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Old 12-08-2005, 01:20 PM   #1
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I have a 1993 4t60e-hd in my fiero, I read what i could find on forum with other problems couldnt find much info. Few weeks ago i kept running low on trans fluid and never found a leak at all. I have an external cooler it does not run through cooler in radiator, I refilled the trans app 2 quarts low adding lucas trans junk, drove for couple hours then on way home it acted like it lost a gear rpms would go up as i accelerated but car barely move it is pulling some kinda like a slipping clutch in a 5sp... if i drop it into N for a few sec it will go along fine for a min or so and aslong as i keep accelerating it is fine when i stop accelerating it acts like i am applyin the brakes . Im thinking something to do with TCC but not sure what all it could be. I had noticed also a few days befor this happening when i went to reverse it wanted to take off backwards like accelerater is stuck ... any help would be greatly appreciated
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I'd say you have two different problems:

Your TCC solonoid is sticking engaged occasional (the reverse takeoff symptom) and your TC itself is slipping like a bad dog. I'd predict your fluid doesn't look too great.

Losing fluid with no visible leaks usually means you're burning it up.
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You should drop the pan and check out the magnet. That could rule out a coule things.
Your valvebody could be getting clogged up or it might be a solenoid issue. I was narrowing my "slipping clutch in a 5sp" issue down to the "A" solenoid I think.(I'll look it up when I get home from work)
My problem was similar but intermittent. I changed the fluid & filter (no flush). And haven't had any problems since this past friday.
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