If the 1997 Nissan Altima with an automatic transmission is shifting gears too early, it could be that the shift solenoid for the transmission is faulty. Both the shift solenoid and the speed sensor on the transmission should be checked.
The transmission computer uses sensors located on both the engine and transmission for shift timing.
Both sending and receiving NICs must agree on transmission speeds.
no they have both manual and auto
WE HAVE A 2002 AND THOUGHT OUR TRANSMISSION WAS GOING BAD. WE TOOK IT TO ADVANCE AUTO STORE AND THE ATTENDANT PLUGGED IN THE HANDHELD COMPUTER. SURE ENOUGH IT CAME UP BUT WAS CALLED A SHIFT SENSOR. THERE ARE 2 ON OURS BUT ONLY ONE SHOWED UP BAD. WE REPLACED BOTH AT THE SAME TIME. WE HAVE NOT HAD A PROBLEM SINCE. THE AUTO STORE ATTENDANT SHOULD BE ABLE TO TELL YOU WHERE IT IS LOCATED. MY HUSBAND REPLACED BOTH WITH NO PROBLEMS.
Yes, a transmission from a 98 Sebring will work in a 97 Sebring. This is because they are both a 2.5 liter engine and both are auto sticks.
Both A And B are in the transmission you can see both side by side when you remove the pan.
This is commonly cause when the transmission is replaced and the shift linkage is not hooked up properly. Find the shift cable on your transmission and disconnect it, then put your shifter into park. The transmission linkage needs to be put in park as well. Now that both the transmission and your shifter are in park, you can adjust the cable accordingly and reconnect it. This should solve your problem.
Yes, they're both M20 engines, as long as both engines share the same type of transmission- auto or manual etc.
A turbo 400 is an automatic transmission, so yes, it will shift itself, unless someone has put in a manual valve body or transmission brake -- both of which are mainly used by racers.
Low fluid/low pressure or both. If not internal clutches/bands.
they used more than one type transmission but it should work if both are auto or both are manual