Tranmission slipping

Asked by Jul 11, 2016 at 12:48 AM about the 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ive got my solinoids changed out it started
wrking fine then it started slipping a lil..then
after two weeks it started slipping bad..then
to find out. The guy put 6 quartz of fluid
instead of five..so he kept messing with
it..training out a lil at a time. ..then he said
he drained to much out so he put more
it..seriously idk wats wrng with the truck..its
slipping bad .idk id the fluid level is right? Or
the pressure.? Or if the silinoid wrkd? I
boought some Lucas transmission fix..i was
going to take it to the shop to see it that
wrks..what do you think? Also could it be
slipping cause of my o2 sensor is bad idk??

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Sounds like it's time for a different tranny shop to look at it, if what you state is really happening this shop should not be working on tranny problems.

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