Inhibitor switch reduces engine power to avoid shock while automatic transmission changing gears
Check fluid level Change fluid and filter Bring to a transmission shop
You may have wear in your transmission causing line pressure too be to high, or you may have broken mounts.
No. The gears are integrated within the engine so the gears share the engine oil.
The "lockup torque converter" could be engaging too soon. Take it to a transmission shop to have it diagnosed.
There are many reasons. Take it to a trans shop.
You can't shift gears on an automatic transmission because, as it is called, it's automatic! You don't need to shift, it does it for you. == == Maybe the question should be "Why is my automatic transmission not shifting through gears for me as it should?" Could it be a fairly simlpe fix or am I losing my transmission? Yeah Dopey!
If it is an automatic transmission, the speed of the engine (in rpm) is what makes the gears change. Accelerate too much and it will fly up through the gearbox when it is not supposed to. If it is a manual transmission, the gears shouldn't change without the clutch being depressed and you manually changing gear; at most, it will simply disengage and cease turning the wheels.
The most common thing on convertibles (the vehicle) is that most of them have automatic transmission when driving. So instead of manually changing gears, it's automatic.
In an automatic transmission this usually means the trany is low on fluid or the trany has internal problems.
Problem with the transmission. You need to have the transmission computer checked for codes to know a possible cause.
Based on information that is generated within the transmission and other sensors in the engine, the solenoid (or any one of them) controls certain functions of the transmission such as changing gears.