Try twisting or turning it. If it is frozen because of the cold, get a rag with hot water and hold it over the top of the dipstick. If it is not frozen, then that is not a good indication.
im stuck and I need help
Because it is in "Safe" mode.
There is a little metal tube stuck in the transmission. TOP SIDE It is hard to see it when it is in a vehicle.
well if your s-10 is stuck in park there is a good chance the transmission is bad in it.
Check your brakes, sounds like they are stuck on. If the brakes are ok the problem is in the transmission. Possibly the convertor or the front pump.
It sounds like the transmission shifter linkage is disconnected.
your transmission is stuck in what we call limp mode. Take it to a transmission shop and have an electrical scan done. Does your speedometer work or not ? If not then it could be as simple as a output speed sensor or broken wire
Is this a manual transmission? If so, this is a pretty common problem for these cars. Probably going to have to replace the shifter cable. About $50 at Advance.
Change engine oil and substitute one of the quarts of oil with one quart of automatic transmission fluid. Run engine for 1000 miles. Change engine oil again with all oil.
Sticking, stuck, stick.
The automatic Toyota may be stuck in park because of transmission problems. The transmission may be jammed or stuck in that gear.
My KIA Sephia is doing the same thing. I was told that my valve body was stuck and needed to be cleaned.
If the gas pedal is sticking on a 1980 Chevy, it is possible that the cable is wearing out. Check for slack in the cable. There could also be dirt on the pedal itself that is causing it to stick.
No, the past tense of the verb to stick is stuck (stick, sticks, sticking, stuck). The sentence should read:.You stuck to your decision.
The past tense of stick is stuck.
Stuck is the past participle of stick.
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I have not ever worked on this model,but here's something to try. Disconnect it at the transmission shift linkage on the transmission and see if it will shift by hand. if it will then you will need to look at the cables,rods or the shifter mechanism.Maybe something is worn,bent or broken.
...... stuck you or stick means a grenage that sticks to something, in this case you. they stuck the grenade on to you and you blew up
your transmission is out. your transmission is out.
Are you sure there isn't a clip on the end that hooks over the top of the dipstick tube?
"Stick/sticks" is the present tense of "stuck". They stick their forks into the tough meat. He sticks his fork into the tough meat. "Stuck" is the past tense. He stuck his fork into the tough meat.
In the past a "stick" was part of a plant and this "stick" was "stuck" onto the plant.