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Old 09-09-2012, 06:59 AM   #1
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Angry Shifting Issues


I own a 02 ZX5. For some reason I cannot figure out what the issue is, my check engine lights comes on (haven't gotten the code yet) yet I just replaced one shift solenoid and yet when my car gets into 3rd gears it doesn't shift and when it foes the RPMs rev high and I lose everything briefly before it shifts hard and it works again, will i have to replace all of the solenoids to fix the issue?

Any help I can get will be appreciated :-)

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