A car with an automatic transmission shifts itself from 1st to 2nd to 3rd when you accelerate. You don't need to shift it...that's why they call it automatic.
would you rather it shift slow????????
Yes it will... you need to switch the flywheels though to mount it to the automatic transmission...
An automatic transmission can lock in a Honda for several reasons. The most common problem is with the shift solenoids. These parts allow the transmission to shift and when one is malfunctioning the gearbox may not go into gear.
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.
A semi automatic would allow you to shift manually when up shifting for performance. A lot of cars appear to let you do that but, a semi automatic will shift into that gear instantly. Not when it wants to.
There are tiny bearings and gears that make the trans shift smoothly and keep it in the right gear and when they go bad your car can develop a rough shift slipage and even trans failure
The shift control systems are different. It would bolt up, but it would never shift.
The transmission may need a flush and filter, or in my 92 accord I solved the problem merely by changing the transmissions computer.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
you have to put your foot on the break pedal, to shift out of park its a safety feature
Shift solenoids are located inside the automatic transmission, accessable via a side cover plate.
My probe will not shift to any gear while running but will when turned off. Before taking it to a mechanic I would like a general idea if this is a clutch or transmission problem.
I second this question--only for a 1992 Volvo 240. My girlfriend would like to drive home...although she gets to stay here until it's fixed. ;)
clutch plates could be welded to gather
A bad first speed overrun clutch.
It's worn out, bad linkage or worn shift levers.
First it would help to know if it is an automatic or a manual trans, then the question would be easier to answer.
Because it is. The transmission of an automatic does for you what you have to do if driving a stick. it does that whole clutch in shift for you, supposedly making it more efficient in usage of gas.
To switch back to automatic after being in the simulated manual mode, you need to shift past fifth gear. When you reach fifth gear, you can tap the shifter to the right twice and it will go back into automatic. Or, you can shift the car to neutral and then back to drive. I would suggest being stopped for this though.
Bad clutch pak
In an automatic there is a transmission shift relay that is behind your upper dash vents and can be seen just right of the glove box once you have it removed. It should be white in color with, IIRC, 6 prongs. More than likely that would be your culprit. I just went through this on my 87.
If by standard you mean manual (one you shift yourself), it would be automatic. It is cheper for the car manufacturer to make manual transmission than automatic. However, since automatic cars have become so prominent many manufacturers don't charge extra for an automatic transmission.