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#1 stpetekidd


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Posted 22 March 2011 - 04:15 PM

i replaced both cv shafts in the front the same day.Now with the key in the ignition on position, one of the pressure control solenoids in the trans is running and never did that before. And the car will not shift into drive i have the lower gears and can drive it up to 55mph but will not shift into drive. Wait theres more. If I put it in 1st gear it will shift into second at about 5mph. Have checked power from the plug on top of trans going to the trans and 2 prongs have power, is that even correct, Please help have no idea what I could have done. Oh and did not have the problem before starting the cv job :eek:

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