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Old 09-27-2010, 04:58 PM
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Shift solenoid stuck?

I was driving back to a job slowed down to make a turn and the truck rev'd and slammed not bad i let off felt it coming then did it a second time threw a wrench shift solenoid stuck parked it cleared the codes drove 50miles home no issues any idea's what's going on i just changed the fluid/filter at 30k. 33k now not much debris in the pan just the fluid looked a little dirty! I may be paranoid but seems like it not shift like it did and the converter slips more could be i am not running the Tcm right now i guess felt real funky on the 310 and dropped to the 250 tune as a DD but still dont feel right!
Chris
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get er flushed asap if you continue to trun it like this youre bound to end up with one giant paper wieght
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