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Old 06-11-2001, 09:54 AM
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Any ideas, My C230 seems like out of the blue on Sunday when I get to about 35-40mph it won't shift and the rpms start to get high, I was afraid to drive to push it anymore (sounds like it was hurting). I have 56k miles and have never had any problems. I am taking it to the shop today but just wondering if anyone had any ideas? My baby is sick.
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Sounds like the electronic trans has decided to stay in second gear, reading the codes from the transmission computer will give a better idea.
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