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It pulls to the left really bad, when I'm shifting(up&down). It also does it, when I let up off the gas and press it quickly. What can I do?

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Probly drive axels?? check them out

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Check the driveline alignment also bushings for the leaf springs, broken spring or shock. Need to find it before you lose control of the vehicle.

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Why does my car jerk really bad when shifting from park to drive? sometimes while im driving it also does the same thing


Transaxle is most likely worn out & due to
be rebuilt

The hard shifting could be an electrical control problem

When you drive any vehicle, even 10 miles ,with any trans
problems, you basically ruin it & do so quickly

What happens is no one changes the fluid every 3 years

It breaks down from the heat & so goes the trans

Then thinking a fluid change will help & it won't do a thing
after years of neglect,the fluid is changed & nothing gets better
& sometimes the trans starts to slip.

What you need to do is have a trans or repair shop check for codes
& road test with you along & driving, to explain the issues

Not changing the fluid causes microscopic particles that normally
occur in side a trans as it wears the clutch material & bushings, to
become lodged in the solenoids

Finding the bad solenoid & even getting to them on a transaxle
verse a rear drive vehicle, is a problem & since your driving it
with the slamming & such from delayed shifts ,your pretty much done.

2004 vehicle is 11 years old & about 150,000 miles

Pull it & rebuild it or install a reman

If it were a rear drive such as my 2004 lincoln ,I would say
pull the pan & change the solenoid pack,not so on yours

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When u press the gas pedal to hard the transmission shifts really hard


When the peddle is pressed really hard the trans is supposed to increase the shift firmness. The problem may be that the engine has some power problem which makes the trans look like the problem. If the engine is not operating correctly power wise hard shifting will occur.
If the car has a trans shift cable and it is adjusted incorrectly it will also shift hard. If the trans has vacuum modulator that is out of adjustment or going bad it will also shift hard. Many trans shops will test drive it for free so let the trans shop advise you for free and save some time.

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did ur engine light come on? plz check if does, a sensor or switch need to replace most likely.

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Transmission


Is this happening when you are pulling a load, or going uphill? If so that would be somewhat normal. You should shift into drive a that point, to keep it from shifting up and down. If this happens under normal driving it could be the throttle position sensor. If the sensor is malfunctioning it thinks the gas pedal is pressed down further than is really is and shifts down. Please rate my answer so I am rewarded points.

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I have a 1997 Ford F-150 Lariat, and when pulling a trailer it makes a chattering noise when the gas pedal is pressed down to pick up speed. When going up a hill it will not go passed 40 mph and starts to...


If tranny is manual shift you may have a bearing and or bad gear. Try changing tranny fluid. Check manual for correct fluid may use tranny fluid rather than gear oil. I recommend using Royal Purple fluid or gear oil. This very expensive but will slicken up the shifting and extend bearing and gear life.

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1986 accord when shifting, giving gas or less gas power shifts?


Jack car up. Hold the front wheel with both hands in the 3 and 9 poistion. Try and rock it towards you and away. If it is easy to move the wheel bearings need replaced.

Take it to an alignment garage and get the tracking/alignment sorted. Are the inner edges of the tires worn?

Push down on the wing hard to compress the suspension and release, if one side returns slowly, new shock or spring is needed. See if you can spot any cracked springs too.

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Momentarily pulls left when accelerating (feels drifty/floaty like being pushed sideways by a strong breeze) then pulls right(same thing) when letting off accelerator. No play/slop in steering.


If you are driving any front wheel drive vehicle, what you are feeling is called torque steer....sometimes it's from poor design but it can also be caused by a broken engine or transmission mount allowing the engine/trans assembly to shift under load or when removing load.
You can do a quick test by holding the brake down firmly and in gear, press down on the gas. have someone watch (from the side of the car ONLY) and see if the engine shifts. Do in both drive and reverse.
Be very careful when doing this that the car does not get away from you and do not hold power for more than about fifteen seconds at a time or it can overheat the transmission. This only works in automatic trans cars... for stickshift ones you need to move the engine with a long pry bar.

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1997 ODYSSEY AUTO TRANS SHIFTS HARD BETWEEN 1st & 2nd, 2nd & 3rd


It has nothing to do with the transmission, it's your engine mount thats bad.

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1992 jimmy blazer


You could have gotten bad gas in your tank. Did you try dry gas at all? Also, bad gas can leave alot of sediment at the bottom of your tank, waiting for the right movement to get moving into your system. A new filter would only get quickly clogged again. I had this happen- got gas from a station after a flood- fuel tank had to be dropped and cleaned out.

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