I was stranded on a main road. A typical automatic transmission uses a number of different solenoids for different purposes. This came on suddenly and in a distance of between ¼ and ½ mile, the vehicle could no longer move. This is caused by a bad torque converter or brake switch. The car suddently lost most power, eventually stopping when I came to an upward incline. No car should have to have 3 transmissions.
Aafter researching online I discover many many of the same exact issues with same make and model. The first thing to do is replacing transmission fluid, and if needed also the filter. And, that warranty may only be useful if you happen to break down near one of their shops. Can I fix this myself or do I need to go to the dealership. On this see: P1775 is often coming with misfire codes.
I check the door switch's and they are good. Took it to dealer but they only said that the harness was tight they only wiggled it and light went off but came back a couple of days later. The transmission guy said that I was lucky to get over 100,000 miles because they usually fail between 80-90,000 miles. Dealership was great ,replaced it at there cost with anew updated version. In addition, many components like the bushings, clutch clearances, and pump rotor, are upgraded over the stock specification to avoid problems common to this gearbox. Not an uncommon problem for this vehicle.
Gm's attitude is that the warranty is up and it's your problem, so you must pay for our design flaws. Something needs to be done about this!. The wave plates are beginning to wear causing premature debris in the transmission causing the solenoids to stick. I cannot find nothing in the manual. Sometimes there is a loud crunching sound and occasionally it will shudder while driving. But, the gear selector will still slide into the park position, which makes the 2014 Acadia a roll away hazard.
I am waiting for the mechanic to look at it and see if I need a new transmission. A faulty shift solenoid can cause delayed shifts of a few seconds or up to one minute or longer. I was stuck in first gear driving the truck. Some of the earlier models did have some inherent weakness that would cause them to fail prematurely. I leased an Oldsmobile Alero then purchased a new Oldsmobile Alero at the lease expiration. Total bill on this repair, 3,748. I would like to disagree! Took to our dealer and the problem was diagnosed as a wave plate failure.
The problem went away after driving home and I simply wanted to confirm what caused the transmission problem. The video above shows where the transmission fluid dipstick is located in your Acadia and how to check the transmission fluid level. Most common problems causing P1775 are related to tranny fluid and solenoid pack. P0765 is also a fhist solenoid D issue Circuit malfunction. Where you get the work done, whether at a local auto repair shop, car dealership or you do-it-yourself , also factors heavily into the cost of repair. The Crown Buick dealership in Metairie Customer Service Rep. This cause rough shifting and driving problems.
The Acadia transmissions are no different. Losing power again and ramping the rpms. And all it does is help me send you stuff. I will sell car and get one by Ford or Toyota. No Reverse This happens quite a bit and is caused by a bad solenoid. Towed it to the dealership. These transmissions are the product of a between Ford Motor Company and General Motors.
Well I am one of them. Will never purchase a extended warranty without reading the fine print. I questioned his information as I saw no way that the problem could be resolved between Saturday afternoon and early Monday. Dealer could not replicate problem. The transmission went out shavings inside but not the wave plate issue and it is costing us more than the car is worth. Every transmission is cold and hot tested before shipment.