Cooling System Bleed Procedure 2002 Honda Accord EX

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Jan 292020
 

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If my heat gauge is reading all the way hot but motor and coolant is only warm to the touch and no smoking or boiling over would it be the thermostat?



Probably Not. The heat gauge uses a ECT Sensor to indicate the engine coolant temperature. Sometimes if there is an air pocket the sending unit will read hot until the cooling system is properly bled. Once the system is properly bled you can use an infrared hand held temperature gun to check the accuracy of the gauge.

The first thing I would check would be the coolant level. Also confirm the temperature gauge sending unit wire is connected. If it has become disconnected it will read full hot all the time with Key in ON position.

If you just worked on it and are now having the issue, check around the area you were working to make sure you didn’t accidentally leave a wire disconnected.

You can check the the sensor by removing it and using checking the resistance ohms.

Specifications
Application Resistance (Min-Max) Ohms Temp ºF (ºC)
EX 15000 – 20000 -4ºF (-20ºC)
5000 – 7000 32ºF (0ºC)
2000 – 4000 68ºF (20ºC)
900 – 1200 104ºF (40ºC)
300 – 400 176ºF (80ºC)
100 – 300 248ºF (115ºC)
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Location

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Suspension 2001 Toyota Hilux 3.0 kzte

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Jan 292020
 

Toyota Tacoma

I have a new suspension set from a 2019 Hilux. Can fit on my old 2001 model?



No. The part numbers are completely different and so is the design. With that being said you could make them fit with a set of cutting torches, a welder and a little fabricating.

2001 Toyota Tacoma/Hilux Front Shocks

Model Year Part Number Callout Pricing
SHOCK ABSORBER 10
 All……………………………… 2001-02 4851039585 263.46
 w/o PreRunner…………………….. 2001-04 4851180083 57.73
 w/PreRunner………………………. 2001-04 48510A9080 135.56

2019 Toyota Tacoma/Hilux Front Shocks

Model Year Part Number Callout Pricing
SHOCK ABSORBER 6
Tacoma
 2.7L…………………………….. 2016-19 485108Z359 158.95
 3.5L
  Mark 48510-04190…………………. 2016-19 485108Z253 127.32
  Mark 48510-04200…………………. 2016-19 485108Z359 158.95
  Mark 48510-04220…………………. 2016-19 485108Z360 158.95

Suspension System, Inspection

A visual inspection must always be performed to confirm the presence of aftermarket components, potential collision damage, or areas of concern.

  1. Inspect tire pressures with all normal loads in vehicle and tires cold. Refer to vehicle certification (VT) label.
  2. Verify that all tires are sized to specification. Refer to VT label.
  3. Inspect tires for incorrect wear and damage. Install new tires as required.
  4. Remove any excessive accumulation of mud, dirt, or road deposits from chassis and underbody.
  5. Inspect for aftermarket changes to steering, suspension, and wheel and tire components (such as competition or heavy duty).
  6. Visually inspect components for damage or wear as follows:
    a.Front wheel bearings.
    b.Suspension fasteners.
    c.Springs as well as incorrect spring usage.
    d.Air suspension components, if equipped.
    e.Shock absorbers.
    f.Struts.
    g.Suspension bushings.
    h.Steering system components.
    i.Axle components.
  7. Connect a suitably programmed scan tool to vehicle DLC. Ensure no DTCs are present.
  8. If an obvious cause for an observed or reported condition is found, correct cause as required.
  9. Road test vehicle. Stay alert for any abnormal sounds or vibrations that could originate from suspension system.

Shift Cable Adjustment 2006 Jeep TJ Rubicon 4.0L,auto

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Jan 292020
 

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Where and how to adjust transmission shifter cable when Jeep is in drive shift indicator is in 2nd? The bushings and cable are good.



