Hey RussIt is probably that the throtle cable is miss adjusted or the modulator has oil in the line indicating a bad modulator. GoodluckJoe. GoodluckJoe
There isn't a modulator.doesn't use them. Check trans electrical codes, maybe bad reading on output sensor or solenoid. Always check for codes first. Can save a lot of work and $. Dan the tranny man.
I had a very similar problem and it turned out to be the Output Shaft Speed Sensor.
It sounds like your having a transmission problem. There is a lot of things that could cause this in a transmission, including a bad siloniood or it could be a clogged filter.
A transmission in a 2000 3500 full size van may not downshift because the speed sensor on the transmission is bad. It may also not downshift because the filter and fluid need to be changed in the transmission.
You don't. Most Honda transmission have a non-serviceable filter that is located inside the transmission. The transmission must be disassembled to get at the filter. It is designed to last the life of the transmission. By the time the filter is clogged, the transmission needs overhauling.
Yes, I just had a clogged filter for my 05 corolla changed along with the filter.
It is on the bottom of the transmission, inside the oil pan.
Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.
it is located in the pan
low transmission fluid clogged fluid filter
It is the spin on style filter inside the transmission pan.It is the spin on style filter inside the transmission pan.
under the tranny filter
Drop the transmission oil pan
The life of the gas filter is expired when your car suffers from fuel problem-clogged gas filter wont let your start your engine!!!
Yes. If problem persists after dropping the transmission pan, replacing the filter and fluid (approx 4 qts) then you need your transmission scanned at a reputable transmission shop that has a good scanner to read any codes your transmission has set.
1. Low transmission fluid. Check this first. 2. Old transmission fluid and clogged filter. 3. Worn clutches inside transmission.
Most likely causes are low transmission fluid level, dirty transmission fluid, or clogged transmission fluid filter.
Check the transmission fluid level. If it is ok, then the filter may be clogged. If not, then it will need to be taken to a transmission shop.
Your transmission's filter may be clogged, you may be low on transmission fluid, or the transmission may need repair or replacement. If the transmission was full of fluid, I would suggest a transmission flush, or replacing the transmission filter and fluid. If this doesn't help the transmission may actually be damaged and may need repair or replacement.
if it wont downshift it sound like transmission problems
There is an internal clutch failure.
A fuel filter that is clogged.
6 quarts filter service. Aprox 12 quarts dry fill. Answer #2 Filter service is about 3 1/2 - 4 qts.
Possibly a Clogged transmission filter. Change the fluid and filter.
It sure will. When you suspect a clogged filter, replace it.
Depend what filter you are referring to. A filter being clogged is the whole point of having one; it is to filter out impurities rather than let them damage the machine they are protecting.
If its an automatic transmission it may be time to have the fluid and filter change, when it gets old and dirt it can make the transmission behave bad. Also look at the engine air filter when they are dirty or clogged it can make the tranny behave oddly.