Browse Publications Technical Papers 1999-01-3744
1999-11-15

Vocational and Body Builder Controls Features of the Allison 1000/2000/2400 Series™ Automatic Transmission 1999-01-3744

Light and Medium Duty Trucks (N.A. Classes 2–7) make up of a wide variety of vehicle configurations. These vehicles, in addition to providing the basic hauling needs of the industry, also provide distinct operational features dictated by the vocation they serve. This results in additional auxiliary equipment and control features being employed.
The control system for Allison Transmission's new 1000/2000/2400 Series™ transmission was designed to satisfy the many requirements of this complex market. This paper will describe these features and how they interact with various control aspects of the vehicle. Also, future control features will be discussed.

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