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Taking the exhaust system loose from the exhaust manifold makes removal and installation a whole lot easier.
The bolts may be hard to get broke loose. Try spraying them with PB Blaster or similar penetrent and letting them soak for a whole. After you have soaked them, tighten them just alittle to get them to break loose, then start loosing them. You may have to turn them back and forth to get them to come off.

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2005 chevrolet cobalt automatic transmission will not shift into overdrive


Low trans fluid, dirty transmission filter, clogged valve body in transmission, bad trans controller, or vehicle speed sensor. There is no dipstick to check trans fluid. I would start by having trans flushed and filled and codes scanned if problem still persists take to a certified transmission shop unless you are an experienced mechanic

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GM Rear Wheel Drive Transmissions

PTU = Power Transfer Unit (Crossover SUV AWD/4WD)

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RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
MNK Allison 1000
MNZ Allison 1000
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MYB
MYC

5 Speed Automatic Transmissions

RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
M74 Allison 1000
M22 5L50-E
M82 5L40-E
MTW Allison 2400
MX4 Allison 2000
MX5 5L40-E with PTU*
MV3 5L50-E with PTU*

4 Speed Automatic Transmissions

RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
M30 4L60-E
M32 4L60-E HD
M32 4L65-E
M33 4L60-E Hybrid
M41 4L30-E
M70 4L70-E Super Duty
M99 2ML70 2-mode Hybrid*
MD8
ML4 4L30-E
MN8 4L80-E HD
MN8 4L85-E
MT1 4L80-E
MW9 HM 200-4R
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M40
M41
M65
MD2
MD3 HM-180
HM-200C
HM-350
HM-400

GM Front Wheel Drive Transaxles

6 Speed Automatic Transaxles

RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
MH2
MH4
MH6 6T75 (AWD)
MH7
MH8
MY9 6T75 (AWD)

5 Speed Automatic Transaxles

RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
Aisin-AW 55-51LE
M09 Aisin-AW AF33-5
M43 Aisin-AW AF23-5
M45 Aisin-AW AF33-5
M98 AF33-5
MJ7 Honda 5AT
MJ8 Honda 5AT w/PTU*
MLS Aisin 50-40E
MU3 Saab 76.5mm

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RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
MLQ Aisin 81-40LE
Aisin ZF 4HP 16
HM 325-4L
Jatco JF405-E
M10 Jatco JF403-E
M13 4T60-E HD
M13 4T60-E
M15 4T65E
M45 Aisin-AW AF33
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M76 4T65E with PTU*
MD7 4T65E
ME7 4T45-E BAS Hybrid
ME8
ME9
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M94 Getrag F23
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M51
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MT8
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MW2
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TR-4050
TR-4050
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2007 Chevrolet Optra and Spark (Trans code Y4M)

4 Speed Manual Transmissions

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M20 HM-117
M73 Isuzu
MC0 Getrag
MC9
MY6 NP260

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MTN Toyota C60

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RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd
D-16 (2005-2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.4 DOHC / 1.5L)
D-16 (2005-2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.4 SOHC)
Y4A (2007 Pontiac Matiz)
YM4 (2005-2007 Chevrolet Aveo)
D-20 (2005-2007 Chevrolet Epica)
L73 Pontiac LeMans F16
M42 Geo Metro
M43 AF23
M49 BW 5spd
M58 Geo Metro
M79 LeMans F13
M86 Getrag F23 (5T45MI)
M94 Getrag F23
M98 Aisin 55-51E
MB4 Geo Prizm 1.8L
MB5 Geo Prizm
MFB 2008 Chevrolet Epica 5-Speed S/R (D24)
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MG1 HM-282
MG2 HM-282
MG3 Getrag F23
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MLM Y4M (2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.6 DOHC)
MR3 Isuzu
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GM Continuously Variable Transaxles

