Could be a plugged fuel filter,
a plugged air filter,
a plugged catalytic converter.
The transmission may jump in and out of passing gear if the solenoid is going out. Another possible problem is the TV cable. If it is not adjusted properly jumping may occur.
My best Guess would be the linkagwe has come loose. My best Guess would be the linkage has come loose.
Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission. On my '98, it has 2 options: ECO for economy and PWR for power. The power position holds each gear a little longer, going to higher RPM's for more hill climbing, passing and accelerating power.
Say what?! Pass gear?? Who pass gear anymore?
It is called the passing gear.
The power button is a form of overdrive. It drops the transmission one gear down. Handy for passing or entering the freeway when you need a little more power and acceleration.
Plugged fuel filter, plugged air filter, restricted exhaust, plugged catalytic converter.
I cant put my corsa into gear it is going from side to side and losing power
Going uphill takes more power than going on the flat, so unless you can add more power, you have to trade some speed for power to be able to go uphill.
In motor-driven vehicles it's often best to use a high gear, as it reduces the likelihood of the wheels spinning loose. For a bicycle it's often better to use a low gear, as it makes it easier for the rider to control the power.
It won't hurt anything, you just have to shift into and out of passing gear manually.
How do you adjust a transmission passing gear cable on a 95 chevy tahoe /