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2003 TRAILBLAZER WHEN SHIFTING THROUGH 1ST AND 2ND GEARS THE ENGINE SEEMS TO REV HIGHER.I WAS TOLD THAT IT COULD BE A PROBLEM WITH THE FAN CLUCH THAT SOUNDS WIERD TO ME

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Check the fuild level, may be causing the transmission to work too hard

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

  • damian clarke
    damian clarke Jul 29, 2009

    check the fuild level, may be causing the transmission to work too hard

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