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Hi my silverado slips at between 45 and 55 mph while driving

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Slips ?
I assume you mean the trani is slipping..
It could be a few things..
Maybe low on fluid,,
Or modulator,,
Or elctronics in the trani - etc..
Or there could internal damage causing the slipping..

I would advise taking it to a trani shop..
Allot of them wil give a free estimate..

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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Hi, this is a pretty common problem on these Silverado instrument clusters. We can repair it for you or provide you with the parts to do it yourself. Click here to learn more about these silverado instrument cluster problems:
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