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1994 Domingo ECVT question

Discussion in 'Microvans' started by Pat Eaton, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. Pat Eaton

    Pat Eaton New Member

    Hey folks, I just obtained this neat little van and the "clutch temp" light flashed at me a couple of times today. I was traveling about 60 km/hr and if slowed down, it went off. I stopped, and restarted the engine and it did not come back on. We just finished a 800 km trip on the weekend through the coastal montains and had no issues.

    What needs to be checked? I don't have complete service info on this van.

  2. anthill

    anthill Member

    Last edited: Aug 5, 2011
  3. Pat Eaton

    Pat Eaton New Member

    Thanks for the info. I have been trolling these forums and suspected the brushes need attention. I called Japanoid and they suggested the same. Clean the brushes. They also said that 2 engine mounts need to be removed to get at the hatch. I will be having a closer look today. Great, grease up to my elbows, laying on my back, while oil drips on my face.........
  4. KleinerMuck

    KleinerMuck New Member

    But, that's how we like it at least, don't we? :D
  5. Pat Eaton

    Pat Eaton New Member

    Well I got the brushes out and they are clean.

    One of the brushes was worn about 1/4" more than the other, is this normal?
    They look as good as any motor brushes I have ever seen.

    Drove around for half a day with no issues. Then tonight the light came back on again. It blinked for a bit then went solid. If I stopped the car, it would start to blink once up to about 60 km/h. There was no slipping of the tranny.

    I checked and did not smell anything that was too hot.

    How do open the tranny fluid cap? I tried pulling and turning, but could not get it off. I did not want to force it.


    The next thing to do is check the fluid level.

    If that is ok I guess it will have to go to the shop.

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