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Old 10-09-2013, 11:54 AM   #1
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2003 9-5 Aero Slams into drive

My son is driving our 9-5 Aero, when shifting into drive it slams into gear very hard. I checked, and replaced a bad motor mount but no improvement. If you stop the car in neutral and rev the motor, then shift into drive as soon as it returns to idle it does not slam. I have had the fluid completely changed with the flushing process with no improvement.
Based on the revving affecting the problem and from what I have read, I am thinking the valve body...anyone seen this and know what the fix is?
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Old 10-09-2013, 12:26 PM   #2
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Have you checked the fluid level since it was changed?
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How about the other motor mounts / trans mount? Usually when one point gets weak, it put extra stress on the other points of contact.
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How about the other motor mounts / trans mount? Usually when one point gets weak, it put extra stress on the other points of contact.
+1. I'd suspect the lower torque mount on the trans.
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