you cant its toast hit the junk yard get a good used one
98 ford escord transmissiom dose not shift the last gear.
Yep, then shift from second to third gear.
If stick shift jumps outta second gear is it okay to drive the car?
If you already know how to shift an unsynchronized transmission, I'm guessing you learned on a 10 speed. The difference is... eliminate the first and sixth gear from a ten speed, and you have your nine speed shift pattern (as well the base shift pattern for the 8LL, 13 speed, and 18 speed). Schools teach you to take it out of gear at 1500 RPMs and drop it into the next gear at 1000 when upshifting, and they teach you to take it out of gear either at 1000 RPMs, take the engine up to 1500 RPMs, then drop it into the next lower gear when downshifting. Shifting at 1500 bogs down the engine... I upshift at 1900.
Cable too slack.
Engines work best in a certain range or RPMs (revolutions per minute). The time to shift is when you've moved outside that range. If the engine is spinning fast you change to a higher gear, if the engine is spinning too slow you shift to a lower gear.
No it will shift slow.
The engine is turning more revolutions at the lower gear. Once you shift into a higher gear the rpms drop.
There is no overdrive, per se, but a mode switch called "Power Mode" that doubles as an overdrive, allowing more RPMs per gear.
The 9 speed shift pattern is the same start as a regular 5 speed having reverse at the top left. The upper and lower range of the transmission is chosen by means of a lever switch, choosing first the low range, (lever down for 1st thru 5th gears) ...then the upper range. (Lever up for 6th thru 9th) 1st gear is left and down, and progressing to the regular H shift pattern for 2nd 3rd 4th and 5th. The air splitter lever is then flipped up (high range), and the H shift pattern is repeated for 6th thru 9th gears. The upper transmission range is never used for reverse. R 2nd / 6th 4th/ 8th 1 3rd / 7th 5th/ 9th First gear is such a low gear it is usually only used when pulling a loaded trailer. or have a low powered truck.
If would not be bad for a car engine to shift from third to second gear if you are traveling at 30mph.
Shift to a lower gear. Lugging will damage your engine and should not occur if you are in the proper gear for whatever you are doing. On your silverado if it is an automatic you should have a trailering button in the end of the gear shift to turn the trailering mode on and cause the vehicle to shift sooner when carrying a load even if you aren't pulling a trailer.