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I have a 2002 ls trail blazer and when im at a stop i accelerate and it is not shifting to the next gear goes all the way to 3500 rpm before it shift. Would you know what causes that ?

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If the tranny is low on oil it won't be able to produce enough haydralice pressure in the tranny to shift to the next gear!, or there could be a faulty shift or speed sensior

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