Check for a vaccum leak at the base of the carb gasket. Also check all major vaccum leak sources.... EGR valve, power brake vaccum hose, pcv valve sticking open. etc. If the car attempts to leap forward when it dies (like when you pop the clutch on a standard) you have a bad "Torque converter lockup module". Its on the transmission. You don't have to replace it - just unplug it. The car will work fine without it.
more than likely it's a 3.08 gear in the rearend.
you have to change the ring and pinon gars
Yes, most montes in 85 had the column gear shift.
The speed sensor on a 1984 Monte Carlo is located on the output shaft. The speed sensor is typically driven by the gear of the vehicle.
Transmission temp switch is most likely cause.
Most likely a 2.29:1 ratio
yes, they do on my 02.
I'm not sure about that but if your looking to make sure you have a real ss look at the gauges as the ss had all the gauges in the dash such as oil, amps, water temp where the regular monte's didn't have the special gauges, they had idiot lights.
It keeps the car from starting in gear. The starter will only engage in park or neutral.
check the transmission linkage to be sure it didn't come off or break.
it has a high torque on the first gear plus the first gear is set toward accelerationmor than getting a high speed does this help
cant take off from drive got to manually shift automatic tranny
4t65e with 2.86 gear ratio and 4RDB,3RDB ON ID. TAG.2003-2004 monte carlo,impala with 3.4 engine.
i lived in California for 8 years and drove a 1970 Monte Carlo with a 82 engine in it. i never had to smog it cause it BODY wasnt above 73
There are four ways to find a ratio. 1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number. 2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement info. 3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaft to get one complete turn of the tires. 4 You can divide the number of teeth on the ring gear and divide by number of teeth on the pinion.
What is the gear ratio for a 1985 CHEVROLET K10 pickup
Most people with this motor go with a th350, th700r4, or a th200r4. The th350 does not have an overdrive gear, so if your driving on the highway, your gas milage will suffer.
Probably the steering gear.
you either need a new speedo cable,could be worn or broken,you may need a new gauge or the plastic worm gear in the transmission which is prone to wear could be worn out,if the vechicle has high miles it's probly the worm gear
Snap ring is broken that holds the knob on. Turn the knob to see if it drops down. If this is not the problem it will be the mechanism in the handle.
Make sure you don't have a disconnected vacuum hose to the transmission, and that your transmission oil level is full.
change the transmission filter see if that helps it helped mine alot!!
Yes get donor parts from 70 71 72 Monte Carlo will fit,,,,,brackets hoses gear box,,,changed mine to a 73 Nova works perfect ,,have a 307 small block
There are three ways to find a gear ratio. 1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number. 2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement info. 3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaft to get one complete turn of the tires.
The starter solenoid is probably sticking, causing it not to retract the gear and spin with the engine. If it only lasts for a few seconds, then that's what it is. If it keeps squeaking for a long time, it may be the serpentine belt.