Question about 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
Any varnish deposits that were inside the transmission pretty much stay soft while it's being used every day. After sitting, those same deposits have likely hardened up and are now a very sticky mass. I'd add a good trans conditioner to the oil and not beat on it for a few weeks and see if it clears up. Otherwise you may need to have it rebuilt, as cleaning it out is the same job as rebuilding.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
You have a governor problem and possibly a vacuum modulator bad as well. Remove governor cover and remove governor valve to check for sticking valve or weights, clean and replace, or replace with new, Remove Vacuum modulator and preform vacuum test, if it does not hold a vacuum then replace with new. Use a transmission flush and treatment to remove any moisture and or moisture residue or rust that may have formed inside trans from sitting idle for two years...
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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