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How do I lower a over raving 24hp over head valve briggs and Stratton motor


take the rod from the governor lever to carby off and see if you can move the governor lever freely or if it lees like it is not in the governor weights and cog groove
is the governor lever moving against the spring outside the crankcase
I suspect that you may not have put the lever end in the gear slot properly when reassembling the motor and the lever is not shutting the throttle plate as it should to stop over rpms
hopefully you did it right and it is the location on the lever on the shaft outside that requires repositioning

Dec 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Transmission don't shift in drive


If the transmission will not move the car forward in Drive, check fluid level, fluid condition, transmission filter, and linkage adjustment.
If the transmission will move the car forward in Drive but will not shift out of First Gear, the shift governor has failed.

Jul 25, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Car quit driving. Was moving/driving all of a sudden car started to rev up like it had come out of gear. There is a park but like the car is in neutral in d 2 and 1. Linkage on top of trans is moving...


Possible that the auto-transmission has an error within the gear box and so it allows the gear to delink from the main drive counter wheel. If there is no action with the gear lever then it is possible that the electronic/mechanical governor are out of sync or there is a wear and tear on the components within. Check the transmission fluid to notice metal grinding particles to confirm. The gear box must be checked out.

Sep 30, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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I had a tranny gasket leak i changed it and about 2 days later engine light came on took it to the local auto parts and put the computer on it. he gave me the code P 1757 said it had something to do with...


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P1757 Transmission control pressure not equal to target. (Zero pressure problem)

Theory of Operation
The Governor Pressure Control System is used to regulate the governor pressure which controls the shifts for first, second, and third gear. The Governor Pressure Control System test verifies that the requested pressure and the actual pressure are within a predetermined tolerance.

When Monitored:
While the engine is running and the gear selector is in the Drive position.

Set Condition:
This DTC will set if the monitored Governor Pressure is greater than 41.4 kPa (6 psi) for 5 seconds while the gear selector is in the Drive position with the road speed equal to zero - six times during a drive cycle. The transmission oil temperature must be between 23 - 88° C (73 - 190° F).

Possible Causes
OTHER TRANSMISSION DTC'S PRESENT
5 VOLT SUPPLY CIRCUIT OPEN
5 VOLT SUPPLY CIRCUIT OPEN INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION
TRANSMISSION OIL BURNT OR OIL PAN HAS EXCESSIVE DEBRIS - INTERNAL TRANSMISSION DAMAGE
GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR
GOVERNOR PRESSURE SOLENOID
VALVE BODY
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE 5 VOLT SUPPLY
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

Jan 12, 2011 | Dodge Ram 3500 Cars & Trucks

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My transmission only has first gear and the speedometor does not work, what could be the cause of this?


FIRST CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL MAKE SURE TRANSMISSION FLUID IS RED NOT DARK BROWN SMELL BURNT.IF SO CHANGE FLUID AND FILTER.FOR SHIFT PROBLEM SOUND LIKE GOVERNOR VALVE STICKING OR WORN DRIVE GEAR.DAMAGED OR MISSING WEIGHTS SPRINGS ON GOVERNOR.FOR SPEEDOMETER PROBLEM CHECK SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR SOUND LIKE ITS WORN OR DAMAGED.

Oct 07, 2010 | 1993 GMC Yukon

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I have a 1979 350 tran that sliped out of drive at 110 kph and only have low now can you give me a hint on wich way to start with it


The cause for that could be a low transmission fluid level, a faulty vacuum modulator or no vacuum to the vacuum modulator, A faulty front pump assembly or torque converter, a loose valve body or a blown out valve body gasket, the forward or direct clutch pack has lost line pressure to the clutch pack (could be a plugged up transmission filter) or the frictions are burned up in that clutch pack, or the governor has malfunctioned, usually due to missing or stuck governor weights, or a stuck valve inside of the governor, a small plugged up line filter inside the governor fluid channel under the valve body, and most commonly because of a plastic drive gear at the end of the governor that can crack apart or will have sheared off teeth on the drive gear.

