You probably need to change the Transmission Fluid and filter. You don't say how many miles you have on this car but it's a recommended service at least every 50,000 miles.
my trans shifts late it dosent slipp shifts hard to get into 1st and 2nd after that she goes right into 3rd then 4th normally i was wondering if there is a shift sensor to tell the trans when to shift
No. The Metro trans is too small.
is it a hyd trans, ? gear shift ? not enough info
yes, that can happen.
your trans axle has nothing to do with you losing 2nd gear
The sensors all work together and the computer tells it when to shift.
make sure that trans is in N if that dont work turn car off then shift to 2wd or 4wd
The Chevrolet Lumina shift solenoid can be found on the top of the transmission. The shift solenoid will be near the front of the transmission.
A His and Her shifter is where you can go from an auto shift to a manual shift with out having to change trans. and things like that.
really? what drive shaft. its a shift tube for the trans. trans is in the rear of the car. its called a trans axle. trans shifts the cv joints which turns the wheels. so you never have to take down the shift tube for no reason theirs a long steel rod inside that tube. that comes from your shifter to the trans.
If it is a manual trans, the shift linkage might be loose, bent, or damaged.
no, but dont shift the trans to first when you are going 70
1996 metro calls for dextron 2, should tell you on your transmission dip stick
none, the trans am package came with a console shifter
Loose hold down clamp or broken shift cable.
You do not give a year, engine size, trans type........ so the generic answer is on the shift shaft of the transmission behind the shift cable's lever and mounted to the trans case. On a FWD trans, it is a foot below the brake master cyl.
shift solenoid in trans is stuck off
you need a new trans
yes, for most repairs
Disconnect the linkage and reverse it. If is comes in from the top then turn it 180 degrees and replace it from the bottom with pin on top or vice versa.
the trans will still shift into gear with a bad clutch you will find tho, sometimes this will not happen. usaully it is NOT indicative of other problems.
If this is a standard shift transmission, some one may have put the incorrect trans fluid in to it. Drain and refill with correct fluid, check your drivers manual for correct trans fluid.
Change the fluid and the trans filter; a dirty trans filter can cause this.