Question about 1994 Land Rover Discovery
Disco runs well no fluid loss no noises just suddenly decided not to change into top gear COULD THIS BE A SIMPLE FIX or do i have it put down. Thanking you LAURIE ROBERT
It sounds like you need to have your d-tent adjusted which is your kick down cable. I would take it by a local transmission shop and have them take a look. This would be the simplest, most accurate answer as to what is going on. If they say your transmission is shot, ask them what they believe the problem to be. Automatic transmissions are complicated. Hope this helps.
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