The gearbox is the central component of the car's transmission system. The gearbox provides gear reduction from a high-speed motor to a slower but more powerful output system. In this manner, a gearbox converts an engine's speed into torque, or thrust, which propels the car forward. Most gearboxes are used to increase torque while simultaneously reducing the speed of an engine's driveshaft. As a result, the gearbox's driveshaft (which is connected to the car's drive axle) will rotate at a slower speed than the engine's driveshaft. This reduction in speed results in a conversion of energy from speed to thrust, causing the rotations of the gearbox's driveshaft to be more powerful, leading to an increase in torque.
Manual Transmission Gearboxes
Manual transmission gearboxes are the simplest types of gearboxes and involve the manual movement of a sliding gear along the gearbox's main shaft using a shifter. The shifter is attached to a gear lever, which moves the sliding gear. When the driver engages the clutch, the sliding gear disengages from its existing position and can slide up and down the gearbox to reengage in a higher or lower gear.
Modern manual gearboxes contain a diagonal gear that sits side by side with the main gears and ensures that the sliding gear is synchronized with main gears. This synchronization allows the sliding gear to seamlessly engage with the main gears and prevents the gears from clashing with one another, which can damage the transmission. Modern gearboxes contain two sliding gears, one of which engages exclusively with the reverse main gear. This second sliding gear is constantly synchronized with the reverse main gear and allows the operator to seamlessly shift from forward to reverse.
Automatic gearboxes are similar to manual gearboxes except that the transmission system will automatically select the appropriate gear without any involvement by the driver. Automatic gearboxes use a hydraulic system to detect the pressure of fluids in the engine and select the appropriate gear based upon this pressure. An automatic gearbox uses a torque converter rather than a clutch to engage the sliding gear. The torque converter is placed between the engine and the transmission, with one end connected to the engine's driveshaft and the other end connected to the gearbox's driveshaft. The torque converter transfers power from the engine to the gearbox and selects the appropriate gear based on the fluid pressure within the engine. Faster rotations of the engine's driveshaft lead to higher pressure, which cause the transmission to select a higher gear.
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Gear shifting has little to do with batteries, or your car's electrical system. If your car is stuck in one gear, your clutch (on a manual) or even worse, your transmission, might be going out. The dead battery might be just a coincidence.
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Yes but you need a adaptor called the Gear Master
If it will not go into gear, but the other gears work fine it would be the synchros and if it looks like it is in 4th gear and feels like it is in 4th gear then it could be that the gear selector is not aligned properly and the car is not in gear although it looks like it is. Also, if it looks to be in gear and doesn't work and the motor just revs freely, then all of the teeth on the gear itself could be work off.
Because your transmission is broken. When a car wont go into gear(s) there is something wrong with the linkage, the transmission control system ( electronics on some newer vehicles ), the clutch or the the transmission itself.
You have a clutch problem The clutch is not releasing correctly and the the car will not go into gear This is probably a problem with the hydraulic clutch system.
An explanation on how a clutch works in a car is to transfer power from the engine to the gear box.
A car is in gear when the clutch is engaged on the transmission