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    Default Trans acting up

    Last night I did a few reverse donuts in the snow and got stuck in reverse, today it got stuck in 5th and wouldn't go into second, but then acted completely normal. I have a stainless shift bushing and took it apart to lube it last week so maybe that's the issue?? Idk I'm hoping it's not a rebuild
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    What year? Manual or auto?

    Sounds like a bad clutch. Start with the hydraulics. If all checks out, pull the trans and check the clutch out. If it's an auto then you did it wrong from day 1.

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    Were you trying to mimic rwd doughnuts? lol
    Check the linkage, but this might be an internal problem at this point.
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    It only did it those days when it was cold, so probably linkage issue, it hasn't done it since, and yes i pulled some mean donuts before i soiled myself with the thought of driving home in reverse

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