Question about 2000 Ford Focus
An old one ---think it needs a new front clutch and brake band ,but do check for a vacumn pipe from the inlet manifold to the gearbox long shot but it might have a vacumn controlled unit in the gearbox to tell it when to shift doubt it as this was only on cars in the 60s but you never know.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have 2004 V-8 Touareg. Can
you can go through the ecm and reconfigure the trans control module,however there could be an underlying reason for you high shift points. it could be that you have a faulty engine speed sensor which sends the signal to the ecm to operate your transmission. my advice would be to check for any loose connections first. also your shift points are set to the power curve of your engine so if your having to throttle it to a higher degree it could be that the performance of your engine is not what it should be. if you can give me some more background on your vehicle i can evalueate it further
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
My daughter has a 2003 with the same problem. She took it to a highly regarded transmission shop. They told her it is not the transmisison but an engine performance problem. She took it for an oil change to check the filters etc and the fuel filter is bad. I will follow up if that fixes the problem.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
hav u done your needed maintenance like checking oil level-itz done with engine going in park also shift cable needs ajusting or solenoids on the electronic models if alot of miles then a rebilt is posible am tired and its late-try testing the tps sensor 1st has to with shifting***
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
When you first start driving it usually takes atleast 4 miles to warm the transmission to operating temperature. The temp of the motor may say it is warmed up, But, the trans fluid and differential fluid only begins to warm as you drive and the parts are actually working. THe computer has sensors that keep the trans from shifting to OD until the temp is up as not to add stress to the motor until warmed properly. Hope this helps and have a good day.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
SOURCE: Slow pick-up, high rpm
Do a full Service air filter oil transmission oil brake fluid radiator the 9 yards this should help some if not then you should take it to a mechanic to have your transmission tested or you can use lucas transmission stop slip
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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