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I had trouble with what seemed like a transmission on my ford van. Was told by a master mechanic to disconnect the NEGATIVE battery cable for 5 minutes to reset computer. I did this, it worked & never had another problem with it. Maybe it will work in your situation. Doesn't cost anything to try!:)
your transmission has several electrical items in it from speed sensor to shif solonoids your car is getting hot because you are running high rpms you might want to pull some codes off your car with a diagnostic machine
I had a 2001 Chevy Blazer that would doing the same thing when the check engine light would be on. If you give it very little gas until it shifts into second, it does not shif as hard, right? Then you can accelerate as quickly as you want, but if you hammer it from a stop it jolts really hard.
Our local shop told us it was the valve body. They wanted $900 to fix it!!! They told us "Baby it all you what, but its only a matter of time. If you don't get it fixed soon, it will cause total transmission failure". We traded it in.
it could be your fuel regulator located on the top of the right side of the engine a c clip holds it on and it has an 1/8 line runing to the top it tends to set off alot of sensors its about 68 dollars