Here is my story:
The car would drive fine for about 7 minutes, and then it would start to jerk when it automatically changed gears. The jerking would get harder as I drove it, but it would eventually be stuck in the 1st gear, and I had to drive like 10 miles an hour to get home. Otherwise, it would act like it was in a neutral gear. The transmission light would flash green.
Someone suggested that I put Lucas Transmission Fluid in the car, so I did, and it seemed that most of the issues went away. The only issue left is that the car won't shift into the fastest gear, even after going up to 60 mph.
The guy that suggested Lucas said to keep on driving it, as it should eventually fix that issue. I'm wondering if I should just keep driving it as is, or get the transmission fluid flush (it is black), and then put in the Lucas stuff.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!!11 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs9 months ago
I can literally shift it into the park position, but it's not acting like it is in park. Even when I have it "shifted" to park, I cannot start the car. I can only start it in Neutral.
When it is in the park position, the park light doesn't come on, and I can easily shift it down to reverse or neutral without having to press and hold the button. What could be wrong?10 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs2 years ago
I have a 16 x 14 x 2 backpack that I need to ship, and was wondering what the best box size to use?
The closest I could find was a USPS
Priority Mail Regional Rate Box - B2 (14-3/8" x 2-7/8" x 15-7/8").
Any help is appreciated. Thank you.1 AnswerPacking & Preparation4 years ago
When navigating on my phone, it will sometimes freeze or close the app I'm on (going to the desktop screen).
To unfreeze it, I have to push the button to put it to sleep, and press it again to put it out of sleep mode.
Sometimes, either the Google app or the Youtube app will randomly open.
Also, the delete menu will randomly open (where the "trash" icon will appear on top of the screen).
I did a virus scan, as well as did a factory reset, but still seeing the same behavior.
Any advice on how to proceed from here?
Thanks.1 AnswerSoftware4 years ago
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In October, I moved from California to Nevada. I worked in California from January - September, and I haven't worked in Nevada yet.
I've heard from someone that I MUST file a tax report by the end of the year, and if I don't, that I will get a big fine for it. I know that I must file a tax report for California, and another one for Nevada.
My questions are:
1) Must I file a tax report for California and/or Nevada by the end of the year, or do I still have until April of next year?
2) If I must file it by the end of the year, will I get a big fine if I don't by the end of the year?
Thanks for your help.4 AnswersUnited States7 years ago
Hello. My computer's hard drive (with Windows XP Media Center Edition) will not boot anymore, period. I was thinking about installing Windows XP Pro on an external USB hard drive, and booting from that drive, so I can access all of my files from the old hard drive, and copy them onto the external hard drive (assuming it's just a booting issue, and not a hardware failure). Is this possible? Would I have to change something in the BIOS settings? Thanks for your help.2 AnswersOther - Hardware1 decade ago
I know this may be a dumb question, but my friend is convinced that this can be done. He wants to do a site-to-site VPN: One site (Cisco router) has public WAN / public LAN and the other site (non Cisco router) has public WAN / private LAN. Can a site to site VPN be established this way, even though one of the sites has a public LAN?
Thanks for your help!2 AnswersComputer Networking1 decade ago
When I create a new user, I know how to move them into an organization unit, or to create a new user into an organization unit, but I don't know how to put them into two or more OU's. I'm using a 2000 advanced server.
Thanks for your help.1 AnswerOther - Computers1 decade ago
Hi. I'm having trouble understanding how a physical T-1 connection would look like.
Are point-to-point T1's the only kind of T1's that exist?
Does point-to-point mean that they connect from the ISP to a location.
Does point-to-point mean that a T1 connects from location to location with the ISP in the middle of the T-1 connection?
When a customer purchases a T-1 line from their ISP, does that provide them with Internet access?
This is really confusing to me. I've tried reading it, but I don't understand. If anyone has any diagrams of a T-1 setup, that would help as well. Thanks!2 AnswersComputer Networking1 decade ago
I've never had a problem with this using a gas stove, but now I've moved to an apartment, and it has an electric stove. Any advice about this is appreciated. Thanks.5 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
Is it me, or does society make it acceptable for a black person to call someone 'white boy' on TV, but if a white person called someone 'black boy'..they are a racist, complete scum, and would have african-american coalitions down their throat? It's not fair.13 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups1 decade ago