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1997 chevy blazer transmission wont shift properly shifts hard into second have trouble kicking in passing gear and acts like it has a rev limiter at times believe it is a sensor but which one

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Take it to a transmission expert, but it could be the shifting soleniods.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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