Home

< Previous   Next >

2008 - MX-5 - Transmission/Transaxle

NO.18 EXCESSIVE SHIFT SHOCK IS GIVEN WHEN UPSHIFTING AND DOWNSHIFTING [SJ6A-EL]



18

Excessive shift shock is given when upshifting and downshifting

DESCRIPTION

  • Excessive shift shock is felt when depressing the accelerator pedal at upshifting.

  • During cruising, excessive shift shock is felt when depressing accelerator pedal at downshifting.

POSSIBLE CAUSE

  • Shift shock may worsen when the fail-safe is operating. The shift shock may worsen if the accelerator pedal position sensor, TP sensor, or turbine sensor malfunctions.

    • Clutch slippage, burnt (C1 clutch, C2 clutch, C3 clutch, B1 brake, B2 brake, B3 brake, B4 brake)

      • ATF level low

      • Line pressure low, high

      • Incorrect throttle position signal

      • Turbine sensor malfunction

      • Shift solenoid A malfunction

      • Shift solenoid B malfunction

      • Shift solenoid C malfunction

      • Shift solenoid D malfunction

      • Shift solenoid E malfunction

      • Line pressure control solenoid malfunction

      • TCC control solenoid malfunction

      • Shift solenoid F malfunction

      • Shift solenoid G malfunction

      • Body GND and sensor GND malfunction

      • Control valve body malfunction

      • TCM malfunction

      • AT internal malfunction

      • TR switch malfunction

      • Harness and/or connector malfunction

      • Insufficient battery voltage

      • Loose parts installation (engine or transmission mounts, suspension, propeller shaft)

    • Poor hydraulic operation (Malfunction in range change)




< Previous   Next >
Back to Top
© 2009 Mazda North American Operations, U.S.A.