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Old 11-27-2007, 07:53 PM   #1
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aode problem

hello guys i have a 95gt with the aode it was rebuilt about 4 years ago with shift kit i think with more or different bands?
The problem is when in high gear and overdrive it stops pulling the engine will rev up like it is in neutral until a higher rpm and then pulls again. but still not at lower rpms the only thing i found to get it to be ok is to pull it down in second back to drive and its fine
has anyone had this problem or might no what it is.
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today i drove it and it wouldnt go in to drive at all
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Old 11-27-2007, 10:14 PM   #2
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Re: aode problem

I would start by changing the filter and see if you have any junk in the pan if theres any band material in the pan its real bad news if the fluid smells burnt your cooler may be stopping up. if the pans clean change the filter and refill with fluid and see if that helps if not it sounds like a trip to shop at my house.
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Re: aode problem

It sounds like the band for the gear is slipping but you never know, do the little things like mentioned above to see. If all else fails put in a T-5 and it will be more fun to drive, lighter, faster, and better on gas.
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Re: aode problem

hey guys i want to say thanks for responding to the post. the problem was the transmission range sensor or also the mpls sensor every place called it one of the two but that is what it was.
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Got to love computers in the tranny at times.
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aod owner says solenoids are for starters...lol
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aod owner says solenoids are for starters...lol
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