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Old 04-20-2007, 04:08 PM
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I have a shifting problem

I have a 1988 chevy k1500 with a 700R4 we just rebuilt it and put it back in the truck. It shifts fine for about 10 min intil the trucks gets warmed up but after that it shifts good from first to second but it wont shift from second to third. I was just need to know if there is a sensor or something that might of went bad or if i need to adjust something

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I have a 1988 chevy k1500 with a 700R4 we just rebuilt it and put it back in the truck. It shifts fine for about 10 min intil the trucks gets warmed up but after that it shifts good from first to second but it wont shift from second to third. I was just need to know if there is a sensor or something that might of went bad or if i need to adjust something

cut sealing ring , sticky 2-3 shift valves , too much clearance in the 3-4 clutch pack.

No sensor problem here , all mechanical

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