Auto transmission problem- Hyundai Accent GLS 2001

Asked by Oct 19, 2015 at 04:09 AM about the 2001 Hyundai Accent

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm using Hyundai Accent 2001 GLS Automatic transmission car model, the mileage is 140K km, the gear is not shifting to first & second gears properly, when starting its not pick up, feels is going with 3rd gear, but when put the 2nd gear manually, it's good pick up, also when putting to the the "D" gear, car is like jumping, pls help to check about this fault,

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Take a look at the shift solenoid...

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Could be, and you'll be lucky if that's all it is. Joemom, by solenoid, are you referring to the "speed sensor "? I had this go out on my old 95 Honda Accord. If it's not, then, this is a classic symptom of a worn out transmission and you will need an overhaul. Good luck.

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thanks to you Joemom & Markw, when I show this to one technician, he said need to replace the Valve Box, but that also not sure to him as whether problem is solving after that, meanwhile pls advise, the Solenoid is means same as the Valve Box,

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