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Auto transmission shifting to soon

When starting from a stop my transmission shifts to second gear to soon. If it would just wait a little longer to build up speed / rpm then shift it would not lug the truck so bad. also when it sould shift back down it (ex. going up a hill) seems to take to long then when it does the truck is lugged back down again.

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  • davituck Jan 31, 2009

    I have an 89 that has the cable you are speaking of. I am told that the 93 is controled by computer? Should the 93 have the cable??

    Thanks

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Depending on what engine & transmission you have on that, there may be an adjustment. take a look at your throttle linkage for a cable running to transmission. It should be adjustable.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Jan 31, 2009

    That's correct from what info I have, sounds like a scan may be in order but would advise using dealer or transmission shop who knows for sure they have most recent updates available.

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