manual stick shift BMW what cause to shke when i change in to the first gear
You need to shift the stick shift like your going to put it in sixth gear but you have to push down on the stick shift as your putting it into sixth gear.
If stick shift jumps outta second gear is it okay to drive the car?
The gear stick has a diagram of where to move the stick to engage a certain gear. For example, if Gear 1 is in the top left corner, you must move the stick to the fair left, then forwards to engage first gear. Oh, and you have to push down the clutch each time you change gear.
to the left and up
Sounds like choose a gear & shift into it with the stick.
auto or stick shift
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.
The Pagani Huayra has paddle shifters mounted behind the wheel but also has a stick shift manual in the standard location for a stick shift. But if you shift with the paddle then want to shift with the manual stick, how does that work? Because you can technically be in second in the stick, then paddle into third, then stick back into third or whatever you want. The gear that you put the paddle into won't correspond to the gear that the stick is in. How does this work?
There is a retaining mechanism in the transmission, it has worn out.
The gear box ( manual transmission ) is bolted to the rear of the engine
you need a new transmission
Rust, Ice, Something bent,
Stick shift, yes. Automatic, no.
i would say shift in corners
If stick shift try pressing in the klutch all the way and pull it in to second and let off the gas.
No, it has a flappy paddle or paddle shift gear box like the one in the lamborghini mercielago LP640.
At the base of your gear shift, you will see a small flap. Stick a ball point pen into the flap about 2 inches. Press the lever you find. Then the gear will shift.
Shift interlock. Push the brake and shift into gear and if it is cold out you may have to push hard on the button on the shifter while holding the brake.
The gear stick not is held on with a retaining clip. The retaining clip is just below the gear shift not. Hold the retaining clip in, on both sides. The knob will come off.
Cable too slack.
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.
I just had that happen to my '95 Subaru Legacy wagon. It was stuck in 4th. Cluch would engage but couldn't get the stick shift to move. It finally gave way with my buddy rocking the car and me pushing the clutch in and moving the stick around.
If your not starting in low gear check the little snow flake button next to the gear shift. If this has been pressed your starting in 3 rd. gear.
any gear or no gear you could put it in nuetral and put e brake on and thats the most common way