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HYDRA-MATIC 6L80 (6 Speed)

ELECTRONIC COMPOMENTS (CONT'D)
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Pin No.
View Looking Into
16-Way Case
Connector
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CAN Hi
CAN Hi 2
CAN Lo
CAN Lo 2
Park/Neutral Signal
Battery Voltage Feed
Accessory Voltage Power
Run/Crank Voltage Power
Replicated OSS Signal
Brake Pedal Apply Signal
Tap Up/Tap Down Switch
Ground
16-WAY CASE CONNECTOR
TERMINAL IDENTIFICATION
Figure 19
16-Way Case Connector
The 16-way transmission case connector is also part
of the control solenoid body and TCM assembly, as
shown in Figure 20, and is not serviced seperately.
The case connector and the terminal identification
chart are both illustrated in Figure 19, for diagnostic
purposes. We have also provided a full wiring
schematic in Figure 21.
Since the case connector is part of the TCM and is
located internally, there is an additional sleeve with
"O" rings and a seal required to seal the passage in the
case, as shown in Figure 20. Once the control
solenoid body and TCM assembly has been installed
onto the valve body, you must pull the retaining tab
down, as shown in Figure 20, install the pass through
sleeve with the "O" rings and seal, and then press the
retaining tab back up engaging the tab into the pass
through sleeve.
1 16-WAY TRANSMISSION CASE CONNECTOR.
2 TCM ASSEMBLY TO TRANSMISSION CASE SLEEVE SEAL.
3 CASE SLEEVE TO TRANSMISSION CASE "O" RING SEALS (2).
4 TRANSMISSION CASE SLEEVE ASSEMBLY.
5 TRANSMISSION CASE SLEEVE RETAINING TAB.
Figure 20
TRANSMISSION CASE TO TCM SLEEVE ASSEMBLY
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE GROUP
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