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Fmx transmission2-3 shift
#11
Are you checking it with the engine running and the transmission warm and in Park?



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#12
Yep oil level ok. Maybe second gear clutch pagage slips i think. Sorry my bad english. ? it feels like the car's acceleration stops at full throttle. mystical fault. Can the turbine slip?
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#13
(11-28-2019, 05:53 PM)Vicus Wrote:
(11-27-2019, 02:34 AM)Terpatin Wrote: Thanks to the answers.
Vacuum system and pressure cheked and modulator and governor. 
Yesterday i removed the  sump and ther are only 1.5 L oil  Big Grin 
My oil stick has something wrong. Now i waitin it i can test drive.

Check also this check ball in upper body of the valve body for free movement. It has to sit in the slightly wider area below its current location. 

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You hit it right the Ball bearing. That ball bearing is a good probability. I just rebuilt my FMX any dirt or debris will make the bearing stick thus preventing a correct shift. 
These Fmx's are tough cookies....dont give up on the old girl.
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#14
Over the years, I haven't found a lot of transmission re-programming kits offered by the aftermarket. However, a company called Trans-Go does offer re-programming kits ( shift kits), for the FMX. I've been running one for some time now and really like it.
I know the question was about a shifting issue, not re-programming, but I just thought I'd insert this bit of info, just in case somebody is considering a trans hop-up in their overhaul.
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(11-28-2019, 05:53 PM)Vicus Wrote:
(11-27-2019, 02:34 AM)Terpatin Wrote: Thanks to the answers.
Vacuum system and pressure cheked and modulator and governor. 
Yesterday i removed the  sump and ther are only 1.5 L oil  Big Grin 
My oil stick has something wrong. Now i waitin it i can test drive.

Check also this check ball in upper body of the valve body for free movement. It has to sit in the slightly wider area below its current location. 

[Image: 20190202-141035.jpg]

That's interesting . Does that cause a 2-3 delay? 

O.P be good to know what you find . Does it shift ok at normal acceleration? Is it only W.O.t? Did you try if so back off the kickdown some ?
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