What could be wrong when you push the accelerator and the RPMs go up but the car doesn't move?
Generally, if the engine is running and you give it gas but the car doesn't respond, you've got tranny troubles. Probably very expensive tranny troubles.
Yes indeed, very expensive transmission problems. I have a 99 mercury sable and only had it for 6 months used when i started having the same problem. First i thought, well i bought the car in Florida and moved to Ohio, so maybe being mid winter, the cold was just causing it to slip because cars get used to the way they are drivin even in environmentle circumstances. Well 3 weeks later i was paying out $1600 for a new transmission to be put in. If your car is having these problems, take it to a shop asap.....dont get stuck on the side of the interstate with the next exit being a town in ghettoville, usa!!!
Just a thought.....Transmission fluid has leaked out, transmission filter is clogged or torque converter(front pump) went bad.
What is the problem with a 1998 911 Carrera if the RPMs are revving up unusually high when you hit the accelerator?
93 cougar 6cyl Rpms rev or are unsteady in idle and drive Car dies sometimes What could cause thishad to a mechanic who says he doesnt know whats wrong with it?
When you push the accelerator down all the way on a automatic 1999 rodeo it sometimes changes to the next gear at 4500 rpms and sometimes at 5800 rpms?
There are eight actual shifting motions, and you can "split" the top four gears. Get to your desired RPMs before upshifting, then you can either float or double clutch into the next gear. For the splitter, you simply push it forward, let off the accelerator, pause until you feel it catch, then get back on the accelerator.
The shift pattern's based on the nine speed, with the addition of a splitter on the side. You'd go about your major shift motions the same as if it were a nine speed, and, when you use the splitter, you simply push the button forward or back (depending on you're shifting up or down), then you let off the accelerator, let the RPMs drop enough for it to catch the gear, then put your foot…
When you press the accelerator, the engine wants to tach up right then and there... in the current gear the car is traveling in, it may not be possible without bogging the engine down, so the transmission is shifted down in order to accommodate the demand for increased RPMs while preventing the engine from bogging.
What is wrong with my Honda1976 CB 550 Four On the highway today the engine power bogged down and now it rattles at all RPMS sounds horrible and barely takes off without stalling Whats the deal?
There are a number of things that could be wrong with your Honda 1976 CB 550 Four if the engine power bogged down on the highway today. If it now rattles at all RPMS, barely takes off without stalling, and sounds horrible it could be something as easy as needing a system flush. To best know what the deal is have a mechanic run a diagnosis test on the car.
How do you solve this problem drove your 1992 eagle talon approxamitly 74 miles at 3500 rpm80 mph ran fine came to a stop light idle went way down almost quit pushed in clutch floored accelerator rpms?
2000 ranger 4.0 every time your ac kicks on the rpms go up 300 rpms then goes down the ac turn off why?
When your RPMs get down to 1000, you take it out of gear, press the accelerator to tach the motor up to 1500 RPMs, and drop down into the next lowest gear. Assuming you're operating this truck in North America, your transmission will either be an Eaton-Fuller or Spicer 10 speed unsynchronised transmission, and you must tach up to motor to compensate for the lack of a synchroniser gear in the transmission. If you drop…
If you don't know how to downshift (and upshift) and unsynchronised manual progressive shift transmission, you really need to go to a truck driving school. You're not going to learn how simply by read about it. In school, they'll teach you to drop the RPMs down to 1000, pop it into neutral, kick the accelerator to 1500 RPMs, then drop it into the next gear. It might look simple enough on paper, but you're not…
Your 95 Honda civic revs while at a standstill What is wrong is it the timing belt or is it an intake sensor or what?
Why wont my 2002 grand am gt idle above 4000 RPM's. It idles fine but when the accelerator is pressed the RPMs go up to about 4000 and it stays there just fluctuating between 3500 and 4000?
What could be causing a 2005 grand prix with 14000 kms to have ticking sound that does not increase with RPMs it seems worse when engine is warm and poor performance especially at low speeds and RPMs?
Why is it that when i put my truck in Drive and take off it wont drive it will take a bit for it to drive and when driven on hwy. The trucks RPM dont seem to work right?
What I think happened is that something with your gears went wrong so that is what is messing all of your rpms up. But, for the other problem I do not know a thing about why it would do that. What I think happened is that something with your gears went wrong so that is what is messing all of your rpms up. But, for the other problem I do not know a thing about…
You have a 1993 Chevy Lumina and when you accelerate to high RPMs the engine starts to choke and then cuts out after a while What could be wrong?
The shift pattern is a modified nine speed transmission, with the option to split the gears via the button on the side. To upshift with the splitter, you get up to the desired RPMs, push the splitter button forward, let off the accelerator for a second or two, then get back on the accelerator. If you did it right, you'll proceed as normal. If you get back on the accelerator too soon, the motor will…