I solved this problem with my car this morning. Drain the fluid and put a NEW filter in that should clear it up. the kit cost 11.00 for gasket and filter and 4 1/2 quarts of fluid.Total about 35.00. I did it myself in 45 minutes on the ground! Runs like new!
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Re: 1992 Eagle Talon Transmission Problem
Hello , thank you for asking , i know that this is really a silly problem , but i am sorry to tell you that you better to get another transmission automatic gear box , because the repairing will cost you a lot , but if you found that it will not cost that much so it's ok to repair it , and if you have any other problem all you should do is asking me , and thank you for using fixya , have a great day , Adham Said
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A transmission usually does this if it can't read the turbine speed. Some cars use the VSS (vehicle speed sensor) for shifting and others use the TSS (turbine speed sensor) for shifting.
The TSS has a single bolt and a 4-wire connector. If your speedometer works, then I would suspect the TSS is bad. It'll be found in the transmission. Just follow the wires you see running to the tranmission and look for the 4-wire sensor with a single bolt.
As for the high pitched squeeking. Just replace the serpentine belt. Just because you don't notice any crack or no frays, does not mean that the belt is good. My car was doing the same thing and when I replaced the belt everything was fine.
In regards to jumping when shifting. First take a look at the RPM's. If the RPM's are high when shifting from Drive to Reverse this will cause the jumping. If the RPM's are around 750 to 850 then you might have to get the transmission checked out.
Hopfully this will get you going in the right direction. Good luck...