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I have a chevy venture transmission slip

I have a chevy venture the problem is when i put it in drive and apply gas it is slow to pick up and the engine revs at 2000 to make it move, it feels like a manual clutch slip, on a cool day it behaves normally for 6 miles and then the problem appears again at cruising speed the problem is not so apparent.

from a standstill if i engage 2nd it pulls normally

In 3rd still slips.
steep slope from standstill drive does not engage engine roars

any idea as to the problem i have no leaks and the fluid level is ok

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You can try a fluid and filter change and see if it helps. But from your description, it sounds like it's
time for a rebuilt(or used)transmission. Sorry to be
the bearer of bad news. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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