I have a 91 Grand Caravan with the same problem. I took it to a dealers shop, they found that it was the input speed sensor. Now it is doing just fine.
I had the same problem with my car...it ended up being two things for me...it was the mass airflow sensor and the throttle position sensor...hope that helps a little
It might be a little painful, but if it's your left leg that's broken you probably can drive an automobile with an automatic transmission.
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.
my automatic transmission is stuck in neutral. how do you get it into gear
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.
Drive. If it has a circle around it, it has automatic overdrive.
linkage broken, bad pump, bad transmission. best guess is bad pump or tranny. hope it helps. duboff
aod stands for automatic over-drive and is a common ford transmission
What type of transmission fluid do I put into a 2001 ram 1500 four-wheel-drive drive automatic truck
The first fully automatic transmission was the Hydro-matic, offered in the 1940 Oldsmobile. There were semi-automatics (GM's Automatic Safety Transmission and Chrysler's Fluid Drive) available in 1937.
1) Is it a standard transmission or automatic engine? 2) Front wheel drive or rear wheel drive? If it is a standard transmission, you wont have a dip stick. if it is an automatic front wheel drive, it'll be on driver's side front.
According to the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : ( the 4R70W automatic transmission used in two wheel drive and all wheel drive versions takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) * the type used should be engraved into the automatic transmission fluid dipstick *
It will be a 4l80E Transmission. (4 speed automatic with over drive and lock up converter)
Drive on an automatic transmission is usually a good place to start.
It's a shame to drive a subaru with an automatic transmission
It is called the passing gear.
Change the filter, flush transmission, fresh filter and fluid' walla it might work! We did this,and still no drive.
No,it does not do any damage to the engine or the drive-train of the vehicle with an automatic transmission
Almost anyone does. Automatic transmission is only used by people who cannot drive a manual. Recent luxury cars and buses also use automatic transmission. Remember when you take your driver's exam with an automatic car, you will not be allowed to drive a manual. Given manual is the standard that is kind of a problem...
automatic ushel has park,reves,nutral,drive,1st,2nd,and 3rd
yes it is a rear wheel drive Automatic transmission
Yes, well I can do it on my car
I had that in a vehicle i used to drive, and they had to replace the whole wiring system inside the transmission
Almost, except the case for a 4WD transmission is designed to mount a transfer case, and the tail shaft is intended to go into said transfer case... a 2WD transmission is not. They will not be compatible.
No and I could be wrong on this but if it is a true automatic transmission and not the DSG, you have to disconnect the drive wheels from the transmission like with every other car sold with a automatic.
until you face a wall.