As with yours, until I reach at least 70-75, it wont hit 6th gear, and then it will cruise at around 1700 revs. Very nice car, but won't ever own another. After a minute or so of looking at the transmission data I get a message saying 'Interface not found' and it cuts out. With ours, it sounds very similar to yours and I think its running normal. Gear changes are accomplished by one clutch engaging the instant the clutch from the previous gear disengages.
This is the third time the vehicle has been in the shop for this complaint. I have experienced slippage in the automatic transmission at almost every other shift under moderate to hard acceleration. With ours, it sounds very similar to yours and I think its running normal. In case of burnt oil it is also recommended to replace the brake band Reverse, because its lining is soaked with resins of burnt oil. The vehicle started rolling out of the drive way. Quick vid to show the problems with the gearbox. Electronic safeguards prevent over-revving should the wrong gear position be accidentally selected.
When driving slowly, say a 30 area, if the revs drop to under 1600, it will kick down a gear, with the revs jumping up. The vehicle is currently at the dealership because the brake booster is back ordered. This combination is known as a Lepelletier arrangement. The air conditioning system stopped working. I have automatic transmission and run high octance fuel recommended. So similar territory to yours.
The car has been back to the dealer for service several times within the first few months of ownership. Original solenoids are not usually produced for repair, therefore they are commonly replaced together with the valve body. I have been stranded three times and had to have the car towed twice. Dealer could not diagnose via computer; however I suggested a tech drove the car for a day or two. I have found that if I want it to change up a gear, I just take my foot off the gas pedal for a second or two and it will change up.
My 330D auto is the same, just smoother and changes slightly earlier. Tech acknowledged slippage problem and said he experienced a similar problem on other 2003 9-3 vehicles; however; was unable to diagnose or fix. This one seems to hold onto 3rd both going up and down the changes. Modular Design The modular concept of the Hydra-Matic 6L80 centers on the desire for common components and manufacturing tooling for four different size variants of the six-speed family. A 4 th personis now test driving it as I type this.
We are at 27000 miles and have only had one oil change. Some of this article's may not be. I have found that if I want it to change up a gear, I just take my foot off the gas pedal for a second or two and it will change up. If I'm in a rush and plant my foot to get going, the car will drop down at least 2 gears and revs as far as 4500 revs until changing gears again. The warning light dimmed a few days later.
As with yours, until I reach at least 70-75, it wont hit 6th gear, and then it will cruise at around 1700 revs. It has had multiple electrical issues starting less than 30 days after delivery. The 2nd time the car mysteriously re-started before the tow truck arrived. How do you drive at 30mph with the revs at 1600? It wont change down 2, 1 until amost stopped. Afterwards, the contact experienced acceleration failures. Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Dealer denied problem and attributed it to curvature in the road.
When putting car into drive or reverse, car hesitates for about 30 seconds then jerks into action. I hope this make sense? When reading other similar posts it seems to me that a gearbox flush is on the cards…any thoughts? The transmission and module are assembled together, so no additional steps are necessary during vehicle assembly. My 330D auto is the same, just smoother and changes slightly earlier. It measures 358 mm 14. Third time was a major complaint.