The first and cheapest step is to have the computer checked for trouble codes.
The DeVille could have low transmission. Or the internal transmission bands or valves could have failed. The transmission will most likely need a rebuild.
This problem could be the linkage in the transmission. The transmission could also be going out and would need replaced.
my drive and 3rd not working what is causing this promblem is their a a promblem with the transmission
The transmission is the same.
A 4l60e transmission uses a series of bands and hydraulic pressure to downshift. This changes the gearing ratio inside of the transmission which is then output to the drive shaft and wheels.
Its either in need of transmission fluid a fluid change or the bands are strechted
There is a problem with the valve body in the automatic transmission. It may stay like that, or it may get worse - no accurate prediction can be done without pulling the transmission apart to see what the cause is.
The transmission will need to be replaced and it isn't any fun i just did the same thang my self
When a auto trans is cold the clutch bands hold better but after they get hot they slip. Find a transmission shop asap.
this is a typical problem with berettas, for some reason the bands in the transmission will not hold out after several miles are on the car, have the bands tightened or replaced, and you wont have any more problems
Could be a universal joint. If front wheel drive, it could be the constant velocity joint. I am assuming you have an automatic transmission. If it is a standard transmission, it could be the throwout bearing.
you have problems with your overdrive, or it may be a sensor on your transmission. I would recommend a simple transmission fluid change along with your transmission oil filter (it might be clogged) and a lot of times it fixes your sudden changes in gears.
If the transmission has electronic controls, then a module could be bad. If not, then the transmission could need a rebuild. If it is a front wheel drive, check the cv joints for damage.
If there is a loud noise when shifting from park into drive, it may be a transmission problem. One should shift slowly, as the transmission could disengage itself.
hello have you checked the transmission fluid? is it full? good luck
There MIGHT be such a way by performing a modification to the transmission, but there is no driver controllable method of doing this.
The drive shaft is part of the drive train, not part of the transmission.
There are several reason why this could be happening. There could be a linkage broke, a bad pump or just a bad transmission in general. Most likely the pump is bad or the transmission is bad.
Transfer power from the transmission to the drive axleTransfer power from the transmission to the drive axle
Check transmission fluid level Could be a bad transmission pump
The drive shaft connects the transmission to the differential.
The transmission casing contains the transmission and final drive gear.
Sounds like it could be your shift linkage that hooks up the the transmission.
Yes; it could damage the transmission.