A possibility is that the idle air throttle control is probably sticking. It is on top of the throttle body. I recommend replacement, this should fix your problem. Your question raises more questions: What do you mean by 'kick down'? Are you talking about the Transmission not kicking down? If so.. probable problem is the Throttle Position Sensor on the opposite side of the throttle bellcrank. Otherwise, if you are meaning the rpm wont kick down to normal, then there is a good chance you have a vacuum leak or, as said above, the ISC is gummed up or defective. To check for vacuum leak, disconnect ALL vacuum accesory tubing at the manifold EXCEPT for the Fuel pressure regulator. Plug those manifold ports and try it. Other possibilities are binding throttle cable/ trans cable at the throttle. DO NOT adjUst that throttle stop screw!!!!
My 1990 thunderbird is stuck in second gear.Before it was jerking after it would get warm,then it would not stop until u let it cool down then it would be find for awile.
no....the answer is no. sure you can all the 95s have the same trans would be a direct swap
antifreeze is intended only for an engine, not for a transmission. there is coolant FOR a transmission, i would say that there would not be sufficient cooling for the transmission. it would probably overheat.
You would have to take out the engine and then it would make it easy to take the transmission of of the engine.
The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.
That would be a 4L60E transmission.
No it would not. Transmission performance does not affect the engine. But engine performance does affect the transmission.
No, the engine is not dependent on the transmission or transmission fluid in order to start & run.
With enough money anything is possible. It would not be a direct fit.
That would be the 4L80E transmission.
The belt from the mower engine to the transmission would be called a drive belt.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
what will cause a transmission in a 1992 buick lasebre to shrudderas and stall engine
On a 2002 Ford Thunderbird : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the 3.9 liter V8 engine Sensor 1 would be close to the engine BEFORE the exhaust enters the catalytic converter
It would be a 46RH
No, but it could cause higher then average wear on the transmission.
the most likely culprit would be engine and possibly transmission mounts have went bad and allow the engine and transmission to move more than they should.
the transmission needs to be lubricated in order to preform prospectively as the engine was made, because most engine's a range of miles as traveled on that is why you have on your dash board in your vehicle of how many it traveled so that fluid maintain it and keeps it form overheating .there is a indicator in you vehicle that show the transmission temperature in your car you would want to keep it at below half 45 percent at most and if higher put some transmission fluid in your vehicle.
That would be a 4L80E automatic transmission.
A better question is why would you want to put a ranger transmission on a mustang
The year, make and model would help us help you.
The transmission is programed to shift at slightly higher points when the A/C is on. The reason is that the A/C compressor takes a noticable bite out of available horspower. The higher the shift points, the higher in the HP range the engine gets, causing more "crisp" shifts.
Yes, but only from the same generation.
I would assume it means a "short block" engine, as opposed to a "long block" engine used with manual transmissions.