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Should the car be in neutral or park when checking transmission fluid on a eagle talon?

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Park, unless dipstick or manual says otherwise.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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My 93 Eagle Talon was driving fine then Automatic trans. just stopped like it was put in neutral. Pulled over, and checked fluid, was full. It was freezing that morning (9 degrees) Trans, never slippe


Sounds like your pump just gave up, I am pretty sure you have fluid in the transmission. So if it is not your pump then something broke inside your converter. And the only way to find out is to take it out because even if you disconnect the transmission line and no fluid comes out when you start it does not mean it is the pump because the pump is powered by the converter. Or your transmission is totally plugged up and no fluid can get through. Good luck

Jan 09, 2015 | 1993 Eagle Talon

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Automatic transmission won t shift


you need to replace the NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH (some people call it a PRNDL Switch. Once you get it aligned correctly, all will be well. Install it in Neutral with the Shift indicator in Neutral. Tighten the Bolts and make sure the Park indicator is in Park and the movement of the Cable is correct. you may have to make multiple attempts to get it right.

Feb 12, 2014 | Eagle Cars & Trucks

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90 eagle talon esi rumbles driving down the road?


Sounds like you have a problem in the Overdrive sensor or the lockup in the converter. You should see if a scanner will identify this problem. Ask at the autoparts store about "What they show for an Overdrive switch or Servo?". Autozone, Advance, and Oreillys do free scans.

Check your transmission fluid as the trans works hard in top gear with pressure directly driving the tallest gear in the trans. Low fluid levels could be causing the converter to kick out of Lockup.

Feb 29, 2012 | 1990 Eagle Talon

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Eagle talon will not shift.


A transmission usually does this if it can't read the turbine speed. Some cars use the VSS (vehicle speed sensor) for shifting and others use the TSS (turbine speed sensor) for shifting.

The TSS has a single bolt and a 4-wire connector. If your speedometer works, then I would suspect the TSS is bad. It'll be found in the transmission. Just follow the wires you see running to the tranmission and look for the 4-wire sensor with a single bolt.

Mar 05, 2010 | 1993 Eagle Talon

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95 eagle talon was fine when i went to the store


You may be low on transmission fluid or the torque converter is going bad. Check automatic transmission fluid level with the car idling on a level surface.

Oct 03, 2009 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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Where is transmission fluid intake valve on 1995 Eagle Talon stick


If you have a standard transmission and not an automatic, it does not use regular transmission fluid. It uses a heavy duty oil (85w-90w) and is serviced thru a plug in the side of the transmission housing. If it is low you probably have a seal leaking. If it is a front seal, it can get into your clutch area and cause you some major grief. If the leak is in the rear it can be normally replaced without pulling the transmission.

Jul 10, 2009 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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Eagle talon


Could be:

1. Wrong fluid. Cheap, Just have it serviced with a fluid change.

2. Not enough fluid. Cheap. Go to parts store and add some according to owners manual.

3. Bad fluid. Too old or burnt. Have the fluid changed.

4. Transmission is about to go out. Very expensive.

Feb 10, 2009 | 1994 Eagle Talon

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Transmission fluid


in park and the car on.

Jan 20, 2009 | 1991 Eagle Talon

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Transmission Fluid


some manufactures have chosen not to put dipsticks on their vehicles, being if it is not leaking the level will not go down. thus if you don't see a leak there is no reason to check the fluid level. mike

Jan 04, 2009 | 1993 Eagle Talon

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1992 Eagle Talon Transmission Problem


hello ,
thank you for asking ,
i know that this is really a silly problem , but i am sorry to tell you that you better to get another transmission automatic gear box , because the repairing will cost you a lot , but if you found that it will not cost that much so it's ok to repair it , and if you have any other problem all you should do is asking me , and thank you for using fixya ,
have a great day ,
Adham Said

Jun 27, 2008 | 1992 Eagle Talon

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