Is it the Oil Sending Unit or as some people likes to call it the Oil Pressure Switch...
After having it checked by a competent, reliable mechanic. A rather endangered species these days.
The camshaft position sensor is an intregal part of the distributor, therefore if the CMP sensor is defective the distributor must be replaced. Have it checked out by a qualified mechanic.
Technically, #1 can be at any of the 8 points if the distributor has been replaced and the mechanic didn't install it the same as the factory. #1 on the distributor is wherever the rotor is pointing when #1 cylinder is mechanically ready to fire.
It may mean your transmission is damaged, and is applying too much torque. You may have lost fluid through a crack in the transmission. A qualified transmission mechanic can determine if the transmission needs to be repaired or replaced.
no it could keep your electric fans from coming on if your mechanic broke it you should have your mechanic replace it
Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.
My mechanic says it is in front of the transmission. i need this replaced on my car, and it is a common and normal problem because of the location of it.
There is no "chip" that can be replaced in the distributor, it is serviced as a unit. There is no chip in the distributor cap.
You may need to have it rewired or have it replaced.
The torque convertor acts as an automatic clutch for the transmission. If you are replacing the transmission, I would recommend replacing the convertor too, especially if the trans fluid is burnt or contaminated. If you have a manual transmission, run, there is no torque convertor :)
i would replace the camshaft positioning sensor.obviously your mechanic has no clue
Don`t. Take Your Car To a Good Mechanic That Knows Transmissions. Or To A Transmission repair Shop You Trust & They Offer Fair Pricing. Have The Filter And Gasket Replaced And Trans Fluid Changed.
I found that a mechanic that used non Volvo transmission fluid caused this problem in my 2002. Once it was replaced with genuine Volvo transmission fluid it stopped surging.
You might need to get your clutch replaced. Or your transmission is about to fail. Go to an auto mechanic for diagnosis and repairs.
It's in the distributor. The whole distributor gets replaced when you nneed a new one.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor has to be replaced.
Transmission repair is a kind of auto-work that is performed to repair the transmissions in motor vehicles. The transmission is the part of a vehicle that transfers electrical energy from the vehicle’s engine and adapts it for use by the vehicle’s wheels. Typical kinds of transmissions include automatic and manual transmissions. Automatic transmissions are the most common kind in North America. An automatic transmission has the ability to automatically select its own gear ratio unlike a manual transmission. Like many things in a vehicle, the parts of a transmission can become worn out or damaged. At this point, a transmission repair will have to be performed by a qualified transmission mechanic. First, the transmission mechanic will need to test the transmission. This is usually performed by the mechanic taking the vehicle for a test ride. This ride will help him or her diagnose the problem. During the ride, the mechanic will observe any sounds, movements, or performance issues that are tell tale signs of what could be wrong with the transmission. If problems are found, the car will need to driven into a garage and raised to an elevated level using hoists. The mechanic will then use a number of different tools to remove the transmission from the vehicle. The transmission will then be taken apart. Any worn out or broken parts that are found will be discarded and then replaced. After working parts are installed into the transmission, a number of different adjustments will be made to improve the transmission’s performance. This may include adjusting certain transmission bands, gears, or pumps using a number of different wrenches. After these adjustments have been made, the transmission will be reinstalled into the elevated vehicle. The mechanic will then fill the transmission with new transmission fluid. The mechanic will also make a number of adjustments to different linkages. The final step of transmission repair is a second test drive. Again, the mechanic will drive the vehicle and pay close attention to any sounds, movements, or other signs that will tell him or her if the transmission repair solved the problem. If everything seems fine, the vehicle will be returned to its owner.
The cam sensor is integral to the distributor. The distributor is not repairable and must be replaced as an assembly except distributor cap and rotor head.
The coil on the 2.5l is in the distributor. To the best of my knowledge it is not serviceable. The distributor must be replaced.
It could be that the distributor was not the problem. Need to know what the code is and what engine you have.
Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
Check the transmission fluid level, if you have never replaced the transmission fluid for your car do so. Do not forget to change the transmission fluid filter.
its inside the trans on the valve body just had it replaced 300 dollars and still n safe mode
The distributor drive gear would be part of the camshaft. The camshaft would have to be replaced.