Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
Before you have to take it to a shop. i would suggest that you drop the pan on trans and change out the filter and fluid first. also add an additive for this kind of problem you can get it at an auto parts store it's made by lucas oil company. your slippage should go away. if it doesn't chances are that your torque converter is weak. the lucas is about ten dollars and is a easy fix and the quick way to find out if it's gonna cost you alot of money if your problem is not solved. good luck please rate this solution.
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