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4 sp auto does't grab 4th

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#1 Crupper


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Posted 16 November 2007 - 07:44 PM

My 90 Loyale has a 4 sp auto and it will up shift to 3 rd and stay there, shift lever is in D and shows up on dash, but 3 rd also shows on dash. When I shift back to 3 rd or 2 nd it doesn't down shift. When trannie is cold it will act normal till it warms up and then it will down shift all on it's own and stay there. I pulled the pan and cleaned the screen. Couldn't find a filter. whatsup?

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 08:39 PM

There arent many things that go wrong with a tranny thats cheap. Hopefully this is just a bad inhibitor switch. Sounds like the switch is borderline or needs adjustment, along with the linkage.


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