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Old 02-16-2016, 07:23 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Still shifting hard into 2nd after new throttle body

I've installed a new throttle body after the cel told me the tps was bad. Did all 3 relearn procedures and for theost part the issue has been fixed. But maybe %10 of the time, it still shifts hard into 2nd. Even when engine down shifts into 2nd it will jerk a little. It's only 2nd gear and the rest of the time it shifts smooth. All I've researched says if it's just 2nd that it's the tps. Any ideas?
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Old 03-03-2016, 11:22 AM   Thread Starter #2
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Default Re: Still shifting hard into 2nd after new throttle body

This has been solved with 3 Trans fluid dump and fills.

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Default Re: Still shifting hard into 2nd after new throttle body

Has it really been solved? give it some more time. weird why it would take 3 flushes to fix it. probably sticky solenoid valves?
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If it was the solenoids then it wouldn't have fixed it the first flush then slowly came back. 3rd flush and 500 miles and the problem hasn't came back.

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Default Re: Still shifting hard into 2nd after new throttle body

That's my guess anyway. Ill post if problem returns.

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