Question about 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
My son had the same problem on his 2003,i checked with a friend at a trans shop and he told me it has two senors in the trans (inside the cover on the drivers side ) and would cost $600.00 to $700.00 to fix,my son has a repair manual,so we looked it up,we bought the two shift senors cost approx, $100.00, thinking an easy fix,not at all, first we had to jack the car body up and drain the trany fluid, disconect everything,CV axel then we had to drop the engine and trans cradle down to gain acess to remove the side cover, the sensors took less than 5 min.to replace after we got the cover off, after about 8 hours of work,start to finish we replaced the two sensors and that fixed the problem,trans runs like new,this problem seems to exist in these transmissions my friend says,if you have some friends that know how to work on cars,you can save yourself alot of money, BEWARE if you let this problem continue you will blow your trans,hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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