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Transmission control moves so freely that tractor will not stay at a fixed speed

Fluid and filter has been changed at regular intervals

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Most hydro units will have an adjutable friction pack to stop the control arm moving too treely, follow the control arm down to the side of the hydro, you should see a nyloc nut on top of a spring, tighten nut to tention lever.

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Why do people say"If you want to get you transmission fixed, do not change the fluid?


Reading the old fluid can help the mechanic determine what is wrong. The replacement fluid will be thinner than the old contaminated fluid making clutches more likely to slip.

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When NOT to change your transmission oil.


This is from our transmission shop and many others like us: If you have not religiously changed your automatic transmission fluid every 30,000 miles, STOP - DO NOT Change the fluid or filter, not only is it a waste of money, but the old fluid has 'particles in suspension' (clutch disc fibers), and when you replace the fluid you are removing those particles, of which, the clutch discs now need for internal engagement (when fluid is not changed regularly). This supporting fact comes from many reputable transmission shops (including ours), that have found out throughout the years that: "If you DO change the fluid on high mileage automatic transmissions that have NOT had transmission oil changes on a regular interval as described by the OEM's,(Original Engine Manufacturers) suggestion; transmission FAILURE will result within 1 to 6 MONTHS of further use." Save money and heed this warning!!

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I have a Victa by Murray ride on with a hydrostatic trans. With no catcher its moves fwd and rev but not very quickly. It moves at the same speed whether at idle or full revs. With the catcher on or up a...


First check your drive belt, and the fluid level..
if they are good, make sure your linkage moves freely at the transmission. If it's been a while since you did a fluid change if at all, you might try changing the oil and filters on the transmission.

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TRANSMISSION STICKS SHIFTING GEARS


Modern transmissions require regular ATF automatic transmission fluid changes. Of ten the interval is around every 36,000 miles. I recommend changing the ATF and see if the condition improves. If the ATF is really dirty drive the vehicle for 1000 to 2000 miles and change it again. I always start with the cheapest fixes first. Hope this helps.

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2007 pt cruiser crankz up but wont move in neither gear i tried putting it all gears but the car wouldnt move,can u please help me with this problem thankz


CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL NEED TO DO TRANSMISSION FLUID CHANGE AND FILTER CHANGE,ADJUST BANDS EVERY 15000 MILES INTERVALS. CODE SCAN FOR FAULTY TRANSMISSION FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH OR FAULT IN TRANSMISSION SHIFT SOLENOID.

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What is the trans fluid service interval?


Hi,

This is the most overlooked service of vehicles today.

Due to the advanced technology in electronic transmissions, it is now more important than ever, to regularly change the trans fluid. Most auto transmission failures are a result of bad fluid or incorrect levels.

Whilst most manufacturers suggest fluid changes around 60 - 80,000miles, if you intend to keep the vehicle for a few years, then I strongly reccommend following the new standard of 30,000mile intervals.

This will involve flushing the transmission & cooler tank (with clean trans fluid), changing the trans oil filter and refilling with new fluid to the CORRECT level.

Use ONLY manufacturer's specified transmission fluid (not all fluids have the same properties).

NEVER overfill the transmission case.

Modern day electronic transmissions rely on good oil pressure to perform well. Regular trans oil changes will ensure this, as well as avoiding costly transmission repairs.

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Car wont move


maybe you broke the main chain in the transmission // i've seen that happen on a 87 bonneville when starting off a green light with a full load of groceries in the trunk. they break just like anything else bad news is replacement is almost as cheap as fixing it / you need a replacement transmission :)

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No power when drive is engaged


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Check your drive belt and the tensioner pulley that holds tension on the drive belt. Its possible for the tensioner pulley to be sticking and not putting enough pressure on the drive belt causing it to slip.
Grab hold of that tensioner pully and make sure it moves in and out freely against the drive belt.



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Transmission fluid change intervals


Ya but if nissan planted filter's in there tansmission's then they would grow,right?NISSAN does not install filter's in the tran's.It is a permanent screen and luckily for people all I have to do is undo the plug from the pan and drain while hot, screw the screw the plug back in and funnel your new fluid back in to the tran from the dip stick tube(my 04 sentra 1.8s 4speed automatic takes 5 quart's but holds 6-type D nissan fluid from dealer,change about every 15 to 20 thousand miles to keep it clean and thin.Remember trans fluid is petroleum and get's hot burn's and thicken's making restriction's on rotating metal).My car has over 90,000miles and shift's perfect

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