Have the trans computer checked for codes. The tcm will have set a code.
Perhaps the clutch isn't completely disengaging. Are you certain that you're pushing the clutch in completely? Sometimes a warped clutch will be difficult to shift.
clutch or trany problem, possible shifter issue
possibly the throttle position sensor the sensor will also change the shifting pattern
probuly in the egr system
torkconveter lockup switch is faulty
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Keep your foot on the brake pedal when shifting out of park, as there is a switch there to prevent the accidental engagement of the transmission. Sometimes the switch sticks so you have to pump the brake pedal a few times, but always keep the pedal down when shifting out of park. If this does not help then the switch is probably bad.
Yes there is a speedometer sensor on top of the tranny that feeds the transmission computer and the speedo gauge. See the service manual for details on where it is, I believe on the LS it is acccessible without having to drop the tranny.
Because you bought a Buick. They are sometimes known to have this problem, so it is advisable to see a mechanic or...get a new car. That is the only known reason.
More power - No. But smaller wheels does the same thing for the engine as shifting down a gear, the vehicle gets stronger but the top speed gets lower. Sometimes that's a good thing. Sometimes it'll increase fuel consumption.
check out the linkage on the transmission sometimes the bolt can loosen up or the linkage cable in the steering colomn may need to be tightened.
Yes, what happens is that when you have baby teeth and then after all your baby teeth are supposed to be out but when they have not then the adult teeth that are coming down have no place to go so they resort to shifting upwards before shifting back downwards and sometimes causing other teeth to fall out even if they are the wrong ones i have this problem and have not had it fixed
is the car cold when you observe this? -> common problem, especially between 2nd and 3rd gear. Another thing i have observed is that if you accelerate with a lead foot or with a really light touch, they both produce a fairly smooth shifting. However, when you drive moderately, the shifting can be noticeable..and sometimes feel like being jerked.. running synthetic transmission like mobil 1 may helped a bit..
When shifting problems occur, it is usually due to the transmission. If a transmission fluid and filter change has never been done on the vehicle, this would be the first rememdy.Ê
In my '95 Grand AM it was the CTSY fuse that connects the cigarette lighter with the power lock buttons on the doors. Try replacing that.
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Could be computer related. But alot of time the shifter Solonide goes on them. Get it checked out for that.
The PCM. POWER TRAIN CONTROL MODULE does. ( computer )
The computer controls the shifts.
If its a chrysler you might have a bad solenoid pack
A lot of these vans had software upgrades for trans shifting issues. The dealer can "flash" new software into the computer.
no, try turning on the engine Yes, the engine computer controls the shifting of the trans.
My car does the same thing, except for the low oil... from time to time when I come to a stop I'll push in the clutch and it will randomly stall... I think its b/c my idle is not set high enough, but there could be a different reason...