Not sure if you mean kick down cable or what.lunchbox said:hows your kick down. check that
Crosley ,, Thanks for your replySimo said:Its non electric overdrive ( In holden 89 mod , Buick V6 3.8 eng )
all gear changes seem fine , I did find a parts diagram on the net showing a band for 2nd and 4th ?? is that correct ?? Im finding it very hard to find info on this auto ,, Band adjustment specs,, tear down and rebuild etc etc ,,
Iff you guys could point me in the right direction it would be muchly appreciated..
Simo from Aus..
Yepp lost that book, i can do if told how,? I think? pans as good as off (im gonna take it off and have a sqizz,look) i will check filter and seals. 1/ Wobblie,,, not happy and losing the plot,, 2/ chuckin,,it's happining now,,( Simo's interpritation,), Thanks Simo Ausstu said:Like Crossley says it is probably a bad internal seal or seals.
There is no " real " band adjustment possible on this transmission.
The only true adjustment is to your pocket book.
Make sure the fluid level is proper.
If you have the tools and capabilities take a pressure test.
Then remove the pan and have a look around.
Check the filter and filter seal.
The filter seal can be the cause of a low pressure reading.
I have seen filters "implode" which will cause a restriction of fluid intake.
1/ What is a wobblie.
2/ How do you chuck it?
LOL,, yepp humor is a good way to go , ca ca hot dude,stu said:ca ca is like do do only more so.
The roos probably dump loads of it.
Just yanking your chain dude. No harm intended.
You have to have humor to make the day go by.
No harm is intended.
Now where's that stick they call a boomerang?:thumbup: