Had my tranny re built, put it in myself there was one single red wire on the tranny it was broke off, looks like when the guy took it out for me, must have forgoltten to unplug it,when he dropped it down and pulled the wire from the wiring harnass cant find where to put it back. can anyone give me some idea where to look it a1 9 91 hyundia excell email email@example.com
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Check the pilot end of the spline shaft to make sure it did not get damaged, check the depth on the half shaft that spline fits in, look for index guides on both housings, also hope that you did not preload the crank shaft bearings if the issue is with the spline or the half shaft.
I'd be looking for a replacement 5 speed transmission. Does it not go into 2nd and 3rd, or does it go in but won't move? Either way, something broke or is wrong internally, maybe the synchronizer rings are badly worn if it is difficult to put in gear. Can you put it in 2nd with engine off, then start the engine and see if it will move in 2nd? New tranny. Will it not go into 2 or 3? New tranny. Buy a used one, or check the rebuild cost- probably prohibitive.
Sorry this happened to you. Your best repair would be to find the parts in a Salvage yard. By doing this, all of the connections would be plug-in and in the proper sequence. You would have the expense of the repair wire sections anyway and if you piece-meal all the damaged wires together you could have constant connection problems. Plus if any of the wires are melted in unseen areas, there could be more problems.
There is a good Salvage yard site called Car-parts.com. It is Nationwide and gives you prices, photos, and all contact information for the parts. Some yards will offer warrantees. They ship to your house.
You may find places in driving distance from your home.
The Autozone website has Help sections at the bottom of the page. They need to be navigated between free and paid info. They have diagrams for the wiring. You will need to register on the site for free and you can look up 12 vehicles.
Also check your fuses as the wires may have crossed and broke a fuse.
Your Catera has a sealed for life transmission so therefore on one of these models there is no dipstick and you cannot check the fluid level yourself. The dealer can check the level but that is only necessary if you have a leak.
Use a premium grade oil and a quality filter such as AC/Delco, Wix, Purolator, or Bosch. The correct weight oil is listed in your owner's manual and possibly on the oil fill cap or dipstick.
More than likely your tranny is done. Time for a new one.
Best way to check is to take off the transmission oil cover on bottom of transmission. Check out the tranny oil and see if there if fine metal debris. Take a magnet and swish it around, if there is then time for a tranny.
if you have 4speed over drive the fill pull RED on driver side of car top of transmission under air cleaner snorkel---the fluid level plug rt side of trans in frt of right drive axle 11mm hex head car must be running hot & LEVEL to check CAREFULL MR MYSELF
At a shop I worked at, another mechanic had actually replaced the tranny. Afterwards same thing (I may be assuming this is the automatic with overdrive). After running a test with a DRB II (Chrysler scan tool) we found out the output shaft sensor would work for a while then stop working, sending the tranny into limp home mode (when replacing the tranny he pulled the old sensors off and put them in the new tranny).They replaced a $2500 tranny over a $45 sensor. This is just one of several things it could be, but it could be the cheapest place to start and is easy to diagnose with the right equipment.
I have a 1998 saturn with a manual transmission and it took me quite some time to locate the dip stick. it is located on top of the gearbox close to the brake resevoir where the linkeage connects. it has a red plastic clip on top of the dip stick and submerges verticaly into the gearbox and is about six inches long. the red clip can easliy be hidden with black dirt and not seen. do not confuse this with the clutch reservoir fluid located to the right of the brake master cylnder. good luck.
With the tranny flush, yes. It's possible that they may have knocked the connection loose or broke it at the sending unit. The unit is usually located on the side near the bottom ot the tranny. With the oil change I'm going to say no. The oil sending unit is generally located on the driver side, center of the engine block near or under the exhaust manifold, or on the front of the block towards the top. Unless they moved them on me, it shouldn't be anywhere close to the drain plug on the oil pan, and there no way that they should get near the oil sending unit when changing the oil, unless the sending unit is near the oil filter, and GMC generally doesn't put the two near each other for this reason. Just thought of something. Are the gages individually replaceable, or are they all built into one display unit?