Gearshift Adjustment Procedure

  1. Shift transmission into PARK.
  2. Remove floor console as necessary for access to the shift cable adjustment.
  3. Loosen the shift cable adjustment nut.
  4. Raise vehicle.
  5. Unsnap cable eyelet from transmission shift lever.
  6. Verify transmission lever is in PARK detent by moving lever fully rearward. Last rearward detent is PARK position.
  7. Verify positive engagement of transmission park lock by attempting to rotate propeller shaft. Shaft will not rotate when park lock is engaged.
  8. Snap cable eyelet onto transmission shift lever.
  9. Lower vehicle.
  10. Tighten the shift cable adjustment screw to 105 in. lbs.
  11. Verify correct operation.
  12. Install any floor console components removed for access.

2006 Jeep TJ/Wrangler Shift Cable Routing Diagram

2006-jeep-shift-cable-routing-diagram

  1. Shift Mechanism
  2. Lock-Tab
  3. Ignition Lock Interlock
  4. Steering Column
  5. Solenoid
  6. Wire Connector
  7. Manual Lever
  8. Cable Bracket
  9. Shifter Cable
  10. Bellhousing
  11. Tie Strap
  12. Park/Brake Interlock Cable

VW New Beetle 2001 shift cable replacement

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Jan 282020
 

VW Beetle

The gear shift cable to the transmission. I wonder do u have pics under the car off the ground while u did the job or videos?



Shift Cable Replacement

Removing

►Remove air cleaner.

►Shift selector lever into “P” position.

►Pull selector lever cable 1 upward off selector shaft lever 2.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-1

►Remove circlip 3 at support bracket.

►Raise vehicle.

►Disconnect exhaust system after front exhaust pipe at double clamp A. Remove supports for front exhaust pipe from assembly carrier if necessary. >>>

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-2

 

►Remove cross support B below exhaust system.

►Remove heat shield C.

►Remove heat shield D.

►Unbolt cover from selector lever bracket.

►Pry selector lever cable 3 off selector lever 2 with a screwdriver.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-3

 

►Pull circlip 1 for securing selector lever cable to selector lever housing out downward.

►Pull selector cable carefully out of selector lever housing.

Installing

  • Check the protective boot for damage; the protective boot can only be changed together with the selector lever cable.
  • Before installing lightly grease ball socket on end of cable.
  • Check that the protective sleeve is correctly installed. Do not install the protective sleeve twisted.
  • Do not bend or kink the selector lever cable.

►Guide selector lever cable 3 with a new seal into selector lever housing.

►Press selector lever cable onto selector lever 2.

►Install new selector lever cable circlip 1 onto selector lever housing.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-3

 

Installation position:

The angled end of the circlip faces to the inside of the selector lever housing.

►Move selector lever from “P” to “1”.

Condition:

  • Selector lever mechanism and selector lever cable must move freely. If necessary replace selector lever cable or service selector lever mechanism.

►Shift selector lever into “P” position.

►Bring selector shaft lever into position “P” on transmission. Locking lever must engage in park lock wheel, both front wheels blocked.

►Loosen bolt 2 at front ball socket 1 of selector lever cable.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-4

►Insert selector lever cable into transmission support bracket and press onto selector shaft lever 4.

►Press new securing clip 3 onto transmission selector lever cable support bracket.

►Tighten bolt arrow (5 Nm).

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-5

►Fasten cover onto selector lever bracket with new gasket and new O-ring.

►Install heat shields.

►Reconnect exhaust system using double clamp >>>

►Check selector mechanism Selector Mechanism, Checking.

►Install air cleaner.

NOTE

Applicable vehicles:

  • Beetle: 1.8L,2.0L; A (1999-04)
  • Beetle: 1.9L; A (1999-03)
Selector Lever Cable

Removing

►Check whether a coded radio is installed. If so, obtain anti-theft coding.

►With ignition switched off disconnect battery Ground strap.

►Press sleeve on selector lever handle down.

►Pull selector lever handle off upward with button pressed.

►Carefully pry selector lever mechanism cover out at rear left and right and lift off.

►Remove center console and arm rest if part of original equipment.

►Disconnect locking cable from shift mechanism locking lever Locking Cable.

►Separate cable tie 1 on selector lever bracket.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-6

  • Do not damage wiring!

