A grand caravan would have the 4 speed transmission, which is not cable controlled. It is all electronic.A grand caravan would have the 4 speed transmission, which is not cable controlled. It is all electronic.
Idle speed too high.
The manual trans would be the AX5 5 speed fully synchronized.
A 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L would have a 545rfe transmission.
Would this cause the car not to start If the EGR VALVE is bad
If you remove the pan on the bottom of the transmission you will see the valve body. And if you are not sure of what you are doing, Then it would be best to leave it alone and let a transmission man look at it.
Most likely the VSS. Vehicle Speed Sensor. It is mounted on the side of the transmission.
The solenoid is inside the transmission, on the valve body. The circuit would include the computer, solenoid and wires in between.
1996 dodge grand caravan 3.0 transmission fail only in revers
yes it can be done but u have run some new plugs to the transmission
Typically, a bad "speed sensor" will provide an incorrect voltage input to the vehicles computer. That, in hand, would cause a problem in the speed-o-meter reading, as well as shifting problems.
I was not aware that the Grand Marquis came in a manual Transmission! If it was an Automatic Transmission I would say take it to a Transmission Shop and have it looked at.
That would be a 4L80E Transmission.
Probably the AISAN AW4
Pinched or blocked transmission cooling lines
That would be a car with a standard shift 6 speed transmission.
Can't do it. The engine and transmission cases are different from 2002 to 2007. You would have to buy a cassette kit or complete transmission to upgrade your 2002 to a 6 speed.
It would either be a 4 or 6 speed, ( no 5speeds in 2008 )If you have the 2,4 or 3.3 engine it is a 4 speed.Other engines should have the 6 speed.It would either be a 4 or 6 speed, ( no 5speeds in 2008 )If you have the 2,4 or 3.3 engine it is a 4 speed.Other engines should have the 6 speed.
A very common cause would be the output speed sensor. It is on the driver side rear of the transmission.A very common cause would be the output speed sensor. It is on the driver side rear of the transmission.
Use the bleeder valve to bleed the system.
The VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) would be found on the right rear of automatic transmission or transfer case. If it is a standard it would be found on the left rear of the transmission.
You would have to take out the engine and then it would make it easy to take the transmission of of the engine.
It might be that your pcv valve is plugged or the egr valve is sticking.
There are several possibities, depending on how it's acting: valve stem seals, piston rings, leaking rocker gasket that allows oil to drip onto the exhaust manifold, leaking transmission vacuum modulator that dumps transmission fluid into the intake. If it's valve stem seal when you use the engine to slow down then when you speed up you'll get more smoke for a few seconds. If it's piston rings you'll often get more smoke whenever the engine is running. If it's the rocker gasket, it will smoke from the hood. If it's the transmission modulator, check the vacuum line from the transmission to see if there is oil in it.
on some cars there is a automatic transmission modulator valve that tell by vacuum when to shift gears. If that valve goes bad you will get tranny fluid in your lines.