1997 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Q&A
1997 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Question: Shifting Problems
When I am driving downhill the transmission slips out of gear. It usualy happens between 50 mph and 65 mph. It only happens when I am coasting or braking. Once it slips, slowing down dosen't get it back in gear but pushing on the accelerator gets it back in gear. The fluid level is full and light brown-red. I am having no problems on the flat or under a load. Any Ideas on what might be happening? - spicy
Hi, Were you able to find out why the transmission was behaving like this? Was there any diagnostic trouble codes stored in the transmission control module? Thanks for any feedback you can provide! bret - Bret Bodas
My '99 K2500 7.4L Suburban has started doing the exact same thing that you describe. I have visited with a couple of techs who give me ridiculous perspectives that aren't worth mention here... more or less, they don't have a clue. Anyway, I keep looking for answers. Does anyone else have any ideas? Thanks. - Visitor
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