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Should oil leak out when i remove the speed senser


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My 2003 cadillac cts automatic transmission will not change gears pulls off slowly but will reach high speed


please do not have your transmission flushed , have someone take the oil pan off and replace the filter as well and what ever trans oil you take out replace it as well . no automotive repair shop will warrenty your trans if it should suddenly stop working , but just for your satisfaction ask the transmission repair shop who flushs trans if they guarantee it and have them put it in writing . ive never understood why flush dirty oil and leave the dirty filter in the trans , it collected all dirt and metal wear which is what is causing it to plug up causing it to restrict the oil flow

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I take it you are talking auto transmission. Un do the drain plug in the box sump or if you do not have one remove the sump. replace filter in the sump . replace the sump with a new gasket and refill the sump. IF there is nothing wrong with the transmission and you only want to change the oil the best practice is to take it to a auto transmission shop where they can change the oil with the engine running and this changes the oil in the torque converter as well giving you a complete oil change. IT is more expensive as more oil is used but it changes all the oil and not just a part of the system. If your are talking manual, then remove the drain plug in the bottom of the gear box and when all the oil is out replace the plug tightly and remove the filler plug in the side of the box. Add oil until it runs out of the filler hole and when it stops replace the filler plug tightly. Use the correct grade of oils in both cases.

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Simple tell you there is a valve inside the transmission, the ends of the valve are respectively throttle control oil pressure, oil pressure and speed when you step on the gas inside the valve throttle pressure increases the transmission oil, pushing through change down to one side after a series of relations between the transmission will be blocked, as the speed of high-speed hydraulic control are on the rise, until after the oil pressure is higher than the throttle inside the valve to the other side through the transmission shift up oil, after a series of relations between the transmission block
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I have an 04 fxstb. How often does the tranny oil have to be changed,and how much does it hold


The transmission oil should be changed every 5,000 miles or yearly. The "yearly" change interval is to prevent water buildup in the transmission due to condensation. If you get condensation in the transmission, the oil will float on top of the water. With the water on the bottom of the transmission, you won't detect it by checking the oil dipstick. I've seen many a four speed transmission worn out due to this. Haven't seen a five speed yet but I'd be willing to bet they aren't far off. The transmission holds 20-24 ounces of oil. Drain, refill, stand the bike up straight and check the level with the dipstick. If you think changing your transmission oil every year is too expensive, look at the price of a quart of oil and the price of rebuilding a transmission. I think you'll think the way I do.

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I have an auto transmission with problems. When the engine is cold I get all the auto transmission speed changes from 1st to 4th, but a few minutes later driving it, it gets like disconnected and I get...


you need to change the transmission oil.After doing that and the problem is still there then check the transmission oil cooler is not blocked.Good luck.

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I need to do oil changes for both my engine and transmission. What kind of oil should I get for my transmission? I don't have the owners manual so I have no idea.


The type of oil should be rigt on the oil cap..
If not - should be 5W-30

Trani fluid..
THIS IS A IMPORTANT and very misunderstood issue.

You should really visit http://www.allpar.com/fix/trans.html

if you have a four-speed or five-speed Chrysler automatic. Even most three-speed
automatics are required to use ATF+4.

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Car hesitates when changing gears


Give it a transmission tune-up, Dexron III oil, Lucas for transmission and transmission filter. Check the fluid level, restart the computer go for a ride. Check the fluid level again and continue to drive, it'll get better when the computer sets. I suggest you change the air filter, engine oil and filter, fuel filter etc. Just give it a tune-up!

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