Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
At 70mph, my engine rpm went to 4000 and back down.I reduced speed and it was ok.I accelerated again and the same problem.I lost most of my transmission fluid and had to tow it so as not to damage it any more
Good idea, hopefully the source of the leak, and new filter & fluid will put you back on the road in running order. The slippage was caused by the leak, causing low fluid level. Keep fingers crossed that you shut it down soon enough that it didn't cause extensive damage internally in transmission. Don't forget, when you get diagnosis & repair estimate, if it sounds too high, you have the option of a second opinion, so feel free to get back to us, or consult with another repair shop, or transmission repair place for advice on estimate, before you commit. Good Luck, and keep us posted.
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