Get a can of throttle body cleaner, start the engine and when the engine is idling, spray the cleaner at all the vacuum hose connections and see if the engines starts to rev up a bit. If it does, you have a vacuum leak at that point. Keep checking you may have a few. If you have enough vacuum leaks your car can idle but as soon as you put it under load, the increased air throws the fuel mixture off and with too much air and not enough fuel the engine stumbles and dies.
Sounds like a motor mount or a transmission problem.......
it might be b/c you are either switching the clutch too early or too late. it might need a curtain part, this happened to my fathers Honda dx
Check your motor mounts.
your u joint could be bad
The powertrain control module cuts back on the fuel to limit RPM to prevent damage to the engine when it is in gear - at a much higher RPM , but also cuts back on the fuel at a much lower RPM when not in gear and there is no load on the engine
is the transmiton
car starts but when i put it in gear it stop
When the car shakes n it on the correct its becsuse its out of timeing
adjust your carb so it will keep the fuel up
because you are engaging the clutch which cuts out the engine for a smooth gear change
Your motorcycle might idle fine and bog out when in gear because of a problem with the carburetor or the bowl. If either area is dirty, it will often bog the bike when in gear.
Tune up including the fuel filter.
1st gear is fine but do not overrev the engine
Could be your oil is old or too thick. I would try a tune-up and oil change before looking elsewhere.
2004 dodge grand caravan 4.0sxt cuts up when apply brake in gear and rpm go up and down.
The gear lever SHOULD be wobbly - in neutral. If it wobbles excessively in gear, then that often points to worn linkage somewhere. Vans and lorries will have gearsticks that shake more than cars, because the market demand is for cars to be more refined.
Try engine mounts. That could be the cause. If in gear and auto may be the torque converter.
check the side stand switch , this cuts out the engine if it (the side stand) is down when you put the bike in gear .
If it will not go into gear, but the other gears work fine it would be the synchros and if it looks like it is in 4th gear and feels like it is in 4th gear then it could be that the gear selector is not aligned properly and the car is not in gear although it looks like it is. Also, if it looks to be in gear and doesn't work and the motor just revs freely, then all of the teeth on the gear itself could be work off.
you dont have to go back stock. any 80w or 90w will be fine. gear oil is gear oil. just tell the parts hose you need 80w 90, and you will be fine.
85w90 will be just fine.
It does not use gear oil, Mercon works fine.
A small two-jaw or three-jaw gear puller works fine.
Need a new gearbox. You get a grinding noise only in first gear when you accelerate fast . second gear and the rest should be fine.
No, it's fine but, if it was it might be a worn out universal joint.