I assume you are talking about an automatic trans? If so, it doesn't sound good. Have you serviced trans lately? Sometimes brand new fluid can cause old trans to slip. Auto trans are complicated animals. Don't take it to one of those AAmco type places unless you want to spend a small fortune. The only trustworthy place I know is David Colbath Trans but that is in San Antonio, Texas. Ask your regular mechanic first, someone you trust. Good Luck! I had 2 identical Geos with the same problem. Turned out to be weak fuel pumps. Check your fuel pressure
A couple of different things could cause hesitation in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze including bad spark plugs. There could also be an issue with the fuel filter.
Intermittent hesitation in a car could be caused by many things. The fuel filter, the EFI, and spark plugs might be the cause. A loose wire can also cause this. Newer cars have many plugs and connectors that could have come loose.
Start by checking the EGR system.
There are many things that could cause hesitation on acceleration in a vehicle. It could be the fuel pump, the gas pump, fuel pump relay, or an electrical problem.
There are many things that can cause a 2000 Blazer to have hesitation problems. Some causes could be bad plugs and wires, fuel filter, or the EGR valve.
no, check your fluid levels.
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A transmission that is sticking would cause a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager to die after shifting it into gear. A problem with the ignition system could also cause this.
check the exhaust system
Could be timing belt/chain is worn
you are not supposed to drive on the interstate with your highbeam because it blinds the other oncoming vehicles and could cause them to have a devistating accident. you will get pulled over if an officer sees you
An ancient tectonic plate shifting- that happened in Atlanta Georgia
Loose universal joint(s) in drive train.
You could have a sticky brake shoe or maybe the e-brake is engaged.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
A seal is going bad, trans will need a overhaul.
Depending on what Country you work in it could mean 1 of two things.A shifting cargo means that the cargo is or has moved while the vehicle is in motion. This can cause damage or even an accident or crash.In some places Shifting means to move or relocate as in: Shift that Cargo to the warehouse.
Glaciers or moving, shifting and melting constantly. The worst that could happen is if too meltwater was created by the melting glacier it would cause a flood downstream.
Maf sensor check it they have a cleaner for it. Like 6.99 at auto zone
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My 89 B2200 does this. Its like there is a dead spot in the acceleration. It is because the accelerator pump is leaking.
check fuel pressure, also a weak ignition coil or fould plugs could cause hard starting
check transmission fluid for correct amount or being dirty if fluid is ok your transmission is wearing out
EGR should turn on Service Engine light on 96 and later. The tube / pipe to the exhaust manifold can also become blocked. EGR could cause rough engine. Many other possibilities.