If the automatic transmission car jerks when accelerating and the dash does not indicate a gear, there is a problem with the transmission. Check the shift solenoid.
A clunking noise when shifting gears on a K1500 automatic transmission, might mean a problem with the drive axle or drive shaft. Check all U-Joints to make sure they are working properly.
Your transmission is "sticking" sometimes a fluid and filter change can resolve this problem for a short time however is this does not help there is a solenoid in the trans that needs replacing any transmission shop can preform this solenoid swap relatively cheap and most have the capability to diagnose this problem for free
A cracked flex plate (flywheel) could be your problem.
There can be several things that will an automatic transmission not to work properly. The most common cause is a lack of transmission fluid. Broken shifting linkage can also cause the problem.
It depends on what the problem is. From your question it is obvious you need to have it looked at by a professional.
Could be a transmission problem, assuming an automatic transmission.
That indicates a problem with your automatic transmission.
The real problem is manually shifting from gear to gear with an automatic transmission. If you are referring to the automatic upshift, there may be a problem with the EGR system or vacuum system.
Most cars this is not a problem, the engines are identical.
You may have a broken engine or transmission mount.
My 1997 Dodge Avenger automatic transmission stays in 2nd gear a the time. What seams to be the problem?
Manual transmission: Clutch Automatic transmission: possibly low transmission fluid
There is a problem with the valve body in the automatic transmission. It may stay like that, or it may get worse - no accurate prediction can be done without pulling the transmission apart to see what the cause is.
If you have an automatic transmission then either the linkage is fouled up or you got a internal problem. That's 100 vrs about 3000 dollars.
You will need to specificate your problem, is it a manual or automatic gear box
I have the same problem; so far the problem seems to be in the transmission. Maybe the gear that drives the speedometer gear, won't know without taking transmission apart.
Automatic transmission fluid does not squeal. You have a different problem. Brakes squeal, bearings squeal, and belts squeal. Fluids do not squeal. You had better take your vehicle to a mechanic.
check transmission fluid then go to transmission mechanic. problem may be in computer and be a simple fix
Sounds like the transmission
If the gears are slipping on a 1995 Honda Civic then the transmission is worn. The transmission will either soon need to be replaced or repaired.
You can check the fluid level of the transmission but it's probably to late for that, the transmission is kaput!
Check the transmission fluid level.
An automatic transmission can lock in a Honda for several reasons. The most common problem is with the shift solenoids. These parts allow the transmission to shift and when one is malfunctioning the gearbox may not go into gear.