No codes in the computer except for O2 sensor. Replaced O2 sensor ( upstream) and gutted converter just to be sure it was not stopped up, I still have exhaust air coming from where the manifold bolts to the flex pipe which leads to the converter but most of exhaust is coming out of tailpipe and none of these repairs have affected shift problem at all. I mistated earlier the vehicle will never not shift at all from first to second but under a load not full throttle but on a normal up hill start it will go to around 4500 rpm before hard shift from first to second. Going down hill start the vehicle acts perfect and does not shift hard or late at all from first to second. Yes you can let off gas and it will shift at whatever time u release the load. I am having absolutely no issues from any other gear, shift or overdrive whatsoever I drive car daily. The solenoids were beyond my knowledge I'm an r and r guy so a tranny shop tested them and just told me to replace 1-2 shift solenoid. Now I wanna state I will be replacing both shift solenoids, pressure control, and tcc lockup while I'm in it for preventative maintenance. Should be worth a shot before a tranny huh? And also I agree I'll support engine with jack but as long as I support both engine and tranny with jacks and both top mounts are still bolted I should be able to freely remove cradle correct? Thanks so much for help in tryin to have a good little college car for my stepdaughter.
Monday, September 21st, 2015 AT 12:21 PM