When its in 4tf gear... its revs really high and wont go anywhere really but when i take my foot off the gas a lil its gets better going up hill.. would this be cluth problems or my gear box? it doesnt seem to slip in any other gears... clutch seems fine but in 4th .. any ideas?
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Overdrive is really an extra gear. It is normal to take the car out of overdrive when climbing hills as it has a high gearing and the car can struggle up the hill. Some older British cars had overdrive in 3rd and 4th gears effectively giving the car 6 gears operated by a lever on the steering column. Modern automatics sometimes have overdrive controlled with a button on the gear lever.
Clarify please. When in gear & you take foot off the pedal it revs?
Your explanation appears to say that when you push the clutch, to disengage clutch, engine revs, as it should, and when you remove your foot, from pedal & it engages, truck runs as it should. Are you serious, or just wasting our time?
sounds like to me your clutch is on th way out , try starting your car from cold and put it in second then try and pull off , or when u r driving about 35 mph put in 4th and put ur foot down on gas if it revs but dont go anywhere , when its cold it is taking the strain of the flywheel but as it heats up its starting to slip , u could try adjusting the clutch cable but sounds like u need a new clutch, but always take it 2 a trusted garage and tell them the symptoms and not what u think it is ,let them find the solution hope that helps daz