Why is your transmission very slow to shift?
you might need a new one soon. but first check your transmission fluid.
My V10 2001 Dodge slow shifting was solved by replacing the catalytic converters. The ECU was detecting load/stress, like pulling a trailer up a hill. So it signaled to the transmission to not shift up to the next gear. After CAT replacement the shifting was fine. For me this was NOT a transmission issue.
Will a bad mass air flow sensor cause the transmission light to come on and the car to rev up but be very slow until up to speed I have a 97 Cadillac Catera?
Why does the automatic transmission in my 1991 ford explorer make a grinding noise when i shift it into reverse.?
What causes the automatic transmission to shift hard from first to second gear on a 1999 Nissan Frontier?
What is causing the transmission on my2005 impala to shift harshly it happens mainly at slow speeds when driving under 40 miles per hour it also slips sometimes when taking off from a stop?
How do I know I am in fwd if the indicator light does not come on in a 97 k1500 manual transfer shift truck?
If I'm not mistaken, it appears that your truck is a "manual transmission"? There would be no indicator light - you shift into first gear, and then as you approve about 10 or 15 mph you would shift to second. I recommend the "learning manual transmission for dummies" - actually a very well written instruction book on learning how to shift.
Yes. That car has an "autostick" transmission. It's a three-speed manual gearbox coupled to an "automatic clutch." Basically, there's a very sensitive switch (a "microswitch") under the shifter. When you put your hand on the shifter, it closes the switch and works the clutch. After you shift and let go of the handle, it lets the clutch out and you can drive. Not only do you shift the car, you have to remember not to…