Question about Volkswagen Cabriolet
Looked around engine /Transmission area so that I could check how high/low the transmission fluid was but couldn't find anything other than a red cap that exposed a plug like fitting, which was situated below the engine & other sections of the car. The reason was that the car was changing through the gears at times rather slowly or prelonging the change. Sometimes the revs would climb to around 3000 rpm before it changed to the next gear, but sometimes it didn't change at all, unless my foot eased up on the accelerator. The car is a Volkswaggon Cabriolet, 1997 convertible, 2-door.
Try changing the oil and filter. If that doesn't help, try the speed/shift sensor, or do that first, it's up to you.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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