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Shift linkage may need a minor adjustment
working on mine right now, its under the steering wheel, gonna have 2 go2 a junk yard for the right part
Car on level ground. Engine warm- low idle. Parking brake must be working, Engine running, transmission in neutral. Check transmission dip stick.
Of course not. Without a working transmission you are going nowhere.
Dip switch adjustment
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Is it a cable or a rod? Check to see that it did not just come off. It's a rod linkage. The end of the rod that connects to the tansmission won't move. Thus the gas paddle won't go to the floor. You will have to check the adjustment on the linkage. Slack the bolt that holds the rod and see if it moves freely at the transmission up and down. If it does, then its just an adjustment at the throttle. If it does not, then you will have to have the transmission checked at the shop.
The transmission is not engaging. Either the transmission control linkage is somehow disconnected or the transmission is not working. This could be due to excessively low fluid, the controller is not working, or a mechanical failure in the transmission.
my drive and 3rd not working what is causing this promblem is their a a promblem with the transmission
It could be a short in the fuse.
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Gears is what transmission is for. No gears. No transmission!
Yes, cluster referrs to a gear cluster, or clutch band assembly, either of things failing would stop the transmission from working.
There is no clutch adjustment. The clutch is hydralic and therefore needs no adjustment. If the clutch isn't working correctly you most likely have to bleed the clutch line.
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And is be are working good but thanks is running out now for the soon time.
The transmission and power steering are usually two different systems. The transmission drives off the back of the engine and the powersteering pump normally drives off a belt on the front of the engine.
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have someone change gears, while not running, and make sure the linkage from the gear lever, whether automatic or not, is moving the linkage for the transmission itself. if the linkage is moving on the trasmission, then its probably in the tranny. also make sure the drive shaft is working (runs from the transmission to the rear differential).
There are many signs of a bad transmission and it is important to know them. Some ways to tell if transmission is not working right, would be rough shifting, leaks, and warning lights on the dashboard blinking.Ê
When it stops working.