Question about Chevrolet Chevy
This sounds like the torque converter clutch is staying locked.
It acts like standard transmission would if you stop or slow down without stepping on the clutch. The reason it works in overdrive is it's
easier to slip, in a high gear than a low one. I suggest you take it to
your mechanic or a transmission shop they are better equipped to test
and or replace the torque converter clutch solenoid. But do this asap
before it starts to burn clutches. I hope I was of some help.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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