Quattro left me sit, won't go into drive
Doyt W. Echelberger
doyt at buckeye-express.com
Sun Aug 6 06:30:22 EDT 2006
Just re-read your post, Tony. Missed the "automatic" note at the end.
....bleery-eyed this early in the morning......The advice about flatbedding
might still apply, but my experience is not with the automatics.
Anyhow, it might be a linkage problem that can easily be fixed in a few
minutes with a replacement part....or not We can hope.
The advice about flatbed insurance (State Farm....about 4 bucks a
year....huge bargain) is a little late for this one, but it sure helps me
when I need it. You call a service of your choice, pay the bill, and submit
it to your agent. So far they haven't questioned any of my many
requests.....two or three a year.
At 11:26 PM 8/5/2006, you wrote:
>I was on my way to a wedding today when I stopped at a store to call for
>directions. When I got back in the car and started it up, my car
>wouldn't shift into drive. It would go into reverse (and indeed back
>up) but no matter how many times I tried to "shift", it stayed in
>reverse. It would shift back into neutral and park, but there was no
>way it was going into drive (or 3, 2 or 1 for that matter). Needless to
>say, my car is still sitting there, 50 miles from home, and I'm
>wondering what to do.
>Does anyone know what the problem likely is? Is it my transmission? It
>drove great on the drive before that, easily climbing steeps hills and
>automatically changing gears perfectly - no hesitation whatsoever.
>Am I screwed? Lay it on my guys.
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