The transmission shifting is late because the kick-down cable needs to be adjusted. The kick-down cable is usually found on the throttle lever with the throttle cable.
check for a failed vacuum modulator or a vacuum leak to the vacuum modulator. It sounds like you are shifting on the governor or engine management unit.
They were manual transmission's Automatics did not really hit the scene until the late 1950s
You can check the fluid level of the transmission but it's probably to late for that, the transmission is kaput!
This transmission is notorious for shifting late, or not up-shifting at all.Here's a quote from "How Stuff Works."Link: http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1990-to-1994-chevrolet-cavalier-6.htm"Automatic transmission: TH-125 automatic transmissions may shift late or not upshift at all. The problem is a stuck throttle valve inside the transmission. (1990-94)."I had this problem with my 1994 Z24. But it went away (for now) when I replaced the O2 sensor and had the vacuum lines taped up (they were cracked).I also had a problem where the RPMs would go up and down (550-800) when at idle; but only after the engine had time to heat up.
I have a 1999 Dodge Caravan SE, While I am driving things are alright, but when slowing down to a stop the transmission downshift late. What causes thisand is there anything I should be concerned about. Recently, I put some more transmission fluid in . could I have overfilled it?This should help:Complete automatic transmission failure is obvious because the car will not move at all when shifted into forward or reverse. Usually the symptoms of impending automatic transmission failure are not quite as dramatic, and can be inspected by a mechanic to determine if the transmission needs replacing or if there is any chance the problem can be repaired.Delayed ShiftingOne common symptom of automatic transmission problems is delayed shifting when the vehicle is cold, particularly for reverse or first gear. Loss of One GearSometimes one gear will go out entirely while the others still function. If fourth or reverse gear fails, for instance, the vehicle at least can be driven to a shop. Unusual Shifting SpeedsShifting may take place at unusual speeds, earlier or later than it should. The speed where shifting takes place also may keep changing. Noise and JerkingAny noise while shifting is a symptom of automatic transmission failure, and so is rough, jerky shifting. Odd MovementIf the vehicle tries to move while in park or neutral, it most likely has automatic transmission failure. Shift Lever IssuesIf the shift lever is difficult to move, this indicates transmission problems as well.
Depends if you have a manual or automatic. Manual transmission, no, there is no transmission computer. For an automatic transmission, the engine computer and transmission computer are one unit typically called an ECM, Engine control module. There are many different names for and ECM. Ford started using computer controlled transmissions in the early 90's and late 80's.
if you have waited until you have transmission problems to change the fluid, you have waited too late...........
Possible bad trnsmission filter. Replace filter. HAve you checked the fluid level? or added the wrong fluid?
It is a automatic transmission that was used in General Motors automobiles In the mid fifties to the late 60's. In the present the power glide is used in drag racing.
check transmission fluid then go to transmission mechanic. problem may be in computer and be a simple fix
it seams when it got hot it shifted but it stop shifting
my truck has a 700r transmission in my 4+4
There is NO difference. As long as there both the same KIND and are out of a truck.
If it has a sport mode switch, normally next to the shifter with a 'S' on it, release it. Check the gearbox fluid level. Get the brake bands, filter and pump checked.
You need to drain the transmission to see what fluid it has. In the late 80's and early 90's Isuzu put either Gear lube or Automatic transmission fluid in the 5 speed transmissions.
Ford 5R55S Automatic 5 Speed Transmission 1st gear 3.22 to 1 2nd gear 2.29 to 1 3rd gear 1.55 to 1 4th gear 1.00 to 1 5th gear .71 to 1 (This is a late model Ford Mustang Transmission) * not to be confused with 5R55E, 5R55N, 5R55W they have different gear ratios
Dexron 6 works for a 2005 Isuzu NPR.But PLEASE NOTE that for late 2007 and up, NQR and NPR Imported Trucks come with a new type of automatic transmission that requires an inexpensive silicone-based transmission fluid.It is a must that you use a silicone-based fluid such as Isuzu SCS Automatic Transmission Fluid -- Isuzu part # 2-90531-200-0. If you don't use the proper fluid, it will burn up your transmission in a matter of a day. You cannot use regular automatic transmission fluid or a petroleum based fluid like Dexron in the NQR or NPR trucks built after late 2007.This fluid is not expensive at all, it costs about the same as Dexron.
A Camry transmission will experience late shifts if the fluid is low or the bands are worn. This is an early sign of failure.
Did you install Honda fluid? If not then you need to drain it again and install genuine Honda fluid. Honda uses a special fluid and the use of any other fluid will cause shifting problems. One other point is that Hondas are a little different on how you check the fluid. Since an over-filled transmission will go bad, you'll want remember these two important steps: First, the easiest way is to check your Honda's transmission fluid is when the engine is cold & not running. Never check & adjust the fluid level when the engine is running & the transmission is hot. . .you'll over-fill it. Second, push the dipstick down into the lock position when checking: if you don
This depends on the year of the truck - Pull out the transmission dip stick clean it and it will tell you. Dexron works for Isuzu NPR models up to early 2007.But PLEASE NOTE that for late 2007 and up, NQR and NPR Imported Trucks come with a new type of automatic transmission that requires an inexpensive silicone-based transmission fluid. It is a must that you use a silicone-based fluid such as Isuzu SCS Automatic Transmission Fluid -- Isuzu part # 2-90531-200-0. If you don't use the proper fluid, it will burn up your transmission in a matter of a day. You cannot use regular automatic transmission fluid or a petroleum based fluid like Dexron in the NQR or NPR trucks built after late 2007.This fluid is not expensive at all, it costs about the same as Dexron.
4L60E, more specifically the Early Model 4L60E, in 1999 gm introduced the Late model 4L60E, which had a redesigned case that is not compatible with the early model 4L60E
1951 was the first year Ford/Mercury offered an automatic transmission. They are called "ford-O-Matic" or "Merc-O-Matic". They are relatively rare. The alternative is using a late-model Ford C-4 trans or a Turbo 350, with an adapter kit. These kits are available from "Flat-o" and transmission adapters dot com. and probably more sources. Good luck!
in the late 1880s
The automatic soap dispenser is one of the most popular automatic bathroom products. It was invented in the late 1980s by Guey Chaun-Shiau, and patented in 1991.