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04-13-2009 04:42 PM
usmcsawgunner im not to knowledgeable about these 700r4 and 2004r yet but my past experiences with auto trans is start with the very basics like fliud level, fluid condition, ect. you prolly already know this but hey even the best overlook supid things....
04-13-2009 12:13 PM
700r4 Shift issues

I have an 88 GMC Truck with a 700r4 with shift issues.
The problem is with TV cable adjusted @ WOT 1-2 shift occurs around 35mph, I checked the gov and the gear is not broken and all moves ok. I have removed the VB and all valves cleaned every thing. If i pull out the TV cable more the 1-2 shift occurs around 25mph but it feels more like a 1-2-3 shift. The shift to 3rd is felt right after the shift to 2nd. This is the original trans, engine and all.
Any insight in where to look would be great!

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