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1994 s-10 stays in high gear

I have a 1994 s-10 and the tranmission stays in high gear.You can shift gears manualy and does not make any noise.

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Try and service the transmision filter and fluid and add a suppliment call LUBE GUARD u get this at NAPA/valve body is stuck

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