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Old 01-11-2004, 03:40 PM
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i have a turbo 350 in my camaro and a 3.73 gear i was wondering is the trans sosposed to disengauge when its in 3rd and i let off the gas. mine does not do that. if its sosposed to how can i fix it?

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No. It does not disengage. Why would you think its supposed to?

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i thought that when you left off the gas it would go back down the idle speed even if the car is moving
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My transmission does the same i think.

If i go fast enough and get to 3rd gear and let off the gas it will drop to idle speed but stay in 3rd gear so ill go like 25 mph idling.
also if jsut leave it in D and stomp on the gas it goes throuhg 1st but only stays in 2nd for a short period.

Could not having the kick down hooked up cause these Problems?
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Old 01-11-2004, 08:18 PM
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There is a overrun clutch that will return the engine to lower RPM but it won't return to complete idle RPM due to internal drag. Same as if you were to switch to neutral at speed. The RPM falls not not to idle speeds.
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