►Carefully pry retainer 2 for cable and connector 3 out of selector lever bracket with a screwdriver.

►Separate connection 4 for shift lock solenoid and connection 5 for selector lever position display.

►Carefully lift frame up at the four corners 6 and remove. Do not damage contact spring for selector lever position display.

►Remove locking segment (2 bolts).

►Place selector lever in position “1”.

►Undo retaining bracket 7 (2 nuts).

►Remove securing screws 8 (Qty. 2) for the solenoid.

►Remove front selector lever bracket mounting (2 nuts).

►Raise vehicle.

►Disconnect exhaust system after front exhaust pipe at double clamp A. Remove supports for front exhaust pipe from assembly carrier if necessary. >>>

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-2

 

►Remove cross support B below exhaust system.

►Remove heat shield C.

►Remove heat shield D.

►Remove rear selector lever bracket mounting securing bolts (Qty. 2).

►Pry selector lever cable 3 off selector lever 2 with a screwdriver.

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-removal-diagram-3

 

►Pull circlip 1 for securing selector lever cable to selector lever housing out downward.

►Pull selector cable carefully out of selector lever housing.

►Remove selector mechanism downward.

►Remove solenoid securing bolts (Qty. 2).

►With selector lever in position “1” remove solenoid with locking pin and spring from selector lever housing, while moving selector lever back and forth slightly if necessary.

►Loosen nut for selector lever mounting pin, when doing this only counter-hold on mounting pin hex (the mounting pin must not be turned).

►Carefully drive mounting pin out with drift.

►Remove selector.

Installing

Installation is performed in the reverse order or removal.

Video footage from underneath

Shift Cable Diagram

2001-vw-beetle-shift-cable-diagram

2016 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Coolant MS-90032

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Jan 272020
 

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I’m not sure which engine coolant I should use. The cap on my coolant tank reads MS-12106 but the manual has MS-90032 (orange). I went out and bought Prestone Orange (MS-12106), is it safe to use?



YES! The MS-90032 coolant number has been replaced with the MS-12106. So even if you go to the dealership they will sell you the MS-12106 coolant as they do not have MS-90032. Coolant Part# 68163849AB

The Auto Repair Manual States to use MS-12106 as well.

MOPAR Antifreeze/Coolant 10 Year/150,000 Mile Formula OAT (Organic Additive Technology) or equivalent meeting the requirements of Chrysler Material Standard MS-12106.

Source: Mitchell1 Auto Repair Manuals

Source: www.wranglerforum.com

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo no compression code P0302

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Jan 272020
 

2013-hyundai-veloster

DTC’s Present P0302 – Cyl #2 misfire detected, P0300 Random Cyl.
misfire detected, swapped coils and plugs from cyl 3 and 1 to #2 no
change, inspected cylinder with bore scope there appears to be an
anomaly which looks like burn holes, performed compression test cyl’s
1,3 and 4 have equal compression at 90psi #2 cylinder has “0”
compression will require an engine, no oil present on dipstick, no
knocking from bottom end concern seems to be valve train related. too
much carbon in cylinder to identify if piston has damage.



Removal of the head assembly and inspection will give you a more definitive answer.

2015 Honda CR-V EX warning light illuminated

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Jan 272020
 

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I was driving when the Brake, tire pressure, traction control and power steering warning lights came on. The emergency brake is definitely not on, the power steering is working, and I’ve checked the tire pressure.



After checking the tire pressure and tires for even wear it may be necessary to calibrate the TPMS – Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Also check the brake fluid level. If the light came on while driving in slick conditions it means the system was activated and should reset after a re-start. If the light go out after a re-start it may have been just a one time thing.

2014-18 Honda CR-V

TPMS Calibration Inspection

Ensure tire pressure is properly adjusted to specified tire pressure listed on doorjamb label before doing TPMS calibration.

Calibration begins when TPMS switch is pressed. Calibration is completed after driving in an ideal driving condition 31-62 mph, driving steadily without much acceleration or deceleration for about 18 minutes. Full functionality of system cannot be performed properly if calibration is not completed.

