this is a very general question and could be a number of things, if both your engine and transmission behave poorly together the first place to look would be your air filter, see if it is clogged or old and possibly replace it with a performance type like a K&N brand filter. If you have problems accelerating quickly, if there is a sudden pause or stumble in power when you floor it, check the mass airflow sensor if your car has one, it is a small tube sensor the air flows through between the filter and intake, and see if it's small wires are dirty, they can be cleaned carefully with alcohol. This makes a huge difference on 94-96 LT1 engines. If that does not improve things try changing the fuel filter, sometimes they need to be replaced much more often than the suggested 30,000 miles. And finally sometimes the Chevy v8 although big and reliable is not always that strong, and you may be stuck with a weak stock engine.
The same thing happened to my dads 96 Chevy S-10. The transmission was rusted not allowing it to shift. I would have the transmission checked out.
If your 1997 Chevy diesel will not shift into overdrive, you might have an issue with a transmission sensor. Some of these vehicles have several sensors that must engage in order to shift.
No shift at all.
Shift solenoids are located inside the automatic transmission, accessable via a side cover plate.
67, to 69 Camaro will bolt right in.
My 1997 would not shift out of first gear, was 'throttle position sensor'.
Yes it sure can.
Yes they will fit , But you will notice no change what soever. ( no more power )
The aggregate demand curve will shift to the right as the economy expands. When that happens, the quantity of output demanded for a given price level rises.
Select cells with text> Alignement tab> Right Column shift in middle of alignement ribbon (or row). You click what appears as what you would click to shift a paragraph from left to right.
could be linkage adjustment or low fluid level in gearbox
I would check the power right at the starter. Either the solenoid on the starter is defective or the connections/ battery are poor.
it would go to the left
the curve would shift to the right
I don't know for sure but on some fords if the fuse for the brake lights is burnt out it will not shift from park. On fords if you turn key part way to on position then shift to neutral and start engine. Do not use park till you get fuse replaced. Mine blew because of bad trailer light harness. Sorry if this does not work on chevy.
the brake neutal switch is defective, the brake must be depressed before shifting.
There is a switch on the top of the transfur case that sends power to the actuator. REPLACE IT.
Increasing the temperature would shift the equilibrium to the right and increase the amount of product.
From the neutral position, pull the shift lever toward you then down, this would be frist greer, aka first gear.
It retards / slows the timing up and makes the transmission shift hard. The engine has to be running right for the transmission to work right. It would really help to know the year. There could be other problems depending on the year.
It will go right in there no problem.
I live in Forest Park, Ga, and my gear shift got stuck and would not move, had it checked out and it was the gear shift cable, the price at Hessessy Pontiac was $85.00 but i found it at Terrry Cullen Chevrolet for $66.00 and $30.00 to install...