Question about Volvo V70
You did not mention if you have checked the fluid..
This could be caused by a few things..
1 - Incorrect fluid level..
2 - The modulator might have issues.. The modulator is what tells the trani when to **** and is controlled either electronically or by vacuum pressure or both..
3 - The electronics inside the trani and out side could be failing..
The first thing that should be done - is get fluid level right if needed..
Check the fluid while it is running in park and good and warm..
Be careful not to over fill..
Then - it is likely to be most efficient to get it to a trani shop..
What is happening to the trani could possibly cause costly damage to the trani.. Get it before it gets you..
Allot of trani shops will give you a free estimate..
Have a great day !
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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