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Hard shifting after highway driving 1998 tahoe. After driving on the highway (mostly in hot weather) after coming to complete stop the car shifts hard at about 10 mph. Ramdonly does this from time to time. Feel like the rear end is coming apart. After you get your speed back up its fine. Could this be caused by the speed sensor? No trouble codes or ck engine lights are showing up.

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Sounds like your pressure control solenoid inside your trans is sticking you will have to have your pan pulled and have the solenods checked or replaced since it only fails at times it might check out ok when the pan is pulled.

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