WOW sounds like if its a automatic tranny you have a transmission problem. Probably to late to check the tranny fluid. Damage probably already done an you need to replace the transmission
RE: Linkage or cv joint if there was no noticable problems prior to this happening
Call a towing company, a mechanic, and a new friend.
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1st, 2nd, drive, overdrive, and lock up ( that's in the torque converter )
when ur driving in the city it is adviced to put gears in drive rather than in overdrive position..the reason being overdrive is a system that allows your gears or drivetrain to use the lowest gears /ratio for fuel saving cruising, with it off , it holds to a higher gear ratio so you have more power and torque to tow or climb hills..but it prooves to be horrible while driving in the city..
Yes, but be wary of dropping it back into 'Drive' while you are still rolling and engine RPM is low. This will not be good for the transmission.
Your gears is stripped and you need a new one or that one rebuilt!!
No, determine what is wrong with the vehicle before driving it. If the throttle is sticking open, you may not be able to stop the vehicle safely.
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.
If you are trying to conserve gasoline. Drining an Automatic: when the car wont start and you need to move it. In an emergancy where you need to shut off the engine while the car is moving. Or when you want to coast. Driving a Standard: Anytime you start, stop, change gears, want to coast/roll...etc
Gears slipping, such as sudden high RPM's and loss of power while driving. Failing to change gears at a certain RPM in an automatic.
Check the Trans cable it maybe lose!!!!
Hai, In A.T. We havn't necessary to shiftthe gears. According to the Load it will automatically Select the Torque.