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Lantra gear box problem

Hey hope you can help i have a problem with a auto lantra j2 coupe 06/97.
when you try going from park in to drive the car jolts a bit but dosnt select drive but if you go to low it will select and then it will start moving and then it will select drive. plz help - i cheaked over the levels at work and all is fine ATF is brand new

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Hi the trans range switch or some times called an inhibitor switch needs replaced and have the bands adjusted for the transmission which is an external bolt with jamb nuts near the range switch after that has been performed the battery cable removed for 10 minutes to reset all adaptive learn for transmission

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SOURCE: Hyundai Coupe gearbox ( not car in product)

hi there! i was a master tech 4 hyundai, first of all has the atf fluid been changed and at the correct level. or have you had the multifuntion switch checked? please feel free to contact myself and i will advise you as required with my exsperience

many thanks

Dominic Hill

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: gear box dip stick location- hyundai lantra automatic

try the left side of the engine... gear oils smell are diffent from the engine oil and the viscosity... gear oils are thicker... u wont go wrong on this...

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

SOURCE: gear disengagement while driving an automatic car.

The gear oil must be very low, have it checked out & refilled

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

SOURCE: ive replaced clutch and gear

1. replace your gear oil.
2. is this an automatic or manual transmission engine? if manual, adjust your clutch release a little higher than usual to let your clutch engange earlier.

Posted on Aug 17, 2011

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many thanks

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