Sort of - depending on model .What motivated you to ask the question ? are you having delayed up-shift points in relation to speed ? or no kickdown from Top Gear ? etc .Does your trans(looking to rear) front center lower on bellhousing, just inside engine bay behind radiator , have a series of 4 solenoids stacked vertically ? (don't worry) this just helps identify the trans during a year model trans type cross-over ,depending on which market.Main influence is a correctly adjusted throttle to trans cable (for example on earlier series 2 prelude/accords '84- mid '87 cable adjusted one way will give "short-shifts" at lower revs up into the next gear,into top(4th) aiding economy, adjusted another way will delay part throttle upshifts at any given rev point in relation to road speed - giving a more sporty 'hold onto a lower gear' shift pattern,at full throttle from standing start.
Maladjusted can cause problems , is fixable,but, model depending , may not be only cause of 'non-standard' shifting (slipping/soft "flaring" shifts/worn trans aside) hope this helps.Don't fiddle with anything you don't understand your fiddling with.
There again,much to trans shop/dealer chargrin,don't accept a "full trans rebuild" when adjustment,broken vacuum hose etc or honest shop/learned mechanic ('ask Smokey') check would fix.Goodluck(if this was a genuine question) - that will be $200 inspection fee please :-P
gears are slipping or not enuff fluid in transmission
My friends car did the same exact thing. It could be your transmission sensor. I am not exactly sure what the sensor is called but it has to do with the way it shifts. Overdrive sensor maybe?
Sensor to replace is at tail end of automatic transmission. This is called the speed sensor. It may be plug in or have a long tail on the wiring. Check which one you have. easy replacement.
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yes there is
to my knowledge the speed sensor is just for reading the speed of the vehicle alone...bands and fluid are primary reasons for a transmission to not shift properly. if the fluid is old and worn down or there is not enough fluid in the transmission it will not shift properly and if the bands are worn from high mileage or any other reason it could mean needing a rebuild to replace them.
It controls the transmission shifts.It controls the transmission shifts.
time for rebuild of the tran.
It controls the shifts of the transmission.
The Chevy Cavalier vehicle can be either an automatic or a stick shift. You can switch an automatic over to a stick shift by switching out the transmission.Ê
If you shift manually, you have a manual transmission. If your car shifts for you, you have an automatic.
Park for automatic transmissions, and Neutral for stick shifts.
there isn't a difference cause theres no such thing as a automatic or manual engine. there is such thing as a manual transmission aka trans. and a automatic trans. the automatic shifts by hydrolic pressure that increases when acclurating. and a manual trans the person driving the vehical shifts the gears with a lever. i hope that's what you wanted to know.
my trans shifts late it dosent slipp shifts hard to get into 1st and 2nd after that she goes right into 3rd then 4th normally i was wondering if there is a shift sensor to tell the trans when to shift
An automatic transmission is a type of car transmission that shifts gears on its own. Therefore, cars with automatic transmissions will not have a clutch pedal and will have a selector lever as opposed to a shift knob.
In a true automatic the gears are applied and released by hydraulic pressure, usually in a special oil. The control system is either an analog hydraulic computer (called a valve body) or on newer cars and trucks an electronic computer that controls the hydraulics.
You push in the clutch and shift. But some are automatic and it shifts itself. Hands free!
If you are asking the function of a modulater valve,it is to smooth out the shifts in an automatic transmission.
could be MAF sensor or trans
An automatic transmission is a mechanical transmission which shifts gears automatically in response to speed and/or load rather than requiring someone to do so manually.
I think you mean a clutch, and yes, all cars have clutches. in an automatic car, the clutch is controlled by the computer, just like the shifts.
A new valve body it's probably the easiest. If you do that you can have quicker, harder shifts and control when they happen. You can get more in depth then that and change clutches, gears and almost anything really.
No, but most of them are. You can find ones that are automatic at the mini cooper website.