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I just leased a 2017 Silverado 4wd. I find that the truck on slow acceleration has a power loss, almost like it is about to stall right after it shifts to 2nd gear. Again to 3rd but not as much. Dealership says the same thing..."No codes and within spec". Anyone else having a similar problem? Is this that adaptive shifting thingy???? Will it get better? It sucks and feels like you're gonna stall out. You can accelerate harder but I would prefer to do slow starts. I have another car if I want to go fast.
My name is rich, I am an absolute newbie at troubleshooting like this. I have a 2007 GMC Sierra2000HD, it worked fine until yesterday night, someone pulled down hard enough on the shifting lever that the indicator will show as if it was in the R position.
The vehicle, will not start now, the key will not release the steering wheel or shifting lever.
The key was Not in the ignition when the damage occured.
It is my work truck and i have to have it fixed by tomorrow morning or the world stops spinning,
Please help me at least get started.
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