would an automatic transmission car jerk when shifting after having had a transmission flush
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.
That would be a version of the A4LD automatic transmission
depends is it automatic or manual? if its automatic its more than likely that your transmission isn't shifting into first gear
Since this is not the type of transmission fluid that this engine calls for, you could possibly blow a rod or miss gears while shifting. I would not recommend this.
There are many benefits of owning a car with automatic transmission. These benefits would include the automatic shifting of gears as the vehicle moves.
The real problem is manually shifting from gear to gear with an automatic transmission. If you are referring to the automatic upshift, there may be a problem with the EGR system or vacuum system.
The transmission fluid capacity for your truck, automatic transmission would be 3 quarts.
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The first thing I would do is to change the transmission fluid and filter. When these get plugged they can cause all sorts of shifting problems. I hope this helps you. Mark
Try changing the transmission fluid and filter
Lack of transmission fluid, most likely. That's the cheapest and easiest variable to eliminate first.
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.
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.
If this truck has EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) you won't find an automatic choke. The model year info would help.
A standard transmission is not necessarily faster. You do however have more control over the shifting sequence, so you can often push the car more than an automatic would allow.
check for a failed vacuum modulator or a vacuum leak to the vacuum modulator. It sounds like you are shifting on the governor or engine management unit.
Transmission temp sensor can cause a slip or high rpm before shifting to next gear.
Try changeing the fuel filter,I had the same problem and it helped.
Came up to a stop light and when the light changed the car would not move.
I have a 2002 Moutianeer, and not to long ago had a problem with the shifting. It would struggle, then shift real hard into 2nd. I had to have a tramsmission overhaul done. Thank God it was under warrenty.
My first guess would be a defective Torque Converter lock-up Solenoid. Very common on these cars. Disconnect the solenoid, and if the problem goes away the solenoid needs replacing.
broken transmission mount there is a front left, rear left and a center mount
If the 1997 Nissan Altima with an automatic transmission is shifting gears too early, it could be that the shift solenoid for the transmission is faulty. Both the shift solenoid and the speed sensor on the transmission should be checked.
The year, make, model, transmission and engine info would help but it is probably the transmission down shifting if the vehicle is an automatic.