Question about 1993 Nissan Sentra 4 Door
If adjusting the kickdown helped, likely you have an internal pressure loss (either a plugged filter or an internal seal leak..the first adjustment covered the problem by increasing line pressure. Likely the loss has become greater and will not respond as it did before. There are several other reasons this can happen but all are internal...as such all require teardown to correct. I wold examine the filter and if that is not the problem then you need to decide to replace the unit yourself or have it professionally done.
Please don't rate my answer poorly...I can't see, hear or drive your vehicle so I can only suggest simple answers to sometimes complex questions...A good honest trans shop obviously can do this better.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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