You can disconnect it on the transmission and it should run fine. I have done the same and have had no troubles, 4 prong connector on the side closest to your front bumper on the transmission. Most Likely would be the Torque Converter Lock-up switch in the transmission. Can be changed without removal of the tranny.
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best guess is the transmission fluid is dirty and a transmission pan drop and filter change would solve the issue. Cost for this procedure is usually under $100.
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Must be a wallabee in the carbureator.
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There does seem to be a gap in car insurance in Illinois, but it doesn't seem like there's much anyone can do about it. It is a concerning issue, I agree.
As far as i know it shares the brake resivoir. Follow your lines from the transmission back that would seem foolproof.
Any DEXRON-III synthetic transmission fluid. Some brands seem to work better than others.
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I seem to recall it cost 2 cents.
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what do you mean? can you be more specific? Is it only when you have it in drive or also in reverse, Low gear and so forth? If it's only in drive could be that you have a transmission issue.. Probably water in your tranny from your radiator tranny cooling tank being bad...
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Most new cars dont come with transmission dipstick, for the newer models you have to fill throught the fill plug. It may seem hard but its not if you have a long tube and funnel.
make sure all transmission bell housing bolts and bolts on top of transmission that connect it to the truck are unbolted. Secure transmission and it make take some light prying with a pry tool.
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no because they try to make the issue seem like its a really big issue then what it already is like, to make people watch there shows and by the newspaper.
That's easy, the shifts will seem to not be as fluid. They'll be rough, the car might seem to not want to initially move even though the tires are on gravel and not rotating at an excess speed.
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I seem to be having the same issue. I was told its caused by a bent lower arm control? I seem to be having the same issue. I was told its caused by a bent lower arm control? Check your power steering fluid level. I had the same problem and it was corrected by adding fluid.
The 1997 Blazer came with a 4L60E 4 speed automatic transmission. This transmission is electronically controlled, which is particularly good to know when dealing with the 1997 year model. The 1997 Blazers are known to develop faulty connections in the electrical ignition switch that can interrupt the power to the transmission. When this occurs, it makes it seem as though the transmission has gone bad, when in fact the ignition switch is the real culprit.
I don't think your asking the Q right it must be the engine doing it, maybe egr