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Old 12-16-2002, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Urgent!! Mission problem.

Hi, Guys.
I think it'* serious problem.

I could't move my bonneville yesterday morning. Even if I shifted to "D", bonneville didn't move at all. RPM and the accelator was working fine.

I was so wondering, and move the shift to "1".
Fortunately it started to move.

What do you think? Is this Mission problem?, oil?, cold weather or more serious?
I got the same problem yesterday evening.

Thanks guys..
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Check the tranny fluid (car running in park on level ground). Don't drive it until you figure out what is wrong with it.
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Default Tranny Fluid

Hi.. Thank you for your reply.
I have checked the tranny fluid twice per week in regular.

Nothing wrong with the tranny fluid (I thin
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I think one of your shift solonoids in your transaxle may be bad. I'm not a trans expert, but to my untrained eye, that'* your problem.
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Default Well, Shift solonoids in transaxle...

Well.. Thanks a lot.

I am not familliar with the transaxle and transmission at all. Is it inside the transmission?
How much cost is the usuall for fixing it?

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