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Old 09-20-2006, 01:53 PM
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i got in my truck and started going down the road and it woud not shift. so i floored it. when it got up about 30-35 i let off and it shifted kinda hard. but it wont shift anymore gears. anyone got any ideas????? also when driving i get the rpms up and let off and then gas it again the trans seems to wait for the rpms to get back to where they were before it picks up speed again???

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Is the throttle position cable (kickdown) adjusted correctly? Is the vac modulator good?hooked up?? Fluid level??
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follow the vacuum line from the engine down to the transmission and see if it came off or is cracked or leaking.if this happened all of a sudden its a good chance that line to the modulator is off or damaged.that transmission will act really strange without it working right
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fluid is good. i will try the vacum line tomorrow. as far as the kickdown im not sure? i tried to figure it out by the book i bought. i took it off and it had some play in it then you can pull it a little faether. thanks guys for the help!!
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