Question about Cars & Trucks
TRANSMISSION SEEMS TO SLIP SOMETIMES BETWEEN 2800 TO 3200 RPMS. TRUCK IS 11 YEARS OLD AND JUST TURN 105K MILES. CONSISTANT OIL CHANGES EVERY 3000 MILES, AND TWO TRANSMISSION CHANGES AT 50K AND 100K. EVERY RECOMMENDED SERVICE HAS BEEN DONE BY A DEALER. WHAT COULD CURE THIS?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Service engine soon light
The MIL light AKA service engine soon light comes on to warn of a malfunction in the emission control system or a problem with electronic engine controls like fuel control, there will be one or more trouble codes stored in the PCM (powertrain control module) to show what system or sensor has an issue/problem, take the car to any Kragen Auto, Auto Zone or other chain parts store and they will test it for free, write down the trouble code or code's and post them back on this same thread for me to look at, then we will have some info on what to fix to get the light to go out, also have them reset the light when they test it, it will come back on in a few days, but maybe we can fix it before then, OK?
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SERVICE ENGINE SOON and SERVICE ENGINE NOW are 2 amber warning lights pertaining to the vehicles computers.SERVICE SOON advises you of a problem, although not an emergency should be attended to promptly. Your technician can trace the problem by accessing fault codes through the climate control panel. SERVICE NOW indicates a more severe problem which will most likely precipitate a failure / breakdown. The CHANGE OIL LIGHT indicates by time and mileage is a separate light.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
No this cant be right..
If it is as simple as a oil change and rotating your tyres it should not cost you more than AU$200 MAX! look at it this way.
An oil filter would cost around the AU$20 mark, and thats a pretty good oil filter.
Now you can buy 5-6 litres of oil for AU$30 and thats reasonable oil.
A sump plug washer [if they charge you] AU$2 dollars.
and labour AU$40 all up thats AU$92, and the currancy in the states is stronger than Australia's dollar.
Now to rotate a few tyres.. any monkey could do that... That should add another AU$100 MAXIMUM.
all up AUD$192 and thats not even being generous.
I dont know were they got that figure from, but believe me. you could get that done in under $200 easy!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Well if you ask Infiniti, everything. From belts to flushing all the fluids and of course plugs and wires. Estimated at $1,000.00 for the works. I would flush the trans. oil and the anti freeze, as well as spark plugs. Also check the belts to make sure no visible cracks.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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