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My APV locked in overdrive and would stall the engine at stops. This van was my daughters and they had junked it because of the cost of repair. I would test the tranny lock up by coasting up to a stop and if I sensed the tranny was locked I would floor the accelerator a couple of times with a quick back off each time. After a dozen or so of these procedures whatever was sticking thje lockup came free and the problem was mixed.
If your APV has a 3.1litre engine the crank sensor is located on the back side of the block you have to get your hand between the block and the transmission housing to get it out. Take your time getting it out sometimes the brack. If your APV has a 3.8litre enginr the crancksensor is behind the vibration damper pulley. It will have to be removed so it can be replaced.
sounds like the torque converter clutch is slipping in the transmission-next time it starts doing this-instead of letting off on the gas tap the brake with your left foot-if it goes away i would be 98 percent sure that it is the torque converter clutch slipping(internal transmission problems)
The only solution is for you to rebuilt it or get one from the junk yard don't try buying stuff that say it will help with slips, it probable will but for like a week or two.( rebuilt it ) have a nice day buddy.
Drain the system. Remove the upper radiator cover and the dual cooling fans (4 bolts and an electrical connector). Disconnect the transmission cooler lines and the upper and lower hoses.. The radiator should freely pull straight up and out. Reverse the process to install the new radiator.