Off hand, I'd have to blame this on using non-adaptive cruise control in snow when driving uphill. Even with the chains on the front (and assuming front wheel 2WD), the cruise sensors could be misinterpreting wheel spin vs. ground speed. With 4WD and chains only on the front, I've got to imagine that this discrepancy would be more pronounced. Perhaps the ...
With a automatic transmission equipped with a dip stick most manufacturers recommended
procedure is first.
Drive vehicle few miles bring tranmission fluid normal operating temperature.
Stop set hand brake put tranmission into park.
Remove dipstick wipe off reinsert back into travsmission.
With engine idling step on brake pedal and cycle through gears from ...
Cause & Effect of over reving
The Cause is that the accelerator pedal ls push down,( or a problem with the computer in modern cars ) the effect is that the RPM's of the engine increase dramatically, which if revved to high for to long can cause internal damage to the engine.
If you shift the transmission into gear while the RPM's are high you will ...