Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
MANY THINGS WILL CAUSE NO DRIVE PROBLEMS.IF TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL CORRECT LEVEL AND TRANSMISSION FILTER BEEN CHANGED.SINCE TRANSMISSION PCM CONTROLLED SCAN FOR FOR TRANSMISSION FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH CODE.OR TRANSMISSION PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID FAULT CODE.LOOK FOR SHIFT SOLENOIDS FAULT CODES.LOOK FOR TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE FAULT CODE AND TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH FAULT CODE.IF NO CODES COME UP.YOU HAVE TRANSMISSION INTERNAL MECHANICAL FAILURE LIKE FORWARD CLUTCH AND INPUT CLUTCH HAS WORN DRIVE PLATES AND LEAKING PISTON SEALS.FAULTY TRANSMISSION OIL PUMP.HAVE TRANSMISSION PRESSURE TESTED.
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