Question about GMC Blazer
It could be just a stuck valve or a failed shift solenoid, but it really needs to be diagnosed by a Auto Trans specialist. They can plug in to the computer and check fault codes which should give them at least an indication of what the issue is. It may even be a common fault, in which case they might be able to tell you what's likely to be wrong just from the description. Ring around a few trans shops and see if you can get any good info out of them, and ask what their diagnosis charge is, and get a rough estimate on a trans rebuild. Then price up a second hand trans with low kms and see if it's worth going down that track.
Hope this helps, Mark
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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