Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
It sounds like your torque converter is not unlocking. Best thing to do is take it to a transmission shop and have them hook it up to a tech 2 scanner and hope it's will have a DTC code in it's history. it's hard to say what is going on, it could be as simple as a oil and filter change due to the loose of transmission fluid line pressure from dirty filter, or a faulty TPS that sends signal to the ECM that will control the torque converter lockup solenoid and line pressure solenoid. Best thing to do and have it scanned since that is cheaper then and rebuilt transmission of something simple. Oh and check the transmission fluid for level and condition, it should be bright red, not dark like burgundy. Keep me posted, be glad to help you save some money.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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