the v6 is a great engine, but Mazda's automatic transmissions were horrible until about 2000, it could be one of quite a few things, i would start with the cheapest and just try to top off the Transmission Fluid, but if its low, odds are you have a leak, a couple quarts will run you ten or fifteen dollars, the next best thing would be to take it to aamco, or another transmission shop, and get it flushed, run you about $100, this is probably your best bet to try and get any gunk out of your transmission that could cause it to shift erratically, lasty and by and far the last thing you want to do is replace the transmission, run you $1200-1600, at that point you have to ask yourself if its worth it, try the first two things , and if no change, i would say ride it to the ground and save the money you would have spent on the transmission and buy yourself a stick shift mx6 for $2000 The Mazda MX-6 (also Probe) automatic transmissions were bad (they were Ford made) but the main culprit is the poor cooling - the transmission cooler is just too small. All MX-6 automatic transmission owners should at a minimum change the transmission fluid once per year. See the link.
A bad transmission.
She work erratically.
A change in price level would cause movement along the demand curve, but would not cause the curve itself to shift.
Adding or subtracting just one nucleotide would cause a frame shift mutation.
what would transmission not to shift in to overdrive
would the tierod cause the wheel to turn out
Could be a bad flasher or just a burned out bulb.
Check the thermostat. Another reason could be the head gaskets are blown.
The gears in your transmission may be sticking or worn out. This would cause your transmission to not be able to shift.
I have a 1997 Mazda B2300 that was having the same problem. When I went to have the emission done it failed. One of the codes on the print out was a possible issue with the Idle Control Valve. I replaced it and that has solved the issue of the high rev when I shift. Still not passing emission though. Hope this helps.
check the fuse
Leaky transmission lines would cause the fluid level to drop and eventually cause the transmission not to shift and go.
Cable too slack.
Bent shift linkage or you are parking on a hill.
when my shifter was doing that Mazda replaced the shifter cable which cured it - they said it would eventually have seized
Could be a bad TPS (Throttle Positioning Sensor). or a simple vacuum leak!
a bad wiper control module, its the box located on the firewall above/next to the master brake cylinder.
There could be a number of reasons why your truck will not shift properly. There could be something wrong with your clutch or transmission.
If the brakes on a Mazda 6 are squeaking, it could be indicative of a problem. The brake pads could be incorrectly set.
dirty trans fluid might be the cause. have it changed, but not flushd
I have replaced the coil and distributor cap.
Yes it could.