Probably a bad idle air control valve.
My trusted transmission shop says don't touch the transmission fluid or filter until you have a problem! Otherwise if you start messing with it you will cause a problem. His advice has worked for me for 100k miles or more on all my cars!
If the transmission is in neutral and the engine is racing would indicate that your throttle body cable is binding somewhere. Check the assembly, check by the gas pedal. I have checked with a dealer on the same problem. I have a 96 sc2 and it does the same thing. They told me it idles down due to the engine computer. They said if it is cold outside it will idle high like this. Once it started getting warm outside mine stopped doing this. Please let me know if you have found out anything. -email@example.com Mine was doing the same thing. I changed the temp sensor and it worked. yours is probably cracked.
A flashing D4 light indicates a problem with the transmission. It may just need the transmission fluid changed or it may be a more serious problem. I Recommend you seek professional help and do not drive this vehicle until you get the problem repaired or you may do serious damage to the transmission.
Check transmission fluid level Could be a bad transmission pump
It makes that sound until the oil pressure builds and can lubricate the tappets or valves. shouldn't be a problem.
If the transmission would not shift, YOU would not go at 60 Miles Per Hour.....
Could be a problem with the overdrive function of the transmission.
Slight problem with your question... There is no such thing as a 2002 ford Probe :( last model year for the ford probe = 1997.
Yes. The U in until is a short U, and the I has a short I sound as well.
throttle speed set screw is next to throttle linkage on driver side. Check for a vacuum leak first. I had the same problem on a 4.0 wrangler
I am sure your trans level is fine this is very normal problem with 46re transmission cold weather equals thick oil which makes higher pressure, until warmed up then pressure decreases, no noise its a valve body issue there is no real fix and there is no real problem either
There is no dip stick on this vehicle for the transmission. There is a plug you remove that you fill it in one hole until it pours out the cap on the front of the transmission. You are supposed to remove the plastic cap before filling and then replace it with a new one. I always reuse the old one never had a problem.
It means you have an electronic transmission control problem. Quite possibly a shift solenoid in the transmission. It will be impossible to determine a fix until the system is scanned and diagnosed to find out what is wrong. It could be your vehicle speed sensor.
PS: I was told this is a sensor problem by my brother who had the same problem. the car wont move until the temp gage reaches 195. it then works and shifts fine.
A 1998 Accent that doesn't shift into Overdrive until driven a few miles probably has a transmission slippage problem. It could also mean the transmission is low on fluid, or the fluid and transmission screen need to be changed.
Had problem with 86 Lincoln not shifting properly when cold. I assumed it was because the fluid was thicker and would be more affected by a clogged filter. I had the transmission flushed and the filter cleaned and it worked perfectly from then on.
Spray down the throttle body outside to clean it & prevent anything from sticking there. Then while the engine is running spray inside intake as long as possible without stalling the engine. This should do it.
While it may be okay to put Bars into your transmission system. It is NOT recommended. Eventually the stop leak material builds up in you shift valve passages and causes your transmission to enter "Limp Mode". This makes your transmission run poorly until you get it serviced which can cost quite a bit more than just fixing the original problem properly.
The transmission is shot. It probably also makes a really high pitched sound at low speeds? You need a new transmission or a rebuild.
Most home alarm systems will sound until they are turned off, or until the power fails.
Most home alarm systems will sound until turned off, or until the power fails.
The transmission needs fluid to propel the car. If there's no fluid, you're going nowhere. Fill it up, and find the source of the leak. It could be a transmission seal, or maybe it's as simple as a damaged line from the rad. Don't try to move the vehicle at all until the transmission is full of fluid. You could burn out the transmission, causing a very costly repair.
They sit down and wait for hours until they get the answer for their problem They sit down and wait for hours until they get the answer for their problem
It is inside of the transmission bellhousing, You can't see it until you remove the transmission.