This may sound strange but it works. Bang on the dash two or three times. i no I no........until the van stays running. Try it.
If the 1984 Honda Accord engine dies when put in gear then it could be due to some faulty wiring.
The transmission computer defaults to second gear when it detects a malfunction and sets a code.
It's the main drive gear mechanisms in the transmission.
Torque convertor could be defective siezed up.
Your clutch needs adjusted or replaced.
Seat switch; it does not know the seat is occupied.
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That happens when the computer detects a problem.. You need to have the computer checked for trouble codes.
Put it in OD and let the auto trans do its thing.
Incorrect gear ratio in first gear.Incorrect gear ratio in first gear.
It is most likely stuck in second gear which is the "Limp" mode on the trans. There is something wrong with the trans and it should be taken to a good trans shop to be scanned for problems.
If your talking about when your in park that click is releasing the transmission so you can shift into gear
Gear ratio error in first gear.
the sensor for your side stand may not be working so it thinks the stand is down and cuts out as a safety feature.
When the trans computer detects a malfunction it sets a trouble code and defaults to 2nd gear. You need to have it checked for codes to know what to diagnose.
the gear you have it in might be neutral.
More then likely, one of the electronic solenoids in the control pack on the front of the transmission case.
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The transmission computer defaults to second gear when it detects a malfunction and sets a code. You need to have the system checked with a scan tool to know possible causes.
If it is like most Chrysler Autos, you need to put your foot on the brake pedal before shifting into gear.
It has a rack and pinion.
An internal failure of the differential.
There is both a timing chain which connects to a timing gear (cam and crank shafts) Not as regularly scheduled maintenance item - replace only when needed
Yes it will but the gear ratio will be a slight bit different.