MITSUBISHI PAJERO MANUAL TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS
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2001 Mitsubishi Montero Transmission Problems
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May 30, 2013Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi repair problems? Ask a mechanic for answers ASAP. My 2008 Pajero GLS initially had a gearbox problem of getting stuck on Neutral. I took it back to the dealer and the somewhat sorted the issue but now my car will not reverse. so I have no overhaul manual for that transmission specifically and it is different to5/5Thanks Brian. If you are absolutely certain that the fluid level is correct, then this is indicating that you have clamping problem, likely on LR Brake, Reduction Brake or Reverse Clutch circuits. This could be caused by worn down frictions on one of the holding elements or a line pressure issue inside the transmission. Since the engagement is hurried we know two things.. that the transmission is fully engaged to select Reverse and that Reverse is technically activated mechanically, it just is slipping severely. Since increasing the engine RPM increases the line pressure, this increases clamping pressure on the holding elements for active circuits in the transmission. This resolves both the issue if it were friction failure or insufficient pressure. So at that point we would need to find out which is the cause. You can not identify if the friction discs are worn without disassembly, however you can determine if the pressure is the problem or not, thereby ruling in/out the frictions. This is where we get back to the shop (or maybe a different one if they couldn't get this far on their own). The transmission needs to be pressure checked on each circuit to see what your line pressures look like. Reverse requires the highest amount of line pressure of all gear ranges, plus no other gears seem to be malfunctioning, so your primary check would be the reverse line pressures.. LR, REV, RED.. they are marked on the transmission case with test ports for a transmission gauge set. All three should be in the 200-250 psi range at 2000-2500 rpm. When testing, they would watch the gauge to see if it spikes and drops, if it very slowly goes up, etc. Correct operation would be instantaneous spec pressure as soon as it is revved. Anything less will result in no/delayed engagement. If all three pressures are fine, then the transmission is coming out for examination. One (or more) of the your holding element frictions are worn out. If all three pressures are low, check the other circuits to see if they are low too. If they are there could be an oil pump problem, converter engagement problem, regulator valve or valve body problem. If one of the reverse circuits is low or malfunctioning, you have a good chance there is an issue inside the valve body and transmission removal would not be necessary. This could be a lazy solenoid, a sticking valve, or miscellaneous pressure loss from the valve body sealing area. If nothing unusual is found on an examination of the valve body, then the transmission again would need to come out as there is likely an o-ring or d-ring failure somewhere inside the case (proper repair would be to go through the whole unit at that point due to the level of disassembly). If the problem appears to be across the board pressure loss, non-valve body pressure loss, or friction failure, most people opt to go with a new/remanufactured/used transmission due to the similarity in cost in many instances as well as the guarantee it will usually come with.Sounds like if the valve body was worked on during the repairs to get it from slipping into neutral from Drive, then they likely fixed one problem and created another one. "should change the the "valve body kit again," the automatic clutch reverse disc, LR break disc kit" If the Reverse issue was not there before and it was only Drive, then NO, none of this sounds reasonable at all. If the Reverse problem was not there before, the clutch/brake frictions did not just burn up over night. Even in a poorly operating transmission it can take hundred or thousands of miles to do that much damage. Further, there is no need to "change the valve body again" if it was repaired properly the first time. Given the situation with regard to the previous problem going away and the new problem forming, then there would be almost no possible way that the problem is not something they did to the valve body. I would say they need to be working for free on this one.Hi, Something is still going to be amiss in the valve body most likely. If the engine is stalling upon placement in Reverse, then the transmission is loading up too greatly for the engine to be able to handle. Similar to when a torque converter goes bad and locks up in the 1:1 position, the engine will die the second it is placed in gear since the engine can not turn fast enough at idle to over power the load. It sounds like they just genuinely goofed up pretty good in that transmission. This is not a "normal" failure that you would see without intervention to cause it.Hi, If this were in my shop, the first thing I would do is get a list of what was performed exactly and then un-do it. Basically the situation is this: Truck had problem A Repairs were performed Truck no longer has problem A, now it has problem B Something went wrong there . Now as far as what went wrong.. you'd have to go inside to see what looks amiss. Considering you had a problem with slipping into or getting stuck in Neutral, and now that problem is resolved but you have a delay/difficulty engaging Reverse, my #1 suspect would be a problem in the valve body.. not seated properly (so pressure is lost), a burr in a valve, etc. Knowing that they were just in the valve body (though unclear on what exactly was done.. be it new valve body, new gasket, etc), I would be suspecting these top three issues: Valve body not seated/torqued properly, losing pressure Debris or burr in a valve.. be it reverse related valve or regulator valve.. remember reverse requires the highest line pressure of all gears Valves or accumulators reassembled incorrectly The latter would be an issue if the valve body was either replaced or disassembled. The valves can get mixed up and they are different lengths, and the accumulators springs can get organized incorrectly resulting in abnormal line pressure. If they had the accumulators out and put the springs back in the wrong spot, that would certainly do it too. You would need to get a service manual for your exact year transmission to verify proper placement. While I can tell you that OD, DC and RB accumulators are the only ones with single springs, the rest (importantly LR) have dual springs.. each spring will be marked with an anodized coloring on the end to denote tension and they are not always all the same. If you had the petrol model I could get you the orientation, but not for diesel (since my market didn't have diesel this year, so I have no overhaul manual for that transmission specifically and it is different to compensate for different engine characteristics). You may get lucky and every spring has a red anodized stripe and they are all the same (we saw this on the older 6G engine transmissions), but you wouldn't know until they are removed to check.Hi, Do you know if the range/gear position switch and cable was checked/replaced? It sounds like the transmission isn't physically acknowledging the shifter movement, or the shifter is not moving the position fully. Is there any back story to how/when this problem developed?Thanks. When you are in Sport mode, what is the malfunction then? Does it still slip into Neutral or does it simply slip out of Sport mode (into Drive)? If that isn't occurring at all any more that is OK.Thanks. If you tick the engine up to 2500 rpm or so does the Reverse engage sooner? I am in eastern North America so I am mid-day here, but you can just post when you get back and I will reply as soon as I am in again.Hi, I'm unclear on the current situation. the transmission operating normally now that the valve body was replaced again and the reverse clutches changed? Or did they do that and now things are worse?
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