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Thread: Won't shift when cold out.
12-22-2009, 09:58 PM #1
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Won't shift when cold out.
Now that it's gotten colder outside, my 2000 Silverado has been shifting differently. Up until now, it always shifted at normal RPMs. Now, it shifts at a normal RPM from 1-2, but it will hold 2 and 3 up to a much higher than normal RPM before shifting.
In the morning, I start out on a 25mph road and it will stay in 2nd gear up to 30mph (2500-3000rpm I think) and never shift. Even when I let off of the gas when I get up to a red light, it will stay in 2nd and actually engine brake like a manual.
It only does this when it is below about 20 degrees out. When I leave work, it shifts normally as it usually warmer outside by then. And if I hit a warm morning it will be fine also. It's got a 5.3 with the AutoTrak 4wd if that matters. Anyone else experiencing this? Of do I have a problem?
12-23-2009, 11:40 AM #2
That's probably normal operation but to be on the safe side get your PCM scanned for trouble codesJim
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12-23-2009, 12:14 PM #3
yeah it will rev at higher rpm to keep the fluids warm and flowing smoothly. unless you get a engine light or anything like that i wouldnt worry. 20 degrees out is freaking cold. im in souther cali and originally from florida so i never encountered anything like that.1997 K1500 Silverado 4X4. Black Exterior, grey/black interior. 35X12.50X15 wheels and rubber, ProComp 6inch lift 6 shocks in the front 2 in the rear, 3 inch body lift, a few cosmetic mods. Nothing major. Custom leather interior, and stereo upgrade is the future mods.
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