Check the level of transmission fluid first. Note, you need to check it with engine RUNNING.
what i described only happened to me once. and it was during the night time, and for the the 10 mins i was out i never exceed 50mph. so i guess the engine was kind of warm. I am very low on gas also, thats what i originally thought was the problem(that i was out of gas).Hi: This does not sound like a tranny situation, sounds more like fuel and/or idle problem. If the tranny were involved the car would jerk enough to be felt (like you're driving a manual tranny) andwould immediately stall as soon as you stop. Sometimes a fuel and/or idle problem can cause the symptoms you described (like a non functioning injector(s)) with regard to high revving. Does this problem happen only when the engine is warm?
To days before this situation happened i got my tranny fluid replaced. The levels should be alright im guessing, but ill go check.Check the level of transmission fluid first. Note, you need to check it with engine RUNNING.
That is exactly why I am saying to check the level. If you don't do it yourself you can't be sure it is done right. Never trust mechanics, always check yourself. This simple rule may save you from buying new car or expensive repair of engine or transmission...To days before this situation happened i got my tranny fluid replaced. The levels should be alright im guessing, but ill go check.