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That could really be anything with out more details. If you bring it by Mr. Transmission, we will raod test your car for free and let you know what needs to be done.
It sounds like the shift interlock switch is bad in the consule. If you would like to bring it by Mr. Transmission on Antoine or the location on I-10 East, we would be more than happy to diagnose your problem for free.
If you bring it to Mr. Transmission on I-10 East or on Antoine, we will do a free performance check to find out what you need. It's free with or without repairs. We don't beleive in charging you for information that you need. Give us a call at 713-455-1780 or 713-683-0700
Sounds like it could be slipping, have you brought it back in for a recheck? If you would like another shops opinion for free, then you should bring it by Mr. Transmission. Set up an appointment at 713-455-1780 or 713-683-0700
Anon is right, on late model caddilac rear wheel drive vehicles, the transmission has to be drained and filled form underneath on both manual and automatic transmissions.
It depends on which model transmission is in your A4. The most common transmission for your car is a ZF5HP-24FLA. If thats what you have, then the input speed sensor will be inside the pan. You will also need to remove the valvebody to access it.
That transmission is known for electrical failures. You should bring it by for a free diagnostic check. At Mr. Transmission we road test and scan the computer for free.
It's hard to say, independent transmission shops do not have rules enforced upon them from a higher power. When I say rules, I am refering to both quality control and customer relations. Most every transmission specialist have the same amount of knowledge and abilities but an independent store can get away with "patchwork" and call it rebuilt.
Here at Mr. Transmission on I-10 East, we diagnose engines and transmissions for free. We also have free towing with repairs. Bring it by or give us a call and we'll be more than happy to help you out. Josh
Another possibility is a fuse popping during the jumping of the battery or a bad connction on the battery causeing pour ground. Before spend over $900, check the fuses and have someone clear the codes in the computer. I will do both for free and do a free diagnostic check so you'll know for sure what is happening. Josh
- Mr. Transmission/Milex Automotive (713) 455-1780 12344 East I-10 Freeway
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