Check the transmission fluid level and inspect the vacuum line to the vacuum modulator for any damage and there should be full intake manifold vacuum to the vacuum modulator. Remove the vacuum line at the vacuum modulator and if transmission fluid drips from out of the vacuum line then the vacuum modulator is faulty and should be replaced to eliminate it as the problem, however there might still be a problem with the governor, the valve body, the forward clutch pack, or the torque converter and front pump assembly.

The valve body can be tightened down and the transmission fluid filter can be replaced, and the valve body and the spacer plate gaskets can be carefully replaced, and also inspect for a small inline screen filter inside of the governor fluid feed chanel if the valve body is removed. (there will be check-balls only experienced mechanics should attempt it).

The torque converter, the front pump assembly, and the forward clutch pack can only be repaired by removing the transmission and except for the torque converter dis-assembling the transmission.

The governor can be removed without too much difficulty and the plastic drive gear should be inspected for any damage to the teeth on the governor drive gear and also the worm gear on the output shaft inside of the governor housing that drives the governor gear. Also check the governor or for any missing or stuck weights on the governor or for a stuck valve inside of the governor.

To remove the governor from the transmission remove the clip over the governor cover and then pry the governor cover off, then the governor will pull straight out of the governor housing. (The transmission cross-member might have to be removed on some vehicles to lower the transmission enough to remove the governor)

Here are some images to help assist you inspect the governor, and let me know if you require any further assistance.




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Aug 04, 2010 | Chevrolet Cargo Cars & Trucks

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I have 94 chevy pick up work truck. its stuck in 1st but reverse is fine . its just not shifting i changed fluid filter . and it jump pretty bad when i put it in drive. i think somethings stuck or...


YOU COULD HAVE PROBLEMS IN GOVERNOR.THE GOVERNOR VALVE STICKING.GOVERNOR DRIVE GEAR WORN DAMAGED OR RETAINING PIN MISSING.GOVERNOR WEIGHTS OR SPRINGS BINDING MISSING OR DAMAGED.YOUR 1 - 2 SHIFT VALVE IS STICKING.

Oct 31, 2009 | Chevrolet Crew Cab Cars & Trucks

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1996 cavalier speedo quit working .now tranny will not shift of first.replaced vss sensor fluid and filter.


I'm assuming this is an automatic transmission.

It sounds as though your drive gear in the transmission or on the governor has worn out and is not longer being driven when the vehicle moves. Without the governor, the transmission will not shift and the speedometer will not work as they are both driven from the same area.
You will have to remove the governor cover ( it is the cover the VSS or PM generator mounts) and remove the governor to see if the drive gear is damaged.
Let me know what you find.
Regards,

May 14, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Tranny in my 1998 jeep wrangler takes off in second gear from dead stop if i punch it it will kick into drive it shifts fine after you start to move


The trans in your vehicle is a 3 speed auto,A904 model,also designated the 30RH or32RH.The trans is totally hydraulic,no electronic controls with the exception of tcc apply,aka,lockup.The vehicle shifts from throttle pressure and a governor.The governor is inside the tailhousing of the trans and is responsible for the road speed signal in this trans.If the valves in the governor start sticking,the vehicle will take off in 2nd gear.The valves can be cleaned,and sometimes jarred loose,but the more pressing concern is why are the valves sticking?The valves will start sticking when other parts of the trans starts making metal.So the governor sticking can sometimes be the symptom of a larger problem.Pull the trans pan and look for metal,and if so, how bad?One way to clear the governor of debris is to find an abandoned road or parking lot.At a complete stop,engage Reverse gear,and back up as fast as you dare.I have backed cars up at 20-30 mph before,but wouldn't recommend you to.This can blow debris out of the governor hydraulic circuits,and free the governor valves as highest line pressure inside the trans is obtained in Reverse gear.Good luck.

Jul 13, 2008 | 1998 Jeep Wrangler

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