the transmission will shift to higher gear
i could tell when i press on the gas and it just whines up then as you let of the gas slightly the car will then slip into the next gear.
Check the fluid level. If it is full you have a more serious problem.
If stick shift try pressing in the klutch all the way and pull it in to second and let off the gas.
The downshift cable is probably out of adjustment, GoodluckJoe
I have a 1999 1500 dodge ram 5.2 engine. As i am driving and pressing the gas . i have to let off the gas so the gears will shift. when coming to a hill, it will barely even pull.
May be you have a misfire?
MY FIRST guess would be that the pressure plate and the clutch itself may be cooked. If when you have it in 3rd geart and it moves, but if you give it a lot of gas and it seems to "slip", not having enough power, then I would say that your pressure plate is fried. GOOD LUCK! >>
Sounds like your torque converter needs replacing
The voltage is lacking when you are not pressing on the gas... while pressing on the gas.. you are giving the headlights more electricity...
you may have water in you gas and your injectors may be clogged.
The vehicle would stall when put in gear would be the fuel pump. The fuel pump is very weak which would explain why in neutral the vehicle starts if it gear it would have to have more gas.
If you're asking about the gas mileage that would depend on the engine. Would it be stock or are you looking to add performance enhancements? A stock engine should get around 18 to 20 mpg with a 3.55 gear or around 15 with a 4.10 gear.
don't worry it means that you are in 'Sport' mode you can change it by pressing on mode button no the gear-pad PS: sport mode Burns a lot of gas.
A person pressing the gas pedal.
what kind of car is it
From my experience you get the best gas mileage when you are in the highest gear and your rpm is low, around 1500 to 2000 rpm.
It's not in the right gear. It means your going too fast for what gear it is set in. If it hums, put it into a higher gear e.g. if it hums when in 3rd gear, put it in 4th and the humming will stop.
The Suit Will Smell & You Will Need To Eject You Head Gear To Release the Gas Smell!
Possibly a hose is broken or disconnected on the crankcase ventilation system?Intake Manifold?
shaking jerking when pressing on gas
The answer depends on the gear ratio of the vehicle in question.One vehicle may get better gas mileage in 3rd gear, while another may do better in 4th.Generally speaking a lower RPM measurement while driving will yield greater efficiency, and will therefore be more economical.This means that it would be typical to get better gas mileage in 4th gear because the engine would have to be operating at a higher RPM to do the same thing in 3rd gear.
kick down cable is stuck