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Sport shift is engaging by its self and will not shift past second gear

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Possible wiring connector problems on the transmission. unplug all transmission electrical connectors, and look for any corrosion/dirt/loose connectors.

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I have a code PO651 on a 2005 Chevy Alvalanche


Symptoms of a P0651 code may include: Failure of the transmission to shift between sport and economy modes Transmission shifting malfunctions Delayed (or no) transmission engagement Failure of the transmission to switch between all-wheel and two-wheel drive modes Failure of the transfer case to shift from low to high gear Lack of front differential engagement Lack of front hub engagement Erratic or inoperative speedometer/odometer

Read more at: https://www.obd-codes.com/p0651
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What could be possible causes of gearbox engaging and disengaging of gears when acclerate


If this is a stick shift, bad engine mounts; misadjusted linkage; or bad syncro rings.

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My gear is stiff and experiencing a difficulty when engaging second gear. other gears seems to be fine but the shifting is not smooth.


I suspect that it will be in the shift mechanism
If it is a cable shift then replace the cable
If it levers or other linkages check and adjust or lubricate as required
I doubt it is in the clutch as you haven't mentioned difficulty in selecting first gear only shifting from 1 to 2nd.

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Noise when shifting gears


transmission synchronizers most common cause of transmisson noise in certain gears, and not others, might want to check the gear oil level. Transmission rebuild required. To read about them and what they actually do, then here is a good read:
When you shift gears in your standard shift car, you move a rod that moves a fork that engages the gear. Depending which gear you're shifting to, a different fork does the job. The fork moves the collar to the desired gear, and dog teeth on the collar mesh up with holes on the gear in order to engage it. You engage reverse gear through a separate, small idler gear. The reverse gear always turns in the opposite direction of the other (forward) gears.
In years past, double-clutching was common in order to disengage a gear, allow the collar and next gear to reach the same speed, and then to engage the new gear. To double-clutch shift, you pushed the clutch pedal to free the engine from the transmission. Then the collar moved into neutral. You released the clutch and revved the engine to get it to the right rpm value for the next gear so the collar and the next gear spun at the same rate to allow the dog teeth to engage the gear. When the engine hit the right speed, you depressed the clutch again in order to lock the collar into place on the next gear.
Modern cars use synchronizers in order to avoid the need for double-clutching. A synchronizer, or "synchro," lets the collar and gear synchronize their speeds while they're already in contact but before the dog teeth engage. Each manufacturer's synchro is slightly different than the others, but the basic idea is the same. For instance, a cone on one gear will fit into a cone-shaped depression on the collar. The gear and collar synchronize their speeds thanks to the friction between the cone and collar. Then the outer part of the collar moves out of the way so that the gear can be engaged by the dog teeth.

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I have a 91' ford f-150 that I pulled out of a parking lot and shifted from 1st to 2nd and instead of going into second it became stuck in fourth. then I proceeded to pulling the three screws out from...


if there has been no abuse or no chance somethind bent shifting rods under veh. check for loose or worn out shift rod connections,If internal trans shift drum problems your world just got more complacated

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Transmission intermitent shifting


First I suggest to check trans fluid level, if the quality and level is right, try a maintennace job before... could be a problem with the torque converter or valve body solenoids.

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What is the "Hold" button for on the '93 Mazda Protege gear shift? (A light that says, "Hold" keeps blinking on and off on my dashboard...I'm assuming they are somehow related?)


hold is used to hold the gears longer in an auto like sports shift mode on newer cars, it should come on and then switch off at start up unless you have it engaged, if its continuingly blinking you have an issue with your gearbox as the auto box will run its own little self diagnostic on start up

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