sorry my bad on question on 1996 chevy iroc z trani its a 1986 chevy iroc z w/5.7 auto trani not 1996

Asked by Nov 06, 2014 at 04:37 PM about the Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Read your last post,first check fluid,if good,check linkage to tranny,if good,you tranny ,is gone bad.

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I agree with T-S-T. First you fluid should be full. The linkage may at the age be lose or even lost a few parts. If it is all good, an internal pump may have gone out or any number of auto transmission parts need replacement, or the bands are shot. Check out a replacement rebuild, new one or try Tremac transmissions for a good reliable one that will drop right in. You can even change gearing to get better mileage or faster starts or both.

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