Have they timed the shifts? In other words, how long in miliseconds does the shift actually take? To me, it sounds like a pressure issue or there is too much play in the clutch pack. As a result, the pressure hits the pack, bumps it to shift, there is a brief delay because of the clearance in the clutch pack, then enough pressure is built to actually shift.
It is hard to explaine. Let me know if they scanned it while they drove it to check how long the shifts were. If they didn't tell you, is it possible to ask them?
Also, when they switched transmissions, was it a totally new trans or did they take the guts from yours and install it into another case? Was the valve body and shift solenoids replaced?
Sorry about all the questions, but I need to know to determine what is happening.
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 AT 9:20 PM