Question about 2003 Chevrolet Blazer
I am having an intermittent problem that just started occurring.
When i start my truck everything seems fine until I put it into drive and hit the gas. When im at a full stop and try to accelerate it feels like I am towing a boat. My oil pressure rises alot higher then normal operating conditions sometimes up to 60 psi (usually runs at 40 max). It takes about a few seconds but i slowly pickup speed until I hit about 10mph then accelerating is no longer the problem. At this time my RPM's are about 2500-3500 when i am barely on the accelerator pedal. RPMs hover around 3000; and when your not giving it any gas the RPMs stay very high and come down slowly if at all. I normally dont see 3k rpm unless im on the gas pretty hard.
I hope I'm wrong but I think your torque converter is failing. Sorry, Gary
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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