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I had the same problem. My check engine light came on and the code said that the problem was with the overdrive sensor/filter clogged.You need to change the transmission filter.. But.... remember, if you put new fluid in the viscosity is different and your transmission is used to a (thicker) fluid. The new fluid will be thinner and the transmission will act kinda funny for the first couple of months. A lot of mechanics I've talked to has told me such. The tans works by pressures valves opening and closing and its gotten used to a thick fluid. change the filter and fluid and all should be okay.
jack the car up remove the wheel and c/v axle nut remove the brake caliper and pads and top strut bolts take a hammer and knock the axle backwards to free it from the hub assembly allowing the spindle to tilt foward and away from it then remove the bearing retainer plate and by useing a puller or a hammer pull the bearing out from the spindle housing
well you will have to remove the center console cover and the shifter handle. the handle has a pin that you will have to puul out of the neck of the handle once you have removed everything there will be a socket in the display. a 194 bulb will replace the light. now reverse the procedure.
With the key OFF, turn on parking lamps and emergency flashers. Then walk around the entire car, looking for lamps changing brilliance. Any that DON'T change brilliance either have a bad bulb or a bad ground connection!