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Check transmission fluid, then it could be the clutch.

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Rough shift while getting up at 55mph


with auto tranny, when you relieve the acc pressure on the tranny it will drop into a higher gear, this is normal but if your road speed is low and you put your foot down hard it may change back 3 gears, it decides what gear it requires in relation accelerator pressure and road speed, the tranny does have a switch near the selector, this lets every thing know what you want it to do, this is adjustable but can fail also

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I have a 95 cavalier. I have had a new control module and 2 new coils installed. I have new spark plug and wires. I have a new heat sensor. My problem is. Im driving down the road and my idle is rough at...


There is a part called a throttle positin sensor which would do very much as you described it.The sensor cannot detect how much gas you are giving it nor does it know how much gas is being delivered.It is also an input for the control module which tells the rest of the system how to react.The symptoms of sudden acceleration and slowness could also be the transmission(not very likely though),but the rough idle and strange acceleration appear to be more likely the sensor.The transmission would likely have other symptoms such as rough shifting,gears winding out if you know what I mean,shifting back and forth between gears at a certain speed in which you are just at the same speed,meaning not accelerating or slowing down,say just cruising at 35 mph.Also,there are no lights because the check engine light HAS to be the worst thing ever invented for a car.It illuminates for things even when your car is running fine,but you would think for something like your situation,SOMETHING would illuminate.People have spent thousands replacing everything which the computer tells them from the check engine light diagnostic,yet it remains on.I have seen it.If you are in the USA,call any AAA approved shop and they would likely say something similar.Good luck,Greg

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Slow idle at start, rough idle when shifting


The tuning and timing of the car must be reset. The slow speed tuning is so low that it goes down when the drive is selected.
So the timing of the engine and the correction for fuel to maintai the engine rhythm shoudlbe set to standard condition as per specification... refer you manual

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My tranny is slow shifting and the s light is blinking


The "S" light flashing means the speed sensor went out. Is an easy fix. I got mine for less than $40 and it was not hard to install. As for the gears going in too slow, I dont know. Good luck.

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I have a 2002 kia sedona and occacionly the car jumps while i am driving and then runs very rough...I have learned that when i shut the car off and turn it back on it seems to run normal again


Sounds like either an input or an output shaft speed sensor. In a nut shell, the transmission's shifting is controlled electronically; at a stop or very slow speed, the transmission is automatically in first gear...when these sensors 'sense' that the vehicle is travelling at a certain speed, it tells the transmission to shift into second. At the next specified speed, it shifts into third; etc. etc. What it sounds like is that one of these sensors is going bad, telling the transmission to downshift, but the other sensor is fighting that command and causing the vehicle to 'act' like it's running rough, when in reality it's probably just the transmission rapidly jumping between gears. These sensors aren't particularly cheap, but are pretty easy to replace. Start by finding a shop that will plug in a code reader for you (or do it yourself if you have one). You're looking for a code in the range of 0715 to 0723. If it reads 0715 to 0718, that's the input side. 0720 to 0723 is the output side. Good luck.

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Hard Shift 1998 Chevy 1500


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I need to know the codes so I can properly diagnois your problem. Here are a few tips though. Your electronics inside the transmission may be going out. You should start by changing the fluid and the filter. Let me know if there is a lot of metal or fiber shavings in the pan. Put new fluid in and clear your codes. See how it shifts and then let me know what is going on with it. Hope this helps.
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you should first check gear box oil ,level and clean filter.lee

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