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Transmission Proublem When I put it in drive or reverce it only goes on the engian tourk. giveing it gas realy does not do much. But if i push my OD buttom it will go just fine in drive. WHY?

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Change transmission filter and ATF.

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there is an sensor on the speed odmeter cable on the side of transmission. it will kill thr overdrive and cruise control but not the speedometer. about $50.fixed 2 explorers that way

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this is a hard mechanical fault in the overdrive forward clutch, u must overhaul the trans to fix this.

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SOURCE: 1992 GMC Suburban not shifting into OD, Transmission Modulator?

The shift down linkage on the carburetor below the gas pedal cable might need to be adjusted to increase the hydraulic pressure on the internal clutch plates in the transmission it shows you how to do that in a car manual.

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