Perform TPMS calibration after doing following items: Adjusting tire pressure, rotating tires, replacing tires, updating VSA modulator control unit, or replacing VSA modulator control unit.

Calibration process gets interrupted if vehicle moves. Perform troubleshooting if indicator does not go off after two seconds, keeps blinking or stays on when ignition switch is turned ON (II).

  1. Stop vehicle and shift into P or N position.
  2. Turn ignition switch to LOCK (0).
  3. Turn ignition switch to ON (II) and wait to see low pressure indicator come on for two seconds and then off.
  4. Do not drive vehicle and wait for 45 seconds as is.
  5. If calibration is completed, indicator does not come on. If calibration is not yet completed, then indicator comes on for two seconds and off.
Calibration Procedure

Vehicle must be stopped with transmission in P or N.

If indicator does not blink, inspect TPMS switch.

  1. Ensure tires are inflated to specified tire pressure listed on doorjamb label.
  2. Turn ignition switch to ON (II).
  3. Press TPMS switch for three seconds.
  4. When calibration successfully begins, indicator blinks twice.

2005-17 CR-V VSA Warning Light

VSA(Vehicle Stability Assist) warning light is used to warn of a system fault. Lamp monitors condition of anti-lock brake system. It will be lit during engine start up, but should go off when self diagnostic system determines that system is operating properly. If lamp remains lit, a fault in anti-lock brake system is indicated. Even though system is operating properly, activation indicator may come on if VSA switch has been manually turned off, vehicle goes into a spin, one drive wheel is stuck, electrical interference is present, or when VSA or ABS operates continuously for a long time.
After diagnosis and repair of system, lamp may be turned off as follows:
1.
With ignition switch in OFF position connect a suitably programmed scan tool to DLC located under lefthand side of instrument panel.
2.
Place ignition switch in ON position and follow scan tool instructions to clear DTCs.

2006-18 CR-V ABS Light

ABS warning light is used to warn of a system fault. Lamp monitors condition of anti-lock brake system. It will be lit during engine start up, but should go off when self diagnostic system determines that system is operating properly. If lamp remains lit, a fault in anti-lock brake system is indicated. Even though system is operating properly, indicator may come on if vehicle goes into a spin, one drive wheel is stuck, only drive wheels rotate, electrical interference is present, or when ABS operates continuously for a long time.

After diagnosis and repair of system, lamp may be turned off as follows:

  1. With ignition switch in OFF position connect a suitably programmed scan tool to DLC located under lefthand side of instrument panel.
  2. Place ignition switch in ON position and follow scan tool instructions to clear DTCs.

Chevy Code P1635 Chevy Lumina 2001

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Jan 272020
 

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When I try to drive my 2001 Chevy Lumina I can floor it and it hardly goes. Then kicks in and does this back and to. I got error code p1635 . Also have replaced the fuel filter, fuel pump, map sensor, IAC controller still doing same thing.



Chevy Code P1635 – 5 Volt Reference Circuit

Circuit Description

The PCM uses the 5 Volt Reference A circuit as a sensor feed to the following sensors:

  • TP sensor
  • MAP sensor
  • EGR Valve Pintle Position sensor
  • Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor


The PCM monitors the voltage on the 5 Volt Reference A circuit. If the voltage is out of tolerance, the PCM will set DTC P1635.

Conditions for Running the DTC
The ignition is ON.

Conditions for Setting the DTC

  • The PCM detects a voltage out of tolerance condition on the 5 Volt Reference A circuit.
  • Above condition for longer than 10 seconds.

Action Taken When the DTC Sets

  • The PCM will illuminate the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) during the second consecutive trip in which the diagnostic test has been run and failed.
  • The PCM will store conditions which were present when the DTC set as Freeze Frame/Failure Records data.

Conditions for Clearing the MIL/DTC

  • The PCM will turn OFF the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) during the third consecutive trip in which the diagnostic has run and passed.
  • The history DTC will clear after 40 consecutive warm-up cycles have occurred without a malfunction.
  • The DTC can be cleared by using a scan tool.

