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checked mine today and it was leaking badly. So i replaced it and figured i would change the filter and fluid in the tranny also. Well come to find out my trans is out of a 90 mustang even though my mustang is a 91. Drove nearly clear across town to the parts store that had the 91 filter to find out it didnt fit F*** me. Should have double checked.
Sleeper does your new one have an adjustment screw on it?
1991 Mustang 2.3l - For Sale
2000 Mustang V6
1992 F-150 5.0l
2000 Mustang GT 4.6l
I just replaced mine cause a bunch of fluid poured out, but the car still has trouble going into gear for some reason, if i rev it up to 3k it wil usually pop into gear and go but will go back out of gear if i take a slow turn or at the lower gears. i hope this is not a failing transmission....
i think ill also replace the 1/4" rubber hose, also, ifthere was fluid left in there when i put the new one in could that cause it to have same problems? also when i pressed on the new modulator to make sure i put it in right, after i drove to get smokes and back, a bit of tranny fluid came out of the hole..
ill replacethe hose since maybe the old one isnot securing tightly im guessing it could lose suction and cause same problem.. otherwise idk im at a loss..
Hey, just wanted to point out i resolved my issues. Had to do a couple more steps on my own heres what I found.
The small black hose that was initially unplugged and checked for fluid was replaced since it wasnt as tight as I expected it to be...
All vaccuum lines were unplugged and drained one at a time since I had alot of tranny fluid in them I guess thats why the problem was not resolved... A couple of the lines had an inch cut off the end and then plugged back in to make a tighter fit... just make sure you can afford to clip the end off before doing so, evin still new ones are only about a buck or two a foot....
I checked fluid level and tranny fluid was quite low since so much escaped into the lines...
I added a whole liter slowely and check level throughout...
everything is perfect, thanks for this post you rock...
would that module allow my car smoke it seem that when my tranny started to act up it started to blow smoke it would qiet and the start up after the trans would act up
check fliuds and i have no water in oil ?
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