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Recently my truck started slipping badly in 3rd gear. To the point where anything more than barely touchimg the throttle makes it seem like its in neutral. I just remembered for some reason whem i was changing the oil i hit my shoulder on the ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-25-2013, 06:45 AM
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Recently my truck started slipping badly in 3rd gear. To the point where anything more than barely touchimg the throttle makes it seem like its in neutral. I just remembered for some reason whem i was changing the oil i hit my shoulder on the tv cable by the tranny but didnt think anything of it. Would moving it back forward be a quick fix? Snow is on its way tonight and i gotta get the ol lady from work and would feel better with the truck than the capri

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Also want to say 1st and 2nd gear work fine

sootman's Sig:1991 w250 non intercooled 727 auto stock air box replaced with a spectre cone filter. 3" straight pipe dumped under bed.

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Old 01-25-2013, 12:49 PM
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Just make sure it's connected and has full travel, and you should be fine. If you knocked it off, reconnect it, as the trans will burn up without it.

JasonQuartermile's Sig:1989 Dodge D250. Chunchit and Knoodler valves. 487rwhp on fuel, 972rwhp on two guns. Still a VE!
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:46 AM
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I was looking underneath and i cant find a bracket for the tv cable. The cable is just hooked on both ends. I drove it yesterday and it would engage when i manually upshifted but if i pushed the pedal down too far it would act like it went into neutral and if i let off far enough it would re-engage
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