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    Default 95 Tahoe, high idle, trans starts out in 3rd gear.

    I am in a quandry. My 95 Tahoe has been parked for about 90 days. Prior to that it ran and drove like a new truck. Now it starts right up, but idles in park at 1200-1300 rpm. in gear it is right at 1000 rpm. The idle is a bit on the rough side. It is silky smooth at cruise speed.
    I see the "check engine" light is on, but I can't get a code.
    The biggest problem is that when the gear selector is in "D" the trans starts out in 3rd gear. If I manually drop it all the way to low it starts out in 2nd. Prior to retiring the truck I did a trans service with synthetic fluids and an oil change along with a complete tuneup. I did drive the truck for a couple of days after the service and all worked great.
    Any ideas out there?

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    I would look in the area of the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) or the IAC (Idle Air Control)....

    But the TPS would be my first look I think.

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    Is a TPS signal relative to the transmission?

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