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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-16-2006 05:27 AM
IanRiordan Check the kickdown cable adjustment, generally if it is a modulator problem they won't upshift.
08-14-2006 08:20 PM
Won't shift

The trans is a 350 and yes it shifts ok if I let up on the gas. I have tried using both the Large and small Vac tubes in the front of a new Edelbrock carb?
08-14-2006 08:14 PM
53_belair 1. What trans are you running?

2. Does it shift if you let of of the gas after a hard accel?
08-14-2006 07:21 PM
Won't Shift

I just installed a new motor and transmission into my 1968 El Camino everything is brand new. I have 2 question.

1. It won't shift during hard excelleration, it's fine in normal driving mode.

2. It seems to slip in low gear, could I have overfilled the transmission with fluid?

Any help would be great.

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