Question about 1995 GMC Jimmy
When I put my 1995 Jimmy in reverse it slips when I try to back up faster than Idle speed. It will work better when I put in into 4 wheel dr. low but not like it should. Somtimes when I push the buttons to transfer from 2 wheel dr. into 4 wheel high and low, it takes some time to transfer. The forward works real good and transmission shifts through all grears fast and smooth, even overdrive without any slippage. Is my reverse bands going bad or could there be something else causing this problem. The Jimmy has a 124,000 miles on it and transmission oil does not smell burnt or scortched. Thank You for any help that you can offer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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