RPO Trans Name Lowest Highest
M83 V20-E
M75 V25-E
M16 V25-E AWD

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I have a 1999 e 320 benz and need to know how to replace waterpump


if your car over 65000 km done or after last trans service is it have been done over 65000 km from last trans service as a first thing do the trans service with trans mission flush, trans mission flush is very important, it must get done by right place who have the right flushing machine for mercedes trans flushing, it's take 12 Ltr transmission oil + transmission oil filter+ oil pan gasket+ pilot bush, you must ask them to replace all those things this trans service is very important for Mercedes 5 speed automatic transmission, please get genuine Mercedes parts only don't use any aftermarket stuff for this particular transmission, and also need to check transmission control unit, the reason is if you do not trans mission service at right time pilot bush starting to oil leaking, that oil flow through wiring to transmission control unit and it's get wet by oil, if it's get wet by oil it's not functioning properly so can play transmission, other thing is if any thing dose not work for solve your problem you must get it to authorized Mercedes transmission technician to check it can be faulty oil pump or torque converter, I would like to note one more important thin regarding this matter, before do any thing please check transmission oil condition its could be mixed with water, if the oil like milky, it's water in oil, if it's like that you must replace the radiator and trans flush as I note above this is very important for your problem, is this information helped you?

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My 2006 mercedes e500 shifts hard from a cold start and gets better when warmed up, but still jerks a bit.


if your car over 65000 km done or after last trans service is it have been done over 65000 km from last trans service as a first thing do the trans service with trans mission flush, trans mission flush is very important, it must get done by right place who have the right flushing machine for Mercedes trans flushing, it's take 12 Ltr transmission oil + transmission oil filter+ oil pan gasket+ pilot bush, you must ask them to replace all those things this trans service is very important for Mercedes 5 speed automatic transmission, please get genuine Mercedes parts only don't use any aftermarket stuff for this particular transmission, and also need to check transmission control unit, the reason is if you do not trans mission service at right time pilot bush starting to oil leaking, that oil flow through wiring to transmission control unit and it's get wet by oil, if it's get wet by oil it's not functioning properly so can play transmission, other thing is if any thing dose not work for solve your problem you must get it to authorized Mercedes transmission technician to check it can be faulty oil pump or torque converter, I would like to note one more important thin regarding this matter, before do any thing please check transmission oil condition its could be mixed with water, if the oil like milky, it's water in oil, if it's like that you must replace the radiator and trans flush as I note above this is very important for your problem, is this information helped you?

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Back pressure on oneside


fuel mixture needs adjusting

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What is the trans fluid service interval?


Hi,

This is the most overlooked service of vehicles today.

Due to the advanced technology in electronic transmissions, it is now more important than ever, to regularly change the trans fluid. Most auto transmission failures are a result of bad fluid or incorrect levels.

Whilst most manufacturers suggest fluid changes around 60 - 80,000miles, if you intend to keep the vehicle for a few years, then I strongly reccommend following the new standard of 30,000mile intervals.

This will involve flushing the transmission & cooler tank (with clean trans fluid), changing the trans oil filter and refilling with new fluid to the CORRECT level.

Use ONLY manufacturer's specified transmission fluid (not all fluids have the same properties).

NEVER overfill the transmission case.

Modern day electronic transmissions rely on good oil pressure to perform well. Regular trans oil changes will ensure this, as well as avoiding costly transmission repairs.

Cheers,

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1998 pontiac transport 3.4 auto leaking trans fluid


It sounds like the Transmission line has a leak. Check the transmission line from the transmission to the radiator. You have two steel lines which runs to and from the transmission to the transmission cooler in the radiator. The line could be corroded and may need to be replaced, good luck and service the transmission too. The transmission on the transport are know to have problems when ran low on fluid or dirty transmission filter.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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99 Honda Accord and Prelude Transmissions Interchangeability


the trans will actually bolt up to the engine..but it will not work properly without the pressure switch plugged in to the harness... if u notice, there is a hole with no threads in the prelude trans..u couldnt even thread a 3rd gear pressure switch in the trans case..trust me ive seen it b4 at the dealer where i work.. i even went as far as installing the trans and when going back together, saw the difference when trying to plug the harness in...its not the same..i laugh about it now, but was very mad at myself at the time for assumeing the parts guy brought me the right part..the guy with the prelude was about to install my accord  trans in his prelude ...luckily i was able to stop him b4 he installed my trans in his prelude...i laugh about it now

Apr 21, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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Transmition


it is indeed under the trans pan. the trans pan is on the driver side of the car. it should have a fairly large drain bolt in it.

my i suggest that unless this service is absolutely needed that you leave your transmission alone.

chances are that your transmission is already malfunctioning, and if thats the case you will need a new transmission. as fluid changes have no effect on ultradrive transmissions that are malfunctioning.

in fact fluid changes on working ultradrive transmissions have been known to make them non-functional.

AND ONLY USE ATF+4 TRANNY FLUID

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