Loose parts of any kind in a manual transmission are not a good sign. I would be surprised if this tranmission wasn't "missing" any gears - so to speak. Pins in most manual transmissions hold the shifting forks to the shift rods and without the pin, shifting, at least to one set of gears, would be impossible. I hope that you get some help if you are going to rebuild/disassemble/reassemble your transmission. A complete parts-list and "blow up" diagram may be available at your local Ford dealer's service department.
Loose wire? I recommend asking this question specifying if you have manual or automagic transmission.
Since most of the weight of the engine is supported by the transmission mounts, the engine has to be supported from the top while the transmission is dropped out the bottom. You have to take loose the crossmember, exhaust pipe, the half axles, and about 23 different things. Get a manual from Haynes at the parts store. It will pay for itself the first time you use it.
i can not shift my 2000 v w beetle into any gear. I stopped for fuel, when I start out again the trans slipped out of gear, and now will not go into any gear. did the transmission linkage come loose, or what may have happened... at a lose, thanks
Yes coasting downhill will save you fuel. However do not do this with a vehicle equipped with automatic transmission. You will damage the automatic transmission by coasting. You can do this with a manual transmission but do not shut the engine off. This would cause you to loose power steering and power brakes.
It depends on what kind of car it is. Most if not all standard transmission cars have plastic bushings at the pivot points in the linkage. These get worn and out of round causing the shifter to be sloppy. Replacing them should help.
Either loose bands or low fluid or bad fluid. Also could be a clutch problem.
3,000 mph But really most auto equipped cars loose several % off the top speed compared to their manual equipped equivalent.
If it is loose you will almost certainly have lost fluid and the vehicle may not move.
A vehicle speed sensor or transmission range sensor malfunction can cause shifting problems. A loose connection or bad shift solenoid could also be the problem. Check the bulkhead connectors at the transmission for a loose wire or broken connector pin. Have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes. Electronic diagnosis is a complicated procedure and should be performed by a qualified technician . If you do it yourself purchase a transmission service manual and follow it step by step.
Im change my windos from vista to xp and im loose the driver wireless adaptar for acer aspire 3680?"
No such thing.
It is on the passenger side of the transmission towards the back of it. It will have a vacuum hose hooked to it. There will be a small bracket with 1 bolt that holds it in the transmission. Do not loose the small pin that is inside of the transmission when you remove the modulator valve. You will loose some trans. fluid.
When you push in the clutch if it rattles that is not the transmission but the clutch throw-out bearing. not necesarily the throw out bearing it could also be bad springs or fingers on clutch pressure plate could be cracked or loose fly wheel or could be one or more bad bearings in the gearbox
is it a manual or automatic A. iT IS POSSIBLE YOUR MOTOR MOUNT OR TRANSMISSION MOUNT COULD BE LOOSE OR WORN OUT CHECK TO MAKE SURE. Your engine could just be idling hard.
Buy a new one! save a transmission. best fix...
No it is not necessary.
Clutch slipping? and will probably require replacement
There could be a transmission fluid leak. Check the seals. They may be loose or worn out.
If it is and automatic transmission....you probably have a damaged or loose hose going to the radiator.
There is a lot to consider when swapping transmissions as far as performance is concerned. However changing from an automatic transmission to a manual transmission will typically improve the efficiency of your drive train. You lose power with a torque converter, because it's constantly "slipping" in order to drive the transmission's input shaft. General rule of thumb for older makes is that with an automatic you'll have lost about 20% of your engines output by the time it reaches the pavement, and with a manual you will only loose about 10%. NOTE: Newer automatic transmissions have been built to be much more efficient than I am reflecting here.
loose or missing torque converter bolt to the flywheel
The cause is most likely electrical, with a possible chaffed wire, loose connector connection or loose ground wire leading to the engine, transmission or elsewhere.
Common causes of transmission fluid leaks:Worn Transmission Pan SealsWorn Rear Main SealCracked Transmission Fluid LineLeaky Torque ConverterLoose Transmission Pan Bolts
Bolts might come loose from the transmission pan while you are driving your 1987 Ford Aerostar because they have not been torqued to specified tightness. They might also come loose because the bolts are not the right size or are worn.
I'd make sure the bracket connecting the transmission and shifter isn't loose first. My 2000 is notorious for this.