Diagnostic Aids
Inspect for the following conditions:
Many situations may lead to an intermittent condition. Perform each inspection or test as directed.

NOTE
Important:
Remove any debris from the connector surfaces before servicing a component. Inspect the connector gaskets when diagnosing or replacing a component. Ensure that the gaskets are installed correctly. The gaskets prevent contaminate intrusion.

  • Loose terminal connection
  • Use a corresponding mating terminal to test for proper tension. Refer to Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections , and to Connector Repairs in Wiring Systems for diagnosis and repair.
  • Inspect the harness connectors for backed out terminals, improper mating, broken locks, improperly formed or damaged terminals, and faulty terminal to wire connection. Refer to Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections , and to Connector Repairs in Wiring Systems for diagnosis and repair.
  • Damaged harness—Inspect the wiring harness for damage. If the harness inspection does not reveal a problem, observe the display on the scan tool while moving connectors and wiring harnesses related to the sensor. A change in the scan tool display may indicate the location of the fault. Refer to Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems for diagnosis and repair.
  • Inspect the powertrain control module (PCM) and the engine grounds for clean and secure connections. Refer to Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems for diagnosis and repair.

If the condition is determined to be intermittent, reviewing the Snapshot or Freeze Frame/Failure Records may be useful in determining when the DTC or condition was identified.


Test Description
The numbers below refer to the step numbers on the diagnostic table.

2. NOTE
Important:
DTC must have failed this ignition to be properly diagnosed.

The 5 Volt Reference circuits have multiple PCM pins, be sure to test all components on the 5 Volt Reference A circuits only.

3. The 5 Volt Reference circuits have multiple PCM pins, be sure to test all components on the 5 Volt Reference A circuits only.

9. This vehicle is equipped with a PCM which utilizes an Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM). When the PCM is being replaced, the new PCM must be programmed.

DTC P1635 5 Volt Reference Circuit

 

Step Action Value(s) Yes No

1

 

Did you perform the Powertrain On–Board Diagnostic (OBD) System Check ?

 

 

Go to Step 2

 

Go to Powertrain On Board Diagnostic (OBD) System Check

 

2

 
  • Turn ON the ignition , Engine OFF.

  • With a DMM, Measure the voltage from the 5 Volt Reference circuit to a good ground.

Does the voltage measure near the specified value?

 

5.0 V

 

Go to Step 5

 

Go to Step 3

 

3

 

With a DMM observe the voltage while disconnecting all components connected to the 5 Volt Reference circuit one at a time.

Does voltage change when one of the components is disconnected?

 

 

Go to Step 8

 

Go to Step 4

 

4

 

Does the voltage measure less than the specified value?

 

4.9 V

 

Go to Step 6

 

Go to Step 7

 

5

 
  1. Reconnect the component tested earlier.

  2. Test another 5 Volt Reference circuit to a good ground.

Does the voltage measure near the specified value?

 

5.0 V

 

Go to Step 9

 

Go to step 8

 

6

 

Test all 5 Volt Reference A circuits for a short to ground. Refer to Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems.

Did you find and correct the condition?

 

 

Go to Step 10

 

Go to Step 9

 

7

 

Test all 5 Volt reference A circuit for a short to voltage. Refer Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems,

Did you find and correct the condition?

 

 

Go to Step 10

 

Go to Step 9

 

8

 

Replace the affected component. Refer to appropriate component replacement.

Did you complete the replacement?

 

 

Go to Step 10

 

 

9

 

Replace PCM. Refer to Powertrain Control Module Replacement/Programming.

Did you complete the replacement?

 

 

Go to Step 10

 

 

10

 

Use the scan tool in order to clear the DTCs

Operate the Vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC as specified in the supporting text .

Does the DTC reset ?

