The part of the torque converter or fluid coupling that is driven by the engine is the:
Fluid motion in the converter is caused by:
Fluid couplings are not as efficient as standard torque converters because:
Fluid flow that occurs in the same directions as the motion of the impeller is called:
The circular flow of oil between the impeller and the turbine is called:
The operation of a hydraulic type lock-up converter requires the use of control valves to direct fluid flow:
High fluid levels in a transmission is better than low fluid levels in a transmission.
Pressure testing the converter after it is removed is done to determine:
Performing a stall test on a vehicle will determine:
Coupling speed occurs when:
Stator action may be either rotating or held, and this is controlled by:
A torque converter has:
In many cases the torque converter, because of its mass, takes the place of the engine flywheel.
The stator in a torque converter is either fixed or:
The pump (impeller) in a torque converter is positioned closest to the engine.
The turbine blades have a greater curve than the impeller blades.
Some torque converters are equipped with a lockup clutch feature, this lockup:
Which of the major torque converter parts is responsible for torque multiplication within the unit?
Torque converter stall is when the impeller is rotating under power and the turbine is stopped.
The lockup clutch in a torque converter is also known as the overrunning clutch.
Vortex oil flow is at MAXIMUM when torque converter coupling takes place.
Rotary oil flow is at maximum when torque converter lockup takes place.
When stall testing a torque converter in a transmission, there is maximum:
In a torque converter, when the turbine is turning at almost the same speed as the impeller:
Which component of a torque converter is connected to the input shaft of the transmission?
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