SOUNDS LIKE IT WANTS TO HIT THE NEXT GEAR BUT IT CANT,BUT DOES NOT FEEL LIKE A TRANS PROBLEM,FEELS LIKE ENGINE,COMPUTER ,SENSORS OF SOME KIND ETC..IT SHIFTS WITH THE GEAR SHIFT BUT STILL HAS NO POWER.IF YOU EASE YOUR WAY INTO THE GAS IT GRADUALLY GETS GOING,THEN IF YOU TRY TO HIT PASSING GEAR IT DOES IT ALL OVER AGAIN.
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You have too much fluid in the transmission. Park on level ground. After a 15 min drive. Leave engine running. Set parking brake. Transmssion in neutral. Check tranny fluid. A cup or more over will cause this. Better to have less than too much. Drain at least a full 1 leter bottle. Go for drive check it again. As above.
First off make sure you have brake fluid in your reservoir. Secondly if brake fluid is at the full line. I would try bleeding the brakes. This takes two people. On each cylinder there is a bleeder valve. Start with the drivers front with the engine off have somebody pump the brakes 3 or 4 times then hold it to the floor. open the bleeder valve and the break will go to the floor shut the brake bleeder valve. And repeat 2 more times. " MAKE SURE YOU CAN CHECK YOUR BRAKE FLUID AT EACHthe STEP AND REFILL RESERVOIR AS NEEDED".Then move to the next 3 until complete. If this does not fix your problem most likely you have a bad master cylinder. Good luck.
There's a linkage rod that connects from the steering column near the fire wall to a post on the inside of the frame and over to the tranny.The rod is threaded with adjusting nuts on it to match your shift lever with the corresponding sellected gear.It sounds like the adjusting nut slipped down or off the rod.