When driving, at around 40mph the engine will jump from 2k rpms to 2.5k rpms, and then shift. It only does it sometimes. Is this normal for the tranny? Brand new fluid, and has a new transmission cooler as well.
Could it be something other than slip? It doesn't feel like a slip at all which is why I ask. Heres a good explanation. Have you ever shifted into overdrive manually at 40mph, and the rpms raise and then it smoothly shifts into gear? thats exactly what it does, but I'm not doing it manually.
Sort of, if I hit the gas in the middle of the rpms going up it decides not to shift. I have plenty of power through the whole process. I guess the best way to describe it is that it heaves almost. Its like at 2k rpms it wants to change, and then it goes up to 2.2-2.5k and changes as smoothly as can be. Could this be a vacuum leak, or a sensor beginning to go bad? Is it possible that the rebuilt was sloppy? I know that after my mother's sonata's tranny was rebuilt every time it would switch gear it would raise rpms and then fall into gear
i have that happen on my 07 since ive had it. it happens between the 1-2 or 2-3 shift but only on one of them.
i had 4l60e rebuilt and the guy used a weak shift kit. the shift was soft. i had him replace it with a vette shift kit and it fixed the issue.