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Up-shift great, downshifting is very hard; it does downshift, but hard to do
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you need the updated engine computer for harsh shifting. Look up under the glove box at the computer. Number should be 89661-02K21 if not, you need the update. It is an 8/80 warranty item.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
what year is vehicle please ?? as people often put it in wrong catagory ,if its mazada 2007 then its dealer only as a computer controls it all and the software is factory encrypted to stop general garages from repairing it .But check for a vacumn pipe loose under bonnet ,thin rubber pìpe from inlet manifold to gearbor or a diaphram switch,
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: Car is shifting hard into
Been there, Done that!!! Bought a 2000 bonneville used..once the car warms up it starts shifting rough and down shifting rough. I drove it all the way to work and it ran like a champ till i started start, stop drivin in the street and the tranny warmed up. I retured it to the dealer and it is a solenoid in the tranny that pumps the fluid to detect the shift pattern. that is what they fed me anyways. they fixed it for free. it wasnt too cheap..i got the slip and it was around 1300 dollars. im no car expert by far but this is what happened to me! hope it gives you an idea
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
The Transmission Control Module also turns on the check engine light. However the parts store won't be able to read these codes since all they read are the Engine DTC's. More then likely your codes will come back to a Governor Pressure Sensor and/or Switch. If they do then remove the pan and replace both of those. Simple fix, should be able to be done in about an hour or so. Might as well go ahead and slap a speed sensor in while you're under there. Should be able to do it yourself for less then $200.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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