Mitsubishi Shogun automatic gear box slipping

1999 Mitsubishi Shogun Problem

CarMitsubishi Shogun 2.8 diesel
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the jeep is not changing gears properly
Problem Category
Gearbox & Clutch

Solution 1
mikeybb1965 | Driver | Since: Feb 2012 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 5 | View Garage
Suggested Solution

Automatic gearbox Troubleshooting: Automatic gearbox Seems To Be Slipping
If the automatic gearbox slips between gear changes, this is likely an automatic gearbox problem. An automatic gearbox is designed to hold effortlessly in each gear at predetermined speeds. If you move the selector for your automatic gearbox to “Drive” and the engine seems to be racing ahead that is another common problem for an automatic gearbox.

An internal automatic gearbox repair may be necessary if parts within the automatic gearbox are worn or damaged.
External controls for the automatic gearbox may simply need replacement or adjustment.

Electrical controls or components may need adjustment or replacement.

The Automatic gearbox fluid level may be too low or there is insufficient fluid pressure.

Today’s cars are controlled by computers therefore an expert can properly diagnose this problem. The right diagnosis can save you time and potentially a substantial amount of money. These problems require immediate attention—the longer they continue, the more damage may be caused.
Take your car in for an external diagnostic service. They will endeavour to get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.

Posted on Thursday 23rd of February 2012
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