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Posted by Anonymous on
I hate to hear that but the good thing is this may not be as bad as you think. The governor, modulator, and/or throttle cable controls the shift points on non-computer (older) controlled transmissions. On computer controlled transmissions this shifting problem could be caused by a faulty sensor or a bad connection or defective solenoid pack. These types of problems can be resolved without the expense of a transmission removal. Take it to a reputable dealer for diagnosis. I always recommend a second opinion for any recommendation of needing a total rebuild. I hope this helps.
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