YES MY PLUG WIRES WERE OLD AND WORN(1995 MODEL) THOUGH IT WAS MY TRANS. BUT ALL WAS FIXED WITH NEW WIRES.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
It can make the engine run so poorly that it seems like the transmission has problems.It can make the engine run so poorly that it seems like the transmission has problems.
A person can tell if a transmission just needs fluid or there are bigger problems by checking the transmission fluid. If it is low, more can be added. If the transmission is still acting up after adding fluid, it could be the sign of bigger problems.
To troubleshoot the transmission, first check the fluid. As well as making sure that its full, check for a burnt color or smell. If the transmission is high mileage, the filter could be stopped up, or there could be any number of internal problems.
it could be low on fluid or dirty filter or internal problems.
A flashing transmission warning light can indicate a number of transmission problems. The most common problem is low transmission fluid.
The transmission for the 1996 Chevy 3500 could be jumping from overdrive for several reasons. The transmission could have a vacuum or electrical problem causing it to come out of overdrive. Or, there could be an internal valve problem causing this to happen.
The transmission in the Trailblazer could be low on fluid. The internal shifting mechanism could be giving problems as well, keeping the transmission from shifting into gear.
Many problems could cause the car to stop accelerating. If the engine is running OK, then check a manual transmission for clutch problems, and an automatic transmission for possible slipping bands.
The fluid could be too low to allow the transmission to shift. Depending on where the fluid leak is, the leak could be through a bad solenoid or soaking electrical connections, stopping the transmission from shifting.
It means there are problems with the cars transmission. It could be quite expensive to get fixed.
Transmission could be adversly effected. Shifting problems can occur and worse case the transmission can be permantly damaged.
Could be either, check the fluid first.
If you are seeing signs that your transmission needs to be changed. Then you can go to any local garages to have them change it for you. But, it could be a number of any problems.
Electrical - check voltage to "reverse" selonid. With my knowledge on Nissans, it could also be a transmission problem. If it is a 5-speed, it is more than likely the tranny. Reverse is the gear that goes out first most of the time
Well, stuff won't work. If you suspect you have an electrical problem, could you be more specific about what's going on? It would help us answer you.
Check electrical connections on transmission for corrosion and/or moisture
I think Aurora is a lovely name. A shortened form could be "Rory".
It is a visual notification to the user that the transmission gear needs servicing.
If the car is not banging and grinding it could be a wiring electrical problem or a bad Solenoid which is also electrical, but more extensive repair. The transmission is most likely not junk, but expect to spend a good amount of money to get it fixed. I am having this problem in my 2000 XK8 coupe which has the same engine and transmission.
If it is in manual transmission, it only means that it is in neutral or you have some problems with your transmission. If you are in automatic, if it is not in neutral or park mode, then you would need to change your transmission oil. Cars with old or empty transmission oil needs time before they could shift your car, prevent this by regularly checking your transmission oil to avoid future problems. I should say future expensive problems.
It could be any of a number of problems, including but not limited to electrical problems with the start and the final run of the car.
There could possibly be a leak where alot if pressure is building up and if not maintained could be the loss if your transmission. Some spots could spray up to 10 feet, not saying this is your problem but a very likely possibility. Mine has never had transmission problems since we bought it in 98 brand new. But your could be defective.
Could beLow transmission fluid level,Dirty transmission fluid,Bad shift solenoid(s),Transmission mechanical problems,Transmission hydraulic control circuit.Start with checking the fluid level then a fluid flush.