I believe so..tahts what my dad found in my car..and we're working to fix it...because it will shift once above 4500 rpm..but only because of pressure in the transmission....causeing it to naturally shift as if you we're flooring it.
this one of the best answers ive seen on here hes actually 100% corect in this answer,altough there are other senarios that can create this same condition
No, the fuel would still be pumped to the engine but it would be at the wrong pressure at the injectors.
kickdown linkage needs adjusted
i there a switch on a saturn that would cause it not to start Yes the neutral safety switch.
You may have a faulty expansion valve. It may prevent compressor from running long enough to cool your car.
Change the wine without a question. May even offer the new bottle for free. The faulty (corked, vinegar like) wine can be used in the kitchen.
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
A faulty pump, a faulty switch, a faulty release valve on the drain pipe.
A faulty fan motor, A faulty fan motor relay, A faulty coolant temp sensor, A faulty ECM, (most unlikely),
Faulty intake manifold gasket or faulty head gasket.
A faulty alternator, a faulty belt tensioner.
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A Grand Caravan would have the 41TE transmission which does not have a throttle or kickdown cable.