2007 Stalling from reverse to Drive

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Old 06 Oct 2006, 08:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I just had my '07 XLE V6 stall on my twice tonight when shifting from reverse to drive while rolling no more than 2-3 mph backwards. I've had it for a month - 900 miles on the odo. I didn't step on the gas while shifting - it just stalled. Any similar reports?
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Old 06 Oct 2006, 09:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2007 Stalling from reverse to Drive

07 have a few defects, have fun...

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Old 06 Oct 2006, 10:57 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"Mike Parker" <msparker@rcn.com> wrote in message
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> I just had my '07 XLE V6 stall on my twice tonight when shifting from

reverse to drive while rolling no more than 2-3 mph backwards. I've had it
for a month - 900 miles on the odo. I didn't step on the gas while
shifting - it just stalled. Any similar reports?

Take it back under warranty. That shouldn't be happening by a long shot.
Does the engine RPM gauge in the instrument panel (dashboard) rise in revs
when you select airconditioning to ON? If it doesn;t, there's something
wrong with the idle control, either at the throttle-body or the management
computer,..tho the latter is less likely.

If the revs are rising slightly on AC>ON, then the transmission may not be
talking to the engine computer. Loose or parted wiring somewhere,..let them
fix it.

Jason


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Old 07 Oct 2006, 01:02 am   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2007 Stalling from reverse to Drive

bad gas can cause this but I would take it to the dealer for a look at.

"Mike Parker" <msparker@rcn.com> wrote in message
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>I just had my '07 XLE V6 stall on my twice tonight when shifting from
>reverse to drive while rolling no more than 2-3 mph backwards. I've had it
>for a month - 900 miles on the odo. I didn't step on the gas while
>shifting - it just stalled. Any similar reports?



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Old 07 Oct 2006, 08:18 am   #5 (permalink)
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My '95 doesn't do that!


m Ransley wrote:
> 07 have a few defects, have fun...
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Old 08 Oct 2006, 08:35 am   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2007 Stalling from reverse to Drive

Mike Parker wrote:
> I just had my '07 XLE V6 stall on my twice tonight when shifting from reverse to drive while rolling no more than 2-3 mph backwards. I've had it for a month - 900 miles on the odo. I didn't step on the gas while shifting - it just stalled. Any similar reports?

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This is a fine way to destroy your transmission.
If I understood you correctly, the car was moving backwards when you
shifted from Reverse to Drive.
Best to be thankful the engine stalled.
You are placing stresses on the internal parts that they are not
designed to withstand.
Always, always, come to a complete dead stop when shifting direction
with an automatic transmission.
Now if you're rolling forward in Neutral and shift into Drive, that's
different.
Or if you're rolling backward in Neutral and shift into Reverse, that's
different.
But if you're rolling backward in Reverse and shift into Drive be
thankful you don't feel a lurch and hear very expensive crunching
sounds.

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