Question about Chevrolet Blazer
Presuming the fluid level is full,it is quite common for a broken reverse sun shell to give the symptoms you are experiencing,as well as some other areas that could also give similar symptoms such as burnt clutch packs,or the torque convertor going bad,and eventually the vehicle will stop pulling altogether.If the fluid is full,the problem is pretty much going to require trans removal and repair.Further diagnostic would include installing a mechanical oil pressure gauge onto the transmission to monitor main line pressure and see what it's doing while the trans is acting up and not pulling,and this does require a gauge capable of handling 300 psi.Also pull diagnostic trouble codes from the vehicle computer (PCM).Good luck.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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