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If it idles fine and happens only when you place it in drive, it sounds like a Torque Converter Solenoid. To be certain, buy a cheap fault code reader... Aktion is good one that is easy to use. You will need the Haynes manual and look up any fault code in the chapter on Emissions. This will speed you on your way to fixing your car, Torque Converter Solenoids are usually easy to DIY. Just be clean around them, I used Simple Green to clean the whole area up before I removed the old one... an old toothbrush helps. You will need a thin metal spatula to pry off the old gasket. They are brittle and will break into pieces. Use a safety razor blade to cleanly scrape away any remnants. I used a series of interconnected straws to suck out any gasket debris from inside the holes in the transmission. A tissue placed between the straw and lips keeps you from drinking any transmission fluid. Be clean and the install will go fine.
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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