when the fluid is cold it will not flow through the transmission as well but when heated up it flows freely
Push down the gearshift, then move the gearshift to the left and forward. You must be physically pushing *down* on the knob.
Sounds like the electrical circuit from your Ignition switch to the gearshift solenoid is open, or the solenoid is bad. Be sure and have the ignition switch checked. Also check for a blown fuse that protects the ignition circuit.
Your Shifter has a safety feature that will only allow you to put your car in gear if you step on the brake. If you blew the fuse it wont let you move the shifter so change the fuse in the fuse box.
I discovered the answer myself. The car has a lockup system if you don't step on the brake pedal before trying to move the gearshift selector.
The clutch might not be completely disengaging.
Check to see if the stop lights are working - shift interlock and brake lights are on the same circuit Check fuses
If you can still move the gearshift through all the gears even though it does not mave the truck move, it is probably you clutch that has gone out. sloppy gearshift, or no noticeable ability to find where the gears are might be you shifting forks or synchro.
its very cold and stiff and wont move at all. i know this because it happened to my guinea pig.
There's a button on the left side of the gearshift, under the T-handle. Push it once. There should be a little green light by the speedometer that indicates if you're in OD mode, or not.
Try moving the gearshift as you try to start the engine. If it will try to crank when the gearshift is slightly out of Park or Drive, you probably just have a mis-aligned neutral lockout switch.
The L on a gearshift stands for Low Gear.
the hampster is slowly dying, at this point there is nothing you can do about it. Sorry the next step is he will start to get hard. Make sure he comfortable and try to move the water next to him so he does not have to move to get water.
If you turn the engine off the gearshift will move easily. Its the brake light switch. It's a multi-switch that also operates the gearshift lock solenoid.
It starts cold
There is a safety switch located behind your brake pedal arm behind the actual brake pad that evidently has gone bad that must be replaced, I believe average cost is @$20.00 for the part.
your truck wont idle correctly when its cold, because its cold...and nothing runs correctly when it's cold. your truck wont idle correctly when its cold, because its cold...and nothing runs correctly when it's cold.
Either they are cold and are trying to concerve energy, (which you should either put a heating pad under part of the cage to keep him/her warm,) or your hamster is about to die. I hope it's the former.
because its to cold
front pump or clutches more than likely its the clutches
Why did the cold water move in this direction
they are cold blooded so they are too cold to move quickly
Dogs wont get a cold sore from people.
Its up to you it really wont affect you too much.