Vacum line is off of the modulator. The modulator is located behind a plate on the passenger side of the tranny near the rear Cat. If there is fluid in the line, then you will most likely need to replace the modulator.
you have problems with your overdrive, or it may be a sensor on your transmission. I would recommend a simple transmission fluid change along with your transmission oil filter (it might be clogged) and a lot of times it fixes your sudden changes in gears.
Reverse is usually the first to go, followed by first gear. Time for a transmission rebuild.
it should cost about 300 bucks to rebuild transmission, but you are going to pay closer to 2100 bucks
it should be about $1600 based on my 1992 trans that was rebuilt
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take it off the engine and put it in a bucket of carb cleaner overnight and if this doesn't solve your problem you will have to get a rebuild kit and rebuild it.
If no forward or slipping forward suspect problem in the forward clutch and circuit. Reverse does not use the same applied components
A heck of a lot more than the vehicle is worth and you shouldn't buy a new one they had problems that's why your looking rebuild the old one and fix the problem that for couldn't or wouldn't other wise itll happen again
transmission leaks told it had to be rebuilt. took it to amco tansmission said 24 hundred.
86 toyota pickup steering gearbox problem
It is a problem because when it hits it destroys a place and it may cost a lot of money to rebuild that place and fix it up like it used to be.
Shift linakge out of adjustment or transmission needs a rebuild
I will rebuild that.
Have you thought about a $29.00 rebuild kit might take care of the problem?
Rebuild trans. Pay someone to do it too.
good question, how can you find instructions on this, i have same problem with a 91 xv750 and a 95 virago xv1100 . i dont know if the whole rebuild is done in the bowl by the float. or if you have to take apart the to also good question, how can you find instructions on this, i have same problem with a 91 xv750 and a 95 virago xv1100 . i dont know if the whole rebuild is done in the bowl by the float. or if you have to take apart the to also
Rebuild 2,but they should make another one ''Rebuild 3''
sounds like you need a serious rebuild the rings and or valve guides are shot.
What ever it cost you for a motor rebuild. It varys from shop to shop.
They might not rebuild them.
You can't rebuild the sled
Schools get money from terrorists to rebuild
Normally a timing chain will last the life of the engine and is replaced during a complete engine rebuild. No maintenance is normally required.
yes you can rebuild a knocking motor. its best to rebuild it from block up and it may get pricy but its worth it
I guarantee you dont have the tools to rebuild one. Unless you work in a machine shop. You need to buy a re-manufactured one. But what makes you think it has a problem. I have 2 of them with over 300 thousand K's on one.