Simple, stay calm, put the gear selector in neutral, coast to the safest place you can find, stop the car, turn off the key. Have the car towed to a repair shop and don't drive it until it's fixed.
car starts but when i put it in gear it stop
Maybe car is in park.
Automatic or manual trans? What am I missing here? Explain! If it is stuck in 3rd gear then it is obvious that it can't go in reverse.
your car must be stuck in a low gear and not able to switch out
Turn the ignition off.
Bogged down or mired.
Consult online forums for your car. If that doesn't help try and play about with the gear selector the see if it will budge.
If your car is stuck on the tracks, and a train is approaching- then YES- get OUT of the car and get off the tracks. It is not that the train engineer does not want to stop, it is that he CANNOT stop- it may take a mile or more in distance to fully stop a heavy train. You will lose the car, but you will keep your life.
Your car engine will stop.
It is being put in to limp in mode. The computer has detected a problem, get it checked out with a scanner
the gears are stuck
Gear shifting has little to do with batteries, or your car's electrical system. If your car is stuck in one gear, your clutch (on a manual) or even worse, your transmission, might be going out. The dead battery might be just a coincidence.
Because the car is not moving
Check whether Stop lights works or not when you press the brake paddle. If not replace the Stop light fuse and the blow bulb.
Your steering column is locked. how do you fix it
If your car has a automatic transmission, put car in neutral get a rolling start then switch to Drive. If car stays running your problem could be a solinoid switch in transmission. The trans. is stuck in second or third gear which would cause your car to stall out.
Yes, although this is very unlikely. Even more rare for an auto tranny to stop the car from starting. Only way of this happening is a 5 or 6 speed gearbox stuck in gear with a non working clutch.
Coasting requires you to put the gear into neutral and let the car freewheel down the hill. If you came to a bend on the hill and someone was speeding up the hill, you may not have enough time to react and slam on the brakes, or slow down. When you aren't in gear, you have less control of your car, as opposed to if you was in gear. E.g. If you were in gear and slammed on the brakes, your car would stall, jerk you forward and stop, however because you aren't in gear, your car won't stop rolling.(It's why you can push your car when it's out of gear, but you can't push it when it's in gear).
yes, her car gets stuck and the door but the car works and she drives as fast as she can
If it is standard (manual transmission) put it in the highest gear (4th-5th gear) and let out the clutch fast, it will stall. then procede to unhook your battery (so it doesn"t go dead) then you will be able to work on getting your key out of the ignition.
If it's stuck in the completely open position, it can.
It is possible if it is stuck open, but highly unlikely.
Shift your car into neutral and use the break. Your car might break from over revving but it is worth the risk.
No it is not. It is a mechanical fault.