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My truck won't shift when i push the gas to the floor to pass

When i push the gas to the floor to pass or to take off fast my 97 chevy k1500 won't shift it just stays at about 4000 rpms. I just had the transmission rebuilt and change my plugs, plug wires, distributor and rotor. It isn't throwing any transmission codes. It is throwing a catalytic converter code though but i didn't think that would have to do with how it is shifting but i'm not sure.

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  • budlight_sma May 16, 2009

    its automatic

  • budlight_sma May 16, 2009

    okay i will have it looked at thank you

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How about the clutch assembly, have you changed it recently or did you have it checked recently, if not, please do so 'cos that is the only thing which can cause this type of problem...................sodeep

Posted on May 16, 2009

  • Sudeep Chatterjee
    Sudeep Chatterjee May 16, 2009

    Even if its automatic iy still has to have a clutch assembly and unless the clutch releases the torpue/force to the axle shaft, how is it possible for it to shift/slide to a new gear ratio?

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