Question about Daewoo Nubira
Is it automatic or standard if auto check fluid level if full pump is week if standard cluch is going may b abel 2 adjust it
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your problem could be caused by numerous things, how well was this car maintained? A good tune-up should rectify your problems, oil change, air filter change, tranny fluid and filter change, plugs and wire's, coolant flush, timing belt, thermostat, fuel filter are all things that you should have done if they haven't been done recently. Let me know what you have or haven't done on the car and I can try to diagnose further.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2008
We had the very same problem and I found this post somewhere on the net and it worked! After ours stopped going forward, it went in reverse fine too then it stopped moving completely. We just pulled the sensor off today and are looking for a new one but at least the car goes great now.
15th Jul 2007, 21:04
Bought my wife a 99 Ford Taurus at auction. Like others the Transmission sensor gave out. A temporary quick fix is to open the hood, and simply pull off the sensor connector plug on top of the transmission. The transmission will now operate properly in both OD and drive. You will notice your rpm's are steady as your speed goes up - loss of fuel economy due to the failed sensor ( to technical to explain here...). Two things to do: Change out the old transmission fluid immediately - its gonna require synthetic fluid at a higher price, but is worth it as it shifts far better now. And change out the coolant. In fact, I suggest changing out ALL of the fluids and start clean. Until you get the sensor replaced your fuel economy will **** for a while, but its better than not having wheels at all and it IS safe to drive.
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Posted on Oct 19, 2008
SOURCE: when driving at low revs
It's probably your exhaust system. There are heat shields to protect the car from the high temp of the exhaust pipe, they come loose (corrosion of metal from exposure to water, road salt, etc) and will rattle at certain rpms. It could also be the exhaust system touching the car frame. Either scenario, it isn't serious, just annoying.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
it can still cause trouble, im a former vw tech, and you would be amazed at how long they last or issues that arrise, I watched a tech install an engine once because he refused to belive radio was failed,
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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