I would think it would be a stuck solenoid, it allows the fluid to run to your drum that hold the clutchs and compresses them together to make the gears move with the shaft
until you face a wall.
I had that in a vehicle i used to drive, and they had to replace the whole wiring system inside the transmission
Its probably the actual transmission itself. It happened to my moms 99 Kia sephia and then it just started working for a few months than the tranny just stopped working all together so I would suggest getting it checked out
1999 ford ranger has reverse, 1st and 2nd no drive , reverse quits when it gets warm , can you help diagnose
There can be several things that will an automatic transmission not to work properly. The most common cause is a lack of transmission fluid. Broken shifting linkage can also cause the problem.
Your transmission needs to be rebuilt ... although - once - I "fixed" that problem by draining & refilling my trany.
P - Parking R - Reverse N - Neutral D - Drive 2 - High Drive With Gear 2 L or 1 - Low Drive
my automatic transmission is stuck in neutral. how do you get it into gear
My daughters 1997 Saturn SC2 coupe automatic transmission has no reverse? what would cause this?? and how can i fix it without replacing the transmission.
O2 sensor or vacuum leak
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
If you have an automatic transmission then either the linkage is fouled up or you got a internal problem. That's 100 vrs about 3000 dollars.
add transmission fluid
An automatic transmission has some advantages over a manual transmission. An automatic is easier to drive in traffic and on hills, as you do not have to keep operating the clutch.
If you have an automatic transmission, it probably has a forward clutch/band problem.
If the trans is full of ATF and the linkage is connected, the trans is blown.
transmission is gone.
Could be a universal joint. If front wheel drive, it could be the constant velocity joint. I am assuming you have an automatic transmission. If it is a standard transmission, it could be the throwout bearing.
yes .. if the car is in drive and u put it in reverse.... bye bye gears
linkage broken, bad pump, bad transmission. best guess is bad pump or tranny. hope it helps. duboff
Check transmission fluid and fill to mark on dipstick. If this doesn't help, expect to replace the transmission.
Drive. If it has a circle around it, it has automatic overdrive.
Physically, Manual Transmission has at least 5 gears including a reverse gear which is 'manually' changed by the driver during the course of the drive. Automatic Transmission however has a Park, neutral, drive 1 and 2, reverse. This is much easier to drive. They can be distinguished by the sound they make. A manual transmission hardly makes noise when gears are being changed. An automatic on the other hand, will make short bust of noises when gears are being changed. This is only valid for high powered cars. Also, if a manual car breaks down, it can be moved. automatic however, cannot be moved if it breaks down which is a big disadvantage.