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tranny starting to go ??

last night i was playin in the snow a little on my way home and throttle jockin it a little and the truck down shifted and wouldnt go back into gear for 15-20seconds. I let off for that time so it could catch the gear. The truck has done this to me before under full throttle and than letter off. It sometimes seems like it doesnt want to catch the gear. Is it tuner that is messed up? Im running erics x-street. I havent tried any of my other tunes long enough to see if its the tune or tranny. Thanks for any help



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Mine did this a few times with the free Spartan tunes, been 6 months or so since going back to stock and its never done it stock. Talk to Eric, it could be you confused it with too much snow play. How many miles on the trans?

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i have seen the trans get confused before... check your fluid to be at the correct level and not burnt
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65k. Ya i thought bout asking eric also. Thought id see what everyone said on here. Thanks for the help cartmanea



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when you spin in mud or snow, some times the trans seems to try and compensate, when this happens, you will get the shifting issue or lack thereof, if you put it in park or neutral shut the truck off and restart it, it should be fine. It seems to happen more often if you are doing a burnout, spinning in the mud or snow and let off right as a shift was going to occur.

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k i was hoping it was going out yet. Thanks Adam



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