Different automatic transmissions require the use of various methods when adjusting their kickdown cables. To adjust the kickdown cable on a Turbo 350, first remove the air cleaner, and then loosen the lock-nut. Adjust t... More »

A broken kickdown cable typically causes issues with a car's upshifts, which are delayed or occur at full throttle. However, a faulty kickdown cable may only stick when the car in not in motion and cause no obvious sympt... More »

The most common problems with Ford automatic overdrive transmissions are internal clutch failure, governor failure and the T.V. cable needing adjustment or replacement. The most frequent cause of these problems, aside fr... More »

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Subaru continuously variable transmissions are considered some of the most reliable and rugged designs in use among current manufacturers, according to AutoGuide.com; however, some CVTs used in early 2010-era Subarus did... More »

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Pontiac Montana transmissions tend to develop slippage over 54,000 miles. The 2007 model year showed slippage after 59,900 miles, while the 2004 tended to slip after 55,000 miles. More »

Changing the transmission fluid in a vehicle should take place based on the manufacturer's written recommendation, which ranges from 30,000 to 60,000 miles for manual transmissions and 60,000 to 100,000 miles for automat... More »