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I have a kia mentor with 46000 miles on the clock and the auto gearbox will not change up in to forth gear and the gear changes are not as smooth as i would exspect it to be i have how ever noticed that the engine management light has come on

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  • revillg May 03, 2009

    I have a 1997 kia mentor and the auto gearbox has a mind of it's own and the "hold" light will flash indicating an electrical problem. What problem?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Engine starts, temperature light stays on, thansmission lever moves, but gear is not locked in.

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First thing to check is the transmission fluid, if the problem does not go replacing the fluid, then on a manual transmission you need to replace the transmission.
On an automatic transmission can be a problem with the control module or with a defective sensor.

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I have a 1999 kia mentor manual ive taken out the drivers side axle and a pin has locked down in the transmission how can it lift up so i can put the axle back in??

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