Clogged tranny cooler lines, stretched TV cable,electrical connection. I found by accident, when a Ford tranny doesnt want to shift- a half bottle of trans-X does actually work. Comes in a can from Advanced.
the transmission mounts could be bad or completely worn away.
Shift linakge out of adjustment or transmission needs a rebuild
When repairing a car it is important to know the costs of the repairs. To rebuild a 2500 Dodge Transmission it could cost between $2000 and $4000.
If the overdrive light won't go off or it flashes this indicates a transmission problem. It could be a matter of replacing the shift solenoids or an entire rebuild. You might try pulling the codes and see if any of them indicate a transmission problem.
If the transmission has electronic controls, then a module could be bad. If not, then the transmission could need a rebuild. If it is a front wheel drive, check the cv joints for damage.
It depends on the type of transmission. If it is a manual transmission, the first thing to check would be the linkage. If the linkage is not the problem, then it could be the bushings or the synchronizer. If it is an automatic transmission, then it could be a problem with the bands, though you could have debris in the valve body or a servo problem. In some cases, linkage bearings could be an issue.
The DeVille could have low transmission. Or the internal transmission bands or valves could have failed. The transmission will most likely need a rebuild.
your transmission could be stuck between gears. you probably need to rebuild or replace the transmission.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
The transfer case....or '4 wheel drive'(front wheels)....is a completely different beast. The transfer case can be rebuilt for about $1000. Just had my transfer case rebuilt for just under $1k.
The transmission valve body is INSIDE the transmission and generally requires a complete rebuild. If the fluid is black and smells burned, your clutches have been slipping, in which case the transmission is pretty much done anyway so either replace or rebuild the transmission or get another car.
Could be a transmission problem, assuming an automatic transmission.
It's probably the transmission, either the valve body or the clutch pack. Either way, it means a rebuild of the transmission.
It could be a throttle linkeage problem or a transmission valve body problem.
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Could be a frozen clutch pack. Time for a transmission rebuild.
if the vehicle could not be driven the problem is in the transmission not the transfer case if the transfer case is good you could still drive on the front wheels, the problem may be in the differential it is unusual to loose all gear,but if the problem is in transmission i would suggest the main shaft is broken
it probly needs a rebuild fresh clutches and so on,maybe a pressure control solenoid,convertor could be on it's way out and heating up too much or it could just be that your kickdown cable isn't properly adjusted which is a common problem which generally leads to the transmission burning out the direct clutches and needing to be rebuilt
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.
Worn or damaged internal clutch or transmission valve body. Either case requires a rebuild. Possible that it could be misaligned gearshift linkage, depending on the vehicle, but don't count on it.
Manual transmission: Clutch Automatic transmission: possibly low transmission fluid
check fluid transmission for correct amount.
It's a good chance it's not your transmission at all. I would or have someone check your u-joints on the drive shaft of the vehicle. They could need replacement, its a lot less expensive than a transmission rebuild.
What can cause the RPM on a car to jump while driving is a problem with the transmission. It could be a problem with the gears in the transmission itself.
No, but the current one needs to be serviced. The Pathfinder should have computer controlled shift solenoids, so have a dealership/transmission shop diagnose a possible electronic problem with your transmission. I would also a transmission flush followed by a filter change done because the problem could be debris is the line going to the LO-Reverse clutch. If that doesn't work, then the transmission needs to be rebuilt by a professional (if you have never been inside a transmission you cannot do the rebuild yourself). If you cannot afford to have the transmission rebuilt, then you might be able to get a replacement one out of junkyard. I caution you on a junkyard transmission, because they have been exposed to the elements, they have a tendency to fail.