Question about 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
If the unit was working before you changed fluid,This is common. When fluid has not been changed in a long time on high mile vehicles...(which is why many trans shops will not change oil after a certain mileage unless unit was serviced regularly) Usually it is caused by stuff that was sticking to the walls of the unit being partially dissolved by the new oil. The resulting free gunk gets into the valve body and prevents proper shifting. You may be able to solve this by having the valve body cleaned or replaced, and the unit power flushed. If not, it will need to be rebuilt.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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