Question about 1994 Chevrolet Lumina
I own a 1994 Chevy Lumina Euro 3.4 Car. This car has an automatic transmission. I recently drove my car on a 4 hour drive, within 5 miles from my destination, the car didn't want to accelerate (while going down the road). I quickly pulled over, not knowing what it could be. I turned it off, then turned it back on, put the car in gear, and it did not want to move. (the car was running, just didn't want to go anywhere). Has anyone out there had the same problem? If so, what could it be, and how can I get it back up and going again?
Your transmission is slipping. you can try adding half a bottle of "Lucas brand transmission additive", i've seen this stuff work miracles
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it is on the rear of the engine just below the middle spark plug just above the transmission oil pan. If your car is front wheel drive. If it rear wheel drive it will be on the passanger side same location.
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