Question about 1992 Chevrolet Camaro
My son has a 92 camaro. The car will get in gear and drive for about 100 yards and then the transmission quits. If you turn the car off for about 10 minutes, the car will get in gear and you can drive it again for another 100 yards or so. I think it might be a transmission leak but have not seen anything in the driveway. Could it just be just a leak and he has no fluid in it or the transmission shot? I would like to know where to start.
I would start by checking the fluid level. THis is most likely a 700 r4 Overdrive transmission, The dipstick is located at the back of the engine bay on the passenger side. The vehicle needs to be running in order to check trans fluid. Pull the stick, wipe it and put it back in the tube, then quickly pull it again, if you don't see any fluid on the stick you are at least 2 quarts low. If the transmission fluid id dark black and smells bad, then your clutches inside are probably toast. That's where I'd start.
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