I drove it out of that garage thirty days later in a semi-drivable state and now I'm finishing it up in the parking lot of my apartment complex. I put it in reverse and it did allow me to drive it into a parking lot. If you hear a whirring sound then, you probably are dealing with a bad pilot bearing. If the bearing is damaged, it's possible other components like the clutch and some in the gearbox are as well. Maybe they're just trying to see if the placebo effect works on me. The previous owner had drilled a hole in the rear housing right over the shift gates, a screwdriver was used to manually push the fork rods back to neutral through that hole, and a brass plug screwed into the hole to keep the oil from splashing out. Just like when the clutch slips, trouble shifting gears is another sign the clutch may need to be replaced.
When I was turning right from a stop it was really slow shifting to 2nd, I took my foot off the gas and let the car roll for a minute then very slowly pressed the gas and it shifted, it happened one other time in the 15 minute drive home. I put my car in neutral when I was waiting in the parking lot but when I start driving the gear seems to be stuck in the 1st gear. Mario Well, I got mine back today, and of course they just shrugged it off. I then went to gear down and it was really hard to shift. According to the Toyota manufacturer, the problem is internal and the best solution is replacing the transmission, although they did mention the replacement transmissions are having the same problem.
I then hurried home and parked it. As far as taking in the truck to the dealership, what was their diagnosis and how long did the whole process take? What did the guy who replaced my clutch do to it to cause all this? Question: I have a 91 honda civic with a manual transmission. Google Maps Some articles have Google Maps embedded in them. The only reason the transmission wouldn't at least shift into neutral due to a clutch problem would be if the clutch were completely locked up and the input shaft was putting pressure on the gear train, which happens in reverse for instance when you take the parking brake off with the clutch engaged on an incline. I have a 2003 pontiac Aztek.
My transmission is leaking oil, so I had the input shaft seal and barring replaced. Lmk if you can help, thanks. If I shut it off and start it up it will go into gear and go a few feet then stop. I pulled over again and found that I was unable to yank it out of first gear with the car on or off. But it will not shift from gear to gear. I can get into all gears except 4th.
Either way the top cover should be removed and inspected before continue driving since anything that comes apart will fall down in between the gears. I just took my truck in for this same problem. The problem was likely a Tolerance problem inside the transmission. Not the answer you're looking for? Or should I have bought a new torque converter? I never had any problems shifting gears or parking before, in 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive. I hear it in neutral and it increases in pitch after 2k rpm in 1st gear. Did not notice it this summer.
Please let us know how we can assist you further. Hello, I have a 2003 nissan sentra automatic. Turns out Toyota was aware of this problem all along, yet for some reason didn't advise all the dealerships! So I restarted my car and it works fine again,but everytime I put it in neutral for about 10 sec and resumed driving,the gear will get stuck again on the 1st gear. ! However, it just revs like it is in neutral. You may be able to remove the shifter boot.
I have changed a lot of transmissions in my life, the fact is I changed one out this weekend in my work truck, I have never heard of anyone being able to pull and re-install a transmission with the shift lever still connected to the transmission. If that gets you out of gear then the shifter rail interlocking mechanism inside the cover is broken or worn out. This conclusion is before I have seen the car and performed any diagnostics but there are not any other things that can cause a non move issue unless one of the front axles is broken. It was when I overshifted while racing slamming the shifter into 4th without a shifter having solid stops when it got stuck in 4th again. If you need more than once, start the engine, work the clutch. I can shift into 1st and it drives. Did they hear any abnormal sounds from the transmission before this happened? What are you think it is? And then I let it run for a second.
You shift into gear, and the transmission jumps out of gear. Some shops may be able to recondition the gearbox, if necessary. In any case, if it's happened once, it will happen again, so get the gearbox and gear selection mechanism checked for wear or breakage. Smoke comes out of the exhaust every once in a while. I believe you are correct, it wont go into 3rd or 4th, I had thought it was in 3rd in my driveway as a parking brake but maybe it was in 5th. If you are able to examine the gear selection levers external to the gearbox, ensure they are in the 'neutral' no gear selected position when the gear lever is in Neutral.
This problem happens when you find it hard to move the shift lever from one gear to another. I have seen at least one transmission that has the hole much higher in the ears than the one pictured above, but I don't have one to take a photo of, that type of shifter mount with the hole high in the ears would have a much shorter throw short shift. If no leak is suspected, refill the transmission fluid and test it out. Notice how the center and right lever ends are different lengths. Can you tell me the problem? After a lot of swearing we realized that the one thing that had changed was that we had installed the neutral and reverse sensor switches, which operate by poking little metal rods into the workies of the transmission and, apparently, can cause it to become frozen in whatever position it's in when you install them in some ill-defined conditions.
When shifting into 5th gear, it doesn't go into gear unless I shake it in and out. Could it be an input shaft bearing?. Last night I tried to reverse out of my drive way and it goes no where. They had the truck for less than 24 hrs, so I was impressed with the turn around time. So now my car is stuck in the driveway.