The problem is most likely your brake switch. This switch activates your brake lights as well as disengaging the shift so you can get out of park. It is located in front of your brake pedal arm. Its a black switch, about 3" long and has a 4 pronged electrical connection to it. its easy to remove as all it takes is a twist which lines up two legs on the switch with slots in the bracket. Your brake lights probably aren't working either. COATS AUTOMOTIVE will ship one to you within 2 days.
i have a daewoo and it doesnt have a dip stick u have to take it to the dealer in order for them to check it
The car has a sealed transmission u will have to go to a mechanic to have it checked ..
The Daewoo Lanos dose NOT have a transmission dip stick. The manual recomends replacing the transmission fluid every 80.000 miles. There isn't one. No kidding. This is the only car I've ever owned that doesn't have one. I can't imagine why a car would be designed this way.
If the transmission is electronically controlled - Dexron III, and if manually controlled - Dexron II. If there is no 'dip stick' for testing the fluid level, then the transmission is probably electronic control.
That happens when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. You need to have the transmission computer checked with a scan tool to know possible causes.
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check the transmission mount for being bad.
The transmission dip stick is located near the oil dip stick. This is in a 1962 Catalina.
I have a 1999 Potiac Grand Am SE, and I cannot find the transmission dip stick to check the transmission fluid.
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It is safe to operate your vehicle without a dip stick in the transmission. The dip stick is mainly used to test the level of fluid in the transmission.
It needs a transmission oil and filter change or a transmission additive to make the gears not stick so it shifts easier. Or could need both if its an older transmission. You can buy the additive at Walmart or any auto parts store.
If it truly is trans-related then I'd be inclined to do a trans service, changing oil and filter.
The transmission fluid does not come out of the transmission dip stick. The transmission fluid is added through the dip stick area though. The exact specification on how to change transmission fluid will depend upon the exact vehicles and the owner's manual should be reviewed.
Thermostat probably needs replacing They can stick not allowing enough water to flow around the engine block If the engine overheats it can warp the head or blow the head gasket
This is a dealer only serviceable part. This is because it is a sealed transmission, the "stick" is under the car on top of the transmission itself.
Stick or auto? with a stick, the motor hesitates if any thing. with an automatic, check your fluid level, the color of it should be a redish pink. don't overefill. If color is sortof black or brown then change fluid and filter for tranny.
dipstick o ring missing,wore out or dipstick is not in good
Their is no transmission dip stick for 93 honda civic hatchback
There is no stick on a manual transmission, you check the fluid with the fill plug
there is no dip stick for a manual transmission .there is a bolt on the side of the trans you have to pull then stick your finger in ..if you can touch it its ok
The 2002 and newer Ford Explorer 4 door models do not have an automatic transmission dipstick
You can fill the transmission through the transmission dip stick tube.
I have a 1994 Honda accord and I checked my transmission fluid & it had bubbles on my dip Stick. What does dat mean??