The year, make and model would help.
tranmission is in a bind and not letting it bring it out
State exact make and model.
None of the factory 944 turbos came with an automatic.
if you are driving and you go to stop, then that means that the front rotors are warped. if the front rotors are bad, you will feel a pulsation in pedal while applying brakes. change rotors on front.
No, it is not supposed to blink. You have a problem. Seek out a professional.
more than likely a wheel bearing
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 2005 Dodge Durango. Remove the brake pad Springs and calipers. Tap the rotors with a hammer to loosen them. Slide the rotors off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors and brake pads.
In most automatic cars, in Great Britain where I live, all you have to do is put the car into D (Drive) and push the accelerator. This will automatically change the gears of the car up and down.
Change the filter, flush transmission, fresh filter and fluid' walla it might work! We did this,and still no drive.
Tap on your 1995 Ford brake rotors with a hammer or mallet?æto loosen them. Slide the rotors off. Reverse the process to install your new brake rotors.
there is no such thing as a automatic licence, but there is a regular licence.
Front or rear rotors and 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive, it makes a difference.
Need to know if this is a 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive S10.
these rotors are slide on, so the are rusted around hub, you could beat them loose with a hammer or if can use air tools an air chissel with hammer end would do the trick
If you are wondering whether it is possible to replace one's own brake rotors or not because you drive an older vehicle that need brake rotors replaced, then the answer is no.
Check your brakes(pads and rotors)
Leaving the parking brake on while you drive
The 2001 Toyota Camry has a 4-speed automatic.
2 wheel or 4 wheel drive, front or rear rotors, it makes a big difference.
Drive. If it has a circle around it, it has automatic overdrive.
mite have bad 4x4 transfer case or you could have a bad switch to it or mabey a fuse
I would doubt it. The gears are usually dimensionally different in the front and rear axles. NO!