Transmission issues, electrical

Asked by Jul 16, 2016 at 10:38 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Truck downshifts while going uphill but
feels like it gets caught between gears
( basically In neutral). Turn off key/turn on
and runs just fine afterward.. Think it's
electrical cause my odometer doesn't
highlight what gear I'm in while this is

2 Answers


Transmission cylinoid,or low fluid.


Or ignition switch going out if you do not see a light on your gear indicator. Your computer will send your Trans into limp mode if It detects something isn't right.

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