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Check fault codes and look for a failed reverse solenoid Have a pressure test done on the box for low pressure or failed band/ clutch packs
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the chart shows 90,000 miles
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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You cannot change the filter unless you have access to a lift or pit. It is located on the back of the engine, recessed above the front axle. I took mine to a friends garage and even with the car raised, it still took a filter wrench on an extension bar to get to it. It is impossible to reach it if all you have is a jack or ramps in the driveway.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
Chances are is that the torque converter needs to be replaced. However, the transmssion on this vehicle are only serviceable by transmision shops. No regular mechanic will open up the transmission. When the torque converter fails (clutch and plates shutters to small pieces) the debri flows in the transmision thereby potentially destroying the gears and/or clogging the filter and pump. Go straight to a reputable transmission shop and let them correctly diagnose the transmission.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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The 700 is a generic transmission malfuction code. Anything that goes wrong wih the solenoid package will set this code. The other I haven't seen, typo maybe? If it is 703 then it is a brake switch circuit b malfuntion. The 700 will need more diagnostics to find whats exactly wrong with it, or you can replace the entire solenoid package in the transmission. 703 replace the brake switch on the brake pedal. Most solenoid packages come out fairly easy, just messy. Drop the pan,lots of oil, remove the filter,usually just snaps in, some bolt in, About a dozen bolts and remove the solenoid package.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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