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Trans problems

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by mlclayton, July 2, 2011.

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  1. mlclayton

    mlclayton New Member

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    I have a 1992 Mazda Navajo with an automatic trans. Last night it started to shift really strange, like sticking in gear. If I let off the throttle, it will up shift. Seems like it also shifts at very different rpm's, kinda randomly. Any suggestions? Mike
     
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    might be the modulator
     
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    Yes, it was the modulator!! I've had this vehicle for about six or so months, and am still fixing\undoing all the so-called repairs from the last owner. Apparently it must of had a bad vaccum line in the past and was replaced with a piece of tubing that looked more something you would find on a swamp cooler. The tubing had dried up and went away, so I replaced it with some high temp silicone tubing that I had. Works like normal now. Thank you guys for your very informative site. Helped me out tremendously.
     
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    yeah i got my truck from my mom and lets just say it hasnt seen an easy life since she bought it new. But i love the thing even tho its slow and getting old. But i must say i can count on it starting every morning and i laugh when my friends make jokes about it but when their cars are broken down and i come to their rescue i get back at them. Good luck with your truck
     

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