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Old 09-29-2006, 09:52 AM   #1
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This is my 1995 bonnie sle 0-95 notice the car sitting at 6000 rpm in 2nd at 90 i had top let off it wouldn't shift is there something most likly wrong with my car??

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Seems like a bad shift solenoid.
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The car has always shifted at 6k I think those years all did not sure tho
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Its been awhile since i gave er to that high of a speed i dont remeber the hp droping that much over 5.5k but i knew it droped a bit
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Its been awhile since i gave er to that high of a speed i dont remeber the hp droping that much over 5.5k but i knew it droped a bit
Its strange the way it did that... Its not supposed to stick, It should shift... Now I wonder if the PCM was calling for the shift or not.... Odd.. You should not have to let off for the trans to shift at the top of second... It sounded like you were right about to tag the fuel cutoff at 6200

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I redid this and it was definately better had more gas in it and changed the oil will make another post in about 1/2 hr to show

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After seeing that I'll bet the speedo is about 3 mph fast, and the tach may be showing 100 More Rpms than actually at the top of the rev band...

Looks like a 6000 rpm shift to me

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Na i dunno about that why? spedo might be 3 mph behind not ahead.....???
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I think it might be your selenoid but my car did that for a while because it had a bad crankshaft positioning sensor you should bring it to your local auto store and have them computer it. does it stall at all? or idle rough? if so you have a bad sensor somewhere.
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I think it might be your selenoid but my car did that for a while because it had a bad crankshaft positioning sensor you should bring it to your local auto store and have them computer it. does it stall at all? or idle rough? if so you have a bad sensor somewhere.
A slight rough idle nd some slight stalling sometimes under medium throttle. No CEL at all
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