Hey guys, just recently I noticed when I turn corners it seems like the truck goes into neutral. Then it kicks into gear. I don't know what would cause this if its the tranny or anything electrical. hopefully someone has had this issue and can let me know. thanks guys also its a 99 if that helps!!!
this is a shot in the dark but I had a 98 long bed ex. cab and when I was wheeling the frame would flex enough it would kick it in neutral really got me in some bad situations but never kicked back into gear. I dunno how hard you are hitting these corners lol just a thought.
I've only noticed it going left and what would the axles have to do with it? And I will have to check the fluid haven't checked it in a while. But I appreciate all the answers at this point because I really want this fixed, and no wheeling for me lol did that in old truck this is my baby hahaha
I had similar issues arise right before I did my manual swap. Mine mainly did it turning right, would kick outta gear but I had to cycle d, r, 1, 2, d, etc to get it back in. Added a quart or two of fluid and it stopped. I knew my cooler lines were leaking though so I figured that's what it was. Hopefully that's all it is for you. Have you noticed any obvious signs of an at leak anywhere?
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