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1994 chev lumina, trans problems

I have a 94 lumina, car runs great, but the trans dont want to seem to go into gear, unless I keep pulling the shifter back and forth several times, if I get it in gear the cars runs and shifts great, is there something wrong with the shifter, I notice a pivit arm on top of the tranny, and it does move when i move the shifter, so id the problem internally in the trans or what

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If there is a delay(like 2-3 secs) when you shift from neutral to drive...then down to reverse...most likely the transmission is screwed,or on its way out.
Is the Fluid level correct?,and is the fluid red or dark and smelly ?.

Dark and smelly IS NOT A GOOD SIGN.--means the fluid has been overheating ...


Posted on Dec 30, 2008

  • tito hernandez Dec 03, 2011

    so what do u do tofix the problem

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