2002 model giving transmission problem at D3 D4 gears doesn't engage for a few secs when the vehicle is on load ie starting on incline. 1 2 gears are fine what could be problem is there risk of lockup?
You better get this vehicle to a transmission professional immediately, before serious damage is done. It may be as simple as a transmission fluid change or more severe. BTW, if you have changed the transmission fluid and did not install Honda ATF Z-1 fluid, drain and refill with the proper fluid. Any other fluid will cause shift problems. Don't let anyone tell you different.
any vehicle will roll on incline if brake is not used sort of like a tennis ball will roll down a hill if nuthin there to stop it if you use the transmission in idle to hold you on slight incline, all you are doing is wearing out components .brakes are made to hold vehicle still, transmission is to move you not hold you
If ANY automatic vehicle is parked on an incline- or with alot of pressure against the tires, it is possible to lock the transmission. If the transmission is locked, and you rock the vehicle while trying to shift out of park, it should work. I mean have someone help you by pushing on the vehicle forward and backwards so that the little bit of motion allowied in the transmission comes into play, and while it…
not sure why your car is not starting or why you have a transmission leak, but I cant think of any way a problem with the transmission can cause your engine not to start, you most likely have 2 different and separate problems. You might want to include more info on your engine problem such as what happens when you try to start. does it turn over?
If a 1998 Chevy Malibu automatic sometimes does not shift into third gear does it need a new transmission or just transmission service?
changing the fluid on the transmission if it already has a problem might make the problem worse. you probably dont need a whole transmission. the one you have is fixable. it would be necessary to take the vehicle to your nearest transmission shop for further diagnosis to determine if the problem is internal or external. They might tell you that the transmission would have to be removed from the vehicle in order to determin the…
Could low transmission fluid cause the transmission not to shift into the highest gear in overdrive?
It could however it is doubtfull. If the transmission fluid were dangerously low, the vehicle would also exhibit other driveability problems such as slipping. You can check your transmisison fluid by starting the vehicle and cheking the level on the transmission dipstick in the engine compartment. Be sure to take note of the condition of your fluid. Is it burt or dark in color? If so, your vehicle could have a more serious problem. Macs…
Typically, if the vehicle has a problem in reverse, it might also have a problem or will develop a problem in the forward gears. The best thing to do is STOP driving the vehicle and take it to your nearest transmission repair shop for further diagnostics. It may be best to have the shop remove and inspect the transmission for the cause of failure. Most shops do this for a reasonable fee..
If you were driving along a lost all the gears at once what could be the problem There have been no problems out of the clutch is it in the Tansfercase or transmission?
if the vehicle could not be driven the problem is in the transmission not the transfer case if the transfer case is good you could still drive on the front wheels, the problem may be in the differential it is unusual to loose all gear,but if the problem is in transmission i would suggest the main shaft is broken
The transmission codes and functions are often controlled by the ecm, engine control module computer. The ecm stores the fault codes from the engine and transmission. It is telling you that you have a transmission problem, the vehicle must have the ecm scanned by a certified technician, to properly diagnose the problem.
What causes a Automatic Transmission not to shift from 2nd to 3rd or overdrive in a 1998 Chevy Silverado?
A flashing D4 light indicates a problem with the transmission. It may just need the transmission fluid changed or it may be a more serious problem. I Recommend you seek professional help and do not drive this vehicle until you get the problem repaired or you may do serious damage to the transmission.
You were driving down the interstate when your car felt like it was in Neutral mode but was geared in Drive mode. Is this a transmission problem?
There is a service bulletin out on this problem (NUMBER: 21-015-05, GROUP: Transmission, DATE: September 01, 2005). It seems that fluid will drain from the torque converter after the vehicle sets awhile causing the slow to engage problem. According to Dodge, while it causes customer concern, it is not detrimental to the transmission. There is a new version of a transmission cooler filter which when installed mitigates the problem.
Why does a 1988 Ford Ranger have to warm up for 10-15 minutes before placing the vehicle in drive so that it can move?
What is the problem with Mitsubishi Mirage 1994 automatic transmission if it does not go into reverse gear and only drives in the forward direction?
When you put your car in reverse it does not move and when you put it in drive it still does not move your transmission fluid is very low would that be the problem or do you need a new transmission?
1st answer. You could damage the fuel pump and or transmission 2nd answer. Nothing, it will not move but will roll until it stops. 3rd answer: Most vehicles, with automatic transmission, of later models, will not allow the car key to be removed from the ignition if it is not in park. This is to remind the driver to put the car in park prior to leaving the vehicle unattended. So if you turn off…
A vehicle has excessive exhaust smoke During a road test the technician verifies the excessive smoke and finds that the automatic transmission shifts rough?
It might depend on the vehicle and transmission in question, but usually a transmission fault, of any kind, will have little or no impact on the engine's ability to start. With a transmission solenoid problem, you may not be able to make the car move, but it should still start. About the only, transmission related problem that would prevent the engine from starting would be a faulty neutral safety switch, or maybe a faulty brake…