There are a number of symptoms that signify a car needing transmission flush and fluid replenishment. These include transmission grinding, problems switching gears, and slipping gears.
my car has been slipping in the transmission would it be the that the transmission is bad or is the filiter and the transmission fluid needing changed?
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A transmission can be taken apart and rebuilt. Several factors could depend on whether the transmission has failed though. It could be as simple as needing more fluid.
I am needing to change the transmission fluid on my 2001 Dodge Durango, and I don't know where the location of the plug to drain the transmission fluid is at!
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Depends what is wrong with the transmission, and the condition. If it is something major like gears needing replaced ($250+), your looking at a lot more money. Possibly transmission fluid needs replaced for easier smoother shifting, which is no big deal ($5-10). Hopefully the whole thing will not need to be replaced or your looking at a few thousand dollars!
Seek professional help.
It could be due to your transmission about to go out or low on fluid or needing a transmission flush
Do not like the answer of using a diagnostic tool - thus, needing a dealer.
Possibly if you have issues needing immediate med attn. At the very least, cost will be much more.
A hard shift from first gear to second gear in the Honda Accord could be because of a linkage problem with the transmission. It could also be a problem with the transmission screen needing to be cleaned or low transmission fluid.
Engine will overheat and seize, needing a rebuild or even possibly a block if you run it long enough.
Transmission is on its last leg. The seals are needing to expand via heat; fluid is basically seeping by the seals until the parts expand enough to stop the leakage. It will continually get worse
i have never had to replace a transmission line due to wear, unless the line was actually rubbing on something and wore a hole thru it they basically last as long as the car
Normally if a transmission filter becomes clogged the pump will whine and usually the transmission will slip and possibly quit pulling after it gets full operating temp. When cold normally the transmission will pull fine and the pump will not whine as loud if it whines at all. The bad is that if the filter is stopped up damage has usually already been done and the debris is usually clutch material or metal. If I owned a auto with a 700R4 the first thing I would do is install a cooler and service the transmission. They have a overheating problem from the factory and that is why they have a locking dipstick and usually a rubber hose added to the vent on top of the transmission diverting the fluid away from the exhaust.
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Possibly. If your LPG motor is emitting those kind of fumes it is needing repair. They are noted for low emissions.
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We found out the answer to what we were needing. We found a piece that fell out when hubby was changing the transmission fluid. We found out that it is a useless plug that is not needed after all. Thought I would throw this out there in case it could help someone else.
The most common problem for the 1995 Cougar xr7 Transmissions is the shift selenoids and the TCM Transmission control modules needing to be reprogramed common fixes for the shift control module would be a transmission overhaul or replacement do to the fact of the shift control module is located inside of the transmission and as well another cost effective fix is to get the transmission control module reprogrammed.
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