When the car shakes n it on the correct its becsuse its out of timeing
If the automatic transmission car jerks when accelerating and the dash does not indicate a gear, there is a problem with the transmission. Check the shift solenoid.
You may have a broken engine or transmission mount.
I had mine rebuilt for around $1,700 using non OEM parts.
I have the same problem; so far the problem seems to be in the transmission. Maybe the gear that drives the speedometer gear, won't know without taking transmission apart.
check fluid transmission for correct amount.
Your transmission is "sticking" sometimes a fluid and filter change can resolve this problem for a short time however is this does not help there is a solenoid in the trans that needs replacing any transmission shop can preform this solenoid swap relatively cheap and most have the capability to diagnose this problem for free
My advice would be to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. If that does not correct the problem you need to have the transmission rebuilt by a professional.
A clunking noise when shifting gears on a K1500 automatic transmission, might mean a problem with the drive axle or drive shaft. Check all U-Joints to make sure they are working properly.
There is a redesigned transmission vent that should fix this problem.
blinking overdrive light indicates a transmission problem. take car to a transmission mechanic
Is it heard through the radio? That's a common problem with them, and there is a service bulletin out for some of the years to correct it.
i have a 1991 sovereign xj6 and i have the same problem, BUT the gauge would show correct levels when accelerating
You have a problem with your transmission. The transmission is trying to shift to a lower gear than necessary. Check the transmission fluid first and if it is low add the correct transmission fluid. Do not Overfill. If this does not solve the problem than the transmission fluid may need to be changed or you may have another problem within the transmission. Can be a bad shift solenoid or a problem with the hydraulic control unit. You need to take it to a Chrysler dealership or to a trusted transmission specialist for service. Do not neglect this or serious damage may be done to the transmission if you continue to drive it.
When you have problem shifting gears, you transmission has a problem.
What type transmission and what problem?
Transmission problem. Take it to a professional.
jerking when accelerating is a transmission problem. Well, i am pretty sure it is. It could be other things but the transmission is where you should start. could be an ignition problem, if it is shuttering at low rpm. Mine does this and i have a cylinder 2 misfire. This could be plugs and wires or, getting more expensive, coil pack or distributer problems.
try accelerating slowly. if it doesnt stall, you may have to keep accelerating slowly[until someone else can diagnose tyhe problem]
Yes. There are over 150 individual codes for transmission problems that specify exactly which part in the transmission is causing the problem. If the check engine light comes on it may actually be sensing a transmission problem. If you don't have a reader, your local parts store should be able to read it for you and give you some advice on what you will need to do to correct the problem. Transmission code start in the po700 series and continue through the po800's. There are also several that require a dealer handbook to decipher. Good luck.
If it is a transmission problem, the best thing you can do is have the transmission rebuilt. That will fix the problem and prevent any further damage to the transmission.
I have a 1999 Ford Ranger with an automatic transmission, two wheel drive 3.0,V 6. The problem is in the reverse shift with no response...how do I correct this problem?
your problem is the transmission. you need to replace the transmission
Your At Oil light reports the condition of the transmission and its fluid. Some times this problem can be fixed by changing your transmission fluid and assuring that the levels are correct when you refill the transmission. We hope that this simple routine maintenance we fix the problem, but it might not. You could have a "burnt" or worn out Central differential in your transmission. This is the part that pumps your fluid throughout the transmission and thereby creates the pressure needed for your transmission to shift gears.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
I would suggest you have the transmission fluid & filter changed ASAP. See if that helps.