Re: check trans light comes on after a few blocks of...
Go buy the repair manual for vehicle (about 20 bucks) AND a code reader.(between 50 and 300 bucks. Both specific to your vehicle AND vehicle year. Million reasons for check engine light - but that light is basically saying, "I'm seeing something wrong, so check my vehicle computer for what I'm seeing" and the fact that it goes away or may go away just says the problem may be intermittent or keeps being cleared for some reason, either the problem fixes itself or the computer clears code for some reason, probably the former.
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there is no chip in the trans. sorry.
then this time scan it and write down the DTCs errors numbers.
and post those, we cant guess these critical facts.
find any ASE shop, and get it checked.
they dont need to cheat you,there work load is near infinite.
no reasons at all.
no over 30mph, did the transmission up shift.?
is it stuck in 1gear. surely you can count the gears shifted?
if not , get a real mech.
if the transmission file the FSM stall test. then this it.
1: tranny RPM goes too high RPM (engine RPM) this is transmission slip.
2: RPM in drive, 1,2, or R, is too low below 1500rpm. STALLED.
this is weak engine. not trans.
google stall test transmission. and read.
or read the FSM
or read same on alldata.com
I have a 91 Accord. The speedometer started going wild, 30 mph. 75 mph and I was at a stop finally quit working and the S light came on. I finally changed the speedo sensor and the S light went off...Check engine light was also on, read on a forum that the speedo sensor does more than control your speedometer, maybe that your trans is not getting the info it needs to shift.....
Sounds like the filter in the trans is plugged up. Should flush trans every 45,000 miles and replace filter and fulid. Its easier to take it in to a shop and have it done they use high pressure flush which will clean out the whole thing for about $200.
This is just a possible solution to you all follow the airtube from your air filter box and remove the aluminum block that is on the intake the air tube connects to this block, once its out of the way look inside the intake to see if antifreeze is present if so you need to replace the plastic intake, due to poor construction it is common for them to crack and leak water in to the combustion chambers eventually cause your car to stop running and it will not crank, because the cylinders are full of water,