You're losing pressure somewhere, it could be an o-ring, crack in the valve body, a valve not closing all the way. Do you have another valve body you can swap out?
I have a 2004 Ford F150 Heritage with 186,000 miles. After a warm-up, as I brake the truck shutters as it comes to a stop and then stalls. I can restart the engine, but unless I rev the engine as I shift to drive, the truck stalls again. Is this problem the torque converter, one of the sensors (I've replaced the 2-speed sensors) or the trans itself?
I have a 2004 Honda Pilot with 262,000 miles on it. For the past four years, maybe once or twice a season it would slip out of drive after a stop. It either shifted to 2nd gear, or turn off. Restarting the car would remedy the problem, and then it would not happen again for weeks or months. This past year, it happened a few times, and then not for days. Lately, it's happened quite often until I had my power steering pump replaced. Since then, it has happened only once or twice. Does this make any sense?
I have Lexus ES 2011. The auto transmission is having some issues with hanging and then suddenly shifting with a slight jerk move from 2nd to 3rd or 4th gear. This happens in between 40, sometimes 60 to 65 KM/H. Also, the RPM needle sometimes goes slightly up or down in a shaky movement by itself. Any suggestions about what it could be?
I have a 2012 CRV. Five weeks ago, I had a bad skid on ice and hit a steel grate built into the sidewalk. This caused approx 9000 dollars in damage to the tires, wheels and suspension systems. I just picked the car up, and it is jerking when I drive about 30-35 mph. When I drive from 45-50 mph, it stops. Is this a transmission problem, and could I have caused it when I hit that grate?
I just changed the fluid in an automatic transmission. It didn't seem to have any type of slipping, but it does now. I know a lot of times it will break down pre-existing stuff and cause problems. My question is, is it possible that it's just working the new fluid into the transmission? Maybe there were air pockets from when I drained it, and it's possibly filling them?
I have a 2003 Impala which I had a rebuild done on in February 2016. Now (out of warranty) the car fires up and goes into any gear without hesitation for about 30 seconds then makes a noise and all of the gears go out. I turn the car off and restart it and then it will again work for about 30 seconds?
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