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Engine boggs down when trying to go to pass geas

1998 gmc suburban when stepping into pass gear rev up to 4000rpms
does not engage then starts bogging down
trans shop thought it was cat converted replacet s also replaced fuel filter replaced 2 front o2 sessons

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Still sounds like a transmission problem. Especially if it is revving up that high on RPM's and going no where. Sounds like slipping or something in transmission. Could be torque converter.

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