03-22-2010, 10:21 PM
Oh it is a 1994 v6 3.1 and we think it is a 3 speed automatic (shifter has P,R,N,O,D,L on it)
03-23-2010, 12:25 AM
by what your shifter reads,,,,,4 speed trans,,,,,sounds like a clutch pack slipping,,,,you can leave the modulator un-plugged...this controls line pressure,,,disconnected causes trans line pressure to go to max pressure,,, this causes clutch packs to be squeezed tighter with higher pressure ,not a fix but can be driven untill re-build or repair can be done....
another possibility is to replace modulator with after-market adjustable type,,,crank screw in snout clock-wise to almost bottom of range,,4 turns or so,,,,if tranny is not totally shot,,,,this should solve the problem......if doesen't slip at full pressure,,,,this fix has a shot!!!!!!!
03-23-2010, 06:51 AM
Thank you. This has been very helpful. We'll give the adjustable modulator a try.
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