not enough fluid, check the fluid level while the car is hot and in nuetral. Another thing to watch for suprisingly enough, is the speed sensor. Mine does'nt shift when warm, and also the speedometer needle won't move when it starts to act up. Was told if the speed sensor is'nt working it won't let the computer know you're moving, so it thinks your stopped so stays in first gear, even though you're driving. I thought it was a tranny problem, butnow know it was'nt. Something for you to think about or ask about before purchasing a new transmition.
Bad seal? Bad cooling line to radiator?
Bad pump Bad torque converter
Low or bad transmission oil, bad transmission solenoid, vacuum line issues, worn transmission gears, bad torque converter.. all possible reasons.
Broken transmission mount? Bad "U" joint? Bad center bearing? Driveshaft out of balance?
bad seal, the transmission is under your car by the road itself, if the seals are bad, water dirt and other debry and can penetrate (bad)
A bad transmission.
Check fluid level, is the vehicle warm or cold when this happens. The torque convertor may be bad. The transmission may need to be serviced (new fluid,filter, etc).
Possible causes include a bad tire, a failed wheel bearing, a failed transmission bearing, etc.Possible causes include a bad tire, a failed wheel bearing, a failed transmission bearing, etc.
Bad seal? Leaking cooler line?
Poor driver or bad transmission.
It causes a cold and if it get's really bad it could kill you.
The most common reason for a transmission to go bad is not maintaining it properly. Another cause is hot temperature. Heat can break down the fluid that protects the transmission causing it to fail.
a bad radiator -automatic portion of radiator not cooling off transmission
Slippage in the transmission or a bad torque converter
I've read that bad u-joints can cause a cracked transmission case. I've also read that bad mounts, shafts out of alignment, jumping the vehicle, engaging the transmission at high RPM, can cause transmission cases to crack.
No, In cold season Banana's are bad for health purpose.
High RPM's in your engine which can be caused by a bad idle control motor, low transmission fluid, or bad hydraulics in the transmission, or maybe a bad gear.
Bad seal or excessive internal pressure
bad or old seals, this is a common problem on all aging vehicles.
They are not effected by radio transmission and they create greenhouse effect which is a good thing same as a bad thing because without it, it would be too cold for us to live.
transmission has worn/bad seals.should have a trans shop check it. Most don't charge to check.
no tranmission fluid in it or it maybe your tranmission is bad because you keep grinding your gears up but for a automatic its your transmission fluid
Bad torque converter would be my first suspect. Bad vacuum pump is another possibility.