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Golf FSI 2.0 (2005 Model) Automatic golf. The Car stats Jerking when changing gears especially from second to third gear whats the problem?


You may need a tune up . When was the last time you changed plug wires and had a decent tune up that will cause a vehicle to jerk when reaching higher gears the more strain on the engine the more it will jerk!!!

Aug 06, 2014 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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2000 Nissan Quest slow shift to third gear (automatic). What would you suggest


Why are you shifting?Use drive,reverse and park,changing gears makes it get slow in time,wearing your transmission out.

Feb 02, 2014 | 2000 Nissan Quest

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I'm having transmission problems on my 2002 Isuzu rodeo first gear is really slow but as soon as it gets to second and up its ok.


If that is an automatic & if the fluid has not been
changed every 3 years since it was new,then it's
done,pull it & rebuild it

Sounds like it is slipping in first gear,the fluid should
smell bad as well

Sep 05, 2013 | 2002 Isuzu Rodeo

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1992 Honda Accord LX Automatic stuck in drive, slow to go.


You have an internal transmission failure, have a transmission repair shop look at this and be prepared to have it removed for repair and rebuilding.

Jun 15, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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1986 F350 6.9 automatic will not drive but goes into gears.


automatics do not change gears
the gears are constant mesh and the ratio changes ( gears) is achieved by bands and clutches
change the transmission oil , and have the bands and clutches adjusted

Nov 16, 2017 | 1986 Ford F 350

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I have toyota axio g grade 2007 december car.what does it mean S & B in gear system.


The short answer:

S is for low speeds with quick pickup.
S is not economical. Thats why the eco light is off.

Use B when you're climbing down steep hills and needs to slow down without overheating the brakes.


The long answer:
  • Brake (B)A mode selectable on some Toyota models. In non-hybrid cars, this mode lets the engine do compression braking, also known as engine braking, typically when encountering a steep downhill. Instead of engaging the brakes, the engine in a non-hybrid car switches to a lower gear and slows down the spinning tires. The engine holds the car back, instead of the brakes slowing it down. For hybrid cars, this mode converts the electric motor into a generator for the battery. It is not the same as downshifting in a non-hybrid car, but it has the same effect in slowing the car without using the brakes. GM called this HR (hill retarder) and GR (grade retarder) in the 1950s.


S has 2 possibilities

  • Second (2 or S)This mode limits the transmission to the first two gear ratios, or locks the transmission in second gear on Ford, Kia, and Honda models. This can be used to drive in adverse conditions such as snow and ice, as well as climbing or going down hills in the winter time. Some vehicles will automatically shift up out of second gear in this mode if a certain RPM range is reached in order to prevent engine damage. Although traditionally considered second gear, there are other names used. Chrysler models with a three-speed automatic since the late 1980s have called this gear 3 while using the traditional names for Drive and Low.
  • S or SportThis is commonly described as 'Sport mode'. It operates in an identical manner as 'D' mode, except that the upshifts change much higher up the engine's rev range. This has the effect on maximising all the available engine output, and therefore enhances the performance of the vehicle, particularly during acceleration. This mode will also downchange much higher up the rev range compared to 'D' mode, maximising the effects of engine braking. This mode will have a detrimental effect on fuel economy. Hyundai has a Norm/Power switch next to the gearshift for this purpose on the Tiburon. GM also used S to indicate a "super" mode, being the same as the 2 position on a Chrysler, shifting between only first and second gears.


Dont use B or S for general driving as both are very low on fuel efficiency.

Jun 21, 2011 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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1981 Ford Laser Grinding in First and Reverse but not second


The clutch assembly seems to be at fault. Either its worn-out or has to be readjusted(reset). This noise indicates improper transmission of power from the machine to the wheels and since this has automatic gears, it should rectified at the earliest...sodeep

May 15, 2009 | 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Trasmision


I suggest you go to SaturnFans.com and type in reverse slam for automatics. Read Wolfman's cure. They also suggest changing automatic transmission fluid every 9,000 miles, not the 100,000 miles the owners manual recommends. If other gears are also affected, like second, you will have to replace and torque the input shaft nut.

The guys at SaturnFans are a great group and will walk you through if you have any probems after doing a search of previous posts.

Nov 13, 2008 | 1998 Saturn SL

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Transmission


You probably need to have linkages at transmission lubricated. There is one that controls throttle valve which tends to seize up on a regular basis. When it starts to seize, you will notice it staying in lower gear longer before it shifts up, and sometimes it will shift down hard when slowing down to stop.

Oct 13, 2008 | 2004 Dodge Neon

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Automatic transmission problem


May be the Throttle Position Sensor. Normally the check engine light will come on when this happens.

Sep 05, 2008 | 2000 Honda Accord

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