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Old 09-23-2008, 11:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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hello I have a Every with a auto trans
it seems like it needs another gear
it shifts 3 times
but at 80KM it is hitting 4500 rpms
is this normal or should it be shifting to a 4th gear??
Please help
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1.Geetings!

2. Look at your shift handle.

3 it will show P, N, D, D1, D2? OR L

4. Scrums got THREE gears, not 4.
PS I got an Automatic also, please keep in touch so ,we can work on our problems as most mechenics here dont know a thing about them. 80 KPH! U got balls to go that fast in PI

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Yea it is jsut 3 speed
some transmissions have 4 but they dont list the 4 on the display as they dont want you to just losk it in 4th as you will smoke the clutches trying to take off in 4th
my one only showes 1 2 and D
I am going to put larger tires as i need to travel on the freeway alot
possibly switching from 155 70 13 to a 185 70 13
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Greetings! Wher do you live you got freeway? Our "free way" is about 3KM long! AND its now got 3 wheel bycycles on it!
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Canada My car is in Canada
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i think its the same as mine, only 3 transmission... with d, d2 and L... my question is, does the turbo affects fuel consumption? after i bought this van, it has a turbo being activated everytime it shifts gear, but now i dont feel its working anymore.... how can i disable this? does it have affect on my engines performance?
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Greetings, normal operation for automatic is to put it in D and drive normally, it shifts as needed by it's self. You only down shift for snow and mud, and to slow on a hill to save brakes.
The turbo is a combination thing. It supplies pressurized air to the engine intake, and cools the transmission fluid. You cant disable it and get the thing to run properly. It saves fuel and prolongs the life of the transmission fluid.
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you mean its abnormal operation for the turbo not to be activated anymore? when i bought this every, it goes fast every time it shifts gear like a nitrous injected, then goes down to normal gear position operation after a while...but now i dont feel or see it anymore... do i have to repair it?
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Greetings! Open the engine hatch and check the transmission fluid level while running. It should be between the two dots on the stick, fluid is to be changed every 30000 KM. It should be red color. Low fluid level causes poor shifting. Or you can go to a transmission shop and let them check it for you, you cant change the fluid without a lift, and proper sealent so go to the shop and let them do it.
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thanks for the info bro.... anyway, where can i find this transmision fluid stick? how much will it cost to replace new transmision fluid? i realy appreciate does things sir,,,, i think your from cebu... im i ryt?
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