This vehicle which has other problems is considered to be unsafe. Our 2007 Jeep Compass 4x4 manual transmission only had 38,121 miles. This will ensure that the hydraulic chambers in the transmission are filled with oil. Mechanic told us that the slave cylinder was leaking profusely. While driving 40 mph up an incline, the vehicle began to vigorously jerk and the check engine warning indicator illuminated. And for the past year I have had several issues with the vehicle stalling when I am decelerating or stalling when at a complete stop.
Answer Unfortunately, I don't have one of those. Got off highway and car only would go 25 mph. Make sure the engine is off and that you replace the bo … lt plug after. There are two plugs on the transmission. Fill as necessary, replace inspection plug and then turn engine off. The cvt transmission replacement costs should have been debited back to the supplier at 100%. Another time at 33,000 miles, they found the transmission was failing so they replaced the transmission.
It now has 66000 miles on it so this transmission has about the same mileage on it as the original did. As of January 30, 2008, the dealer had not inspected the vehicle. Vehicle should be not running, Answer: A Honda-what? By not following this step, you will get an incorrect reading. There is a public danger because of sudden failure and engine revving to maximum rpm. The contact stated that the transmission also failed.
The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the transmission was failing and needed to be replaced. I took it to wallace Jeep in stuart florida where the service manager did a diagnostic on it and said he could find nothing wrong. The other times after leaving it sit for approximately 30 minutes, it would restart. Answer I ha … ve a 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited and a digital copy of the manual. An upper and a lower plug. Total loss of power to drive train.
Never fill it past the ï¿½Fullï¿½ mark. When the car jerked and loss acceleration, the engine came on and began to blink and ring. It will whicne and strain and just not change, even as the rpm climb sky high, it will not shift without assistance. The contact stated that the failure had recurred several times. The dealer advised the contact that the cvt part was the cause of the failure and the entire transmission would need to be replaced. Then it happened again when I was at a stop light, the car would not shift into 1st or 2nd gear, waited and pumped the clutch and it went in. All of the parts were on back order and our car has been in the shop nine days.
Driving the car 10 miles or more is the best way to properly warm it up. I took it to the dealership where I bought it and they said there was nothing wrong with it but that the tech's are unfamiliar with the new transmission in this vehicle. The lower is to drain the fluid and the upper is to fill. Complaint Number: 10282765 Incident Date: August 1, 2009 Date Added to File: September 3, 2009 Description of the Complaint: Throttle warning light caused engine to stop. We have been told that by several mechanics that this should not happen to a car this new with so few miles.
Not sure what to do next! The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. As a result, he crashed into a ditch. The system failure has resulted in a reduction of power to such extent that it is difficult to safely merge into a lane of traffic. It says: Have the engine at operating temp, 15 miles of driving will do. I let it sit for 30 minutes and it started again just like the other times. Do not add the entire quart at once; add small amounts at a time until you get the correct reading on the dipstick. This plug can be seen after taking off the wheel.
Jeep has fixed the problem, but has not taken the responsibility to pay for the entire repair. The dipstick is located down low, on the front left side of 1990s Accords with automatics. If it still is not reading the correct level, add more fluid. I previously owned 3 different grand cherokees with no issue , but this Compass is a worthlesss, dangerous, pole of junk! Chevy cobalts auto or standard don't have a dipstick there is a plug under the car near the torqe converter u must have the car running and up to normal running temp raise the car evenly on all sides so its level while its running crawl under undo the plug if fluid runs out its full if not go to the top of the car near the fuse block undo the vent cap at the top of the tranny big black cap and fill there until fluid drips out of the hole by the torqe converter when it drips put plug back in and vent cap and you are done i am a mechanic at a local chev dealer and own one The dipstick is located at the top of the trans, some models it pulls out but most have to unscrew it. . What does your owner's manual say? My Haynes manual says one way and my Chilton's manual says the other.
Chrysler would not complete the repairs until we agreed to share in the cost. The failure mileage was unknown, but the current mileage was 128,000. Then it happened again when I was at a stop light, the car would not shift into 1st or 2nd gear, waited and pumped the clutch and it went in. I am very unhappy with the problems and scared that the vehicle will stall when I am on a major highway. The most general way for an automatic transmission is with the transmission in park engine running and warm, on level ground pull out the dipstck then wip it off and then put it back in and pull it out again and see where the fluid is on the … dipstick. On multiple occassions the automatic transmission has failed to shift from gear to gear without manual assisstance.
Just had a tune up two days prior to this problem. Consult the ownerï¿½s manual for more information, or some vehicles have the instructions on the dipstick. The dealer stated that the parts were designed to wear. Consult the ownerï¿½s manual for this information. Some times the vehicle jerks so bad that my seat belt locks up. All of the parts were on back order and our car has been in the shop nine days. The contact stated that while driving the vehicle for 50-55 mph for about an hour or so, the vehicle would independently decelerate down to 15 mph; with the transmission failure indicator illuminating on the vehicles instrument panel.