There is a problem with the valve body in the automatic transmission. It may stay like that, or it may get worse - no accurate prediction can be done without pulling the transmission apart to see what the cause is.
You Check the Transmission fluid by pulling the transmission reseviour dipstick. It is located near the Firewall under the air ducting that goes to the intake. It has loop for a handle.
You can manually roll up a power window by pulling on it. You can also remove the door panel and pull the window up.
That means the torque converter will not start pulling until the engine reaches 2800 RPMS. Nother words transmission will not start pulling.
It is by all means better, and easier to change the clutch & pressure plate by pulling the transmission. Just remember to "block up your engine" before pulling the transmission.
No, pulling the transmission is not required.
No you do not, you can leave the transmission were it's at. Just put a jack under the transmission to keep it from falling out.
There are several things that can cause your transmission to slip, while first pulling out. The most common cause is a worn drive gear.
If the handle is broken, then you'll have to manually open it. If the locking mechanism is frozen, you will have to manually open it. Generally that means pulling the back panel off and pulling the latch cables by hand. Sequoia forums have detailed information on how to remove the rear panel - fairly simple.
No, but it could cause higher then average wear on the transmission.
There is also the possiblitly of the valve body gasket blowing out and causing loss of vacuum in the tranny. That is what happened to mine @ 100,000 miles. Transmission problems are best left to a pro. The basic thing you should concern yourself with is the transmission fluid. A higher, or lower level can cause shifting problems. Or of course, if the transmission fluid is dark or burnt, that can mean transmission problems too. But make sure the level is ok. If the fluid is ok, i'd get it inspected at a trusted transmission shop. Usually problems in transmissions start small, and if you catch them they can be remedied. Best of luck.
Pulling a trailer requires more energy than carrying a heavy load.
Need to service transmission filter.
NO THEY ARE NOT.
To change the transmission filter on your vehicle you have to drop the transmission pan. Once you get it down you will see the filter. It comes out by pulling it down and twisting it a little.
You should see a white sleeve around the fitting that is at the transmission. Slide this sleeve toward the transmission while pulling on the line.
There could be a transmission fluid leak. Check the seals. They may be loose or worn out.
the 400 turbo is made for more pulling that's whats in my 85 gmc 2500 its just a heavy very expensive transmission.
It could be due to your transmission about to go out or low on fluid or needing a transmission flush
ANSUL Systems operate automatically when fire linkages are connected and the tension lever is ON. ANSUL can also be deployed manually by pulling the handle.
I have had luck pulling them from the top with the transmission attached.
Somebody is probably pulling your leg, unless you have a GM two-speed Powerglide transmission. In which case you should take it to a professional transmission technician
A 2001 Mazda Protege has a seal system, meaning the car does not have a dipstick to check the transmission fluid. It is best to take it to a dealership to have the fluid tested, but a person can check it by slightly pulling out the plug under the car, and see the condition of the fluid coming out of the plug.
try twisting and pulling