No other manufacturer had ever attempted to replace the shuttle valves and servos in their transmissions with electric solenoids under computer control — designing the transmission so that a limp home mode was still intact if the transmission controls failed. The transmissions do not have a valve body, technically, since the solenoids control the flow of transmission fluid directly. The 4xTE and 4xLE transmissions were similar in concept and basic design to the A, with numerous improvements and changes for reliability and to adapt them to particular cars or engines. The 41TE joined the Neon in , with a gear ratio adjustment in
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Transmission repair manuals A604, 40TE/ 41TE
History[ edit ] The Ultradrive was a significant technological advancement in transmission operation, one of the first electronically controlled automatics. It pioneered many now-common features such as adaptive shifting, wherein the Electronic control unit optimizes shifting based on the driving style of the operator. It earned a reputation for being unreliable. This may have caused perceptions of failure and premature replacement.
The Chrysler 41TE, 40TES, and 41TES automatic transmissions (transaxle)