It COULD be the bolts to the torque converter or a cracked "flex plate". It could also be internal problems. ANSWER Another guy asked the same. He told to lube the yoke at the end of the rear transmission. I have the same problem and I am going to try this. I have just repaired the automatic tranmsmission and the clunk is still there. May be the solution is simple and not expensive. Good luck
When driving, the cataracts start developing which causes the eye to start watering.
most likely your transmission is slipping and usually is the onset of your transmission going
when i am driving my toyato 2001 Eaco stops running, it will start back up
Stalling while driving may be caused by a collapsing or kinked neoprene fuel line.
You can start driving lessons at 17.
3,420 miles if you start driving from the City of Fort Lauderdale. 3,033 miles if you start driving from the City of Tallahassee. 3,140 miles if you start driving from the City of Jacksonville. 3,205 miles if you start driving from the City of Brooksville. 3,227 miles if you start driving from the City of Clearwater. 3,048 miles if you start driving from the City of Bradenton. 2,933 miles if you start driving from the City of Pensacola. 3,236 miles if you start driving from the City of Tampa.
I would suspect a faulty fuel pump or fuel pump relay.
no. they should start driving at age 2.
the bbc usually start transmissions at 12noon
They shouldn't until they are of the legal age and a mature age to start driving
Either it needs CV joints or the tires need to be balanced.
In the Ford Ranger , I believe that was ( 1985 ) with the A4LD
You can start driving at age 17.
you should start driving to school when you 16 years old really im SERIOUS
US Xpress Enterprises and PAM Transport are two major companies which do. I've heard rumours that Maverick does, as well, but I don't know for certain. If you're just getting started in driving, I'd advise against going to such a company. What you learn about shifting in truck driving school does not make you proficient at shifting. If you start off with a company like US Xpress (which is a perfectly fine company to work for, don't get me wrong), then decide you want to work elsewhere, and that elsewhere doesn't use automatic transmissions, you're going to find yourself left wanting. By the way, there is a difference between automatic and autoshift transmissions - autoshift transmissions are basically a manual gearbox, fitted with a synchroniser and computerised shifting system. They still use a clutch. They're also going the way of the dinosaur, with the advent of the Meritor, Eaton Smart Shift, etc. fully automatic transmissions.
you get your permit when your 15, but you get you driving license when your 16!
The minimum driving age in Paris is 18
Could be many reasons. I would start with replacing the fuel filter and do a fuel pressure test.
well as you know there is a high risk of injury when driving. But i will take a rough estimate that 2 teens start driving every year.
Depends. Do you always hear it or only when speeding up and slowing down. I have the same thing on mine but nothing is wrong with it. It's the transmission that's making the sound. Nothing to worry about unless you start to get a clunking or grinding sound, then you have problems...
Assuming we are talking automatic transmissions, you would use park or neutral to start the engine but neither one are gears.