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Check the "U" joints for wear and failure and check the cv joints for wear
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Change the auto transmission fluid and filter. Pay attention to the smell of the fluid. If it smells burnt, there is likely burned or worn clutches. You can compare the smell of the old fluid with the new fluid if you're a newbie. it also doesn't hurt to save a sample to share with an expert if you know one. Also pay close attention in the bottom of the pan for metal filings, fragments etc. A fine layer of black silt is usually normal. If the trans is burned out, there will be evidence in the pan. NEVER rev the engine to get an auto to go into gear, and avoid letting the transmission slip at all costs. Overhaul is a major job and very expensive. I don't know why they'd change wheel bearing on a slipping auto. Or why they couldn't diagnose it for you. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
You have a hesitation. A hesitation is cause be either:
1. bad spark plug
2. bad spark plug wire
3. bad or leaky or plugged injector
4. timing is off
5. leaky vacuum hose
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
if it is making a rapid clicking sound while trying to start it, your battery is not fine. you can try to jump it. hook up the cables properly and allow the vehicle to sit for about 3-5 minutes. allow the "jumping" vehicle to just idle. reving the engine will not do anything.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Testimonial: "It dont make rapid clicks. Just one big click and thats it. "
does it have acentre bearing in the tail shaft ?if so ,fhat is more than likely the problem .also check that all the tail shaft yoke s are in line,they only have to be 1 spline out togive those symptoms ,a rumble ,is definatly coming from the driveline
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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