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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Transmissions do use a tank, they hold the fluid in the pan under the transmission. Find your transmission dipstick (usually near the firewall) - it is a long dipstick that reaches the level in the pan.
Check your owners manual for dipstick location and how to check your fluid - most transmission have to be checked when the vehicle is hot, engine running and the transmission in neutral.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
If the lever itself is broken remove it it will have a cable attached to it. unhook the lever from the cable and pull the inner cord of the cable with plyer's or simular. If the lever is'nt broken it may be stressed so follow the same process. As to removing check arround the lever for screws if no screws the lever pivets on a pin gently tap out the pin with a small punch and hammer if you havent got a suitable punch then file or cut the point of a small nail.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Try checking your timing to solve the ping problem, your timing might be too far advanced. For the downshifting problem, I have this same issue on my odyssey, On the top of your efi manifold you will see 2 wires that control your throttle, One of them extends to the transmission and basically lets it know when you are pressing firmly on your gas pedal, telling it to downshift. I would adjust it so the cable has some more slack in it, therefore requiring a harder press on the pedal before downshift, and hopefully a sooner upshift. You can also slightly adjust idling problems if the van is running high while in park or drive while sitting. As for the gas vapor purge code, I would first try replacing the egr valve, its only a couple bucks and takes no more than 5 minutes.
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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