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Old 04-11-2019, 02:02 AM   #1
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automatic problem, sticky valve?

I have this problem already a few years and it does not seem to get worse.

When I start driving the 2nd to 3th gear slips upto 2500-3000 revs and then changes but it only does this once. After this 1 time slip it changes gears without problems. Car only done 72.000km ( 2008 focus 1.6 petrol )

I know this problem and so I let drop the revs and then it changes gears normally.

I spoke with a mecanic about it and he said it aint the solenoids but a valve. He showed some metal pin in an open autmatic gear box and that the whole part should be changed for a revised one.

I try to find more information and photos about this and see if its that what the mecanic said and how to solve this.



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