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Old 02-23-2008, 06:20 AM
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I need some advice I have a 95 with auto trans and noticed when I started driving it this morning it was making a sound like "sandpaper" before it would shift up to the next gear, but once I got up to 65 mph it stoped. The truck feels like it's loseing a little power til it up shifts. The only mods done to the truck is a tymar intake and 4" turbo back stright pipe. The truck has 159,00 on it. Does anybody have any ideas? thanks
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Old 02-23-2008, 03:41 PM
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I can't help with the problem, but I moved your thread to the problem section. Hopefully it will get more attention here. Good luck.
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Are you in cold weather? Is it possible your sandpaper sound is you EBPV. When my EBPV closed it would sound like "Sandpaper" or a loud hiss. It lowers power when closed but the sound would quiet way down at 65mph and eventually go away once the engine warmed up. I just finally unhooked. It kills mpg. Hopefully it is just your EBPV and not your tranny.
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