Question about 2003 Volvo C70
When traveling at a constant speed right above 2000 rpm, I let rpm drop below 2000 rpm. When I apply the gas again I feel and hear a shudder. It does not happen all the time and nothing came up on the diagnostic test. I'm not sure what the problem is, my thoughts are the torque converter, throttle boby/valve, and line pressure solenoid. Do you have any idea, my mechanic says it needs to get worse before he can dianosis the problem. My problem is similar but when I changed the transmission fluid and filter the problem stopped only to come back a couple months later. It seems as though I only have the problem after the transmission fluid gets hot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 volvo c70 shudder
I can think of a few things that may be happening.
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