They should have flushed the lines and cooler when they put it in. Was this done?AnswerChrysler products REQUIRE MOPAR ATF+ Transmission Fluid only. it is possible that the wrong fluid was put in. this is extremely common.
are we asuming its a Chrysler its not because of flushing or because of fluid.more than likely something internal of the trans is cominig apart friction disc,converter friction disc, maybe major mecanical failure of metal hardparts in side the transmission.dirt and stuff stuck inside the filter espcialy if its plugged is generally the sign of a trans.starting to ware extensivly in side
You don't. Most Honda transmission have a non-serviceable filter that is located inside the transmission. The transmission must be disassembled to get at the filter. It is designed to last the life of the transmission. By the time the filter is clogged, the transmission needs overhauling.
Yes, I just had a clogged filter for my 05 corolla changed along with the filter.
Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.
low transmission fluid clogged fluid filter
One of the reasons a transmission might not shift into overdrive could be a problem with the belt drive inside the transmission. Belt drives can be stretched over time. Another reason could be that the transmission fluid is low or very old or the filter is clogged.
no because your car can die or the transmission might slip. you can have a clogged Fuel Injectors , your fuel filter can be dirty and need to be replaced. In so rare cases if your car is jerking to hard it can resulted in a bad transmission.
What might cause your 2002 Silverado 4.8 to run rough under a load could be clogged fuel injectors or a clogged fuel filter. It might also run rough under a load because of a transmission sensor issue.
Yes. If problem persists after dropping the transmission pan, replacing the filter and fluid (approx 4 qts) then you need your transmission scanned at a reputable transmission shop that has a good scanner to read any codes your transmission has set.
1. Low transmission fluid. Check this first. 2. Old transmission fluid and clogged filter. 3. Worn clutches inside transmission.
You might have a sticking float. Might also check the fuel filter - it might be clogged.
might be a clogged fuel filter
Check the transmission fluid first to make sure that its full. If the transmission is high mileage then it might need a filter and fluid change. If the Filter is ok then the transmission might need a rebuild.
Most likely causes are low transmission fluid level, dirty transmission fluid, or clogged transmission fluid filter.
Check the transmission fluid level. If it is ok, then the filter may be clogged. If not, then it will need to be taken to a transmission shop.
Your 1987 Honda CRX might die at stops and have a low idle because of clogged fuel injectors or a clogged fuel filter. Sometimes a clogged air filter will also cause these problems.
Your transmission's filter may be clogged, you may be low on transmission fluid, or the transmission may need repair or replacement. If the transmission was full of fluid, I would suggest a transmission flush, or replacing the transmission filter and fluid. If this doesn't help the transmission may actually be damaged and may need repair or replacement.
Does it stay stuck in first gear? or does it change and when it changes does it seem to wanna slip... if it does shift and it shifts smoothly it might be the kick down lever that's going to the transmission... sometimes they can become rusty making the vehicle shift at much higher RPMs then normal, making you think that its the transmission. If its not that then it might be the bands, or servos... im not a transmission exspert, but I do know somethings about them... Also, it might be the filter... sounds weird, I know, but always check fluid levels and filter as well, a clogged filter or old fluid can make the transmission seem bad, when its actually just the fluid and filter... lots of things to consider... thanks, hope ive helped.
Change the filter, flush transmission, fresh filter and fluid' walla it might work! We did this,and still no drive.
Your Volkswagen Cabrio might lack power and feel restricted while accelerating because it has a clogged fuel filter or clogged air filter. It might also lack power because there is water in the fuel.
A fuel filter that is clogged.
Possibly a Clogged transmission filter. Change the fluid and filter.
It sounds like your having a transmission problem. There is a lot of things that could cause this in a transmission, including a bad siloniood or it could be a clogged filter.
the location of the transmission filter is inside the transmission and in order to replace the filter you need to drop the transmission and open it. the filter is not in the transmission pan like most older cars and can not be changed by some one that dosent know a little about how to rebuilt a transmission.it might be better to get the transmission flushed.
It sure will. When you suspect a clogged filter, replace it.
Depend what filter you are referring to. A filter being clogged is the whole point of having one; it is to filter out impurities rather than let them damage the machine they are protecting.