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Unread 09-24-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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94 GC laredo automatic transmisson will not shift in drive. Please help

My 94 GC laredo stays in a high gear when it is in drive. When i put it in first or second i only have one of those gears. When i shift from first to second there is no difference, and vice versa. When i shift from either first or second into drive, the tranny shifts, but only into that high gear. Could this be an electrical/senser/relay issue, or is the tranny shot. I've nothing but electrical problems since i bought two weeks ago from a private party.

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