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1996 Silverado Q.

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Sorry for the non Nova question but this is the only place I can get a straight answer. Some times on startup the truck will lurch forward slightly. It has been doing this for a while but lately its been getting worse. Its like the starter is having trouble starting it in gear. 350/ 4l60e

Any ideas would be much appreciated:)
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If the transmission is bad, you can get a GM replacement with a 3yr 100k warranty. And it is built specific to your trucks application. Not a generic rebuild!

Also that is low miles for your problems. Lot of people (A LOT) have well over 200k registered on these trucks with original engine and trans.

A common problem on many General Motors transmissions is the Torque Converter Clutch fails to release and causes the car to stall when it comes to a stop. Most of the time it is a stuck Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) solenoid, this is the most common problem, not the converter, the TTC Solenoid itself, a part that is rarly changed in aftermarket rebuilds. General Motors has issued a few Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) relating to this problem. There is also a specific diagnostic procedure to determine the exact cause of the TCC problem. I have no idea what that procedure is. :rolleyes:

Good luck,

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