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Old 10-11-2012, 02:55 AM
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trans slips and sketchy reverse

i am running SCT livewire tune. I drive usually around 2k RPM's when the truck goes to shift from second to third, it revs from 2k to 3,500 then shift hard into third. Also when i put it in reverse its having a hard time grabbing. So i replaced the master shift cylinder (GoGo cylinder) the first few miles it shifted perfectly, but after that its still messing up. Should i replace the rest of the shift cylinders? please help!
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:22 PM
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sounds to me u are having the 3-5 shift flair witch is common on this transmission . i am not to sure what u mean by the shift cylinder ? u might be talking about the gogo direct clutch solenoid , i had the same problem as u and the gogo solenoid fixed my problem , if you have already put the gogo solenoid in and are still having problems then it sounds like the direct clutchs might be going .
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:50 AM
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it was the diret solenoid, AND it looks like i have to get a new trans too.. oh well time to build one!
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