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My isuzu drives fine until the check trans light starts flashin and the dash lights flicker , the truck struggles as soon as this happens, Like its having trouble finding the right gear. This all happens when the trucks warmed up. If i stop turn the truck off for a few seconds start it up and drive again its fine again like it never happend.. can you help?

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The voltage regulator in your altenator may be going out. If you have a battery gauge in your dash, see if the voltage is getting higher than 14V when the problem occurs.

Your transmission is an electronic shift, and if the voltage gets too high, your car tries to start off in a higher gear than what it is supposed to and will run very badly.

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