through orifice #25 to the 3-5-reverse clutch, and through orifice #33 to the #4 ball check valve.

3-5-Reverse Clutch

35 reverse clutch fluid enters the 3-5-reverse and 4-5-6 clutch housing assembly to move the 3-5-reverse clutch piston against spring force to apply the 3-5-reverse clutch plates.

#4 Ball Check Valve

35 reverse clutch feed fluid unseats the #4 ball check valve, allowing excess pressure to pass into the actuator feed limit circuit. This helps to control clutch apply fluid pressure and clutch apply feel.

Accumulator

PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid is also routed to an accumulator valve. The accumulator valve is used to dampen any pressure irregularities occurring in the PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid circuit. This helps to control clutch apply fluid pressure and clutch apply feel.

Fluid Pressure Directed in Preparation for a Possible Default Action

Reverse fluid is directed to the default override valve in preparation for Reverse (R) range operation in the event of a transmission default action. If a transmission electrical component malfunction occurs, all solenoids will default to their normal state. The shift solenoid will default to its normally-closed state (OFF), and shift solenoid fluid will exhaust, allowing default override valve spring force to move the default override valve to the released position. With the default override valve in the released position, reverse fluid pressure passes through the valve into the default circuit and is routed to the 3-5-reverse clutch regulator shuttle valve. Default fluid pressure replaces exhausting PCS 35 reverse clutch fluid pressure to keep the 3-5-reverse clutch regulator valve in the applied position, and allow continued Reverse (R) range operation. Refer to Drive Range?Fourth Gear Default for a complete description of the default actions that occur during an electrical component malfunction.

Reverse ?#8201;Gen 2/Hybrid

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