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    auto box filter

    hi all i have a 2004 s80 d5 goes like the clappers but have a problem with the gear box when hot. i have changed transmission fluid then it ran better for a few days,i wondered if there was a filter and where it is located, any advice welcome. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddyboyj View Post
    hi all i have a 2004 s80 d5 goes like the clappers but have a problem with the gear box when hot. i have changed transmission fluid then it ran better for a few days,i wondered if there was a filter and where it is located, any advice welcome. thanks
    There is no filter.
    Sounds like the box may be slipping when hot? if so, it's likely the transmission bands are knackered.

    New gearbox mate or overhaul!!

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    Try to get somebody to reset the gearbox software adaptation for a fluid change.
    The daft thing is there is a filter in the gearbox but is got to be totally stripped to pieces to get to it, Definitely not a DIY job.
    correct fluid level when hot ? , As said looking like a rebuild is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey View Post
    Try to get somebody to reset the gearbox software adaptation for a fluid change.
    The daft thing is there is a filter in the gearbox but is got to be totally stripped to pieces to get to it, Definitely not a DIY job.
    correct fluid level when hot ? , As said looking like a rebuild is required.
    Oh yes, gearbox adaption may help (doesn't in most cases and if it does, it lasts about 10 miles).

    Reference the filter.....Hence the rebuild!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeT5 View Post
    There is no filter.
    Sounds like the box may be slipping when hot? if so, it's likely the transmission bands are knackered.

    New gearbox mate or overhaul!!
    Thanks for the speedy reply, will see if i can pick up a replacement box

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey View Post
    Try to get somebody to reset the gearbox software adaptation for a fluid change.
    The daft thing is there is a filter in the gearbox but is got to be totally stripped to pieces to get to it, Definitely not a DIY job.
    correct fluid level when hot ? , As said looking like a rebuild is required.
    Thanks for the speedy reply, will see if i can pick up a replacement box

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeT5 View Post
    Oh yes, gearbox adaption may help (doesn't in most cases and if it does, it lasts about 10 miles).

    Reference the filter.....Hence the rebuild!
    Thanks for the speedy reply, will see if i can pick up a replacement box


 

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