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It's pretty obvious to me, based on your description that it's a transmission issue. Not sure why a transmission shop wouldn't be able to diagnosis it. Based on the information it sounds like it's not going into third gear, which could be an electrical issue, and if it is the transmission shop should still be able to fix it. There are a few specific things ...


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Since this is an '03, it should be running a 4L60-E transmission. This transmission was fairly anemic as far as being able to stand up to an LS motor. If it has 240k miles on it, that is actually a huge amount of mileage for this transmission. As suggested, this transmission is due for an overhaul. I would bet the sun shell is worn out, as well as all the ...


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Yes, an electronic issue would make it possible, but given the metal flakes in the transmission oil, it's almost certainly a mechanical issue. If the car has been driven particularly hard, and it's the original transmission with no upgrades, it is very likely that it just needs rebuilt at this point. The clutches inside the transmission do wear out over ...


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From what I'm seeing, it's actually called a shifting claw transmission. I got this from this website: In a shifting claw transmission for a motor vehicle including a main shaft and a countershaft and an electric motor for rotating the countershaft or being rotated thereby with freely rotatable gear wheels supported on the counter shaft and engageable ...


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I only used CVT fluid. I did a change at 150k then did another change at 180k. I read a lot about once you change the fluid the detergent can break down the build up and then it destroys your transmission. So the second chance it to allow for the break down slug to be drained out. At that time I also swapped out all the plugs. Now I have 330k and I am doing ...


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That pink thing, gear lock should be replaced under recall..2005-2007 I do believe..


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Chrysler 300, dismantle plastic pieces around shifter, you need Phillips two scews forward top under thin cover, take whole thing out, now you see side of gear selector mount, toward u you see cable behind that "pink thing" get screw driver behehind that nudge forward, E break on!..with other hand get her out of park while nudgeing pink thing forward, that ...


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There are a few things you can do: 1st, change the rear end gears. Your car may have 3.08:1 rear end gears (RPO Code: GU4) in it. If so, you can easily find some 2.73:1 gears (or complete rear end) for cheap. This will effectively lower the engine speed while in transit down the highway by around 12%. This will have a side effect of giving you a little less ...


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Honda Civic Hybrid and other CVT transmissions require CVT transmission fluid from Honda. ATF fluid is not for CVT. Also the change interval for the Honda Civic Hybrid CVT fluid is about 30-40 thousand miles (Maintenance Code: B13). My 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid has 144000 miles...



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