Re: transmision does not move on d but on 1 it moves
Check the fluid., check it while engine is running and warm. Drive it around the block or to the store and check it when you get back while its on a level surface. Do you ever see leaks on the ground under your car and have any of them stopped recently, could be low on or out of fluid. (Can never be all the way out of fluid, but way too low.)
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A low transmision fluid will will cause the transmision to slip . When you press the gas the engine will rev up ( while in Drive) but the car won't move or will move a little . If the fluid gets low enough it the car won't move at all.
The linkage may be out of adjustment preventing the shifter from moving into reverse or park.
One way to test this is to disconnect the linkage and manually move the lever on the transmision making sure that it can be set into park. Also try moving the lever counting each click from park to low gear to make sure it is clicking into each gear. If this works then the linkage is probably out of adjustment.
On the link cable there is typically a bolt in an oval shaped metal near the transmission shift lever.
1)Detach the shift cable from the transmission shift lever
2)Put the transmision shift lever in the park position, and also the shifter in the cab
3)Loosen the adjustment bolt
4)Reattach the cable to the lever
5)Tighten the adjustment bolt in place
6)Confirm that you can shift through all of the gears
Hope this helps
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Chances are is that the torque converter needs to be replaced. However, the transmssion on this vehicle are only serviceable by transmision shops. No regular mechanic will open up the transmission. When the torque converter fails (clutch and plates shutters to small pieces) the debri flows in the transmision thereby potentially destroying the gears and/or clogging the filter and pump. Go straight to a reputable transmission shop and let them correctly diagnose the transmission.
You need to flush and change your tanny fluid and this should help with the late shifting.
Note, these cars kindda have bad rep for tranny failure unless you drive soft and not vigorously, like my brother who went through 3 rebuilt tanny before he learned his lesson.
sounds like the transmission is stuck in an upper gear. then when you put it in first it forces a down shift. this could be a number of things , pcm, wiring, trans valve body, a leaking valve body gasket, or even a dirty trans filter