What is the problem when the car will not go in reverse or go in drive the transmission fluid is still full?
what is the problem when the car will not go in drive or reverse? and the transmission fluid is still full
When you put your car in reverse it does not move and when you put it in drive it still does not move your transmission fluid is very low would that be the problem or do you need a new transmission?
What would cause a 1998 contour not to move in reverse and only move a short distance if you shift from Drive to low?
When I put my 1999 subaru impreza into drive it hesitates but will shift into reverse with no problem the fluid level is good could the filter need changing?
I was told by my mechanic that the transmission hesitating after putting it in drive after reversing is a sign of the transmisison dying. ---------- Check transmission fluid. When the fluid is low there is not enough in the torque converter, so when you go to reverse or drive you have to rev the engine before it moves to compensate for less fluid in the torque converter.
For the Reverse problem, you could have low transmission fluid, or a bad transmission. For starting in drive, just about every modern car will not start when the transmission is in gear. They will only start in Park or Neutral. This is a safety feature to prevent the car from taking off into someone or something when started.
If the transmission has a drain plug in the pan, remove the plug, allow to drain for at least 1/2 hour, so that the torque converter will drain, replace the plug, add fluid, run engine, put transmission in drive, neutral, reverse, neutral, drive, repeat for about 5 minutes, check fluid level, top off if needed, repeat running in drive, neutral, reverse. If the transmission does not have a drain, you have to drop the pan…
If you can't physically shift the vehicle into drive, then the linkage going to the transmission may be binding up. If you can shift the gear selector into drive, but the vehicle won't move forward, then you may be very low on fluid. Many times when a transmission gets very low, it will only move in reverse and not forward in any gear. Check the fluid level and top it off if it is low…
Did Oil Change and now the vehicle will not go into reverse or drive oil when changed came out red can you help?
I am curious to know which oil you changed. Usually when one says oil change, they are referring to the engine oil. When referring to a transmission, one usually says they are doing a transmission fluid change. You mention the oil came out red. Red is the color of transmission fluid. I'm wondering if you drained the transmission fluid thinking you were draining the engine oil. If so, the transmission is empty and that would…
What is causing 98 Taurus to act like it is in neutral at light and you have to shift into reverse then back to drive and it will go?
You do this by pouring transmission fluid into the tube that your transmission dipstick is in. To check for fluid level, drive the car for a few miles to make sure everything is warmed up, then park on a level spot, with the engine running, put the transmission in drive, then in reverse, then in park. With the engine still running, remove the dipstick and wipe it clean, and reinsert it, then remove it again…
What is the problem when a 2004 ford expedition is put in reverse or drive but does not move just acts as if it is in neutral?
Why does my 1994 Nissan Pathfinder 4 wheel drive auto hub makes grinding noise after shifting from reverse to drive automatic transmission?
You have a problem with your transmission. The transmission is trying to shift to a lower gear than necessary. Check the transmission fluid first and if it is low add the correct transmission fluid. Do not Overfill. If this does not solve the problem than the transmission fluid may need to be changed or you may have another problem within the transmission. Can be a bad shift solenoid or a problem with the hydraulic control…
if its a rear wheel drive its possibly a U joint if its a front wheel drive transmission fluid is low or its just time for a new transmission or a rebuild on current transmission. rebuilding a transmission is often better because you already know the car you have verses buying a different car you know nothing about.