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03 chevy venture. Van stops going and jerks while going up a hill have to back down and reroute also have to manually shift from first gear to 2nd to 3rd ect. ANYONE GOT ANY IDEA


severe engine misfire , Plugs , plug wires , possible plugged catalytic converter . Shifting problem possibly bad shift solenoids inside transmission , With all your problems isn't the check engine light on ? Your best bet is to take that vehicle to a qualified repair shop .

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Your PCM has the means to adjust shift pressures and timing to make all the shifts smooth but properly timed. This code means that the computer cannot adjust any more because of an issue. This could be a pressure control issue or possibly a leak at a clutch seal. I would talk to a reputable transmission shop and see what they have to say. Chances are that you will need transmission repairs.

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Code p 1811


Four digit codes are brand specific, for GM products the code is for a problem with the transmission control module. The time between shifts may be too long.
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1811 WHAT DOES THIS MEAN


p1811 is a transmission code for trans adapt long shift. There is a service bulletin for this code that recommends replacement of the pressure control solenoid in the transmission.

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Code 1811 chevy impala


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A common problem with the 4T65E autotransaxle is the pressure control solenoid (PCS) causing the hard shifting and in most cases upshifts only. If this is the case with yours then a scan with a trans capable scan tool may reveal a stored DTC of P1811 (max adapt, long shift) which would confirm the PCS (Pressure Control Solenoid) s suspect.



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2004 impala jerks into first gear sometimes. steering wheel whines. I had transmission flushed. Is the tranny going out. I read many reviews that says it is Thanks


The 2 aren't connected to each other. Tranny flushes are NEVER good. Have it checked for codes. Code 1811 (EPC) VERY common in those trannys cause hard shifts.

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What is a 1811 trans code on a pontiac m0ntana van


this vehicle will get worse before better, the tranmissions go bad in these often.

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I have a 2004 Impala that transmission jerks into gears periodically when doing a bit of stopping and starting off. Have talked to other Impala owners,and some have had tranny problems also. It just...


This is common problems to the transmission when the fluid is getting to dirty and the transmission fluid and filter needs to be replaced. The transmission fluid and filter should be replaced every 45,000 miles to ensure there is no dirt causing the shift servos from binding. The other thing to is that when the transmission fluid get's to dirty, the fluid gets thicker. It retains fluid retention which can cause conflicts in the transmission sensors. What your experiencing is, your transmission is not shifting back to first gear and sticking in to 2nd gear. When you get on the gas peddle, the transmission sensors realize that it needs to be in 1st gear, so as the engine's RPM goes up and the transmission drops back to 1st, you get the jerking condition which will in turn cause you a $2,300.00 transmission replacement. For now when starting off from a stop, let the engine creep forward on it's own first to ensure that the transmission has shifted in to 1st gear. Then get on the gas peddle lightly till you have the transmission serviced. $100.00 transmission service is better then $2,300.00 transmission replacement. Good luck and do not have a transmission fluid flush, just filter and fluid replacement.

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I have the same problem with my trans


No such code exsists. Codes start with P....

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