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'94 auto tranny slippage

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1994 Explorer XLT 2 WD
hey.
I stopped at a red light the other day, on a bit of an incline, and the truck rolled backward :eek: till I hit the brake. She carried on as normal the rest of my trip.
At times, during accelerating on the hiway, I see the rpm's climb to 2600 at about 55mph before shifting into gear. Some times I back off and tap the gas pedal to get it to shift into gear.
At times, like today, cornering caused the truck to slip while at about 25mph.
I am taking her into the tranny shop that recently did some work for me. I asked if the engine & trans were orig. Couldn't tell, but mechanic did see yellow #s on the tranny pan. I'll be turning over 200K this month :cool: but can't yet replace the trans. Does it sound like low/whatever servo? that I saw described in some other threads?
Thanks ya'll...
nancy
 






Glacier991

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Sounds more like a Torque COnvertor clutch issue to me, part of it anyway...
 






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thanks glacier, I'll look for that diagnosis in his phone call. He cleared all codes last week. Mostly emmissions codes. No TCC...
 






Nuggethead 420

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TC lockup solinoid and maybe a sticking govenor, hard to say from the desription, sometime a good cleaning of the valvebody can do alot. Maybe the TC may be ready or getting ready to die. Does it do anything diff when hot vs cold?
 






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