How a One Way Clutch Works?

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A one-way clutch works by using a hydraulically operated one directional clutch. It uses a special transmission fluid that is pumped when pressure is exerted by an oil pump to control the clutches and the planetary gear sets. The mechanism contains a combination of many gears.
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