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How to drop the transmission - 1995 Dodge Dakota

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I would pull the transfer case first, then the trans

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What's the best way to get to the torque converter on a 2000 ford taurus with a ax4n transmission? Should I drop the motor and trans or should I just drop the transmission??


It sounds as though it is more work, but personally I've always found it easier to drop the engine and transmission together, then split the transmission.

It's much easier to work on the combined unit when it is removed from the vehicle.

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Why did the automatic transmission drop 3rd gear?


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Could you show me or tell mewhere the transmission filter is located on a 1997 ford contour 2.5ltr. v-6?


You have to drop the transmission pan with gasket to get to the transmission filter. About 5 quarts or so of transmission fluid will come out when you drop the pan. You have to buy a new transmission gasket. Do not reuse the old gasket.

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I need to find the transmission dipstick in a 2011 Kia Sportage


The transmission dipstick will be closer to the firlewall on most vehicles It may have a handle with a picture of a transmission on it. You'll need to find the transmission drain plug if there is one. Some models you need to drop the transmission pan some you have to drop the oil pan before you can drop the transmission pan. Many you have to remove brackets and or exhaust parts before you can remove the other pans. See Tutorial

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On a 97 subaru impreza outback sport my transmission (automatic) shifts funny and sometimes slips completely but other times it shifts fine with no problems what gives?


SUBARU Automatic Transmission Solenoid A Dropping Resistor July 2, 2011. Author: Lewis Werner The SUBARU automatic transmission dropping resistor is connected in parallel with duty solenoid A. Duty solenoid A regulates the Subaru automatic transmission fluid line pressure. Like most of the transmission solenoids, duty solenoid A's duty cycle is varied by the transmission control unit (TCU) to control the line pressure.
The dropping resistor works with duty solenoid A in regulating the automatic transmission fluid line pressure. This resistor keeps a certain amount of current flow through duty solenoid A during the 'OFF' portion of its duty cycle. So in other words, duty solenoid A is never fully 'OFF'.
The dropping resistor is located on the right front shock tower, near the MPI (multi-port injection) fuel system dropping resistor. The photos at the right depict the Subaru automatic transmission dropping resistor.
If this resistor fails open, becomes disconnected, or has its wiring severed, one result might be increased shift shock. The reasoning behind this is that without the resistor in the circuit, the line pressure may be higher, since without the current passing through solenoid A during the 'OFF' portion of its duty cycle, it will tend to close further, and thus not bleed off as much pressure from the automatic transmission fluid pump.
If the resistor fails open or is disconnected, it should cause the ATF temperature lamp to flash 16 times on the next startup, since the TCU would be able to see electrically that the resistor is open.
This resistor was used on the SUBARU 4EAT phase I and 4EAT phase II automatic transmissions. It may also be used on the 5EAT though I have not confirmed it. http://www.scoobyenthusiast.com/subaru-components/subaru-automatic-transmission-solenoid-dropping-resistor

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1984 chevy 1/2 ton pick-up either 350 or 400 trans dont know which reverse gear works but no 1,2,3 seems to try to move but wont


Sounds like you need a new transmission. It can only be one of two things: Transmission is old and needs replaced or the torque converter is bad. But if your going to replace the torque converter you might as well make sure you have a good transmission because you have to drop the transmission to get to the torque converter. No point in droping the transmission and replacing the torque converter to find out you need to drop it again because the transmission is bad. You should be able to drop the transmission is a few hours. You only have 3 bolts on the fly wheel and one bolt for the transmission mount and about 6 bolts connected to the engine. Then you have your fluid lines speedometer cable and drive shaft. And your dip stick.

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Is it good to flush a transmission after 220,000 miles?


NO it's not good, just give the transmission a normal transmission fluid and filter change. Flushing the transmission fluid may loosen up any thing that is keeping the O rings and seals from leaking and flushing out the transmission may cause it the fail much sooner then expected. My transmission on my 96 jimmy has over 365,000 miles and still going strong. You may want to replace the boost valve to ensure your getting the proper transmission line pressure, as the transmission get's older, the boost valve weakens causing the line pressure to drop. As the line pressure drops, the transmission starts to slip wearing out your clutch packs. I replace mine every service and the boost valve is not that expensive and can be replaced when the transmission pan is dropped. Good luck and hope this helps answer your question.

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Is the shift cellenoid inside or outside the transmission?


It's in side the transmission, when you drop the transmission pan you can see them on the valve body. You don't have to drop the valve body to replace them, but if your having problem with the shift solenoid. Check the wire harness from the ECM to the transmission and all the wire clip on the transmission first. Good luck and keep me posted.

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Transmission "drops"


Changing the fluid may have caused a piece of dirt to get into the valve body of the transmission or a shift solenoid is sticking, did the shop use the latest fluid which is recommended by GM for all transmission now? it is called Dexron 5, check with them on that.

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