hi i have a N reg fto mivec and some times the gears dont go up when in the manual part of the auto box and it wont go down in to 1st gear ,the neutral light is on whil driving.when in auto it doesent change up in to 4th All of this only happens evry so oftern and then its fine again do u think i def need to get a new gear box for my babby???????? please help us:confused::confused:
WTTC. Might not really nessesary to need gearbox. There are three sensors on the gearbox and any one will cause the GB to tell the ECU to flash the `n`. you would only have 2nd & 3rd I beleive when its flashing. it could be the sensors are dirty with crud (loose metal filings) from the gearbox which as IIRC two of the sensors are magnetic and use a moving magnet to pick up: GB input Speed & GB Output speed, the other is speedo and is gear driven(but again if failed could cause `n` flash)
thank you you have been a masive help i will check the sensors 1st thank you
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Hmmmm,,, that might help my `eratic changing `tip prob too N/C / Yorkie.
Are the sensors easy to change ?? ,,,, ( for a dumpling like me )
or would they be cleaned sufficiently if ATF was changed, combined with a proper `under pressure` flushing ?
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check all wiring and connections for damage.
first of all when was the gearbox oil last flushed and changed.-try that
clean each of the sensors
contact a breaker get input and output sensor
then think about a gearbox change or even manual conversion.
let us know how that gets on?
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