the tranny fluid may be low or need to flush tranny
***These transmissions are prone to failure when abused, at all. The problem you are describing sounds like intermittent failure of the EPC (Electronic Pressure Control) system within the transmission. This will require diagnosis/repair by a qualified mechanic. Do not have the transmission flushed, transmission flushes are not necessary and can damage your transmission. Even automobile manufacturers recommend against flushes - The only necessary periodic maintenance on an automotive transmission is regularly scheduled changes of the transmission filter & fluid.
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.
it seams when it got hot it shifted but it stop shifting
The grand canyon erodes because of weatherization and plate shifting.
A seal is going bad, trans will need a overhaul.
Usually a problem with the emission system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
If a 1988 Mercury Grand Marquis shifting out of second gear gets choppy after acceleration then the overdrive band may need servicing. An overdrive band that is sticking can also cause this problem.
It my just be down shifting 2nd answer: torque converter lock-up is having a problem?
Most often hard shifting can be fixed partially by a transmission flush and change of automatic transmission filter. Also, i have had luck with using a large magnet on the bottom of the transmission pan before the flush because parts of the clutches that are loose will not be filtered by a clogged filter. Also, on my grand am, the transmission fluid was dangerously low when i went to change it when first buying the car- this could also be a possible problem.
Grand central is not that far from the Empire State Building. You could walk it with no problem.
You may have broken motor mounts.
could be a vacuum leak
If a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am shuts off while in drive, there could be a problem with the passlock sensor. There could also be an issue with the fuel pump.
i am having the same problem and had it before in my 1996 grand Cherokee and i traded it in on a 2004 grand Cherokee and the same thing is happing. i spent like 2000 dollors on different macanics and no one fixed it. There is a solenoid located above the transmission pan that controls the down shifting. To have this replaced at a shop it will cost about $300.
4 words get a new car.
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This could possibly be a fuel problem. Has the fuel filter been changed ? Fuel pressure checked ? Is there dirt in the fuel tank ?
That could be the cam shaft position sensor.Check that out>
problem with power steering 1994 Pontiac grand am 2.3L
A lot of these vans had software upgrades for trans shifting issues. The dealer can "flash" new software into the computer.
A worn front wheel bearing could cause a Grand Cherokee Limited to make a grinding noise when you accelerate. There could also be a problem with one of the shafts.
no he didn't.
The Grand Prix could have a wiring problem. Check the wires to the back speakers for any loose connections or shorts. If the wiring is on then the stereo probably has an internal problem.
It's in park or netural. It has no fluid in it. the engine is off. the linkage is disconnected.
i have the same problem i got a 96 Pontiac grand am 2.4 4 cylinder great car it could be the knock sensor or fuel pump