my automatic transmission is stuck in neutral. how do you get it into gear
What is the difference between overdrive and drive on a1991 Pontiac grand prix
your transmission is going out
tow from the front with the transmission in neutral.
Park on a transmission is a gear that allows the transmission to idle as if its in neutral while locking the drive train to prevent the vehicle from rolling.
Yes, but don't tow it in drive or neutral, it will damage the transmission
It's not shifting into neutral, the 3rd gear "drive" band is slipping. Time for rebuild.
if its a manual transmission in neutral and 4 wheel drive in neutral with brake off. if its an automatic you will have to pull the drive line to rear wheels and place 4 wheel drive in neutral with brake off.
The transmission is messed up, try playing between neutral/reverse and drive, my old Hyundai excel did that and the transmission did a weird sound then went back OK, but not for long. Recommended to change it.
Though I don't drive this type of car, I do know that most neutral safety switches are found on the transmission.
Any unnecessary shifts cause additional wear on the shift mechanism, but that's a minor consideration. At a long signal light or train crossing, it's better for the transmission to shift into neutral than to keep it in drive with foot on the brake, or if a manual, better in neutral than holding in the clutch all that time.
No, you just put the transmission in neutral. This works for both a dolly and for flat towing.