Friday, January 13, 2012

Transmission problem?

Gear not shifting,transmission stuck,gear slips etc etc problems are basically noticed.

If this transmission has a problem all the time, it's likely mechanical and inside the transmission.

If you have an intermittant problem, it's probably electrical.

This system runs on tiny electrical currents. So water in a connector will cause caos.

I put dielectric grease in every connector when I put something together. This displaces the water and eliminates corrosion. I have never had a problem with a connection after doing this. Plus two or three years from now, you can get the connections apart without a crow bar.

So I would recommend that you take apart the TPS connector, speed sensor connector, solenoid connector, OD switch connector, and neutral start switch connector and grease them up. But only use dielectric grease. Any good auto parts store has it. One tube will last 15 years.

This details will help.

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