I put the car into reverse and hit the accelerator, and the car went nowhere. Possible there is still a fastener holding it. Give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. Upon research of this matter, multiple complaints regarding this issue have been previously discussed. So if your not sure wether to change the fluid or not then just go with the safe normal filter and fluid change, cheap piece of mind insurance that way. They replaced the bad with a new unit, Which they had to order.
I did some research and found that this problem is common on this year, model and make of car, due to the d-g ring in the transmission. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. This car has 100,000 miles and has been extremely well maintained as I have been the original owner. They may be worn, or the drum. Html scott this is a wide spread problem! With older cars early hydramatics, for example , you do not have to change the radiator and there ae no transmiss … ion lines, but in addition to changing the flywheel and driveshaft, you also have to add the linkage to the carburetor. Vehicle has less than 75000 miles. If you can't handle people hating on your car, don't post the pic.
. He told me that I would probably need to replace the transmission which I can not afford top do. It seems that the transmission has a defective part and that a high % of these are going bad. Once you figure out what is missing, it will be easier to diagnose. Need to buy parts for this project? They should not be allowed to get away with this type of negligence. Complaint Number: 10249013 Incident Date: March 6, 2008 Date Added to File: November 17, 2008 Description of the Complaint: My car suddenly, without warning has no reverse.
They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. I have researched this online noreverse. Now don't laugh with this one. If the shop owner blows you off and doesnt want the info your offering?? First, the bolts are special Torx head bolts that require special sockets to remove them. I researched the internet and see that a lot of folks are experiencing this problem.
Hope you can tell which is the front. This will be your best bet when diagnosing. You are going to have to narrow down the area the noise is coming from. Heavy traffic automatics rule and for some offroading with some of my trucks automatics rule. Go to a dedicated forum.
This combination of tools was the only way to reach the topmost bolt and remove it. August 1, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: It could be a faulty seal or transmission cooler line. They can help you find the right fluid. Also check out psi wiring harnesses, they've saved a bunch of peoples asses on swaps before. I actually have a tip!! August 29, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: It looks like a small fastener is missing. Could the fluid be low only done 58,000 from new or something more serious? If it were 30%, well, that's unacceptable to keep the car.
I now know they are not fair players. Finally, in general, I want to be come less dependent on others to do basic coding tasks on my car so I can continue with my hobby. March 16, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Not without a bunch of costs. It should pull away quite easily, so don't use the iron grip of death to pull it out or you could damage something. Some disagree with me Im sure saying its safe.
I once didit on a Datsun B210, taking advantage that I had to remove the autotrans to service an axle oil retaining ring. I put a 325i engine into a 325e chassis many years ago - ran a euro fuel injection system. It will cost as much as the car worth to replace the transmission. There are several steps you will need to perform prior to dropping your transmission: , , , , and. You don't necessarily have to change it but itsaves some headaches with the electronics end of it. These bolts will be very difficult to remove see Photo 3 for bolt locations. I would have transmissionfluid pressure checked.