 

 

Go to Step 2

 

System OK

 

 

 

Shudder 2016 Chevrolet Traverse AWD TSB 16-NA-175

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Jan 242020
 

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Transmission seems to “stutter” at 20-25 ph and 40-45 ph



If I had to guess I would say that the transmission was serviced with the wrong type of transmission fluid. They do sell a corrective additive called Shudder Fix. However the better course of action would be to have the transmission fluid replaced with the correct type. There is a TSB – Technical Service Bulletin out on this issue.

TSB# 16-NA-175

TSB 16-NA-175 Description

Shake and/or shudder during light acceleration between 25 and 80 MPH at a steady state. (June5, 2018)

Condition

Some customers may comment on any of the following conditions:

  • A shake and or shudder during light acceleration between 25 and 80 mph steady state driving when transmission is not actively shifting gears.
  • A shudder feeling that may be described as driving over rumble strips or rough pavement.
  • Shudder feeling is evident in both Drive and M7 MY15-16 &L7 MY17 and MY18 Mode.
Diagnosis Instructions

To ensure TCC Shudder is diagnosed correctly, please drive the following schedule on a smooth road with transmission sump temperature between
122°F (50°C) – 158°F (70°C).
Important: For some road conditions, it may be required to apply the brake pedal and throttle simultaneously to stay within desired gear, engine
firing mode, engine torque range, and engine/vehicle speed ranges.

For Full Size Trucks/SUVs– Press and hold the tow-haul mode button for 5 seconds to disable grade braking to prevent downshifts during test.

Run the following tests for 3 operational modes:
A. Normal Operation (GDS2 for viewing only).
B. GDS2 Commanding TCC in Disabled Operation. (TCC Open).
C. GDS2 Commanding TCC in Enabled Operation. (TCC Locked).

To confirm TCC Shudder, the vibration concern must be created in normal operation (Mode A) of the test.

If the concern is gone with the torque converter clutch disabled (Mode B, TCC Open) and is gone with torque converter clutch enabled (Mode C, TCC Locked), then the vibration root cause is TCC Shudder, and the fluid flush procedure corrective action described below should be performed.
If the concern is not present in Mode A, then the vibration concern is NOT TCC shudder.

If the concern is still present with the torque converter clutch disabled (Mode B) or with the torque converter clutch enabled (Mode C, TCC slip speed at zero), then the vibration root cause is NOT TCC Shudder.
Vibrations not identified as TCC Shudder should be further investigated using the Vehicle Vibration Diagnosis in SI as a starting point.

Service Procedure

Important:
Requires Mobil 1 Synthetic LV ATF DEXRON HP transmission fluid.
Note: U.S. dealers must order the Mobil 1 Synthetic LV ATF DEXRON HP
fluid through your local General Motors oil distributor. When contacting
the General Motors oil distributor request Mobil 1 Synthetic LV ATF DEXRON HP.
Canadian dealers must order part number 19355657 through Kem Krest Canada.
1. Drain, Clean pan/magnet, Replace Filter, Oil Fill, & Remove fluid from the oil cooler lines.
◦ A.) Use filtered compressed air regulated to 60 psi to remove transmission fluid from the transmission oil cooler lines.
◦ B.) Remove the transmission fluid pan and drain transmission fluid following SI procedures for the application you’re working on. Discard
all oil.
Note: If you find that the fluid is cloudy, milky, or appears to be contaminated with water or engine coolant, DO NOT proceed with below steps. Follow Both SI Procedures for “Cooling System Leak Testing” and “Engine Coolant/Water in Transmission.”
◦ C.) Clean the pan/magnet if any metallic particles present and replace transmission filter.

Install the transmission fluid pan and refill with new Mobil 1 Synthetic LV ATF DEXRON HP transmission fluid following the Fluid Fill Procedure in SI
to obtain correct fluid level. The shudder should be improved after the completionof this flush procedure.
Note: Shudder should improve directionally right away, but for full affect, the vehicle may need to be driven up to 200 miles (322 km) and a minimum of two cold to hot drive cycles before determining if the fluid flush corrected the condition or not. Do not re-evaluate vehicle for additional customer shudder concerns until the vehicle has been driven 200 miles (322 km).