It is most likely a transmission slip, there is not much you can do to fix it your best bet is Lucas Stop Leak. While your transmission isn't leaking this will lessen the slip a bit. You will have to consider replacing the transmission after this one goes.
not usually,sometimes you get lucky and it will for a while. most of the time if a transmission has started to slip the damage is already done.
A minor slip or occasional slip can either be reduced or eliminated by purchasing a bottle of 'LUCAS' brand transmission slip reducer. The reason transmissions may slip is because a small piece of grit, metal, sand, etc....has entered inside the case where the sensitive gears are working. This 'thunk' or 'clank' happens when the transmission gears (arms / rods) get stuck then slip loose. Thus...you hear the clunking sound when they break free from the bind the foreign object has caused. LUCAS helps to keep things slippery. Its about $11-$14 in most auto parts stores. They make a myriad of other wonderful products for your car and I've used 3 of them and have improved both performance and gas mileage both.
worst case, transmission is slipping and its turning before the gear catches. try lucas transmission stop slip if so. also you could need motor mounts, if your mounts are bad when the transmission goes into gear it moves the engine first and will also make a thud type of sound. take the car to your local tech and have them inspected.
It might not be going bad but,whens the last time you change the trany.filter start with the cheep fix frist or some no slip oil
Sadly, you will need a rebuild or a new/used tranny. You can try the Lucas Transmission oil, it claims to stop slipping, but did not work in my 97 Malibu. I ended up trading it off, too expensive to fix.
get your transmission modulator replaced
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It sounds to me that you have problems at the transmission and more specifically to the internal cluthes and bands... Sorry it sounds like a very expensive issue.
now unless u want a perfessional job i would look for a product called "lucas" i bet my life on it.
It's the part that connects the engine to the transmission, and is activated by the clutch pedal inside the car. It's a set of metal disks that 'clutch' or grab onto each other to allow some slip between the engine and transmission. This slip is what lets the car start from a dead stop without killing the engine.
sounds like your tranny is slipping, try Lucas Transmission Stop Slip, if it doesnt help, then your trans probbably needs rebuilt.
probably something wrong with the transmission like a gear fault or a transmission glitch or overheat. Take it to a repair shop or do some test maitanenence yourself.
That is defiantly a a transmission/Driveline problem, take to repair shop/dealer NOW!
transmission stop engaging, after fuel stop, why
Most likely the VSS. Vehicle Speed Sensor. It is mounted on the side of the transmission.
Slip the transmission into neutral, turn on right signal light, coast over to right side of road when it is safe to do so, come to a stop and shut the engine off.
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Do not shut the engine off. Simply slip the transmission into neutral and coast over to the break down lane and stop when it is safe to do so, then shut the engine off.
well basicly you stop thinking about it and eventually it will slip your mind why do you want to stop dreaming about it anyway?
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If the car bucks as you stop it is the electric lock up torque convertor in the transmission. you can unplug a 4 wire connector on the top front of the transmission (This will not damage the transmission) drive to see if problem is gone.you can keep it un pluged
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To stop a standard transmission from grinding into third gear, check the level of the transmission fluid. If the noise continues, consult a mechanic.