Try changing fluid and filter. i did that to mine when it started acting just like that and slipping....the filter runs about 7 bucks and the trans fluid about 15.....solved it for a bit but still slips....moneysaver till you can replace it tho.
it doesnt work when i type in my id why it doesnt work for me also
no it doesnt, it has a timing chain. i doesnt need replacing as often as belt.
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This is often from a dead battery.
if replacing the battery doesnt fix it.
If it is automatic....check the cable.
it doesnt have one.
A manual transmision doesnt use transmision fluid
Jeep doesnt use inertia/reset switches.
9 times out of 10 it's a computer issue.
It doesnt have a cam belt its a chain
well sometimes it can be because of the computer doesnt recieve signal
Synchros in a manual transmission are used to slow down the gear before it is engaged so it doesnt grind
Not true, it has a filter.
on the bottom of the fuel pump in the tank doesnt need replacing
you can try replacing the ruber seal but to be honest the best way is to silicon it shut so it doesnt open or leak! you can try replacing the ruber seal but to be honest the best way is to silicon it shut so it doesnt open or leak!
It doesnt have one like many cars and trucks. Its a completely sealed transmission.
The transmission doesnt have a modulator. Shift points and pressures are controlled by the PCM.
When your car doesnt move anywhere when its in gear just like any other transmission
it is better now it doesnt have any slaves and better buildings it very peaceful
its your transmission. try flushing it and using lucas...if that doesnt work you need a new transmission... :(
typically it is done around 100,000 miles. If it doesn't have a sealed transmission (which the metro doesnt) you should change the fluid.
It doesnt have carburetor it have injectors u should check the fuel filter
No, I doesnt fit. Check the tail of the 1997 and there is a speed sensor. The 2003 doesnt have it.