|07-06-2015 08:10 AM|
|amc49||At 183,000 miles the odds are that anything wrong there will be from wear rather than electrical..............several places for that to happen at high miles on these.|
|07-05-2015 10:28 PM|
|06-18-2015 04:36 AM|
Someone has obviously never checked the success rate of even the best trans shops around, they themselves have maybe only a 50% success rate and why they commonly replace the entire trans now, they cannot find out what is wrong with them and very common.
|06-18-2015 12:56 AM|
Go ahead & throw a set of "coil pigtails" on that duratec, not likely to solve anything unless mice chewed them off but what do we know?
Oops - gave you an answer you didn't want....
|06-18-2015 12:07 AM|
I haven't created my own thread on it because half the people couldn't work under a good shade tree, another quarter are professional focus genius wannabes that all say... read through the posts, and the other quarter say something they heard once from a guy they know about a story their best friends uncle told them about a ford escort that they worked on once.
But, at least the thread on transmission fluid changes was informative. Thanks!
|06-02-2015 09:57 AM|
|JONNY750||Thanks I did placed it neutral saw the timing marks and replace it with the marks aligned|
|06-02-2015 05:22 AM|
|amc49||It has to be adjusted properly too.|
|06-01-2015 09:16 PM|
|JONNY750||Does not always shift hard out of first|
|06-01-2015 09:00 PM|
2001 zx3 shifts hard out of 1st. any ideas
had po705 code replaced range module still the same
Thanks for time
|04-26-2015 12:10 AM|
Drove it again tonight. Definitely 2-3. Only happens under lighter acceleration. Moderate acceleration or heavy acceleration it shifts clean - Intuition would say a pressure problem. Higher rpm = higher pressure?
Sold my '67 Chevelle for $1500 in 1981. Shoulda put it in a barn...
Also put a 400 small block in a Datsun pickup but that's another story for another forum - LOL...
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