If it were my car i would replace the transmission. A website www.car-part.com gives you a list of used parts all over the country. If you are a do-it-yourself-er it is the cheapest way to go.
check for cel [check engine light] or for dtcs [diagnostic trouble codes]
if none are present repair or over haul maybe required torque converter is bad.
add transmission fluid
I have a similar issue my '88 accord LXI automatic does not have reverse and it grinds in park and drive. Told the shift fork in the transmission and shift for bushing are going out and the tranny needed to be rebiult
It sounds like the transmission shifter linkage is disconnected.
It a protection that way u won't damage the transmission
I was told by my mechanic that the transmission hesitating after putting it in drive after reversing is a sign of the transmisison dying. ---------- Check transmission fluid. When the fluid is low there is not enough in the torque converter, so when you go to reverse or drive you have to rev the engine before it moves to compensate for less fluid in the torque converter.
There are many benefits of owning a car with automatic transmission. These benefits would include the automatic shifting of gears as the vehicle moves.
If the gear shift lever does not move out of drive, or if the lever moves but the transmission stays in drive, it is possibly the linkage and a relatively easy fix. Turn everything off, then look under the hood along the steering column or under the vehicle for something that is hanging loose or moves when the shift lever moves.
The reverse is "shot" on your transmission. You'll need to either rebuild/replace the transmission or get another vehicle.
An automatic transmission shift valve is like a swing. It is moves back and forth with the use of pressure. That is how gears are changed.
Manual transmission: Clutch Automatic transmission: possibly low transmission fluid
pres the brake until it moves
this transmission moves extremely slowly in drive up to 40 miles. Is the dirty filter the problem?
You have a 12 year old transmission that is in serious need of service. Have the fluid and filter changed and see where you stand after that. If the problems still persists, take it to a professional.
there is no dry shaft oly a crankshaft in the engine and the drive shaft that moves the car the drive shaft is connected to the transmission and the rear axle if your car is front wheel drive ypu do not have a drive shaft just a transmission and two axles
moving the shift lever from park to drive or any other position with the engine off will not hurt anything in the transmission. in an older automatic trans by moving the shifter from park to drive the shifter is mechanically atatched to a lever which is attached to a manual valve inside the transmission. since the engine is off there is no pressure in the transmission so nothing happens. on a newer auto trans the shifter is attached to a lever which moves electrical contacts to do the same thing as the old mechanical trans lever.
I was hoping someone would ask me that. I have a 96 mark viii - i bought it for $1500 (Awesome condition everything worked perfect.) After about 8 months of racing random cars everyday, the car would shake violently in and out of gears - and eventually drive turned into neutral. You MAY have a linkage problem, but not likely with a mark viii as it is not a common problem. If your car goes into reverse and moves but does not in drive - then your transmission is no good. I did this with mine (found out later that the one i had was not original). Check out question "How to change transmission in mark 8" describes how it is done exactly.
Automatic transmission? I had a Nissan Stanza that did that, had to replace the transmission. However it is hard to diagnose the problem without looking at it, but I'd say your tension band is shot.
One of two things...... 1. the transmission cable linkage is way out of adjustment, or the shft linkgae assembly is damaged. 2. transmission is shot. Sorry, but that's about all it could be
A reverse fault occurs when the hanging wall moves upward
A reverse fault is a fault in which the hanging wall moves up relative to the footwall.
reverse faults move from compression when the hanging wall moves up
check your transmission fluid or it may be something electrical if your cavalier transmission is run by electronics. If not it may be a sun gear inside the transmission so you may need to get the transmission rebuilt.
It's difficult to get a feel for what you mean when you say your engine shakes. Do you mean a regular shake? If that's the case it might be a bad valve, sparkplug, plug wire or injector. If you mean that the engine moves quite a distance when you put it in reverse, but then comes back, it could be a motor mount. Please feel free to send an e-mail directly if you want to discuss the situation further.
If it is an automatic put your transfer case in neutral and your transmission in park, and turn your key to the first notch so the steering wheel moves, This is what we have done for years with our jeeps.