Why my 1984 Nissan PU Z24 manual transmission makes a grinding noise during compression and when it goes fast but not if it goes at a low speed - 30 mph - Can anybody explain?
I've seen this once before. The transmission was run low on lubrication and the driving face of the main input drive gear was gaulded. At low speeds it wasn't as noticable. At higher speeds it would set up a grinding or loud growling sound. It was in all gears so I figured it was either the main input or output gears. It was cheaper to replace the transmission than worry about trying to rebuild this one.
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the problem you arehaving isn't with the transmission its with your radiator it has a crack in the side where transmission lines hook to you need a new radiator and id also do a complete transmission flush to explain whats it is your coolant is mixing with the transmission fluid in the radiator replace your radiator and you problems are gone after you flush the transmission that is id do that before i put the…
I wondered the same thing. The radiator doesn't only cool the engine coolant, It also cools the transmission fluid that comes from your transmission through the cooling lines. So your radiator has a crack somewhere and that would explain the transmission fluid leaking out. Hope that answers it. William @ JeepGrandCherokeeTransmission.com
an electric solenoid is used in an automatic transmission to open a port or valve to allow transmission fluid to enter , its basically a plunger with a wire winded around it , when a current is applied it moved in or out depending on design . an electromechanical field is created by the current and windings
As far as I can find daewoo does not have any serviceable transmission filters. If it had one it would be inside of the transmission pan like any other make of car. However since no auto parts store sells a trans filter for a daewoo (that I can find anyway). It's a safe conclusion that they do not have them for whatever reason. This would certainly explain why they had so many transmission problems.