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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i changed the front axle
axle is not properly seated in the transmission. Remove axle and check for damage to splines. File as necessary and reinstall ensuring the retainer clicks into the recess.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
sensor plug with white band goes to the outside sensor, they will plug in wrong and cause the same sympyom
Posted on Apr 12, 2013
SOURCE: On my 2002 nissan altima it won't go in gear by pushing the clutch but if I cut the car off and put it in first gear and crank it it lurches forward what could be causing this and why won't my car go
When your engine is running at say 1200 rpm, the transmission is at zero speed with the clutch depressed. When you engage the clutch the first gear is still at zero speed trying to engage with a 1200 rpm crankshaft. In a normal transmission, they have a "synchronizer" which speeds up the gear to match the speed of the crankshaft so the gears mesh smoothly.
When you turn off your engine, the crankshaft is at zero rpm so it can go into gear with the zero rpm transmission. Bottom line...you have a problem with your synchronizer on your transmission. If you are lucky...a transmission shop could fix it without an overhall. But it needs to be diagnosed because it doesn't sound good.
Posted on Feb 24, 2015
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