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Cause of hard shifting first to second on 99 GMC Safari Van?

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2005-10-17 02:02:03
2005-10-17 02:02:03

I not completely sure, but it might be your Universal Joints. My 87' Volvo has the same exact problem when shifting from 1st to 2nd. I would get under the car, and check the joints to see if they are loose, or worn. It'd also be a good idea to check your transmission fluid to see if it is low, burnt, or has a burnt smell to it.

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