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Old 08-16-2012, 09:54 AM
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Reverse, 3rd, and OD. No 1st or 2nd??

I have reverse, then when in drive I start in 3rd and it will shift into OD. My first and second are not working even when I manually put it in. After researching on here it sounds like it may be the valve body? Is this right? Been without for several weeks and trying to make sure before getting a new trans!
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:45 PM
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Hey I just happened to have this same issue tonight. Did you truck run up to about 2,000-2,200 rpm before it would get moving too? I just unloaded mine from my buddies trailer because we didn't want to push it driving it 45 minuted back to my place. it took almost 3,000 rpm just to get her to roll up onto the low car hauler trailer. I figure by now from the date of your post yours is back on the road but if you could let me know what you found to get yours running right again please!
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Hey guys, the problem is most likely electrical. Check the connector on the passenger side of the transmission (its a PITA because of the exhaust shield) but should solve your problem. normally when their is a bad connection there it does exactly what you're talking about
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Thanks mine actually ended up being a completely blown torque converter and crap luck since the transmission was just rebuilt the week before. The only thing we can figure is the torque converter must have had an internal clearance issue from the factory.
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