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4l60e Slippin

This is a discussion on 4l60e Slippin within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Hi, i have a 95 trans am and i just recently installed a transmition (4l60e) and it ran fine until ...

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    4l60e Slippin

    Hi, i have a 95 trans am and i just recently installed a transmition (4l60e) and it ran fine until i parked it for about two months and now when i tried driving it, it wouldnt shift out of 1st and reverse feels kind of sluggish. Any advice would help, Thankz

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    Sounds like you got a bad tranny..

    Check your fluid and filter.

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    Ya I'd say definetly check the fluid since it sat for a while.

    Remember to check it with it running (in park or neutral set the brake) and up to operateing temp for an acurate reading.

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