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Old 06-30-2004, 11:55 AM   #1
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Last night i went out and i was making a left turn and as i was coming out of the turn i floored it and i wasnt watching the rpms but it sounded like it downshifted and the rpms were really high and it shifted hard but i let off the gas cause it scared me....any ideas i could only think that my tranny might be going (i hope not) but it didnt do anything else odd like that the rest of the night. thanks!
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Doesn't sound abnormal. Is your fluid topped off? Are you getting a Service Engine Soon light?
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Yeah.. maybe it was a fluke... mine does that sometimes doing hard turns .
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Mine has also done that.... Must be a 4T60-E fluke....
right....
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yea i hope it was...my fluids are all good and no lights are on but thanks
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