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Hybrid transmission (HF35) fluid level check?


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#21 OFFLINE   gemdc

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 10:02 PM

The referenced photos are nice ones of the Aisin built 2010-12 hybrid.  Would really like something like this for the 2013-14 showing Ford's HF35 version.  It does appear that Aisin used beveled gears and I never heard any rattle in my 2010 FFH.  No, the noise I refer to is not a whine but a rattle by my definition.  Sure sounds like slack somewhere in the drive train and does come from the transmission housing.  No longer a bother since I have decided it is not a defect but a feature.  One that needs to go away in the future.


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#22 OFFLINE   lolder

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 11:07 PM

I think the lay-out architecture is the same. I recall seeing a video of the Ford hybrid transmission ( and standard automatic ) assembly line and the transmission resembled the Aisin. The photos are really from the Gen 1 Mariner. Rattles aren't normal ! They should be very smooth and quiet. There were some clicking noises in early drive-shafts that were solved by washers or spacers, I believe. I really wouldn't give up trying to fix a rattle coming from the transmission.


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#23 OFFLINE   acdii

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Posted 05 May 2014 - 07:53 AM

Mine is noisy, I have 2 distinct sounds emanating from the front when decelerating. One I attribute to the tires, its a thump that I can hear all the time, but more noticeable while braking, the second is a ratcheting whirring noise. I hear that while braking too, but only as I just about come to a stop and can only be heard when the radio is off and it is very quiet in the car.  Pretty sure that sound is the motors.  


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#24 OFFLINE   Christopher B Trentadue

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Posted 06 September 2016 - 01:10 PM

There's a 10mm plug underneath the plastic master cylinder reservoir that's on the Transmission, it's exactly the same size as the drain plug, I advise you use a Hex bit and Ratchet wrench when losening, it's a knuckle buster be careful not to brake the wire harness clipped right about on top of the plug, if you can remove the harness carefully and set it aside until your completely done, good luck! Thanks

#25 OFFLINE   Christopher B Trentadue

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Posted 06 September 2016 - 01:12 PM

There's a 10mm plug underneath the plastic master cylinder reservoir that's on the Transmission, it's exactly the same size as the drain plug, I advise you use a Hex bit and Ratchet wrench when losening, it's a knuckle buster be careful not to brake the wire harness clipped right about on top of the plug, if you can remove the harness carefully and set it aside until your completely done, good luck! Thanks

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#26 OFFLINE   jalal

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Posted 01 October 2017 - 03:16 PM

Hello gemdc,

the HF35 Gearbox oil level check is the same as you do on a manual transmission. Se attached file.

If you need more information, don't hesitate to contact me.

Have a nice day.

 

Wolfgang

 

Hi 

could you please re-upload the pdf  file. 

 

Thanks 






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