I just bought a 1997 Geo Tracker with A/T. My service engine light is on. The technician told me that a TCC code appeared. The transmission also slips when cold. It doesn't go into gear quickly when cold. The TCC I've been told is the transmission lockout solenoid, or I was told it could be a problen with the throttle position sensor.... Tomorrow it goes to a reputible garage for diagnosis.... stay tuned sportsfans...
I replaced transmission fluid yesterday on2003 Montero Sport today when I'm driving the A/T Temp light came on what is that mean/
When driving a car with an automatic transmission up a steep hill it is not necessary to shift gears. The car will do that on its own when necessary.
Sounds like the transmission needs servicing - filter and fluid change at a minimum, possibly more.
An automatic transmission is better than a manual transmission for city driving. It cuts down on the fatigue of constant shifting and reduces rollback.
it might mean you need to have your transmission replaced, ive got a 2002 cougar 35th and it has 80,000 miles and doesn't do any jerking of any kind
In manual transmission you have to manually switch gears in your car's gearbox. This is done by usings clutch pedal and gearstick. Car with manual transmission is much more responsive to you're driving and is considered far superior to automatic transmission.
shifts normal with normal driving conditions when driving hard transmission stalls.have to ease off gas to go to next gear
The advantage of a six speed manual transmission over a automatic transmission is you control the shifting. Now this can be a good or bad thing. It depends on how exprienced you are at driving and how well you know your car. Another advantage is that when you are driving or racing on a track you have another gear to go unlike other cars.
A car with an automatic transmission automatically put the car into gear without any other inputs needed from the driver. A manual transmission car uses a stick shift to shift gears of the car, which involves more direction from the driver to operate the car properly.
The 2007 Honda CRV has a 2.4 Liter 4 cycle engine with automatic transmission. The vehicle is rated at 20 miles per gallon for city driving and 27 miles per gallon for highway driving.
A standard shift vehicle combined with good driving habits can get better fuel mileage than an automatic transmission vehicle.
If its an Automatic, yes its possible.Otherwise if it's a Manual, then no.
Don't drive it, but have it towed to a reputable garage that can flush the transmission. Driving it with the oil may cause serious damage to the transmission.
form_title=Find a Transmission Service Repair form_header=If you're having trouble changing gears, have your vehicle's transmission inspected and repaired. When was your transmission last serviced?=_ Is there any slipping or grinding while driving?= () Yes () No What kind of vehicle do you have?=_ Is it an automatic or manual?= () Automatic () Manual
form_title=Automotive Transmission Repair form_header=Ensure a long driving life of your vehicle with a transmission repair! Have you changed the transmission fluid on this vehicle?= () Yes () No Do you have an automatic or manual vehicle?= () Automatic () Manual Will the transmission shift at all?= () Yes () No () Not Sure Describe any unusual noises that you are hearing from your vehicle.=_
no tranmission fluid in it or it maybe your tranmission is bad because you keep grinding your gears up but for a automatic its your transmission fluid
The purpose of the automatic transmission is that is shifts for you. You'll want to lock your transmission into your ideal gear for going up and down steep inclines to prevent it from downshifting, but, other than that, you typically let the computer do the shifting for you.
If you are not driving up or down hills, or in start & stop traffic, bad weather etc. I wouldn't recommend it.
Depends on how fast you are driving your tracker
The transmission may need to be rebuilt. If it is automatic you can try dropping the transmission oil pan and replacing the filter and fluid.
i was driving my Toyota tacoma 2006 and start spilling oil iwas 30 miles far from the nearest town so i tried to add some fluid to my automatic transmission but there is no way so my transmission is burned out
Could possibly be shifting gears sporadically or your driving on hilly terrain.
Could be anything from an engine management problem to the transmission failing
The automatic transmission has a vent tube. If the transmission is overfilled or gets water in it , the transmission may appear to be leaking tranny fluid after the transmission has warmed up from driving because the tranny fluid expands.
Because it is. The transmission of an automatic does for you what you have to do if driving a stick. it does that whole clutch in shift for you, supposedly making it more efficient in usage of gas.