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4 Speed Trans axle do not shift in higher speed range

4 Speed Trans axle do not shift to higher speeds pass 32 mph

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What is the make and model and year?. are there any codes .? sounds like your pressure control shift solenoid is bad

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Had the same problem on a 2007 Corolla. The check engine light was on, had hard shifts, and a DTC code of P2716. The computer had to be updated. I would take it in and ask them about this TSB.

http://matrixowners.com/tsb/T-TC014-06.pdf

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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SOURCE: 2002 Dodge dakota extra cab 4.7 4x4 trans slipping at higher speeds

Don't know about the speed sensor. My '02 Dakota Quad = Cab Sport (2-wheel drive) does the same. Have no idea.

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SOURCE: Humming noise in front end of truck

I'm having the same problem with my 2006 Chevy 2500 duramax...The humming starts at 25mph and then gets less prominent and then at 50mph it gets more prominent and louder, then at 60mph you can hardly hear it.....I did notice a little bit of leakage where the front axel meets the from diff on the drivers side.
Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: whirring/whining noise from rear trans-axle

check your rear end and make sure it has plenty of gear oil..if full then there is friction in it somewhere and it is probly getting ready to go out.

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SOURCE: 2001 dodge durango v8 5.9 trans won't shift unless i downshift

I have a 2000, there is a speed sensor located in top of the rear axel and I believe another on the tranny housing. Try the rear axel first.

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Which was the performance of chevrolet citation 1983


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Which do you have ?
Transfer Case - NVG 236 (Two Speed Automatic)
Transfer Case - NVG 233-NP1 (Two Speed Selectable)
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Rpm to Mph chart, 2010 Chrysler t and c.


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My 1995 Nissan pickup xe truck when I put it in drive it will not shift out of first and once I get to the speed of 25 miles a hr. it shifts into neutral until it goes down to appx. 15 mph then it kicks...


V6 or I4 engine? xe = i4?
bad tranny.?
low or too high ATF levels.
clogged bottom filter before pump, (shifts hot?)
RE4 trans is 4speed electronic
RL4 xxx trans is manual only
this side of your tranny has a tag is it RL/RE4 or or 3speed.

3 speed or 4 speed the FSM show four A/T used then .
there are 5 tranny total then ,4 AT (1 m/t)
on car diagnosis varies greatly by type.
fluid checks (if electronic the Tcm blink codes (DTCS)
pressure checks. for weak pump.
that stall rpm tests.
here is one used on your car
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1989 dodge dynasty v6, fwd, transaxle 3 speed auto, good condition, experiencing shift problem, doesnot want to shift into passing gear, sometimes it does, right now it doesn't, any takers


most auto trans don't shift into reverse when low. Reverse takes the most fluid of all the gears.
Check for a bad shift solenoid or wires to and from that circuit. Most trans-axles have them now.

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How to properly engage and dis-engage 4 wheel drive 0n 1996 gmc sierra


  • Shifting from 2HI to 4HI Press and release the 4HI button. This can be done at any speed, and the front axle will lock automatically.

  • Shifting from 4HI to 2HI Press and release the 2HI button. This can be done at any speed, and the front axle will unlock automatically.

  • To shift from 2HI or 4HI to 4LO, the vehicle must be stopped or moving less than 3 mph with the transmission in NEUTRAL

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My trans was shifting hard and the speedometer would only work at and past 40 mph. I have replaced the trans speed sensor and the shifting seems to be better but my seedometer still will not work untill...


Ok the output speed sensor and the vehicle speed sensor are not the same sensor.The output speed sensor will be on the tailshaft housing of the transmission or to the rear of the transmission case if it is a 45rfe(5 speed auto).The vehicle speed sensor is in the top of rear differential housing.Be sure and douse the sensor with wd40 before you try to remove.Dry oring will cause sensor to stick and break and that can be a headache.Good Luck!

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Dodge shadow auto trans will go forward 1 or


It's not a switch or hoses. Make sure your fluid level is correct; it should be measured when hot (like too hot to touch the dipstick.) Assuming you have fluid of the correct sort and amount:
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