Question about Cell Phones
When I'm in top gear doing around 50mph theres a thud and the car drops to third gear and wont go up into fourth again until I stop , switch off and restart.
There is 2 flashing symbols , 1 snow mode and 1 sports mode.
My handbook says contact your nearest dealer.
Is this going to cost me hundreds of pounds in a garage.
Please help I'm at my witts end.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The white screen means that the lead linking the screen to the phone is lose, there are 2 or 3 leads, one lights the screen up, the other transfers data to be shown (like your menu etc), the one which lights the screen up is obviously ok but the data one, which is the longer of the two, had obviously come lose, it is possible to fix yourself if you search the internet to find how to take the case apart, its not too hard really, then if you have steady enough hands reconnect the lead, its quite delicate so be careful.
this link shows you how to take the phone apart. hope this helps
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
may be you will be having virus in your memory card ..............or, you may have too much of themes in your memory card this may lead this problem................so try by formatting your memory card ..............i hope i helped you........
Posted on May 14, 2008
have you had any transmission services done yet? like a flush sounds like a sticking solenoid but very hard to say with out looking into it please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
are the fuses numbered? are they behind a door on fuse box? if so, they should have coresponding numbers from back of door to fuse in box. if not than your only recorse is to pull one fuse at a time and chk. each one. make sure you only do one at a time so you donot get them in the wrong place. good luck.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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DEFINITION: A large engine RPM increase is noted in fourth gear, Drive range, with little or no vehicle forward speed increase. First, second, and third gear operation are normal. Shifts into fourth gear are soft or do not occur. Fourth gear ratio is 0.705:1.
Automatic Transmission Fluid Level
Low fluid level
Transmission Main Line Pressure
Low transmission main line pressure
Oil Filter Assembly
• The oil filter assembly (100) is missing, plugged, or damaged.
• The oil filter seal assembly (101) is missing or is damaged.
Control Valve Body Assembly
• The 3-4 shift valve (362) or the 4-3 manual downshift valve (360) is stuck or binding.
• Debris is found in the passages of the control valve body (301) or of the control valve body spacer plate and gasket assembly (396)
Case Cover Assembly
Distortion or damage occurs at the manual valve (404) or at the case cover (401), causing PRN oil leak.
Driven Sprocket Support Assembly
A plugged third clutch oil passage in the driven sprocket support assembly (609)
Fourth Clutch Assembly
• The clutch plates (500-502) are worn, damaged, or misassembled.
• A missing or not seated fourth clutch spring retaining ring (601)
• A damaged spring assembly (602) or piston (603)
• Worn or damaged fourth clutch piston seals (604, 605)
Third Clutch Sprag Assembly
• The sprag (720) was misassembled or backwards on the inner race (661).
• A damaged third clutch sprag assembly (653, 661, 719-721)
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