A will include major alterations and upgrades designed to make them both stronger and more durable. The full line pressure puts a good deal of extra load on the engine, and will usually effect the idle. Okay, the fluid and filter should be fine. Your first step should be to scan the computer for trouble codes. We have used Amsoil synthetic oil in it since I we have had it, both in the engine and transmission. No leaks under the , and the trans is totally dry all around.
The most common cause for this condition is the forward clutches have burned and are starting to weld themselves together. This type of failure is very premature! The two things I would look at are the front seal and the hub on the torque converter. Mine started today chugging and struggling to get out of 1st in to 2nd and then starts rolling like normaly. To properly correct this problem it would cost a small fortune and to sell it as is who will buy it. Hit all of the cruise control buttons and tapped the brake. I assumed it was a problem with the transmission.
The od light started blinking and when put in any gear the engine sounds like it is missing a few cylinders. A problem with the line modulator valve could also cause this, but it would usually effect more than one gear. Another cause could be a defective line modulator valve, but this would most likely cause a problem in all the other gears, too. And remember, the companies that re-manufacture transmissions are very easy contact. For it's age, 2002, this van is in decent cosmetic condition.
This sensor could cause erratic shifting. I had to pull off to the side of the road. The converter clutch is electronically controlled in this transmission. It is barely gripping, and cannot engage under load, but once the load decreases it can engage. We will answer your question by email, and post the question and answer here for anyone else that needs to know. Sounds like a computer glitch could possible be the problem.
Check out our step-by-step guide on how to diagnose and repair a transmission that shifts too hard. The 4R55E is no exception. Vehicle started accelerating as before. Help us help you, and others. Both problems will require the removal of the transmission from the vehicle. Complaint Number: 8022674 Incident Date: November 13, 2002 Date Added to File: November 13, 2002 Description of the Complaint: While driving the vehicle, the transmission bolt came loose and the fluid went out, causing pull out road. The safety recall began on May 11, 2009.
Please provide further information:: mr Complaint Number: 765568 Incident Date: July 26, 2002 Date Added to File: August 15, 2002 Description of the Complaint: Transmission does not shift down, jerks when you accelerate. Leaving the 1-2 accumulator retainer off would result in no second gear. What do you think is the cause? I had found out it was from a 2001 f-150 2wd pickup. Goin in reverse, it would go, but as soon as you take the foot of the gas, it would stop immediatly, plus very difficult until it would start rolling, I think this is called engine breaking. That's the reason I want to cancel the purchase of this car.
It could be caused by a fault solenoid, a stuck valve or a worn clutch inside the torque converter. Normally this is caused by a transmission slip code. There is also a 1-2 accumulator retainer that is held in by a snap ring that should definitely be reinstalled. Figure out how to get it back in motion here! Complaint Number: 10048328 Incident Date: November 2, 2003 Date Added to File: November 19, 2003 Description of the Complaint: While driving consumer heard noise coming from the front of the vehicle when accelerating. Both front seats are power and working at present.
The two most likely to fail are the transmission pressure control solenoid and the torque converter solenoid. Can the final drive ratio be affected by anything in the transmission? I actually thought I blew a tire. So now I am very gunshy naturally everytime I drive it. Hello, Do you have any idea what would cause this transmission to do a slow downshift between 4 and 3 at highway speeds? It seems to be very erratic, sometimes you can make a 300 mile trip witout any problems, and other times it will neutral out 3 or 4 times on a 10 mile trip. I don't understand why there can not be a recall in regards to this problem.