In any automatic transmission the fluid should be changed at the interval specified by the manufacturer. You should have the transmission oil filter replaced also at this time. Many shops will just suck out the old fluid and replace it with new without replacing the oil filter.
There is really no way to tell. Take the car to a shop and have them replace the transmission oil filter and fluid. Make sure to tell them you want the filter replaced because some places just suck out the oil and replace it without replacing the filter.
Not without modifications
Try replacing the washer seat.
yes, the 94 has 2 shifting solenoids, if you know that they have been removed from the replacement transmission you will need them.
Yes they can. The lens are clipped on and have a gasket between the lens and the reflector.
sometimes, but contact your local auto parts store to see if it is even sold seperately
The starter solenoid on a Honda Element is integral to the starter. It cannot be replaced without replacing the starter as well.
Remove the trans pan and then the filter. If the pan is on the front of the transmission, it cannot be replaced without rebuilding the transmission; because the bearings must be removed in order to get to the filter. Ford Contour transmissions do not have removeable filters. There is a metal screen which generally never needs to be replaced.
NO. You will have to remove all the transmission bolts and slide the transmission back enough to get a wrench and your hand between the engine and transmission to remove the fly-wheel bolts.
If you have worn Struts on a vehicle, those can be replaced without replacing your springs. "Struts" and "Shocks" are often used interchangeably in language, however, I believe your vehicle is a front wheel drive with a double wishbone suspension. In this case, they would be more accurately referred to as "Struts". Just for reference. In either case, the answer is still, yes. Shocks/Struts can be replaced without replacing the springs as well.
Yes it can be reset without going to the dealer and you will have to pay for it. It will require someone with a scanner. How did you arrive at replacing the oxygen sensors. I own a shop and a customer came in Friday with the same codes. Using our scanner and it's troubleshooter guide, we replaced a cracked vacuum line and cleared the codes. Code is gone without replacing anything except for a vacuum hose. A lot cheaper than jumping to conclusions and replacing perfectly good parts.
Yes. You should also replace the race at the same time.
try replacing the output speed sensor on the transmission housing. Just a small part (about $30 at auto parts stores), it screws into the transmission housing and sends a signal to the computer. Without this signal, computer cannot decide what to do with speedometer and cannot shift transmission properly. I replaced one on my daughter's 1999 Plymouth Breeze, with the same engine as the Neon. She had the exact symptoms you do, and it solved them all.
I don't know that they really need to be replaced unless they are damaged in some way. They should be fine indefinitely if you take good care of them.
You could leave a chicken without replacing its food for...2 days and a half.!!!!!!!!!! from:Karebare123_hey123
whats the probability that three times in a row without looking i can pick out an outmeal cookie without replacing them?
The fuel pressure regulator has one bolt holding it in place.l
Of course not. Without a working transmission you are going nowhere.
CHECK THE FOLLOWING:Fuse or breakerRelay is providing powerPump electrical is grounded properlyIf these check good, pump must be replaced.
My daughters 1997 Saturn SC2 coupe automatic transmission has no reverse? what would cause this?? and how can i fix it without replacing the transmission.
It means your may be having transmission problems if an automatic. And check your emergency brake first .A manual transmission may just stick in one gear , and be repaired without replacing the whole transmission.Have your linkage checked as well as you clutch .
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