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1. occasionally over heat 2.gear lever pulling out

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If just occasionally overheats and only in 100 degree weather, possible sticking thermostat, debris buildup on the exterior core of the radiator, corrosion buildup on the interior of the radiator core, low coolant level or insufficient fan cooling capabilities.
if you shifter is pulling out of gear when you hit the throttle that is call pop-out. This usually happens in 5th gear so it is called fifth gear pop out. Anyway, this is an internal transmission problem that can be fixed but will require pulling the tranny and opening it up.
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  3. Clean the epoxy coating from the M-terminal stud.
  4. Loosen the M-terminal stud nut.
  5. Remove the cable from the M-terminal stud.
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  8. Note that the spring (3) is positioned against the drive gear lever (1) and the drive gear lever is placed inside the solenoid plunger loop (2).

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    Fig. Spring (3) is positioned against the drive gear lever (1) and the drive gear lever is placed inside the solenoid plunger loop (2)
  9. Remove the solenoid housing.
  10. If necessary, remove the solenoid plunger and spring.
To install:
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  2. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the starter solenoid attachment area.
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    Fig. Make sure that the drive gear lever (1) is properly installed into the solenoid plunger (2) loop
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  8. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the M-terminal stud connection.
  9. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
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  1. Remove the starter motor.
  2. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
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    Fig. Spring (3) is positioned against the drive gear lever (1) and the drive gear lever is placed inside the solenoid plunger loop (2)
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  1. If necessary, install the solenoid plunger and spring.
  2. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the starter solenoid attachment area.
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    Fig. Make sure that the drive gear lever (1) is properly installed into the solenoid plunger (2) loop
  3. Install the solenoid, making sure to insert the drive gear lever (1) into the solenoid plunger (2) loop, perform the following:
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    2. Tip the solenoid and insert the lever into the loop, push the solenoid against the housing.
  4. Install the solenoid bolts and tighten the bolts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
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  6. Install the cable to the M-terminal stud between the washers and terminal nut.
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  8. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the M-terminal stud connection.
  9. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
  10. Bench test the starter in a free-run condition prior to installation.
  11. Install the starter motor.

Hope helped with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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