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Old 04-25-2014, 09:46 AM
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Trans problem or Tune problem?

Lately I've noticed my truck when shifting between 4th to 5th it's, I guess you could say sliding into it. I wouldn't say slipping since there is no rev in RPM's or anything. It just feels as if the shift is kind of drug out instead of being firm and crisp. I've ran the H&S trans tune, SPE trans tune, and Currently switched to the Demonic trans tune. Haven't used the SPE tune for a while now since it was too rough for my daily driver. I appreciate any help y'all could offer!
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:55 AM
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Unhook both batteries for a wee bit to clear the TCM memory and give it a drive and see what happens and if that doesn't work MCCa different trans file and see what happens try everything before calling ATS haha
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Old 04-25-2014, 10:00 AM
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I'll have to try that and see. I was thinking this morning on the way to work about how much an ATS trans would cost me. So I just had to look it up and see! I better hope clearing the TCM memory works! haha
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Good luck brother !!
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Sorry for the late response. I wouldn't say a studder step. Its more like it a drawn out shift if you get what I'm saying. Not firm and crisp. But occasionally it will have that firm and crisp shift.
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