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What is wrong if a 1986 Chevy Astro shifts into first and second but when it hits third it sounds like you are flooring it will not shift any higher?

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2006-04-09 16:42:20
2006-04-09 16:42:20

If this is an automatic transmission, which I am assuming it is it will not work the same as a standard. Only drive it in overdrive or 1st gear.

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