thats ur transmisson, my friendsdoes it too. try some of the stuff they carry at the auto store. if that doesnt work, its expensive to fix
My '97 Bravada had a new tranny put in after it did this... (Fortunately mine was still under warranty)
This is a known issue with GM vehicles that have the 4L60E transmission. The issue normally presents itself after the transmission has had time to warm up and has been driven approximately 50 - 60 MPH. At highway speeds the torque convertor locks up for increased efficiency and so that it generates less heat. The lockup is accomplished by a solenoid in the tranmission's valve body which applies the torque convertor clutch (TCC). The solenoid and valve body itself are made of different metals which cause them to expand and contract at different rates. This constant variance in rates causes the valve body to wear away. The wore valve body allowsto slip past the solenoid, causing a weak TCC apply. This weak apply is detected by the tranmssion as a slip. When a slip is detected the computer increases the line pressure to the shift solenoids to make the shifts firmer to minimize damage. This increased line pressure is what causes the hard shift that you feel, it is most noticable from 1st to 2nd gear. If the transmission detects the slip on two consecutive trips it will illuminate the "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light and store the code P1870.
If you ignore the problem, you will end up damaging your transmission and it will require a rebuild or replacement. However, if you catch it in time you can generally save your transmission. There are two ways to remedy the problem. 1) Replace the valve body. (GM has a new updated one) 2) Repair your current valve body, this can be done with special repair kit available through Sonnax.
Popping noice on my 97 bravada
Bad or misaligned stop light switch
A cold wind should have no effect on the car engine.
A twin size bed could fit in the backseat in a 1994 Bravada. Once all seats are folded down in the back seat of the Bravada you can easily fit a two people laying down under 6 feet tall.
You could find auto parts for an Oldsmobile 1994 Bravada on the internet quite easily, by searching on google or similar search engines, you can find retail locations near you, or you can order them online at such websites as Partsgeek.com, or even at Amazon.com.
A highway could remove enogh soil that it could expose the aquifer to air and the chemicals, such as tar might contaminate the aquifer as well.
a highway man was in england although they stopped as most of them could get killed
it could be your second gear syncro is on its way out. I used to have a 3000GT auto so didnt have that issue. now i Have a 2006 Mustang and sometimes i get that hard second gear too. apparently its a known issue with these cars. some people say changing fluid helps.
What assumption could you make by reading an ad stating "Now hiring! All jobs! All shifts!"?
There could be several issues. The most likely is that there is a clogged fuel filter. Another could be a faulty timing belt.
could be MAF sensor or trans
Well if they wanted to I supposed they could.
If the all wheel drive stops working on a 1999 Bravada, there could be something wrong with the electrical sensors. There may also be a problem with some of the electrical wiring.
Could be the gears slipping. Might need new gearbox.
No, but it could effect how the transmission shifts.
You could use life is a highway
I guess the rockies could if there were more earthquakes and continental shifts.
You could try changing the transmission filter and the fluid.
If the pcm controls the transmission the shifts could be inaccurate.
It depneds on where you are. Most teens get paid $5 every hour at regular restaurants, whereas in big restaurants you can work a hour for maybe $10. My relative owned a restaurant and the waiters could pick 4 hour shifts, 8 hour shifts, or 10 hour shifts.
Sounds like a bad solenoid. But if it shifts hard from first to second then from second to third but fine when from third to over drive forth but then shifts a little hard when down shifting through the gears if that is the case might need to change transmission filter and fluid sometimes overfilling the transmission with fluid could do this as well.
No, Not a good thing to do. They will be out of balance.
If it shifts smothly into the gears before o/d it is not the cable.
I suppose both terms would be gramatically correct. If you are simply giving someone directions verbally, you could probably say off the highway. But, if you are writing it down as a school assignment or such, I would assume that you should write off of the highway.
Yes, but it won't be comfortable. SRO, you know. I suppose you could sleep in shifts...