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Check transmission fluid level, it could be low on fluid causing it to hang up and not shift properly.
Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My 97 Jimmy was doing the same thing, codes P0740 & P0753 witch are torqe converter lock up & shift solinoid. I unhooked the wires in the drivers side of the trany and cleaned them with contact cleaner bought at the parts store. I reconected the harness and disconected the baterie for a couple of houres and no trouble since.... 4 days so far Knock on wood........ Hope it helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
change your transmission filter: no or, very little movement and, no shifting indicates a clogged hydrolic circuit
do not continue to drive your car at that rpm until you fix this as engine damage can occur
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: We were travelling at 70-80 kph in our Mitsubishi Pajero 2000 model Fieldmaster , automatic transmission when our grandaughter accidentally kicked the transmission lever from drive to neutral. The veh
no i do not think its your tran. it could be a dust shield or a heat sheld came lose. it happen to me befor .and the car was fine. ok have a nice day
Posted on May 04, 2009
if you google "grand vitara vibration" you will find a discussion board about the many many grand vitaras getting around with a vibration problem. I happen to be one of these people and am seriously thinking of selling the car after all the problems I have. It appears to be a drive train design fault which will cost a fortune to fix, believe me its not a tyre problem, ive had 4 wheel alignlents and balances and it never seems to fix the problem.Take it to a mechanic and let them have a good look at it.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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