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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI, It may seem obvious, but sometimes overlooked.... have you checked the oil level, as low oil can cause some strange things to happen! My 96 4 liter would be reluctant to move sometimes, but after I topped it up, it has been fine.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Check your rear emergency brakes. A brake shoe pin could have broke and the shoe locks up in 1 direction. but not the other. The other problem you mentioned could happen, but if it is in reverse the trans shifted.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Your transmission is essentially a pressure pump. The condition you indicated shows a lack of internal pressure which can be caused by linkage improperly adjusted or internal problems...However, if this condition has existed for more than a few days, even if the cause is correctable externally, it's likely that you have damaged the internal friction material that depends upon pressure to achieve a solid application without slippage. I would check the fluid condition and perhaps check the filter inside the pan for blockage...If there is an exceptional amount of debris on the filter and in the pan, changing the oil and filter may give you some short term relief but likely the unit will need to be rebuilt or replaced very soon.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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