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Lets see at times when im driving my check engine light will bing and them i will lose power as i come into the higher rpms of the gear and then ill lose every bit of power i have until i shift into the next gear but the points where i lose power is as followed in 1st at 10mph i lose power in 2nd ill lose power at around 20 25 mph in 3rd i lose power at 30 35 mph in 4th at 40 45 mph and in 5th sometimes not all the time ill lose power at 65 mph now im not to sure but the last time i put on a computer it said that an e-vap hose was bad i knew this it had a hole in it and then a code for the fresh air intake hose i knew that but will that cause me to lose power at times if so please let me know thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your trans is slipping, u are going to need to have it checked out at a trans shop, they will test drive it in most cases for free and report what they think is wrong or recommend more diagnostic work if they are unsure..
Posted on May 21, 2009
you have a valve body problem, some of the speed sonsor controls are malfunctioning... need to get into the valve body... check fluid condition for dirty and burned condition...
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Isuzu Trooper 4wd automatic trans. It will shift ou of 1st at about 20 mph into 2nd then loses power, rpm's drop until it slows to about 10mph then down shifts back to 1st. Any ideas why?
Sounds to me that your transmission is put itself into what is call (Limp Mode). This happens when the transmission fluid in the trans hydraulic valve body located on the bottom and in the trans pan are not within the parameters of the transmission computer. You can remove the trans pan and gasket to check for metallic material in the bottom of the pan. There is normally a strong magnet in the pan catch the material so I can't move freely through the transmission itself. It only takes a very small piece of foreign material to stop the flow of the valve body fluid. I would first take it to somewhere that had a automotive diagnostic scan tool that can read transmission codes to see if there are any active codes. Next you can drop the transmission pan yourself and look for material in it. Basically do a visually inspection and service the transmission fluid, gasket, and filter. Remember, all a automatic transmission is a extremely complicated fluid pump. If its pumping trans fluid properly it's probably working just fine. Been when the trans fluid gets hot, scorched, and stops moving. It will not work. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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