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You have a 1993 corsica with the 31 v-6 and whenever you get the tranny hot it wont shift into a lower gear at lower speeds like stopping for a light what is wrong with it?

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2011-09-14 08:33:30
2011-09-14 08:33:30

possibly the torque converter lock up is sticking,try unplugging the 4 wire connector on front of tranny and see if problem still exsists.gm Jim

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