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Suburban transmission shifting

I have a 1993 chevy suburban k1500 4x4 it shifts fines second third and fourth however it shifts ******* regular acceleration from first to second but on hard pedal it shifts fine fluid was replaced and full it also will not go into passing gear at all any ideas

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Did you change the transmission filter and gasket as well as the transmission oil before running your truck.

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This sounds like a wiring issue, check and make sure the transmission connector is ok, no broken locks on hard shell or bent pins.

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try checking your vacume lines..

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this problem is a common failure associated with your shift solenoinds inside your tranny. of course a shop is not gonna tell you this because by the time you wanna get it repaired it is usually too late and have already cause damage to your clutch pack and internal parts, thats the main reason why a shop wont mess with just replacing your shift solenoid (aka valve bodie)

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Hi :) Sound like a rebuild is coming. The transmission in that truck is 4L60-E and they have a habit of doing this from ware. What happen's is that the pressure regulator and boost valves get sloppy in the pump and the pressure drops and burns out the 3-4 clutch pack and another thing that can happen if there is not any burnt smell to the fluid is a steel 1/4 inche ball could have got stuck in the valve body seperator plate and is not allowing fluid pressure against the 3-4 clutch pack piston.Take it in to transmission specialist he might be able to save it.

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