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SOURCE: jerks when shifting from 2nd to 3rd in automatic

Hi, i recommend preforming a basic fluid check just to make sure of the level. If the trans fluid is at a good and safe level, this will confirm a fault within the gear pack that can be traced to the transmission control module. test this device for its operational value. if it is operating correctly, it will then lead you to a faulty shift solenoid. these are located inside the transmission pan. you will need to drop the pan to access these solenoids for testing.

In most cases, this Will be an insufficient fluid level condition but, it could be more serious.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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