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Transmission Is there any name of KW TransX? I search in autozone but never found

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Here is what the can looks like. (ebay post http://cgi.ebay.com/Quart-K-&-W-Trans-x-Transmission-Fluid-Metal-Can_W0QQitemZ330299425575QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090111?IMSfp=TL090111119008r36545) Newer cans have a screw top. The big chain parts store will have it in the store, in the fuel addition area close to Slick 50 and Marval Mystery Oil. Probably not on their website.
I had an F-150 that stop going forward at all, this stuff fixed it.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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    Billy Hines Jan 15, 2009

    K&W not KW. My mistake.

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What is the problem fault code p1601


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wow no year
, you do make it so hard to answer but is 96+
P1 means factory code, so autozones may fail.
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My 2000 plymouth voyager does not shift reverse. other gears work good


Your transmission need rebuilding. You can buy some TransX and pour it in your transmission. Make sure drive the car to help the TransX to work it way through the transmission then you should get shift reverse. If it does not work then your transmission is badly damage. So you will have to get it rebuild or buy a used one.

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Occationally stuck in 2nd gear. yesterday fine for 150 miles then stuck for 60 miles. this AM ok...for now Will change filter & fluid help or is it bigger then that 230,000 miles 1998 town and...


Change of fluid and filter helps. The condition of the old oil will tell you weather there might be more damage. Debris on the oil may also be found in the transmission solenoid which controls the fluid which engages the gears. Your solenoid may be dirty or damaged. It is also possible that the valves for the 3rd gear is dirty that is why you are staying on the 2nd gear. These two components needs to be inspected further by opening the transmission.

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What size motor does a 1993 mazda mx3 have?


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The transmission shifts good but the truck has to warm up for it to go in drive. once it is warmed up a good bit it will go into drive and shift fine. Why is that, and how can I fix it?


what is causing your problem is the seals inside the transmission are getting hard do the the fact that the transmission is alwise heating up and cooling down , this is a common problem for all high mileage trucks first you should try to have the transmission serviced and add some transX to it, this will help to make the seals playable again unfortunately if this does not work the only other thing to do is have the transmission rebuilt or replaced, but the transX is a good product i have seen it do the trick 100's of times.....GOOD LUCK

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Drives fine 1 block then no gears, no forward or rev., just rolls. shut it off and away we go for another block, then just rolling until shut off again, also a new buzzing sound in engine.


If you want to try and avoid a tranny change. I highly recommend KW TransX transmission additive. Follow instructions on bottle.

If there is a serious transmission problem this will only prolong failure.

Additive works great!

Here is what the can looks like. Can be purchased at Advance Auto or Autozone.
http://www.midwayautosupply.com/pm-11156-201-k-and-w-products-engine-transx-posi-trac-limited-slip-gear-oil-additive-7-fl-oz-402508.aspx

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If you want to try and avoid a tranny change. I highly recommend KW TransX transmission additive. Follow instructions on bottle.

If there is a serious transmission problem this will only prolong failure.

Additive works great!

Here is what the can looks like. Can be purchased at Advance Auto or Autozone.
http://www.midwayautosupply.com/pm-11156-201-k-and-w-products-engine-transx-posi-trac-limited-slip-gear-oil-additive-7-fl-oz-402508.aspx

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Sounds to me like you may want to check your CV boots for cracks. If water and other debris has got up into the boot then it could have damaged your cv joint which is a swivel joint to allow turning on front wheel cars. The boot is right at the point where your axle meets the wheel assembly.

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Sounds like some of the seals are leaking by in the valve body. Pretty expensive rebuild.

But.......
I recommend a product called KW TransX. (Blue metal container) You can find it at Auto Zone and Advanced Auto Parts. Follow the directions problems will go.

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