Transmission Problems, you shouldn't be driving with this on!
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
yes change the filter & the fuel can solve your problem
Yes. There are over 150 individual codes for transmission problems that specify exactly which part in the transmission is causing the problem. If the check engine light comes on it may actually be sensing a transmission problem. If you don't have a reader, your local parts store should be able to read it for you and give you some advice on what you will need to do to correct the problem. Transmission code start in the po700 series and continue through the po800's. There are also several that require a dealer handbook to decipher. Good luck.
A flashing transmission warning light can indicate a number of transmission problems. The most common problem is low transmission fluid.
You will need to provide more information on the problem. Is it an automatic or a standard? If it's an automatic, is it a three speed or four speed overdrive, and what exactly are the symptoms? If it's a standard, in what gear and under what circumstances does the problem occur?
this transmission moves extremely slowly in drive up to 40 miles. Is the dirty filter the problem?
The main problem with any vehicle that will not shift out of gear deals with the transmission. This is a problem where the transmission may need to be replaced to fix it.
If your 1995 Chevy 2500 truck won't go in reverse, you got some transmission problems.
My advice would be to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. If that does not cure the problem then take it to a professional. Avoid chain Transmission shops. Stick with a New car dealer or a trusted independent.
When you have problem shifting gears, you transmission has a problem.
if the vehicle could not be driven the problem is in the transmission not the transfer case if the transfer case is good you could still drive on the front wheels, the problem may be in the differential it is unusual to loose all gear,but if the problem is in transmission i would suggest the main shaft is broken
If you suspect overheat has caused a problem, you first need to run a compression test. That way you can eliminate some of the problems that are often caused when an engine is overheated. As you're pulling the plugs for the compression test, make sure the plug colors are even, and light to medium grey. Any dark or damaged plugs can indicate other problems. If the compression test indicates that all cylinders have good, even compression and you just have a dark plug, you may have dodged the big expense. Good luck.
that would be a compression problem.
Doubtfull. Low compression would be a mechanical problem.Doubtfull. Low compression would be a mechanical problem.
It depends on what exactly they need to fix on the transmission. It may be as simple as adding or removing transmission fluid, or as complex as completely replacing the transmission. Ask a mechanic you trust what the specific problem is, and use that as a starting point for your research.
If I had transmission problems I would definetly find a skilled mechanic to do the repairs on it. I truly believe with a job this big that is the right thing to do.
What type transmission and what problem?
Some problems with the 2007 Acura TL are a power steering hose problem, brakes wearing out extremely fast, and transmission problems. Acura cars are usually dependable but this model has problems.
Exactly what it says: someone who solves problems. Does not let them remain unresolved, and does not pass them on to others (as in this case).
Hi, My '94 Concorde problem started exactly as you are describing. A total rebuild & 4 trips back to the shop & it's still not right. Found out that the transmission was replaced with a Chrysler Dealer rebuilt transmission years ago . Talking to the mechanic who rebuilt this transmission, he found out that the transmission was from an Intreped & not a Concorde. Don't know weather you are the original owner but this might help a little. They really had some big problems with transmission. You need to find out what code is being set, then you can diagnose.
More likely it has something to do with pressure problems in your transmission, check the fluid and replace the transmission filter. If the problem is not fixed check the vaccum lines running to the transmission and the vaccum off the engine.
A Chevrolet Silverado that has cruise control problems might be having a problem with the part of the engine that controls speed and fuel intake. One culprit for this problem is the Speed Control Sensor that is located in the transmission. This part can be easily changed because it is more or less a probe that fits into the rear of the transmission.
No actural problem with transmission after 130K miles on a 97 Grand Prix GT, but problems with a ability to get transmission in gear. Turned out to be a bad relay device in area of shifter system in tune with the key interlock system.
Typically, it's not a problem if you wear compression socks while you on bed.