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Hi I have Hyundai I 20 1.4 automatic,the problem is gear is taking long to shift the gear and less power I feel when I drive

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The input and output transmission sensors may be bad. My car had this malfunction. I replaced the sensors and have had no more problems.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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I have the same problem also. Hope someone has the answer.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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seems to be a worn clutch... Take/Tow your vehicle to an authorized Hyundai dealership and pay the diagnostic fee... they will tell you exactly what the problem is and the cost of parts/labor to fix it... at least this way you'll know what the problem is and what's required to fix it.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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If I understand you correctly, you have ALL forward gears working, but reverse doesn't?... then the problem is in the transmission itself or the linkage on the trans linkage into reverse.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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it sound like you have a vacum leak or your shifter cable may need adjusted

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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Assuming your Toyota Corolla S is an automatic:

P, R, N, D, these are all letters on your automatic transmission that you're probably familiar with. However, you might rarely, if at all, shift into "L" on the gear shift. So what does this letter stand for? And should you use it?
L stands for low gear. When your car is in drive, or D, the automatic transmission will shift through the gears as your speed increases. When your car is in low, or L, the transmission won't shift. Instead, it remains in a low gear, and less fuel is injected into the engine. This gives you less speed, but what you sacrifice in speed you make up for in engine torque. Basically, using low gear gives the engine more power.
Torque is useful when you're towing something with your automatic. Towing requires more torque, but if you tow in drive it puts more strain on your engine as the transmission cycles through the gears. Keeping it in low gear lets you keep the torque, which makes towing easier, and reduces the stress on your engine. Another reason you might use low gear is for driving up a hill in order to give your engine the power to get up the hill without over-stressing it. Low gear is also useful for driving in snow or on icy roads, because it reduces your speed and gives you more control over the vehicle.

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Bigger automatics have 4 or more speeds. Till recently, 4 speeds were the norm, and fourth gear was often dubbed Overdrive, as it allowed the engine to run slower in 4th gear, than it had to maintain speed in 3rd gear, drive. It's good, it increases your mileage per gallon of gas, so you save that way, but like all things more complicated, they cost more to fix when something goes wrong.

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2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. Car shifts very hard from 2nd to 3rd gear. Along with the hard shifting it jumps/jerks when it engages into 3rd gear.when downshifting Very hard shift into lower gears and car slows...


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Hi,
The 1st>>2nd shift on the Subaru 4EAT automatic transmission can be more abrupt, but 3500 is too high.
Is there any delay when shifting from Park to Drive?
Does the Power light flash on startup? If it does, you can pull the codes by following these instructions.

This trans has 'bands' that can be adjusted. I'm not 100% sure they affect the 1st>2nd gear shift, but maybe they need adjusted.

Take a look @ ultimatesubaru.org/forum and http://bbs.legacycentral.org. 2 sites dedicated to Subarus.

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Based on what you write, I feel you have an automatic transmission problem, based on the fact that the transmission will not shift on its own into fourth gear. This could be a problem internally within the valve body and or clutch packs.
Remedy, or a good place to start with a diagnosis is a transmission service.

The person doing the service can inform you further.

If you would like to contact me again about this or other problems, feel free to do so.
Bill
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