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I 30 1.6crdi 2009. Would not change into 3rd gear - started

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I 30 1.6crdi 2009. Would not change into 3rd gear - started to rev and would not pass 40kmh,after about 4kms it resumed as normal. This has happened twice

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Yes I still need an answer . I haven't asked any other experts,so I still await your answer .
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Hello and Welcome -

My name is ***** ***** Im happy to help / advise you ..

Can you tell me what you have had done/ checked so far?

Too - when this happens - what lights / if any, do you get on the dash?

What mileage does the car have?

Rgds, MIKE...............................................

Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Hi Mike,
We had a mechanic check it and he found a loose wire which he sorted & all was fine for a few weeks and it recurred .
No lights appear on dash
45,000 kilometres
Hello again Gerry -

Thank you for your reply -

In that case, given that info - the first thing to do would be to have that same wire / connection / circuit checked again - as its doing the same again, but was ok after the "fix" - then there is every chance the fault has reoccured. You dont say which circuit it was in - but thats the next move on this for sure.. and - check along the specific circuit for a problem not necessarily in the same place - but along the line - and the component it feeds too...

IF that doesn't find /cure it as above, then I would suggest a fault code check on this - where it be engine or doesn't have to have a fault light on for their to be fault codes - so that would be the next step...then go from there.

IF there are no fault codes, the machine is then used to check the circuits on LIve Data mode - that will find the fault you have that way for sure... Let me know how you go -or if you need anything else.. but thats the way forward on this issue for sure now.

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