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Transmission bucking in to third and fourth gear

I think it is the module

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  • sgkcoady Dec 23, 2008

    transmission was replcaced recently with correct module and iAM LIVING IN AN EXTREMELY COLD ENVIROMENT

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Get trans 'puter checked

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

  • milespeed Dec 23, 2008

    well cold could be affecting it..does it behave differently when warm hot cold?...

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