Question about 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Do I need motormount
Replaceing a motor mount won't do anything for your engine cutting off. If anything, that would be a horrendous waste of money. An expense you don't need. Casey is correct as far as you needing to have your transmission checked. In addition to expand on their solution, you may also want to check your wireing, and your relays. Sometimes something as simple as a loose wire or a worn relay could be causeing the problem. A vehicle repair manual (I go by Chilton's as they are very descriptive, and take you step by step on what to do and how to check it) would be a great asset for you, and they are relatively cheap. When checking the wires, be on the look out for any that are broken, to soft, or loose
Posted on Apr 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have your transmissiopn check they are known for the torque converter solonoid failing and cause that type of problem.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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