Without seeing your car, my guess is your car broke one of the axle joints.A assistant could look under the car while it is running in gear and you hold the brake to be safe. He would see it wobble by the front tire. That is the only thing that I could think of that would go out like that. I hope this helps you. Mark
There are several indicators of problems with a cars transmission. Examples of these include lack of response while driving and leaking transmission fluid.
Your transmission is slipping and needs to be rebuilt.
Transmission Problems, you shouldn't be driving with this on!
when driving up hills at lower speed you must downshift the transmission
Driving that vehicle will lead to serious transmission problems in time. Have the transmission fluid flushed and filter changed soon. Next time stop by your local auto parts store and ask for assistance.
An automatic transmission is better than a manual transmission for city driving. It cuts down on the fatigue of constant shifting and reduces rollback.
Gears slipping, such as sudden high RPM's and loss of power while driving. Failing to change gears at a certain RPM in an automatic.
when the transmission is not shifting or changing out on a 1.8 jetta
If you wait for a transmission to have problems before you have it professionally flushed, you've waited to long. It really depends on your driving conditions but in most cases I would flush it every 50K, it will pay in the long run.
If you have a manual transmission, then simply the car's engine dies because you release the clutch too quicly. If your car is automatic than you might have engine or transmission problems.
I am not sure but probably the one who was driving backward trying to run from the police
No. Unless you are flooring the gas pedal and spinning the wheels on the ice and when you hit a dry patch it jerks to a sudden stop. If you do that for some time it will eventually cause some kind of damage. But normal, safe driving behaviour on ice will not cause transmission problems. Here in Canada we drive 4 to 6 months per year in icy conditions. This does not damage the vehicles. Most winter driving damage is caused by the use of sodium-based abrasives on the roads that accelerates corrosion and eventually causes problems.
Question is too vague as there are MANY common problems that effect/affect ALL vehicles. Please be more specific as to: Fuel, Electrical, Emission, Driving, Wheel, etc., problems.
Your transmission might automatically shift out of overdrive while driving on the interstate because of low transmission fluid. This issue might also occur because of a bad transmission sensor or overdrive sensor.
What can cause the RPM on a car to jump while driving is a problem with the transmission. It could be a problem with the gears in the transmission itself.
No, but why would you?
shifts normal with normal driving conditions when driving hard transmission stalls.have to ease off gas to go to next gear
Dirty oil and filter
When driving a car with an automatic transmission up a steep hill it is not necessary to shift gears. The car will do that on its own when necessary.
Manual transmission is when you use the shift stick to shift to different gears in a car instead of driving without shifting gears,which is auto transmission.
the transmission is slipping
If it is an autmatic transmission that would be your best bet, but if its a standard it also possibly be a clutch
The advantage of a six speed manual transmission over a automatic transmission is you control the shifting. Now this can be a good or bad thing. It depends on how exprienced you are at driving and how well you know your car. Another advantage is that when you are driving or racing on a track you have another gear to go unlike other cars.