The automatic transmition wont go into gear untill it is warmed up and then when going up hills, the RPM's rev high and there is no power. I was told it is the "manual shifter modulator" any idea if it is true, if so how do I replace the sensor.
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You would most likely find it on the tail shaft housing on your transmition. That is towards the rear of the transmition near where the drive shaft enters the transmition. The sensor will have a 3 wire conector on it. It does not matter if it is a manual or automatic.
p0335 is fault code for crankshaft position sensor which is why it wont start
you may well have to have this done in order for the mechanic to diagnose your transmition fault. it's a bit of a "catch22" situation, you should ask mechanic for worst case with transmition fault regards price and decide weather you want to repair or not
the bad new is that the transmission has failed....the high revving is due to the clutches slipping (yes, auto transmission have clutches, about 3-4 of them wet), as the material wears on them they start to slip.
i bet if you checked the transmission oil, it would smell burnt and be dark brown, it should be red and sweet smelling.....no cheap way around this unfortunatley.....sorry