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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 accent transmission problem
If you have a check light on then of course that would be your best bet to go to Autozone or elsewhere and have them pull the codes for you to try and give you a clear understanding. If the light is not on but the car just does like you are indicating sometimes, then in almost all certainty it is the transmission speed sensor. They are not all that expensive (I had a Kia before and I believe it was around $30). And they are not all that difficult to change out. engine-light-help.com gives some information on speed sensors and some checks you can do. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
HI first off the O2 slow resp code is an exhaust leak and not the O2 sensors itself. Slow resp codes is due to to the O2 reading 2 much oxygen or to little exhaust caused by a leak. Now on to the more important. first thing you should do is go buy a can of starter fluid or 2+2 gum cutter and spray it near the injector number one if the intake gasket is or the injector is leaking the car will sputter than run ok for about a second and then start miss fireing again. Dont buy a coil yet. Try this. get a plastic spray bottle and fill it with alittle luquid soap and the rest water. spray the coil pack and look and listen if you hear a clicking noise or a a blue sparking arking off of the coil, also do tis with a your spark plug wires. One last thing if your spark plugs are not ngk thay are wrong and that also maybe part of your problem.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
7 litres.... but keep in mind that's with the torque converter dry. so just keep adding fluid and checking the dipstick level.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Agreed, your sensore is telling you somethings wrong with the trany. replace the sensor last. from what you describe you have a worn out fritchion cltuch plate. check your trany fluid for shiny particles in the oil or paper like material. this is telling you your tranys clutch plates are going and going fast.
and to find the sensor it will be on the out put shaft part of the trany. it will be on the out side with 2 wires going to it. (this is a hall effect type sensor) it will have a retainer holeing it into place.(possibly an 8 mm bolt) sohuld be the same front and rear wheel drive. front wheel drive is harder to find but look at the axle shalfts and where they conect to the trany. this is the ddifferential. it should be close to this location if not look closer to the main body of the trany. along the back side closest to the fire wall.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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