I had a 92 Chevy Beretta, wich has pretty much the same transmission and same problems. After replacing the Lock out solinoid 3 times a friend of mine who is a mechanic let me in on a secret. Disconnect it. The wiring harness for it should be located on the front of the tranny. It will not affect the performance of the car, but may lower you gas milage by about a mile city/highway. If you need any other help, My name is Dominick and can be reached at Dombear74@gmail.com
Lockup Solenoids refer to electronic gadgets in automatic transmissions that lock the torque converter in certain circumstances, such as at highway speeds.
All fasteners have a torque spec suggested by the manufacturer. You will find that information in the shop manual for the vehicle.
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 :)
this usually indicates an internal transmission problem, but possibly only the torque convertor, or torque convertor lockup solonoid, also, you want to check to make sure all of the motor & transmission mounts are good.
The "lockup torque converter" could be engaging too soon. Take it to a transmission shop to have it diagnosed.
No. You have a 32RH transmission. It is a 3-speed automatic with a lockup torque converter, no overdrive gear.
The lockup solenoid does not control OD shift. The lockup solenoid controls torque convertor lockup. Torque converter lockup isn't a gear at all, but a fuel saving function that kicks in when you are cruising, which is a clutch in the torque converter that locks down and overrides the fluid coupling so you dont loose engine engine torque due to the normal fluid coupling of the torque converter. In effect, it overrides the torque converter completely, and provides a direct drive from the engine to the input shaft of the transmission. TC lockup does occur in OD, but it is a separate function. OD is achieved in the AX4N when the OD band holds the front planetary sun gear stationary. This is done by the OD servo and piston assembly, when fluid is directed there through a valve in the valve body. You could have a problem in any of those areas causing you not to have OD.
It could be that the torque convertor is locked and not slipping which it should do as the normal operation
The lockup should be farily smooth, if you hear a grinding noise, you have somethng wrong with the torque convertor or transmisssion. If the car has a lot 150k or so it's time to see a good transmission shop.
Yes but, the 92 is non lockup and the 93 is a lockup torque converter.
The torque convertor uses transmission fluid and is filled by the transmission's internal pump. When you start out with a new convertor, it's a good idea to put a quart of fluid in before installing it on the transmission. When the transmission dipstick shows full, the convertor is also full. An empty torque convertor holds several quarts, depending on the size.
No, there is not.
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The TC designation indicates the presence of a torque convertor clutch on that particular vehicle. This automatic system is intended to improve traction in slippery conditions.
It is easier to do if you install the torque convertor to the transmission and then attempt to bolt it to the flywheel. You will have to turn the convertor or flywheel to line up the bolt holes.
on a 200r4 or 700r4 its on the side of the transmission.
Hey Shannon==The torque convertor solonoid is probably bad. Take it to the trans shop and have it checked out. GoodluckJoe+
test the temp sensor. Check spark plugs,plug wires,torque convertor. test the temp sensor. Check spark plugs,plug wires,torque convertor.
Lower trans temps and improved fuel economy.
You Will Need To Give More Information On Your Question. Are You Talking Of The Torque Convertor Lockup Sensor (transmission item) The doors and locks, the ABS brakes. Need More Info. To many sensors called lock up or near that name.
wide wide range of play here!!! type of car,make year all play in part to your question but bout 500 to 3000.dollars
UNPLUG IT! I DID & HAVE HAD NO PROBLEMS YET & THAT WAS A YEAR AGO!!
Rear end of the engine - front end of the transmission
no there is still fluid in the torque convertor,lines & cooling tank
10 to 10 1/2 qts.