Saturntech9. Well it's Saturday and the window works like a new one thanks to your help and guidance. Now I have another question. No, you aren't rid of me yet. LOL. I have a warranty on this car, and lately I've noticed the transmission acts different when cold then it does when warmed up. The dealership says I'm wrong, but I'd like another opinion. When it's cold, it shifts 3 times. The last shift at 40 miles an hour. When it's warmed up, it shifts 4 times, the last one at 40 miles an hour. The owners manual says it's an automatic overdrive, but my Haynes repair manual says it's a 4 speed automatic. The dealership say they had it rebuilt before I bought it, and says their trans guy states it is the torque convertor locking up, whatever that means. Regardless, why would it shift 3 times when cold and 4 times when warmed up? If I was driving in the city when it is cold, I would have to reach 40 miles an hour to get the 3 shift, which just doesn't seem right to me, especially being at most times you can't drive 40 mph in the city. Again thanks for your help with the window and will be waiting to hear your thoughts on the trans.
Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 AT 7:43 AM