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Forum: Mechanical Troubleshooting
Brand: Daewoo Asia - Model: D30S-3
Number of messages: 5

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simon_a
south yorkshire, United Kingdom
HAS ANYONE HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE DRIVE ON A DAEWOO D30S-3. ON SELECTING DRIVE THE TRANSMISSION TAKES AWHILE TO TAKE OFF. I HAVE CHECKED PRESSURES AND CHANGED OIL/FILTERS, IT JUST SEEMS AS IF YOU ARE RIDING A CLUTCH ON A CAR, ANY HELP APPRECIATED.

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WE CAN ALL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER

Posted 28 Jul 2006 02:54 AM Reply  Report this message
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ajdxb
United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates
It seems some of your Transmission discs and mating disc (plates)have overheated and non-functional. Need to open the automatic transmission and replace. Please also check the solenoid which operates the gears forward and reverse that also could be a problem.

1st solenoid and then go to the discs and mating plates

Posted 17 Aug 2006 06:45 PM Reply  Report this message
justinm
New York, United States

also check ur inching adjustments if thats outta wack itll seem like its losing power slow to engage and no power/slips uphill

Posted 18 Aug 2006 10:09 AM Reply  Report this message
charlie_j
California, United States
It sounds like the "cushioning" valve is stinking or slow to react or there is excessive clearance in the clutch packs due to wear.

Posted 18 Aug 2006 11:56 AM Reply  Report this message
alan_m
United Kingdom

Check the small filter inside the cushioning valve,if its slow changing directions this could also be the problem.Take it out and blow it out,or use a paper clip to remove any obstructions.

Posted 10 Oct 2007 06:07 AM Reply  Report this message


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