Sorry, it is a 93 sho and it is an automatic with shifting problems

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  1. danebish40

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    Would it be cheaper to get the tranny rebuilt or replace the solenoid? It has a 24 valve DOHC and it has SHO on the motor.
     
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    Description of problem may be more helpful in your situation.
     
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    Also, where in Texas are you. There are several "gurus" in various parts.
     
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    1993 tranny problems

    My car will drive up to 15-20 mph and then it starts slipping. I am out of things to try, I need help with this. Here is my number 936-933-5879, give me a call if you have any suggestions. I live outside of the conroe area.
     
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    I'm checking with a friend for ideas. I don't know anything about automatics. On that note, just change it out to a 5-spd and then if it slips, you know to replace the clutch!
     
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    Ok, here is more info:

    http://www.shoforum.com/showthread.php?t=115375

    Dane, instead of starting a new thread each time you post, use the reply so that everything stays on topic and people can read through the entire thread to know everything that is going on. I was confused until I looked up all of the posts under your name and was able to find the beginning of the conversation in one thread where someone asked a question and then you answered them by starting this thread.
     

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