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Just started grinding in first gear only(auto)

96 blazer (auto) just started grinding in first gear only

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Sounds like you have some worn teeth on the rear planetary set. The transmission will need replaced or rebuilt. But also replace the cooler, because the cooler is what caused the problem. Lack of lubrication from a restricted cooler.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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