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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check fuse first in fuse box if not that then you will probably have to drop the fuel tank and change the fuel sending unit: Note check it first before installing new one because if for some reason thats not it you can just take it back without to much extra effort of having to drop tank again also check the old one by simple hot wiring it.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
I can't recall whether or not that model comes with a manual transmission or not. If it is an automatic, then you might be able to have the problem fixed. There are many sensors on a transmission, and it could be as simple as one of them malfuntioning. There could be dirt or grit clogging one of the hydrolic tunnels in the transmission that allows it to shift into reveres; this problem could possibly be fixed by having your transmission flushed. It could also be that either a band or clutch is worn out and no longer functioning properly, and if that is the case then you would have to have your transmission rebuilt. Usually worn out bands or clutches will turn the transmission fluid brown, though that can not be completely relied on as an indicator. So to start with I would have the transmission flushed and refilled. Next have a diagnostic run on the computer. After that have a transmission place look at it.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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well friend i would say that your tranny has gave up on you. In your tranny there valves that tell the mixer what gear to go into. reverse puts the most pressure on the system. From what you saying it sounds like the tranny will not hold or go into gear and in short without taken the tranny apart and seeing first hand what is going on in there the tranny need to removed, inspected and rebuilt. I'm sure this is not what you hoping to hear. Your best bet here is to take your vehicle to a trusted shop and have them inspect your car.
Best of luck
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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