What Is an Oil Pump?
Heart of the Automatic Transmission
An oil pump is placed inside the transmission to drive the engine to rotate. As an automobile component, an oil pump pressurizes automatic transmission fluid (ATF) to supply oil to the hydraulic actuator and torque converter and to lubricate other components.
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To respond to the market environment, which is experiencing enhanced regulation of exhaust gas and increasing demand for higher fuel efficiency and higher performance, we are developing technology for achieving higher fuel pressures.