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moreless in every gear if im not mistaking but as the car shifts to a higher gear its gets less and less but it makes the rpm move because of that....i am not sure if im explaining it right but the it shakes for sure. i did not pay really close attention if it does it odd gears only or not.
the shaking occures only in low rpm when i step on the gas it does not shake it kinds of slips or does not shift normal but it rpm stays low than goes up it does not engage or shift smoothly
i think so the service engine soon i never could remove it. its there fromt the beginning other warnning lights are the awc warning i can recor the rpm you can see what it does. give a couple of minutes
could you give your email for me to send the videos? i forgot to tell you you also here the grinding of the tranny does that tell you something?
when i stop accelerating and its slowing down you here the grinding
it looks like it slips but not always how does it does when its slipping maybe i can confirm to you in the case it is slipping.....here is the link i will upload two toher videos for you but this link you can see the rpm http://youtu.be/u3Nb788JmGc its only 4 secs but try looking at it. when it slips could you explain what it does? mileage 68600 but i placed a new second han tranny at about around 50000 miles
i think it does sometimes slips cause i feel at the rpm does it mean if have to chage oil ? or what? anothjer link https://youtu.be/DGO7t2U-ro8
the issue is that here on the island we dont have like specialist for the car if i got issue no one wants to dig in i think my best bet would be replacing the tranny for the 2nd time. this really disgusting! my hope was getting anything else done that could avoid me of that replacement!
i got one for for under 2000 dollars would it make sense buying it? i am planning to replace it and sell the car immediately. who can do the coding for me ? shoud it be shipped to the company to be coded or can they do it on the spot for me? or can i replace it without coding it?
Hi,If you are going to keep the car.... ship it to Shep or another transmission shop in the US that does full overhauls on these. It will end up costing about as much as putting a good quality (low miles etc) used unit in and you know it is already coded etc that way anyone can put it in, and it will be built to last.If you are going to just sell it once it is fixed, I would just get the absolute cheapest used on you can find with a guarantee on it so you know it isn't dead on arrival, throw it in and have it coded and move on.I am not aware of any over haul kits available for these... in general the only things publicly available are the clutches (upwards of $2000) and the mechatronic ($2000). The rest of the transmission is more or less a manual, so even at that any over haul parts would be hubs/sleeves/synchros/etc.... expensive parts that are not likely failed anyway.