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The tranny i working fine. That is what it's supposed to do when climbing a hill. There is nothing wrong.

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replace the thermostat and check coolant levels. your saying the inside heater blows hot air right?

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check catalitic converter,could be partially plugged

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first things first. have you identified whether or not it is using a kick down cable? if it is, chances are this is your issue. if the colar breaks or the cable gets freyed and sticks inside the sheath, it will cause definate shift issues. let me know

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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