Inhibitor switch reduces engine power to avoid shock while automatic transmission changing gears
form_title=Find a Transmission Service Repair form_header=If you're having trouble changing gears, have your vehicle's transmission inspected and repaired. When was your transmission last serviced?=_ Is there any slipping or grinding while driving?= () Yes () No What kind of vehicle do you have?=_ Is it an automatic or manual?= () Automatic () Manual
Gears slipping, such as sudden high RPM's and loss of power while driving. Failing to change gears at a certain RPM in an automatic.
if it is automatic the transmission could be slipping if manual the throttle could be sticking
Hai, In A.T. We havn't necessary to shiftthe gears. According to the Load it will automatically Select the Torque.
no tranmission fluid in it or it maybe your tranmission is bad because you keep grinding your gears up but for a automatic its your transmission fluid
Automatic trans I take it, sounds like you may need to rebuild or replace soon. The gears could be warn and are starting to slip
rapidly changing gears in anything will hurt the vechicle but not slowing down will not
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Almost all automatic transmissions are filled and checked with the engine running and the transmission in Park. Be sure to let the car run for a while to warm up before checking. while filling, be sure to slowly shift the transmission through all the gears (while still sitting still, parking brake on) and recheck the level after shifting.
in an automatic transmission when it shifts the belts that hold the planetary gears that control the gear ratios grab the next gear before it releases the previous gear. while the transmission is in two gears at once the engine doesn't provide the power to the transmission so with the lack of tension on the motor it allows it to build up speed before it slows back down when the transmission releases the lower gear What about a manual transmission? Is it normal for it to still do this same thing?
yes .. if the car is in drive and u put it in reverse.... bye bye gears