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#1 skybren

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 01:26 PM

Hello, I don't mean to bring up an old subject but... My auto transmission works fine when warmed up. But when it is first started when not warmed up I put it in drive or reverse and it sits there for a short time and does nothing eventually it will engage and then everything is fine. Any ideas out there also I do not want to go to a 5 spd, just want to get this problem fixed, thanks

#2 Skip

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 02:21 PM

1) change the fluid by
draining into a pan.

2) measure what you drained out

3) subract one quart and replace it
with a quart of Lucus transmission honey or TransX

4) refill with new fluid plus additive,

5) check the trans fluid level
when hot and running in nuetral

If you feel real ambitious ....pull the pan and clean the
filter (its a screen you can clean)




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