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Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the Transmission line has a leak. Check the transmission line from the transmission to the radiator. You have two steel lines which runs to and from the transmission to the transmission cooler in the radiator. The line could be corroded and may need to be replaced, good luck and service the transmission too. The transmission on the transport are know to have problems when ran low on fluid or dirty transmission filter.
Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on May 25, 2009
SOURCE: Problem with my Vs commodore
panhard rod. go to the wreckers and get one from another vs. shouldnt cost u more than $20. as for the wishbone a wheel alignment will give you an indication if this is bent. if it is a minor one a realinment may fixit otherwise once again visit the wreckers and get one. dont forget to take some coil spring compressors ( you can hire them if you dont own or want to buy any). shouldnt take you more than a half a day.
you say wishbone, which is in the front, so if it is just a trailing arm, dont need the compressors just take a few spanners n sockets out, get the right sizes and hed to the wreckers. You should get them parts for under $50. half a day and half a slab of beer with a mate and you should be on your way again, after sobering up of course :)
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
The timing of the engine has gone haywire. Try to align the cam shaft notches of corresponding pulley and set the tensional bolt back to same position, before removal of the belt, The alignment has to be perfect.Disruption of timing of firing other the engine. Higher the rev, the faulty the engine will not be able to take up the load....sodeep
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Check the busings on BOTH ends of the shifter cables. First check underneath the center console that your bushing didn't break and cause your shifter to be limp and not move anywhere. This is a very common problem and can be remedied permanently by getting the delrin bushing found on ebay.
Next, if the above is fine, check the clips on the shifter side under the hood. There are 4 clips. Two hold the cable ends to the tower and slide horizontally. The other two hold the cables onto the transmission and slide on vertically. Sometimes these clips fall off and makes the shifter inoperable.
Finally if all of the above checks out the last possibility is that your shifter tower metal tab that the shifter cables attaches to is broken and sliding instead of pushing or pulling. This happened to my car but is not likely as my manual was in a raced Saturn previously so wear from that most likely caused it to break.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
check your entire cooling system for leaks including water pump, thermostat, radiator hoses, even your coolant reservoir. leaks are rough man sorry for your frustration.
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
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