I have a 95 Lumina 3.1 and it would cut out of gear when I would stop, it turned out to be the sprag gear in the transmission. $$$$
Will be driving... going to be driving... will drive.. going to drive
The transmission fluid may have thined out from the heat.
i have a 2001 Chevy lumina and i am wondering if the ECM is going out, sometimes it will die when i am driving but starts right back up, sometimes it will die and not start up after several hours of sitting, then it starts up. Could this be the ECM?
I was told by mechanic who was going to replace the cabin air filter that in fact, there isn't one in the 1999 Lumina. Hope this helps...
why does my 1991 Chevy lumina that when going up a hill or when it reaches approximatly 65 mph starts hestitating, when cars get older they do that.
your car is out of gas
i have a 97 lumina the tranny slips form 2 to 3rd or when you try to go faster is there bands that can just be adjusted???????? or if the tranny going out
Just read it! Nobody's going to do your homework for you
If the pump is leaking or noisy then assume it is failing.
Try having the fluid and filter changed. If the problem persists seek help from a professional. You are driving an 11-year-old car and if you have not had the fluid changed at regular intervals this might be the problem.
Transmission might be going out, remove some of the transmission fluid and replace it with some transmedic. If you're not mechanically inclined, take it to Midas or someplace and they can do it for you. :)
You just dump it down the dipstick tube. You're going to want a funnel and it's going to take a while to get it all in there. If it's getting frustrating, you can start your car for a little bit and let the fluid transfer from the torque converter to the engine. This shouldn't damage your transmission as there's still residual fluid and you aren't actally driving it.
There is... try driving in from I95 sometime...
It depends on the kind of driving and the environment you are driving in. If you are going to be doing strictly city driving or strictly highway driving or a combination. Different vehicles will have different mpg in town and on highway driving situations.
it depends on how fast your going. Ex- 15min driving 60mph= 15 miles of driving because you are going one mile a minute
Under the hood on the passenger side, down low between the engine and the fire wall. You can reach the cap with your fingers but you can't see it very well. Who ever designed that one is surely not going to heaven.
transmission cooling hoses going to and from radiator.thanks for the answer
Fluid starts going to the bladder in 30 minutes.
First and foremost, change ALL the fluids. Engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, etc. They has ALL been corrupted by moisture by now. Replace the battery, spark plugs, plug wires. Check the brakes. Your going to be down there bleeding the brake system anyway after replacing the fluid.
if you hear the humming only when the vehicle is moving then most likely its going to be a wheel bearing.
Check your fuses
I'm going to bet they are drum style brakes. I have a 1999 Luminia, and they are drums on it.
You are going to have to find those. We don't do homework, but will be glad to give support and suggestions.
your transmission is probably going or has gone, check for tranmission fluid leaks because there might not be enough fluid going to the transmission sensors.