BTW, THERES NO NOISE AT ALL COMING FROM THE TRANSMISSION. It is dead silent, as if nothings wrong with the car also when I start driving it easy, like a manual with a bad clutch and easy the gas the car drives normally.
Well as of now the transmission fluid is rich red, looks brand new and no burnt smell or anything. The car right now is just not moving in any gear at all now, even in drive it could be rolled back. Only gear working is the parking gear. My uncle who is a experience mechanic said that a valve is stuck so theres no pressure and the clutch isn't engaging. If its just the valve Ive been quoted 3-400. If its the clutches then Im afraid Im going to get raped but I also don't want a transmission shop lying to me and telling me i have to replace something that I really don't need to.if the fluid is cloudy and black or smells burnt i'd suggest you just get the whole trans rebuilt and flush the cooler lines/trans cooler.
once it starts to slip, stop. get it towed. slipping the clutches is pretty bad on the trans, even if its OK for a while after the solenoids get replaced i doubt it'll last long.
perfect example, a delievery truck was driven to the shop after popping a trans line. he drove all but about 1 quart of fluid out of the trans. the owner said to just repair the line, fill it up, and see how it does. we did just that and it drove fine.
2 weeks later it came back without any 3rd gear and a badly slipping 2nd gear. the fresh trans fluid was now BLACK and burned.
Yea I talked to an old transmission guy, he told me aslong as your fluid is red and theres no burning smell its not your clutch. He told me it sounds like I have a pressure problem which I verified when hooking up with the computer and found out Solenoid C and D were bad. I just hope the car is going to need a lot of work, pharm school is expensive :happysad:well clean fluid is a good sign, go ahead and replace those solenoids and see how it goes. hopefully you didnt do any real damage and its all good