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change the fluid filter and pan gasket first.

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Auto idle module may be bad or the idle valve on the engine may need to be cleaned.

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There will be a small amp fuse for this in with the other fuses. Use a test light to make sure the fuse is blown with key on test all fuses .The test light should light up on both sides of fuse if it is a good fuse.Only one side of fuse will light up for a bad fuse .Test light will have a clip on one end of a lead wire,clip it to a good known ground..The other end will be a sharp point. Use this to touch each side of each fuse to light the test light. NOTE some fuses will not light up at all on either side .These fuses are not hot unless activated such as lighting,this is normal.

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Sounds like the torque converter is locked,replacement of this will be needed .

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Check transmission fluid level, then look at transmission linkage. Some are in a place where they can be bumped around and knocked out of place. Tweek the shifter a little on both sides of the resting position when you shift. If the noise goes away. It is probably linkage related. If you can sample the tranny fluid, check for burnt smell and or metal flakes. Aamco will check it free but dont let them sell you repairs as preventative measures. They will try.

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throttle position sensor TPS is sensative to moisture.

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Have the transmission pressure tested to see if it is OK. The shift solenoids may be weak or the valve body may be worn enough to not allow pressure to build. You might just want to rebuild the transmission.

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Possible crack somewhere in the wheel itself. I'd be checking that wheel with a magnifying glass if had to. Put the spare on hat position first and see if squeak is gone.

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tires out of balance?

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When you say "change the fluid" you are talking about the transmission oil? When you did this what colour was it? If it was dark brown or black and had a burnt smell that is the surest sign that your transmission is cooked. If this is the case you actually finished the job by changing the fluid as the particles of clutch plate and metal particles from the gears were what was giving the transmission the friction to allow it to shift. By removing the particles and adding fresh lubricant, the transmission now slips. Which is why it won't stay in gear or change gears. You are going to need to have the transmission rebuilt, or depending on the damage to the gears possibly replaced. Given the age of the vehicle and the cost of the repair you will have to decide if you want to spend the money to fix it.

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if it starts using ether, it suggests a clogged fuel filter. You need to know what the true psi value is across the fuel rail. you can rent kit from major auto parts stores. be it remembered that many cars nowfays have 2 fuel filters- one in tank and one on frame or firewall. a quick check is back pump air through your fuel line till you hear bubbling. recheck fuel pressure and note diffetence. if it goes up you probably icked up larger debris on the screen.

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Remove the motor and then lift the window/regulator by hand. Prop it up with a piece of wood. That is how we do it.

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I need to know all the fault codes you have received on testing. I really doubt that any sensor is taking out the computer, worked this type of repair for 20+years and have never seen that happen, not once.

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The problem is likely your neutral switch on the side of the tranny. Wires may have melted and shorted to ground or switch itself may have terminal shorted to ground.

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Start by checking the fuses under the dash and under the hood. Could be a relay or a broken ground.

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Most likely you have a bad connection somewhere. Trace the battery cables and clean/tighten all terminals or try jumping to a different lug. You might also try removing the starter and jumping directly to the starter to verify that it is good.

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Hi. Anon.
It sounds like your IACV, ( Idle Air Control Valve), is bad. I would go to the parts store, if you can drive the vehicle and have them hook a scanner up to your vehicle, ( its free) and pull the codes for you. This will give you a better idea of what is happening with your engine. Hope this helps. Let me know.

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