Ok so we have a hard shift and when you put it in reverse it goes into it with a second or two?If the nut was loose enough to cause a shifting issue then you would have a delay in reverse.I have never seen a bad valve body cause the input shaft nut to loosen up.I have also never seen a loose input shaft nut cause a hard shift into all the gear's. When the nut loosens up you loose pressure and fluid bypasses seal's.A hard shift in every gear would most likely be caused by too high of pressure not too low. If the pressure was too low the transmission would slip when in the different gears and have a delay into reverse. Reverse requires full line pressure to engage correctly. In your hood fuse box there is a fuse labeled
TRS LP see if that fuse is blown. Also do you have any code's that would really help if you had any and I knew what they were. Do you know how to check for code's?Also that valve body they put on could have been bad right out the box I have seen that happen. Without checking the pressure's you would never know. Let me know what you find.
Tuesday, February 8th, 2011 AT 7:24 PM