I have a manual transmission when I put it in gear the engine races but the truck moves very slow.Lately there has been a ratteling sound from my catalytic converter and has gotten worse could this be the problem?
The rattling from the cat. is from a plate inside cat. there has been some recalls for this. check with dealer. i had mine replaced twice. As for the engine racing, sounds like clutch or linkage might be bad. take it to a trans shop and have them do a test.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Cold be a few things. First is to do a cylinder compression test. I f they are good, could just need a tune up. Could also be a transmission problem. Have the codes read. Slow pick up could be shift solenoid. Put the shifter in low gear. See what it does. Manually shift it.
dissconnecct battery for 5 minutes, reconnect battery,now put in low gear without stopping drive and move lever up through gears as you would what if to shift. when you get to drive its done. hope this helps.
you might already know but when shifting into 4wd you can shift into 4hi while driving as long as the tires,(all four) are travelling the same speed. you can't shift into 4wd if you are spinning. 4 low you have to completely stop. When you are in 4 low as you know the power of vehicle is greatly increased due to gear reduction. so if you are seeing slipping symptoms, you might want to change transmission filter. It might not be much help to you but it might prevent problems down the road. also when changing fluid be sure to put mopar transmission fluid for replacement on jeep. like gm calls for dexron. the transfer case on dodge and jeeps also takes transmission fluid. I had to replace a t-case on my friends dakota that was making a grinding noise and it turns out a seal had leaked some fluid out and burnt up some bearings. pretty expensive. they are chain driven. hope I didnt get too carried away, because I am not a transmission expert but I just wanted to share what I did know with you.