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2005 yukon denali flared shift from stop.


hzhardy

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I have a 2005 yukon denali that has started to flare at take off. it is very intermitent as it only happens about once a week. I have done a stall test resulting at 2k in all gears positions so I assume the clutches are good. My intention is to have it diagnosed at ammco, but I am currious as to what to expect. If it is something as simple as rebuilding the valve body and replaceing pistons and servos I will do it my self, but I am dreading a complete rebuild. tools are to expensive to rebuild it myself as I only have honda transmission tools and the tool prices put it at the cost of a reman unit.

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Probably cheaper that both scenarios if you just buy one from these guys,have it shipped, & install it yourself. Would be 10x stronger than anything Ammco would build .... and I'd trust the workmanship.

 

http://www.transmissioncenter.net/

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I am hoping to be able to just rebuild the valve body and do a flush and be good for about 6 mo till I buy another truck. atleast it is paid off, it sucks paying on a note for something broke.

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I hear you loud and clear.

 

Ball joints at 38k ..... struts at 50k ..... front diff bearings .....

 

I can thank GM for setting me straight on new vehicles - from now on, a "new" vehicle for me will be 40 or more years old, & built by me.

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Tell me about it, my 1939 ford starts right up no matter how long it has sat and gets better gas millage with a 350 hp 350 bowtie with a radical cam and 3 speed than my 2012 truck, go figure. Just have to stay out of the vacum secondaries. I truely believe a properly tuned carb meters fuel better than any fuel injection system out there.

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My line of thinking as well. Can't beat the throttle response ... and the ability to tune with a $3 flathead screwdriver instead of a $400 laptop. :cheers:

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