I would guess that your clutch or transmission are bad. Hope that is just the clutch.
The transmission might grind on an '88 Dodge Colt because it is very low on transmission fluid. It might also grind because the gears are damaged or stripped.
im assuming that its an automatic,if so then its just because your transmition is messed up,or your rear gears(not the trans gears)are damaged.
Sorry to say that you probably wrecked the syncro in some of the gears if it is only in between certain gears
It depends on the context. One meaning can be someone who drives a truck, referring to the fact that they shift the gears and sometimes the gears would grind. Another meaning can be a vehicle with a manual transmission. Of course, the real meaning would be the person or machine that actually grinds the gears during the manufacturing process.
Well how well do you shift if you grind your gears alot you are grinding ff the points on the gears hence its harder to put in gear.
There are a few reasons for a transmission to growl. It could be that the vehicle is low on fluid, and the gears are starting to grind, it could be that there is dirt within the system causing it to grind as well.
This can only happen to shift stick cars, and how this happens is that the gears grind together!
the clutch is either worn, or needs adjustment if clutch is not the problemthe syncros on gears may be worn other than that, maybe driver error/are you dropping reves enough to change gears properly
The most common cause for a transmission not to change gears, is low transmission fluid. Check the transmission fluid and fill to the full line.