check Transmission Fluid while the engine is hot and while its still running, if its low add more(tranny fluid is measured in pints so be careful how much you put in)
A transmission that is sticking would cause a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager to die after shifting it into gear. A problem with the ignition system could also cause this.
depends on how fast you are going and what gear you are in
It keeps the car from starting in gear. The starter will only engage in park or neutral.
Starters are made specifically for certain engine and transmission combinations. The snout of the starter must be the correct length for the worm gear to engage the ring gear. If you have the wrong starter, the worm gear will not engage properly. If the ring gear is damaged, the starter might be operating properly, but have no teeth to engage. If the solenoid is not working, the starter motor will spin, but the worm gear will not be pushed forward to engage the ring gear. Remove the starter, and visually check the ring gear for missing teeth. If the ring gear appears to be intact, take the starter back to the place where it was purchased and have it tested. If the starter tests good, check the solenoid wiring on the vehicle to insure that the solenoid is being energized. If all of these steps fail to identify the problem, return the starter and get a different starter out of stock and compare them. You might have a mislabeled starter.
You need to lift the collar on the gear stick to engage reverse gear
You have a bad coil. if an automatic, it might not know wether to engage in 1st gear or 2nd gear
They could be.They could be.
You could be having transmission problems or your clutch might not be disengaging properly not allowing your collars to engage smoothly. Get some money together to have your drivetrain looked at. answer try adjusting the shift likages before anything else.
I'd say check your transmission fluid and if there's enough fluid in there your tranny could just be going out. It might be a problem with your sync rows or the gears are just gone.
The transfer case in a 1997 Jeep uses automatic transmission fluid.
No, you push the clutch all the way in to disengage the gear you are using from the drive train, and then you engage the next gear you want to use and re-engage that gear to the drive train.
the transmission is failling or starting to go bad so get it fixed or get a new transmission the transmission is going bad
The 530 D SE BMW keeps showing the transmission fault gear because of the mechanical breakdown.
The gear stick has a diagram of where to move the stick to engage a certain gear. For example, if Gear 1 is in the top left corner, you must move the stick to the fair left, then forwards to engage first gear. Oh, and you have to push down the clutch each time you change gear.
William Gear died in 1997.
Trouble code P1899 means: Park/ Neutral switch stuck in park or gear
the gear shift might just go inside the tranny and shift the gears internally.
use oil 10-30 and change the oil sensor
Probably a clutch, but might be a problem in the trany.
I have just recently got my transmission repaired along with the gear ratios recalibrated for $900
It's the overdrive engage button, which is like a 5th gear. It only engages when the gear lever is in 4th gear and it can be operated without depressing the clutch.
because that is just the type of car that does that.