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2001 CHEVROLET 2500 SILVERADO WITH THE 6.0 LITRE ENGINE & 4L80E TRANSMISSION. WITHOUT ANY WARNING EXCEPT FOR POSSIBLY THE GAUGES NOT READING RIGHT & BATTERY LIGHT COMING ON A COUPLE DAYS BEFORE THE PROBLEM. THE TRANSMISSION FLUID LOOKS & SMELLS GOOD. I UNHOOKED THE BATTERY WHEN I GOT TO WORK & LET SET A COUPLE HOURS. THE FIRST TIME I MOVED THE TRUCK IT STARTED OUT IN 1ST. GEAR & SHIFTED HARD TO 2ND. IT THEN STAYED IN 2ND. I CHECKED ALL THE FUSES, THEY ALL CHECK GOOD. ANY ADVICE?

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You may have a power problem, the battery light is an indicator of charging problems that can affect performance of electrial componets [ the transmission is controled that way ]. Have the charging system checked out. If you had an alternator replaced recently then it could be a faulty remanufactured one - this is very commom with this model alernator.

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