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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car wont move
This may be a transmission problem. Did you check the fluid? Is the level right? Is it dirty...not red/pink? If both of those are okay...does it change the engine speed at all when you shift into drive? If any of these things are not right, you must get them right. First thing...have the fluid and filter changed and the unit inspected.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
low on fluid!
transmission pump failing or converter loose or cracked drive plate where converter bolts up to
could be slipping clutches or bands
or even the control module
get it to a workshop asap!
preferaly dont flat tow it or drive it as your only doing more damage
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Since it is sitting , Let's try this. In the intake ducting , in one of the metal sections or in tthe air dilter box there is what is called a maf sensor. This sensor messes up numerous performanceaspects. It can be spotted by the wires cominiiiig out of the tube.This sensor measures the density and velocity of the aur entering the engine and communicates with rge computer to provide the right amount of fuel for correct air to fuel ratio for proper combustion. This sensor can be cleaned with CRC electrical spray cleaner.. Do Not rub or brush the sensor or use compressed air to dry it or it can be damaged. clean both sides with the spray only.Good Luck. Now, your trans may correct itselfonce the sensor has the engine running right. Make sure your air filter is clean and there is no loose dirt in the intake ducting.Check you trans fluid level Again, I hope this helps you..
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
My 1996 Buick does this also. You need to let your engine warm up in the cold before driving it. What happens is the tranny fluid gets real thick and can not circulate very well. If you want to avoid warming up the car, get a block heater for it. A filter and fluid change is probably not a bad idea either. If this doesn't help, it may be time for a new tranny.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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