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Mazda mpv automatic transmission

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Top off ATF and check for leaks.

Posted on Jan 20, 2014

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SOURCE: auto transmission will not engage in DRIVE gear when starting.

IT IS THE STRAINER INSIDE THE PAN IN THE TRANSMISSION,WHEN ITS COOL THE FLUID IS TO THICK TO TRAVEL AND GRITTY TO GO THROUGH THE STRAINER SCREEN,BUT WHEN THE TRANNY WARMS THE FLUID ITS THEN ABLE TO FLOW THROUGH THE SCREEN AND SHIFT PROPERLY.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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SOURCE: mazda 323 familia automatic is not changing gears only 1,2 and R

hi

it seems that the gear bushings have worn out. you need to take your car to a mechanic to have the bushings changed. Also, please check it your car has enough Automatic Transmission Fluid.

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Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission kicks shifting to second gear

This is a known issue with certain '03 and '04 MPV transmissions; my 2003 had the same problem. There is a Mazda technical service bulletin about this - 05-003/004 (Shift Shock). You need to take the van to a qualified shop and have them flash the transmission control module (TCM) with new firmware.

I had this done. It did not completely fix the problem but it did reduce its occurrence.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: service for 2005 mazda mpv transmission

Yes, that and the oil of course. Just to be 100% clear on this, i'll explain every step in am automatic transmission service. First, drain the oil from the transmission by removing the drain plug. Second, remove the oil pan from the tranny. Then comes the removal of the filter. Then, replace the filter with the new one. Then clean the oil pan of excess dirt and gasket residue if any, and put the new gasket on the pan. Then you just put the oil pan back on the tranny and top off the oil. For the exact amount of oil needed, call your local dealer, or local garage or parts store. Then just verify the oil level just to be sure everything is OK, and note that most transmissions require the engine to be hot to have the correct level on the oil gauge. It should say if it is needed in your owners manual, or on most oil gauges it says ajust when hot, or hot level and cold level. If in doubt, ask the local dealer, garage or parts store again.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 Mazda MPV - reverse gear in automatic

SOUND LIKE BAD TRANSMISSION YOU CAN CHECK THE TRANS PAN FOR METAL SHAVINGS TO MAKE SURE YOU NEED A REBUILD. ALSO CHE YOUR TRANSMISSION FLUID SEE IF ITS RED OR BROWN BROWN MEANS USUALLY TRANSMISSION IS BURN OUT

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