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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an overdrive fuse in the fuse compartment on the drivers side door panel, check and see if its blown, if it is there was some problems with the overdrive shift wire touches the bottom of the tranny pan, and can cause the fuse to blow out.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
Fastboyz is on track with his answer.there are quite a few updates on your transmission for shift concerns. this is done with a tech2 scanner and reprograms computer. also if you have installed larger tires this will need to be updated. can cause problem also.Just because there is no trouble code does not mean it is not a computer related problem. have it checked for updates
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
transmission shift solenoid is stuck open this is a common vehicle issue in automatics and not particular to any make or model vehicle 15 dollar part and arm and leg for labor if taken in
heres an idea to try
take out the transmission filter and replace with new one make sure to take not of any metal debry in trans pan this indicates the trans had sheered its gears down and a trans rebuild is needed
the transfilter needs to be changed at a certain milage interval they can get clogged up
there is a kit you buy for your truck at any parts store
its an easy change hour of time unbolt trans pan unbolt trans filter and put new one in
kit comes with new seals less than an hour you can do it yourself
to overdrive you would feel a difference in shift badley if it was that something to keep in mind
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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there should be a vacuum tube on the pas side of the trans. its either diconnected or broken. or the bans are bad. also check the filter. mine went bad and all I did was change the filter and used synthetic fluid.
when the pan and filter is down see if there is a heavy spring in one of the corners. if its casing is broke then it wont allow fluid to travel to and fro.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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