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Why does transmision slip when parked on a hill

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May be low on fluid or it is going bad, a good way to tell is try pulling something and see if it will.

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The gears on my car are not changing, could it be the transmision or the airflow meter?


automatic.?
first learn now to tell, if the engine lacks power ,or the tranny is slipping
that is easy.
1: increase speed, does RPM(tachometer) rise faster (independant) of road speed. (that is called, trans slip.)
2: the trans dont slip. so the engine rpms stay low (gears work) and
the engine has no power.
if the engine has no power, fix engine.

The trans is very complex. if it messes up post that and what it does
under all driving and gear selecton modes, and hills and flat ground.
why pick the air flow meter, MAF , the most expensive part of EFI sensors. why guess there is a very simple test for the MAF, just ask.
its all in the FSM or here.
http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html

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if its automatic transmission check the transmision flued,level,seals might be corroded,and flued leaked out, causes lack of presure in the transmision hydrolick system,or the clutch plates inside the transmission are slipping cuase of hardening

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Transmision sliping. going up hill will lose power, than tran light come on. 2005 model 2500 only 15 K on it.


it should not be slipping that soon 6 years old and 15k miles. take it to a dealer and see if there is a recall on that transmission, or if it has a 10yr/100k miles drivetrain warranty.

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2005 NISSAN ALTIMA 3.5...... THE CAR WILL NOT COME OFF PARKING......IT HAS A AUTO TRANSMISION... PLEASE HELP


are you stuck in park? are you on a hill? if so,you're gonna need some help shaking the car back @ forth, seen this many times@not unusual. while sometimes it happens.rock the car back@forth while trying to shift out of park

Aug 12, 2010 | 2005 Nissan Altima

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Automatic transmision shifting slips between 1 and 2 only when in a turnor on a hill on 07 dodge 2500 hd


you need your trans. rebuild before you lose all movement do it you self its easy buy a book ya you think i,m crazy 2500 to3000 in a shop i know i,m a mach. ? email me

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2000 ford explorer rolls while in park


park on level ground engage emergeny brake and chock wheels
locate transmission cable at trans linkage on side of trans. loosen the
cable clamp push cable+linkage arm all the way into the park posistion
tighten the cable clamp it also helps to have an extra pair of hands up
top to move shift lever so you can inspect it from below also make
sure linkage arm is not slipping on the shaft that go's into the trans.
if you have to jack it up for extra room please use a JACK STAND.
if you need help locating any of the parts mentioned stop by any
auto parts store and pu a haynes repair manual for your trk. it will
give the step by steps and diagrams for this job + many that may
come up in the future.
hope this helps any other ? gimme a shout good luck

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