My car won't go even if i have it in gear and let go of the clutch it just stays idle. It has a clutch less than a year old new starter new cv joints and axels. Could it be a minor traansmission problem or even a major one if so i'm selling it.
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If it was starter car won't start, if it was alternator battery would die, I would say your fuel pump is cutting out not giving correct amount of fuel but it could also be throttle intake and something as small as throttle position sensor
Even though all your other electrical bits are working it could be that your battery doesn't have enough juice to crank the engine. It doesn't take much power to run the radio, lights, etc, but cranking the engine requires the battery to have a very strong charge. If your battery is more than 5 years old, that's very likely the issue. I'd start there. Also, be sure to check the battery terminals and ground for corrosion and clean if necessary. If replacing the battery doesn't solve the problem it could be the starter solenoid or a loose electrical connection somewhere.
check to see if the clutch pedal has a lot less pressure or has stayed in the down position if so it has , also see if you can put the car in gear with the engine turned off, if you can it sounds like it
Are you putting it in the right gear? The vehicle sounds like its getting into the wrong gear.Does the shifter feel like there is alot of play? you may have a gear linkage problem,and do you have trouble getting in reverse if so you have a linkage problem
Sounds like you may need a new clutch.
To test clutch from a stand still put car in third gear and try to movethe vehicle, If your able to move the vehicle you need a new clutch . If your not able to and the vehicle stalls then the problem is engine related and should be brought to a repair shop for further analysis.
Use a engine scanner to pull codes, If none it sounds like the lock-up torque converter may not be disengaging at idle. Or you have a idle air control valve or TPS going bad, then repair codes by replacing failed sensor or shift control solenoid as needed. If no codes are present your transmission could have a internal failure. It's also been know that oil transmissionfluid in the system will have a higher fluid retention causing the 2nd gear solenoid to stick causing the transmission to stay in second till the line pressure rises and drops back to first with a hard shift. Keep me posted be glad to get your transmission running again.