try changing the map sensor, that was the problem on mine.
First, check transmission fluid levels, but typically once you loose a full gear, if the fluids topped off, your looking at a transmission rebuild.
Can be old fluids. You should change it every 50,000. -ALL of it, not just the pan. It could have a broken or stuck accumulator.
ATF fluid is automatic transmission fluid. It is used in vehicles that have automatic or self shifting transmissions. To distinguish it from other engine fluids, it is usually red or green.
Your car may need an oil change, tuneup, better fuel (premium, or transmission, also your car may need a fluids check
how do you check transmission fluids
Blood, milk, and rectal, seminal and vaginal fluids are thought to be involved in the transmission of HIV. Cerebral, fetal, joint, and spinal fluids also may be transmittors.
Most automatic transmission fluids are of red color (when original and unused). This is true for Dexron, Mercon and Type F fluids specifically.
It is important to use the right types of fluids in a car. A 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier uses GM Power Steering Fluid or alternative fluids that meet GM specification GM9985010.
transmission of bodily fluids, or in cases of high viral loads, contact with bodily fluids with materials that have been in contact with bodily fluids
As long as there is no Transmission of bodily fluids, then it is safe.
I had my fluids changed in my transmission, and they told me the filter was internal....and they did not replace it!
easy if you add fluid get transmission serviced filter and fluids changed and bands checked
Most automatic transmission fluids are affective in a 2001 Dodge Stratus. Valvoline and Red Line synthetic fluids are often recommended brands.
Use Dextron II transmission fluid in it or Dextron IIE don't try to use anything else you will regret it if you do. Transmission fluids are manufacturer/transmission specific specific. If you use the wrong type or kind you could ruin the transmission permanently especially and older transmission like yours.Look in your owners manual or on the dipstick, or call a local GM shop to know for sure.
Ford and GM have different transmission fluids. Ford uses Type FA. Many types are universal. See "Related Questions" below for more specifics about Ford product transmission fluids
Yes, your fluids should be flushed every so often.
When adding fluids to the car it is important to add the right type of fluids. A 2002 Saturn sc2 uses Dexron-III/Mercon transmission fluid.
The practice known as universal precautions makes the assumption that those bodily fluids pose a risk for transmission of HIV.
Yes. I check all fluids at each oil change
You are probably low on transmission fluids
Many transmissions have fluids that are cooled using the same process that your engine fluids use - the radiator system. Transmission fluid is special in many ways. When you first start your car, the fluid is not yet warm. Many transmission systems share the cooling system with your car, so if it is running hot, your transmission fluid will suffer. It could also simply be that your transmission is low in fluids. In any case, your fluids are probably the source of the problem. Whether low or just getting hot for one reason or another. They need to be replaced and the transmission fluid and cooling systems need to be checked. This usually means that the fluids, filters, seals and possibly other components inside the transmission need to be replaced.
About 10 quarts